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Alif Alaudin
07-06-2019, 01:22 PM
Assalamualaikum

I just want to know how to get out from Sin Jariyah ?

For example someone who has invited, pioneered, or someone else imitates without his knowledge or makes something that makes people around do something bad. of course this person gets a sin from the person who follows it or imitates it. this person has repented and wants the people who have followed him to stop doing the bad deeds he used to do. With the reason that he did not know who had been invited or followed his previous actions, or that he was not able to change the situation he had previously acted on, the sin he used to be broken?
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Saira Khan
07-06-2019, 02:20 PM
وعلیکم السلام و رحمتہ اللہ وبرکاتہ

This is a very good and very important question. The following hadith well explains this.

“The first son of Adam takes a share of the guilt of every one who murders another wrongfully, because he was the initiator of committing murder.” [Bukhari & Muslim]

One cannot reverse what is done but to seek forgiveness from Allah SWT is always there. Allah is Rahman, He is the most merciful. Besides seeking forgiveness, one should strive for "Sadqa Jariyah" and many many good deeds as well.

Allah knows best.
Stay blessed.
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Umm Malik
07-06-2019, 08:29 PM
if i feel like i may be a reason of a person to do sins and this one may also be a reason of sin of another one
the first and important thing is to make repentance and saying istighfar a lot of times
and try also to help that person to know allah as you make him far from him one day
in another word .... doing good deed besides each bad deeds to get ride of it and it affection
if you do so you will see how allah can change your condition and the affect of your previous sins
hope that helped you
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IslamLife00
07-06-2019, 08:47 PM
Originally Posted by Alif Alaudin
Assalamualaikum

I just want to know how to get out from Sin Jariyah ?

For example someone who has invited, pioneered, or someone else imitates without his knowledge or makes something that makes people around do something bad. of course this person gets a sin from the person who follows it or imitates it. this person has repented and wants the people who have followed him to stop doing the bad deeds he used to do. With the reason that he did not know who had been invited or followed his previous actions, or that he was not able to change the situation he had previously acted on, the sin he used to be broken?
If the person has repented, never return to that sin, InshaAllah the repentance will be accepted and Allah will not bring it up on Judgement Day.

But those who follow this bad example, they may bring it up on Judgement Day as the hadith says :

Narrated Abu Huraira: Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said, "Whoever has oppressed/wronged another person concerning his reputation or anything else, he should beg him to forgive him before the Day of Resurrection when there will be no money (to compensate for wrong deeds), but if he has good deeds, those good deeds will be taken from him according to his oppression which he has done, and if he has no good deeds, the sins of the oppressed person will be loaded on him." (Sahih al Bukhari)

Will the person's good deeds be taken accordingly, or other people's sins (committed because they followed the bad example) loaded unto the person?

Allah Most Knowing, Most Just.

Why did people follow bad example in the first place? Reminds me of this ayat in surah Al-A'raf :

[Allah] will say, "Enter among nations which had passed on before you of jinn and mankind into the Fire." Every time a nation enters, it will curse its sister until, when they have all overtaken one another therein, the last of them will say about the first of them "Our Lord, these had misled us, so give them a double punishment of the Fire. He will say, "For each is double, but you do not know."

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Saira Khan
07-06-2019, 08:47 PM
Originally Posted by Umm Malik
and try also to help that person to know allah as you make him far from him one day
in another word .... doing good deed besides each bad deeds to get ride of it and it affection
if you do so you will see how allah can change your condition and the affect of your previous sins
hope that helped you
You are right sister.
Stay blessed.
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Alif Alaudin
07-07-2019, 01:11 AM
Originally Posted by Saira Khan
وعلیکم السلام و رحمتہ اللہ وبرکاتہ

This is a very good and very important question. The following hadith well explains this.

“The first son of Adam takes a share of the guilt of every one who murders another wrongfully, because he was the initiator of committing murder.” [Bukhari & Muslim]

One cannot reverse what is done but to seek forgiveness from Allah SWT is always there. Allah is Rahman, He is the most merciful. Besides seeking forgiveness, one should strive for "Sadqa Jariyah" and many many good deeds as well.

Allah knows best.
Stay blessed.
So Sadqa Jariyah could erased, suppressed, or crushed sin Jariyah ?
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MazharShafiq
07-07-2019, 04:22 PM
the first man to ever kill (one of the sons of Adam) has a share in every murder that has taken place since then and will continue to have it. So is it similar to that and you get your of sin for what you taught others to do.
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IslamLife00
07-07-2019, 06:19 PM
Generally yes, good deeds remove evil deeds, as Allah has said in surah Hud.

But if the evil deeds affect other people, e.g. you have set bad example and some people saw it, and committed sin by following it - then there will be judgement between you and them

There are 2 different judgements on Judgement Day : between each person with Allah and between people (this is when they may take a portion of your good deeds, or load a portion of their sins unto you)

If you have set a bad example, and now you know it's wrong, then first repent and resolve not to do it again and do a lot of good deeds (because the first judgement is with Allah)
then do whatever you can to repair the damage you have done (this way you may prevent more people from following this bad example) e.g. admit the example you have set is wrong and promote what is right
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Ahmed.
07-07-2019, 08:06 PM
walaikum assalam rahmatullah

If you have directly influenced anyone to sin then you need to give that person dawah not to sin anymore

If you have done things that influences sin and that can be undone, such as uploading a sinful YouTube video that can be deleted, then you need to undo it

And apart from those, just generally aim to give dawah to as many people you can reach and a tawbah should free you of all sin jariya
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Alif Alaudin
07-17-2019, 03:06 PM
Thanks

But what happens if the people still following his\her bad example even he/she try to warn them to stay away from what he/she did before.

He/she already repentanced from their sin Jariyah, made a good deeds to destroy the bad deeds which they acted before and they try to warn them to stay away from what they did before, but unknown by them, some people still following their bad example. Are they still got sin Jariyah or not ?
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Ahmed.
07-17-2019, 03:09 PM
Originally Posted by Alif Alaudin
Thanks

But what happens if the people still following his\her bad example even he/she try to warn them to stay away from what he/she did before.

He/she already repentanced from their sin Jariyah, made a good deeds to destroy the bad deeds which they acted before and they try to warn them to stay away from what they did before, but unknown by them, some people still following their bad example. Are they still got sin Jariyah or not ?
As long as you tell them not to do that sin anymore then if they continue you wont be to blame anymore as they are adults with free will and they will be responsible if they continue
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