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Brotherhood (family/friends)

Related on the authority of Abu Hurairah (R.A),

The Prophet (Salallahu alayhi wa Salam) said:

A Muslim is the brother of a Muslim. He does not wrong him nor does he forsake him when he is in need. Whoever is fufilling the needs of his brother, Allah is fulfilling his needs. Whoever removes distress from a believer, Allah removes from him a distress from a distressful aspect on the Day of Resurrection.

Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim

The Prophet Muhammad (s) said, “None of you truly believes until he wishes for his brother what he wishes for himself.” - Bukhari and Muslim
The Prophet said, 'The dua of a Muslim for his brother (or sister in Islaam) in his absence is readily accepted, an angel is appointed to his (or her) side, whenever he makes a beneficial dua for his brother the appointed angel says: "Aameen and may you also be blessed with the same"'. {Muslim}
Whoever advises his brother concerning a matter, knowing that correct guidance lies in something else, has betrayed him. (Abu Dawud)


Excellent thread Amma, Jazaki Allah khairan, for currently in Egypt people are soo split over opinions and discussions, refusing even to listen to one another or take advices.


Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wasallam) said: “Oh Ali, if two people come to ask you to judge between them, do not judge in favour of the first until you hear the word of the second in order that you may know how to judge.” [Ahmad, Abu Daud]

Humans are hasty by nature. We are quick to judge. A situation aggravates us and we rush to condemn without bothering to determine all the facts first. In our haste usually only one point of view is considered. This could happen in our households when children get into a fight. This also often happens when we hear things about people. We don’t stay out of things that do not concern us; then we do not bother to hear the other side of the story either. Thirdly, we also get easily influenced with one sided information broadcast at us through the media.

In short, we do exactly what Allah (subhana wa ta’ala) has forbidden, which is to make haste in passing judgment. Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) used to make dua begging Allah, “Enable me to see reality as it really is.”


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