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      Breaking Ties And Relations, What Islam Says....


      Bismillah Ir Rahman Nir Rahman Nir Raheem

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      we all know that we can get in2 beef wit sum peeps in our family & even our friends, and then we stp talkin 2 dem, but we shoudnt dooo dat!!! we sud jus 4give n 4get, like ders a famous sayin by Hadhrat Uthman (ra) "forgive others so Allah (swt) can forgive you"

      neway heres what the Quran and Hadiths say bout breakin ties

      In Surah Al Hujuraat v10 it says....

      "The believers are nothing else than brothers (in Islamic religion). So make reconciliation between your brothers.''

      see its best, just making up again, because the more hatred ya hav, d more disunited d ummah will be!

      in Surah Al Maidah v2 it says

      "But do not help one another in sin and transgression.''

      like we back others in tying of relations, we shouldnt do that, jus encourage ppl 2 make up & live happily eva afer

      some Hadiths ....

      Anas bin Malik (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "Do not desert (stop talking to) one another, do not nurse hatred towards one another, do not be jealous of one another, and become as fellow brothers and slaves of Allah. It is not lawful for a Muslim to stop talking to his brother (Muslim) for more than three days.''
      [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

      Abu Ayyub Al-Ansari (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "It is not lawful for a Muslim to desert (stop talking to) his brother beyond three nights, the one turning one way and the other turning to the other way when they meet, the better of the two is one who is the first to greet the other.''
      [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

      Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "People's deeds are presented before Allah on Mondays and Thursdays, and then every slave (of Allah) is granted forgiveness (of minor sins) if he does not associate anything with Allah in worship. But the person in whose heart there is rancour against his brother, will not be pardoned. With regard to them, it is said twice: `Hold these two until they are reconciled'.''

      Jabir (May Allah be pleased with him) said: I heard the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) as saying, "The Satan has despaired of being worshipped by those who engage in prayer in the Arabian Peninsula but (has not lost hope) in creating dissension among them.''

      Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "It is not lawful for a Muslim to forsake his (Muslim) brother beyond three days; and whosoever does so for more than three days, and then dies, will certainly enter the Hell.''
      [Abu Dawud]

      Abu Khirash Hadrad bin Abu Hadrad Al-Aslami (May Allah be pleased with him) said: I heard the Prophet (PBUH) saying, "Whosoever forsakes his brother for a year is like one who sheds his blood.''
      [Abu Dawud]

      . Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "It is not permissible for a believer to forsake his (Muslim) brother for more than three days. If three days have passed, he should meet him and greet him; and if other responds to it they will both share the reward; but if he does not respond, he will bear his sin and the one who (has taken the initiative to) greet (the other) will be absolved of the sin of forsaking (one's brother in Faith).''
      [Abu Dawud]

      so so sooo, if any1 got any beef gwanin on wit any1 lets jus sort it out and all live happily eva afta ameen
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      Breaking Ties And Relations, What Islam Says....


      "they ask you when will the help of Allah (swt) come! Certainly Allah (Swt) help is always near"

      Surah al Baqarah v214


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      Re: Breaking Ties And Relations, What Islam Says....

      May I add on, holding a grudge or failing to return salaams to fellow muslims for more than 3 days is a sin.

      Anger is not even a question, it is a weakness that must be cured deep from within our hearts aswell.

      • Ibn al-Qayyim writes: “Anger is a disease. It is an illness. It is a sickness of the heart, no less that fever, melancholy, and epilepsy are sicknesses of the body. A person in the throes of anger is like a person in the throes of pneumonia, a fever or an epileptic fit.”

      • Sheikh `Abd al-Rahmân al-Si`dî said: “It is good to keep in mind that when other people abuse you – especially when it is just verbal abuse – they are only harming themselves by it. They do not cause you any harm unless you give them your time and attention. When you do so, you are harmed by their abusing you just as much as they harm themselves by doings so. If you pay them no heed, they can cause you not injury.”
      • It is just like an Arabian poet of old once said:
      • The fool addresses me with every ugliness
      • Yet I hate to answer his ire
      • He grows in foolery, and I in graciousness
      • Just like incense is wakened by fire.
      • Ibn `Abbâs relates that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “Teach the people and give them glad tidings. Do not make things difficult. And if you get angry, remain silent.” [Musnad Ahmad (3/249) Musnad al-Tayâlisî (2608) and al-Adab al-Mufrad (245)]
      • Ibn Rajab observes that silence: “is a powerful remedy against anger. This is because an angry person says things in his rage that he greatly regrets later on when his anger subsides. Some of the insults and statement made in anger can have harmful consequences. If the person keeps silent, he avoids all of that harm.”
      Please read more here insha'Allah

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