Filed under Akhlaaq [manners Etiquettes]

Islam and Good Character

Shaykh Muhammad Bin ‘Uthmaan al-Anjaree stated: Islam has come to complete and perfect good character, but unfortunately many of us have yet to acknowledge this (behavioral) completeness that Allah has blessed the Muslims with. Due to this I wanted to (share) some of the legislative treasures and topics related to good character. Verily Jaabir (radi … Continue reading

If a person forbids someone from an evil, the one who is being forbidden from doing this evil says, “You do not know what is in my heart,” or they say “Who are you that you judge me?” So what do you say in regards to this?

Author: Shaykh Ahmad ibn ‘Umar Baazmool (hafidhahullaah Ta’aala) Questions posed by: Anwar Wright & Abu Yusuf Khaleefah Translated by: Anwar Wright Q&A With Shaykh Ahmad Bazmool All praises are for Allaah and may prayers and salutations be upon the Messenger of Allaah, his family and companions….As to proceed: These are questions that were directed to the Noble Shaykh … Continue reading

Is it Okay to say “Good Luck”?

  Explanation of Kitaab at-Tawheed Abul-‘Abbas Moosaa Richardson Class 33 Question: Is it okay to say good luck? Answer:   “I would advise you not to say “good luck” and the idea of luck is not really considered to be al-fa’al but rather luck is what people believe in when they don’t believe in blessings … Continue reading

The difference between envy and jealousy

  Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim A question that was asked to Ash Shaykh Saalih al Fouzaan may Allah preserve him: Question: May Allah be good to you, what is the ruling on envy if it arises from a person? And what is the difference between it and jealousy? Answer: Envy is a despicable characteristic, a blameworthy … Continue reading

Entering Upon Our Mothers, Sisters and Wives

  Author: Al Haafidh Ibn Katheer  Topic: Manners  Reference: Tafseer ibn Katheer – more about reference here… The saying of Allaah: O you who believe! Enter not houses other than your own, until you have asked permission and greeted those within them; that is better for you, in order that you may remember.  [An Noor: … Continue reading

Saying ”Sabaah Al Khayr” (Good Morning)

In his book Mu’jam Al Minaahi Al-Lafdhiyyah (Glossary of Forbidden Words), Sheikh Bakr Abu Zaid wrote in reply to one of the magazines where a person said: “Most of the people when they meet each other, they greet by saying, “Sabah al-khair….” Or, “Masaa al-khair.” And the reply to this greeting is by saying, “Sabah … Continue reading