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    The value of Parents according the Beautiful Quran and Sunnah:

    Chapter 31 Ayah 14,

    "And We have enjoined on man (to be good) to his parents: in travail upon travail did his mother bear him, and in years twain was his weaning: (hear the command), "Show gratitude to Me and to thy parents: to Me is (thy final) Goal."

    Chapter 17 Ayah 23,

    "Thy Lord hath decreed that ye worship none but Him, and that ye be kind to parents. Whether one or both of them attain old age in thy life, say not to them a word of contempt, nor repel them, but address them in terms of honour."

    Chapter 29 Ayah 8,

    "We have enjoined on man kindness to parents: but if they (either of them) strive (to force) thee to join with Me (in worship) anything of which thou hast no knowledge, obey them not. Ye have (all) to return to me, and I will tell you (the truth) of all that ye did."

    Chapter 46 Ayah 17,

    "But (there is one) who says to his parents, "Fie on you! Do ye hold out the promise to me that I shall be raised up, even though generations have passed before me (without rising again)?" And they two seek Allah's aid, (and rebuke the son): "Woe to thee! Have faith! for the promise of Allah is true." But he says, "This is nothing but tales of the ancients!"

    Chapter 6 Ayah 151,

    "Say: "Come, I will rehearse what Allah hath (really) prohibited you from": Join not anything as equal with Him; be good to your parents; kill not your children on a plea of want;- We provide sustenance for you and for them;- come not nigh to shameful deeds. Whether open or secret; take not life, which Allah hath made sacred, except by way of justice and law: thus doth He command you, that ye may learn wisdom."

    "Article Regarding Good Conduct towards ones Parents by Imaam Bukhari"

    Extracts from 'Saheeh al-Adab al-Mufrad' of Imaam Bukhaaree, checked by al-Albaanee.

    Chapter 1: The saying of Allaah the Exalted, "and we have enjoined upon man to be good to his parents"
    1/1 From Abu Umru ash-Shaibaanee who said, "The owner of this house narrated to us," and he indicated with his hand to the house of Abdullaah, that, "I asked the Prophet (SAW), 'which action is the most beloved to Allaah?' He said, 'Prayer at it's correct time'. I said, 'then which action? 'He said, 'birr (good treatment, kindness) to the parents.' I said, 'then which?' He said 'Jihaad in the way of Allaah'
    Abdullaah said, "He told me these, and if I had asked further, he would have told me." Saheeh - Irwaa (1197)
    2/2 From Abdullaah bin Umar who said, "The Lord is pleased when the parents are pleased, and is Angry when the parents are angry." Hasan as mawqoof, saheeh as marfoo' as-Saheehah 515

    Chapter 2: Birr to the Mother
    3/3 From Bahz bin Hakeem from his father from his grandfather who said, "I said, 'O Messenger of Allaah who is most deserving of my birr?' He said, 'your mother.' I said, 'who is most deserving of my birr?' He said, 'your mother.' I said, 'who is most deserving of my birr?' He said, 'your mother.' I said, 'who is most deserving of my birr?' He said, 'your father, then your closest relation, then your closest relation.'" Hasan - Irwaa (2232,829)
    4/4 From Ibn Abbas, "That a man came to him and said, 'I proposed to a woman and I yearned that she marry me. Then someone else proposed to her and she desired to marry him. Then I seduced her, then killed her, so is there repentance for me?' He said, 'Is your mother alive?' He replied, 'No.' So Ibn Abbas said, 'Repent to Allaah Azza wa Jall and seek to get close to Him as much as you can." (Ataa bin Yaaser) said, "so I went to Ibn Abbaas and asked him, 'Why did you ask if his Mother was alive?' He said, 'indeed I do not know an action which can get one closer to Allaah then birr to the mother'" Saheeh - as-Saheehah (2799)

    Chapter 3: Birr to the father
    5/5 From Abu Hurayra who said, "It was said, 'O Messenger of Allaah (SAW), who is most deserving of my birr?' He replied, 'your mother'. He said, 'then who?' He replied, 'your mother.' He said, 'then who?' He said, 'your mother.' He said, 'then who?' He replied, 'your father'" Saheeh, al-Irwaa (837), ad-Da'eefah (under no 4992)

