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It may happen that we swear to something and then discover that we were hasty, and that we should not have constricted ourselves by an oath. Or it may be that we find that breaching our oath is the better option. What is to be done in such a situation? The Prophet (Pbuh) gives us […]

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The Prophet (Pbuh) is quoted by his cousin, Abdullah Ibn Abbas (RA), as saying: “ Do not be too argumentative with your brother, and do not promise him something without fulfilling your promises.” (Related by Al-Bukhari in Al-Adab Al Mufrad and Al-Tirmithi) When Prophet Muhammad sought to emphasise the importance of a particular value, he […]

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Anas says: “I entered the Prophet’s (Pbuh) room when he was reclining on a couch whose material was weaved with a string. Under his head was a pillow made of hide. Umar came in and tears sprang to his eyes. The Prophet asked him what he was crying for. Umar said: “What I am crying for […]

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A man once requested from the Prophet the use of a camel. The Prophet replied, “I can loan you a camel’s baby.” “What use to me is a camel’s baby?” queried the man. Laughing, the Prophet quipped, “Isn’t every camel the baby of another?” (Recorded in Abu Dawud) “Fear Allah wherever you are; if you […]

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In the name of God, the Beneficent, the Merciful The Prophet’s wife, Aisha, says of him: “God’s messenger was never offered a choice between two alternatives over matters of this world without choosing the easier one, unless the easier choice be sinful. In that case, he kept furthest away from it. God’s messenger never sought revenge […]

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Abu Qatadah reported that the Messenger (Pbuh) said: “Fasting the Day of ‘Arafah expiates the sins of two years: past one and coming one.] Hazrath Aisha reported that the Messenger (Pbuh) said: “There is no day on which Allah frees people from the fire as He does on the Day of Arafah”. [Muslim, an-Nasaa’ee, Ibn Maajah]

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On the ninth day of the Prophet’s (Pbuh) Hajj, the pilgrims proceeded to the Plain of Arafat to stand on the Mount of Mercy. There they stood and prayed to Allah for His mercy. Hajj is one of the five tenets of Islam and every Muslim having the means, and healthy enough to travel, must […]

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It is reported by Abu Saeed Al-Khudri: “The Prophet came and sat on the pulpit. He said: ‘A certain servant of God was given a choice that he would get whatever he wished of the luxuries and comforts of this world or he would take what was with God”. The Prophet attained his status of […]

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