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  • Bashfulness of the Prophets and Pious Predecessors

    In Jaami‘ Al-‘Uloom wal-Hikam, Ibn Rajab  may  Allaah  have  mercy  upon  him said, "Know that there are two types of bashfulness: that which is innate and not acquired. It is one of the most sublime morals that Allah The Almighty grants to the slave. Therefore, it was narrated that the Messenger of Allah  sallallaahu  `alayhi  wa  sallam ( may  Allaah exalt his mention ) .. More

  • Kindness to Neighbors

    “Choose your neighbor before choosing your residence,” is a widespread Arabic proverb that means that it is according to the value and merit of the neighbor that the price of the residence should be estimated. A good neighbor is a source of happiness. The Virtue of Being Kind to one’s Neighbor in Islam Islam considers the rights.. More

  • Etiquettes related to debt and loaning – I

    Many social problems result from loans because many people overlook the etiquettes which Islam legislated for the debtor and the creditor, and should the debtors and the creditors adhere to such etiquettes, then many problems would be solved. Some of these etiquettes regarding the creditor are to delay the debtor who is unable to pay on due.. More

  • Etiquettes related to debt and loaning – II

    Repaying in the best manner: The debtor should repay in the best manner. Abu Hurayrah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: “A harsh Bedouin came to the Messenger of Allah, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, asking him to repay a young camel he, sallallaahu alayhi wa sallam, had borrowed from this Bedouin. The Bedouin used harsh words when.. More

  • Etiquettes of dialogue and speech -III

    · Not revealing the secrets of the gathering: If the person to whom one is speaking to clearly requests him not to reveal what took place in the gathering, or even hints at this, then it is binding upon him to honor the request, unless doing so entails harm being afflicted upon other Muslims, in which case one must inform the concerned.. More

  • Etiquettes of dialogue and speech -II

    · Having sincerity: Some people speak in order to display their knowledge of a certain topic, or show their eloquence. Others hate anyone except themselves speaking in a gathering. Such insincerity does not of course include teaching those who have only a rudimentary understanding of Islam, or to enjoin good and forbid evil. · Using comprehensible.. More