Apne Aur Apne Bacchon Ke Acche Naam Rakho


Nabi-e-Paak (Sallallahu Alaihi
Wasallam) Ne Irshaad Farmaaya..?
Allah Ta’ala Ne Mujhse Farmaya,
Mujhe Apni Izzat Wa Jalaal
Ki Kasam Jiska Naam Tumhare
Naam Par Hoga, Usey Dojakh
Ka Azaab Na Dunga.
(Ahkame Shariat Jild 1,Safa 81)
Nabi-e-Paak (Sallallahu Alaihi
Wasallam) Ne Irshaad Farmaaya..?
Jiske 3 Bete Paida Ho Aur Wo
Unme Se Kisi Ka Naam
Na Rakhe To Zaroor “Jahil” Hai..
(Tibrani sharif,Ahkame
shariat,Jild 1,Safa 83)
Nabi-e-Paak (Sallallahu Alaihi
Wasallam) Ne Irshaad Farmaaya..?
Tum Roz-e-Qayamat
Apne Namo Aur Apne Bapo Ke
Namo Se Pukaare Jaoge To
Apne Naam Acche Rakha Karo..!
(imam Ahmed,Abu Dawood
Jild 3,Bab 485,Hadees 1513,
Safa 550)

Deene Islam Mein Jismani Safayi


Urdu Translation: Sayyidna Anas bin Malik RadiyAllahu Anhu farmate hain: “Rasool Akram Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam ne hamare liye Munchen katne, Nakhun tarashne, Baglon ke baal ukhadne aur Zere Naaf balon ki safayi ka (zyadah se zyadah) waqt ye Mutaiyyan farmaya ke ham inhen 40 din se zyadah na Chhoden.”

[Urdu Ref :: Sahih Muslim :: Vol. 1 :: Hadith 599]

●◗► Har hafte Nakhun tarashna aur Jismani safayi hasil karna Masnoon hai, Albatta agar kisi Majburi se koi shaks har Hafte nakhun na tarash sake ya Jismani safayi Hasil na kar sake to Aakhri Muddat 40 din hai, 40 din ke baad bhi Nakhun na tarashana aur Jism ke gair zaroori baal saaf na karna Sakht Gunah aur Na jayez Aml hone ke sath sath bahot se Muhlak Amraz aur Bimariyon ka sabab bhi hai.

Rights of Parents in Islam – Hadith




Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) said:

A man asked the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H.), “What rights the parents had on their children.” The Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H.) answered, “Both are your Paradise and your Hell.”  (Ibn-e-Maja)


 Abdullah bin Umar  (R.A) relates that the Holy Prophet said: “Allah”s pleasure and approval are in the pleasure and approval of the parents, and Allah’s anger lies in the displeasure of the parents.” (Tirmidhi)


Abu Hurayra (R.A) said that a man asked the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H.) “Who had the most priority to good treatment?” The Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H.) replied, “Your mother”


Abu Hurayra said that he heard the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H.) saying: “Of the gates of Paradise, father is the Central Gate. If is now up to you to lose it or to protect it.”  (Tirmidhi)  


Abu Hurayra (R.A) tells us that on one occasion the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H.) remarked in a trance: “He is humbled. he is humbled. he is humbled!”

The companions asked, “Who is humbled, O Prophet of Allah?” The Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H.) answered, “He who found his/her parents or one of them in old age, and yet did not enter paradise (by serving them).”  (Muslim)



Anas (R.A) reports that the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H.) said, “He who desires that his life-span & wealth may increase, he should treat his parents magnificently and other relatives with benign compassion.”    

Human Rights in Islam – Hadith about Kindness and Equality in Islam



Fundamental human rights in Islam are well defined.

Protection of human life is fundamental objective and principle of Islamic teachings. The Holy Qur’an says:

“Whoever kills a human being without (any reason like) murder, or corruption on earth, it is as though he had killed all mankind.” (5:32)

“God does not like that evil be spread.” (4:148)

“O believers! Avoid suspecting each other: In some cases suspicion is an offence, and do not spy on or speak ill of each other in the absence.” (49:11)

“O believers! Do not enter houses of others, without respectfully seeking permission of their occupants; this is the conduct enjoined on you. And if you find none in a house, do not enter it unless directed otherwise. And go back if you are not allowed entry, this is what behooves you; and God knows all that you do. There is nothing wrong on your part, if you enter uninhabited places, if they are of any use to you; but God knows what you express or conceal.” (24:27-29)

“O mankind! God has created you from one man and one woman, you are divided into nationalities and communities, only so that you may identify one another; in the sight of God the most pious among you is most respectable among you; verily God is oft-knowing, well acquainted.” (49:13)

“Do not envy those whom God has given more than you, to every man belongs what he earns; and to every woman belongs what she earns; seek God’s grace; verily He knows everything well.” (4:32)

“O believers! Do not unlawfully benefit from one another’s property, but have trade of goods by mutual consent.” (4:29)

“Come to a word common between us and you”(3:64)

Hadith: You have a duty to your Lord, you have a duty to your body and you have a duty to your family so give each one its rights” (Sahih Bukhari:1867)
Hadith: “Spend (on charity) O son of Adam and I shall spend on you”
Hadith: “He is not a true Believer who eats his fill while his neighbor is hungry”
Hadith: “A funeral procession passed in front of our Prophet (PBUH) and he stood up. When he was told by the people that it was the coffin of a Jew, he said, “Was he not a human being? (Bukhari)
Hadith: “Feed the hungry, visit the sick and set the captives free” (Bukhari)


Quotes about Sadaqah – Quranic Verses and Hadith about Sadaqa


Sadaqa comes from the word : Sadaqa : to be truthful. Sadaqa is derived from Sidq meaning that the person is giving charity to help the poor and needy confirming his true devotion and service to Allah.

Quranic Verses about Sadaqah

Allah says: “You will not attain to piety until you spend of that which you love” (Surah Al’Imran, 92)
“O believers give of what We have provided for you” (Surah Al’Baqara, 254)
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The Quran says: “The example of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah is like seed of grain which grows seven spikes, in each spike is a hundred grains. And Allah multiplies His reward for whom He wills” (The Holy Quran)
Allah says: “Verily those who give sadaqah, men and women, and lend Allah a goody loan, it shall be increased manifold, and theirs shall be an honorable good reward” (Quran 57:18)


Al’Quran: “Those who spend  in charity will be richly reward” (57:10)
Hadith about Sadaqah
“Sadaqah extinguishes sin as a water extinguishes fire” (Tirmidhi)


Tirmidhi Hadith
“Ramadan is an honorable and blessed month, and the rewards for generosity are multiplied in it. The best charity is that given in Ramadan” (Al’Tirmidi)
“Sadaqah does not decrease wealth” (Muslim)