    Chapter 4: Gentle words to the parents
    6/8 from Taysala bin Mayyaas who said, "I was with the Najadaat (a group of the Hururiyyah) and I committed a sin which I regarded to be Major, so I mentioned this to Ibn Umar. He said, 'what sin is it?' I said, 'this and this.' He said, 'this is not from the Major sins, the major sins are nine: "Associating partners with Allaah, killing a soul, fleeing from the advancing army, to accuse a chaste woman, Eating Ribaa, Eating the property of an orphan, to apostasize in the mosque, the one who ridicules/derides others, and making the parents cry due to disobedience to them."
    Ibn Umar said to me, 'Do you fear the fire and wish to enter the Paradise?' I said, 'of course, by Allaah!' He said, 'are your parents alive?' I said, 'I have a mother.' He said, 'then by Allaah! If you were to speak gently to her and feed her, you would certainly enter paradise, as long as you stay away from the Major sins.'" Saheeh, as-Saheehah (2898)
    7/9 From Urwa who said about the verse, "And lower for them the wings of humility out of mercy" - 'Do not prevent them from anything that they love.' Saheeh Isnaad

    Chapter 5: Repaying the Parents
    8/10 From Abu Hurayra from the Prophet (SAW) that he said, "The son can never repay his parent. Except that he finds him a slave, then buys him and sets him free." Saheeh, Irwaa (1747)
    9/11 From Abu Buraidah that he was with Ibn Umar and a Yemeni man was making tawaaf of the House carrying his mother on his back saying, "I am her humble camel where her camel would have gotten frightened I will not"
    Then he said, 'O Ibn Umar! Do you think that I have repaid her?' He said, 'no, not even a for a single moan that escaped her during child birth.'
    Then Ibn Umar made tawaaf of the house, then came to the Station (of Abraham) and prayed two rak'ahs. Then he said, 'O ibn Abu Musa! Indeed every two rak'ahs expiate what came before them.' Saheeh Isnaad
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    10/13 From Abdullaah bin Umar who said, " A man came to the Prophet (SAW) to give him the bay'ah for hijrah, and he left his parents crying. So the Prophet said, 'return to your parents and make them laugh as you have made them cry'" Saheeh, at-Ta'leeq ar-Ragheeb (3/213)
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    Chapter 6: Disobedience to parents
    12/15 From Abu Bakra who said, "The Messenger of Allaah (SAW) said, 'shall I not inform you of the greatest of the major sins?' [three times] They said, 'of course O Messenger of Allaah!' He said, 'Associating partners with Allaah, Disobedience to the parents - then he sat, reclining - and the false statement.' He kept repeating them until I said, 'if only he would stop'" Saheeh, Ghaayatul Maraam (277)

    Chapter 7: Allaah curses the one who curses his parents.
    13/17 From Abu at-Tufail who said, "Ali was asked, 'did the Prophet (SAW) favour you with something that he did not favour for the rest of the people?' He said, 'the Prophet (SAW) did not favour anything for us that he did not favour for the people, except for what is in the hilt of my sword.' Then he removed a piece of paper and written on it was, 'Allaah curses the one who slaughters for the sake of other than Allaah. Allaah curses the one who steals the boundary posts of the land (in order to make his plot of land bigger). Allaah curses the one who curses his parents. Allaah curses the one who aids the one who does Bid'ah (Innovator).'" Saheeh, al-Mishkaat (4070)

    Chapter 8: Birr is for the parents in those matters that do not involve disobedience (to Allaah)
    14/18 From Abu ad-Dardaa who said, "The Messenger (SAW) enjoined me with 9 things: Do not associate anything with Allaah, even if you are cut into pieces or burned. And never leave the obligatory prayers deliberately, and the one that leaves them deliberately becomes absolved of protection. And do not drink alcohol for it is the door to all evil. And obey your parents, and if they command you to leave your worldly possessions then do so for them. And do not dispute/contend with the leader of the Muslims, even if you think you are right, and do not flee from the advancing army, even if you are destroyed and your companions flee. And spend of your property on your family. And never raise your stick against your family. And fill them with the fear of Allaah." Saheeh, Irwaa (2026)
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    15/20 From Abdullaah bin Umar who said, "A man came to the Prophet (SAW) intending to go on jihaad. So he said, 'are your parents alive?' He said, 'yes.' So he said, 'your jihaad is with them.'" Saheeh, Irwaa (1199)
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    Chapter 9: The one whose parents attain old age and he does not enter paradise
    16/21 From Abu Hurayra, from the Prophet (SAW) that he said, "May he be disgraced and humiliated, may he be disgraced and humiliated, may he be disgraced and humiliated." They said, "who O Messenger of Allaah?" He said, "the one whose parents attain old age, or one of them, and he enters Hellfire (by not serving them)." Saheeh, at-Ta'leeq ar-Ragheeb (3/215)

