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The Great Qualities of a Muslim

It has been narrated from Waathila and Abu Hurayrah the Messenger of Allah (sallahAllaahu alayhi wasallam) said:

“Be from the people characterized with War’a [1] ; you will be from the best people in servitude,

And be content; you will be from the most thankful among the people,

And love for the people what you love for your self; you will be a believer,

And be a good neighbor; you will be a Muslim,

And lessen laughter; for indeed a lot of laughter deadens the heart.”
Narrated by Ibn Maajah, and al-Bayhaqee in Zuhd al-Kabeer. Albaani graded it as (Saheeh Lighayrihi)
1. This is the act of leaving off some actions fearing they might be impermissible or lead to that which is impermissible.


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What is ḥayā’ ?

A hadith worth pondering on….

It was narrated that Qurrah ibn Iyyās (may Allāh be pleased with him) said:

We were at the presence of the Prophet (sallahAllaahu alayhi wasallam) when ḥayā’ (shyness from sin and bad conduct) was mentioned.

They asked: O Messenger of Allāh! Is ḥayā’ from the religion?

He said: Rather it is the whole religion!
Then Allāh’s Messenger (sallahAllaahu alayhi wasallam) said:

Indeed ḥayā’, decency, impotence – of the tongue not the heart – and (fiqh) understanding of the religion are from (eeman) faith. Indeed they add to the hereafter and subtract from the worldly life; and what they add to the hereafter is more than what they subtract from the worldly life.

And indeed stinginess, abandoning obligations, and obscene language are from hypocrisy. Indeed they add to the worldly life and subtract from the hereafter; and what they subtract from the hereafter is more than what they add to the worldly life.”

Narrated by Tabaraani, Sheikh Albani graded it as Ṣaḥeeḥ li-ghayrih; Saheeh Targheeb: 2625


The most beloved & The most detestable of you…

2625. It was narrated that Abu Hurayrah (may Allāh be pleased with him) said that Allāh’s Messenger ﷺ said:

Indeed the most beloved of you to me are:

  • the ones who have the best character,
  • who are lenient [with people],
  • and who get along with others and are easy to get along with;

And indeed the most detestable of you to me are:

  • those who carry gossips,
  • and separate between loved ones,
  • and find fault with innocent people.”

    Saheeh Targheeb: 2625, [Ḥassan li-ghayrih] Compiled by Al-Ṭabarāny