    Chapter 10: Not seeking forgiveness for ones father who is mushrik
    17/23 From Ibn Abbaas, about the saying of Allaah, 'and if one of them, or both of them attain old age during your life, then do not say to them "Uff"' until His saying, 'as they brought me up when I was young' - "this was abrogated (or the meaning was restricted) by the aayah in Surah al-Baraa', 'it is not for the Prophet and the believers that they seek forgiveness for the mushriks, even if they be of the close relations, after it has been made clear to them that they are the Companions of Hell.'" Hasan Isnaad.

    Chapter 11: Birr to the parent who is a mushrik
    18/24 From Sa'd bin Abee Waqqaas who said, "four verses were revealed with regards to me in the Book of Allaah:
    My mother swore that she would not eat and drink until I disassociated myself from Muhammad (SAW), So Allaah revealed. 'and if they endeavour to make you commit shirk with me, of which you have no knowledge, then do not obey them and accompany them in this world in a good way.' I took a sword which I liked, so I said, 'O Messenger of Allaah give me this' so the verse was revealed, 'they ask you about the spoils of War', I became sick so the Messenger of Allaah (SAW) visited me. So I said, 'O Messenger of Allaah! I intend to divide my property, shall I give a half away (in charity)?' He said, 'no.' So I said, 'a third?' and he remained silent. And afterwards a third was made permissible, I drank alcohol with a group of the Ansaar, and then a man amongst them struck me on my nose at a place called Lahya Jamal. So I went to the Prophet (SAW) and Allaah revealed the verse with regards to the prohibition of alcohol." Saheeh, al-Mishkaat (3072)

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    Jazaak ALLAH khayr....


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    Mother! My Best Friend - by Muhammad Alshareef

    Regarding Good Conduct towards ones Parents - by Imam Bukhari
    Extracts from 'Saheeh al-Adab al-Mufrad' of Imaam Bukhaaree, checked by Shaik Nasiruddin Albanee
    A Comprehensive set of Chapters compiled by the Great Muhaddith Imaam Bukhari, upon the most beautiful manners and actions incumbent upon every Muslim towards his Parents

    And We have enjoined on man to be good and dutiful to his parents
    References: Audio lectures by Allama Ehsan Ilahi Zaheer (rahimahullah), Informative answers given by Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid, Riyaadh as-Saliheen by Imam An-Nawawi, Tafseer Ibn Katheer, Kindness to Parents by Abdul Malik al-Qasim and others.

    Honouring the parents from the Quran and Sunnah - Shaikh Nazzam Sakkeejaa - Univ of Essex [Book]
    Translated by Farhat Abbas Abu Abdullaah al-Mirpuree

    [Audio] Obedience to Parents - 90 min - by Yahya Adel Ibrahim

    [Link][Book][Purchase] Kindness to Parents -By Abdul-Malik Al-Qasim - Dar-us-Salam Publications
    Kindness to Parents is a very enlightening booklet by Abdul Malik Al-Qasim. He has collected several stories and narrations that demonstrate the Birr (being dutiful) and kindness to our righteous Salaf towards their parents' needs and necessities, in obedience to Allah's worship in sincerity. He refers from the Noble Qur'an that a man is never allowed to say 'Uff" (fie) if he smells a bad order coming from his parents or one of them.The author has exposed shortcomings and errors of many among us who don not preserve the rights of their parents.
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    Re: The value of Parents according the Beautiful Quran and Sunnah

    Quote Originally Posted by aby5y View Post
    The value of Parents according the Beautiful Quran and Sunnah:

    Chapter 31 Ayah 14,

    "And We have enjoined on man (to be good) to his parents: in travail upon travail did his mother bear him, and in years twain was his weaning: (hear the command), "Show gratitude to Me and to thy parents: to Me is (thy final) Goal."
    In this verse, the Quran reminds us specifically of the sacrifices of the MOTHER to her children and not the father.

    Funny since Islam is supposedly misogynous, right?


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