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SHIA MAJOSI MIDGET CHICKEN MAHDI - HATER OF ARABS
When the Persians were defeated at Al-Qadisiyyah and Yazdgerd Ibn Shahryar (the Kisra i.e. king of the Sassanian Majoosi/Zoroastrian evil oppressive empire) was informed about that and that Rustum (his general) was captured, he thought that Rustum and the Persian are all perishedsomeone informed him about (the battle) of Al-Qadisiyyah and about the loss of 50.000 (Majoosi soldiers, against a handful Sahaba!!!). Upon that, Yazgerd fled to his household and stood infront of the gates of Al-Iwan (his palace) and said:
“Peace be upon you, o Iwan! This is where I am going to leave you and where I will met you again, me or a man of my progeny [...]. Sulayman Al-Dilaimi entered upon Abi Abdillah (Imam Al-Sadiq) and asked him about that. I asked him: 'What does he (Yazdgerd) mean with "a man of my progeny"? He (Imam Al-Sadi) said: 'It is none other but one who is the rising (Shia Mahdi) by the will of Allah, the sixth (from the progeny) of my father, Yazgerd has given him birth, he is his father'.
(Bihar Al-Anwar, vol. 51, p. 164)
“There will be nothing left between us and the Arabs, except slaughter.” (Baqir Al-Majlisi, Bihar Al-Anwar, Vol. 52, p. 349 and KItab Al-Ghaiba by Al-Numani, p. 155)
“Al-Muntazar (the Awaited One, meaning Shia’s cellar Mahdi) will walk amongst the Arabs and kill them.” (Baqir Al-Majlisi, Bihar al-Anwar, Vol. 52, p. 318)
“Fear the Arabs because there will be very bad news for them, which is that none from amongst them will come out with Al-Qa’im (Shia’s Mahdi).” (Baqir Al-Majlisi, Bihar Al-Anwar, Vol. 52, p. 333, and 'Kitab Al-Ghaiba by Al-Numani, p. 254)
And on the authority of Imam Al-Sadiq, peace be upon him, who said: 'Then he will head towards Kufa (Iraq) and descent upon her and spill the blood of SEVENTY tribes of the Arabs (Ghayba of Al-Tusi, p. 284)
On the authority of Abi Abdillah (Al-SAdiq), peace be upon him, who said: 'When the Qa'im (Rafidhi Mahdi) emerges there will be nothing left between him and the Arabs and the QURAYSH except the SWORD'. (Al-Ghaybah)
"When the Qa’im (Shia’s Mahdi) from the family of Mohammad (peace be upon him) rises, he will resurrect five hundred from Quraish (dead people of Prophet Mohammad's tribe) and cut off their necks, then another five hundred, until he does this (action) six times." (Al-Mufeed Al-Tusi, Al-Irshad)
This is their sadistic 'saviour'! Rafidha are the quickest to shout 'Wahhabis behead people, beheading is barbaric, blah blah' yet their perverted savior will RESURRECT people for the sake of KILLING them again by CHOPPING of their heads SIX TIMES! It's like a bad Zombie movie made in Qom/Iran!
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Muslims are encouraged to reflect on death and prepare themselves for it. The Prophet (pbuh) said, "Remember the destroyer of pleasures." (Tirmithee) Dr Bilal
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وَلِلَّهِ مَا فِي السَّمَاوَاتِ وَمَا فِي الْأَرْضِ ۚ وَإِلَى اللَّهِ تُرْجَعُ الْأُمُورُ
And to Allah belongs all that is in the heavens and all that is in the earth. And all matters go back (for decision) to Allah.
اللہ تعالیٰ کے لئے ہی ہے جو کچھ آسمانوں اور زمین میں ہے اور اللہ تعالیٰ ہی کی طرف تمام کام لوٹائے جاتے ہیں۔
[Al-Quran, Surah Āl‘Imran 3, Verse 109, Part 4]

70 Major Sins .....


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70 Major Sins .....

1. Ascribing Associates To Allah, The Most High (Shirk)
2. Killing A Human Being
3. Sorcery
4. Not Performing the Prayer
5. Not Paying Zakat
6. Breaking One’s Fast During Ramadan Without an Excuse
7. Not Performing the Hajj When Able to
8. Showing Disrespect to One’s Parents
9. Severing the Ties of One’s Relatives
10. Adultery
11. Sodomy
12. Accepting Usurious Gain
13. Wrong Consuming an Orphan’s Property
14. Lying About the Prophet
15. FleeingFromtheBattlefield
16. The Leader Who Misleads His Followers, the Tyrant and the Oppressor
17. Arrogance, Pride, Conceit, Vanity and Haughtiness
18. Bearing False Witness
19. Drinking Alcohol
20. Gambling (Qimar)
21. Accusing a Woman of Adultery
22. Misappropriating Spoils of War, Muslim Funds or Zakat
23. Theft
24. Highwaymen Who Menace the Road
25. The Engulfing Oath
26. Taking People’s Property Through Falsehood
27. Collecting Taxes
28. The Consumption of Haram
29. Suicide
30. Telling Lies
31. The Dishonest Judge
32. Bribery
33. Women Imitating Men and Vice Versa
34. The Pimp and the One Who Permits His Wife To Fornicate
35. Marrying Solely to Return to the Previous Husband
36. Not Freeing Oneself of All Traces of Urine
37. Showing off in Good Work
38. Learning Sacred Knowledge for the Sake of this World or Concealing It
39. Breach of Faith
40. Reminding Recipients of One’s Charity to Them
41. Disbelieving in Destiny
42. Listening to the People’s Private Conversations
43. The Talebearer Who Stirs Up Enmity Between People
44. Cursing Others
45. Breaking One’s Promise or Pledge
46. Believing Fortunetellers and Astrologers
47. A Wife’s Rebellion Against Her Husband
48. Picture-making
49. Loudly Lamenting For the Dead or When Afflicted With an Adversity
50. Excess Against Others
51. Overburdening and Arrogance Against Others
52. Hurting One’s Neighbor
53. Hurting or Reviling Muslims
54. Harming the Servants of Allah
55. Dragging the Hem of One’s Garment Out of Conceit
56. Men Wearing Silk or Gold
57. Fleeing of the Slave
58. Slaughtering in Other Than Allah’s Name
59. Falsely Claiming Someone is One’s Father
60. Arguing, Picking Apart Another’s Words, and Quarreling
61. Withholding Excess Water From Others
62. Stinting When Weighing or Measuring Out Goods and Similar Merchandise
63. Feeling Secure From Allah’s Devising
64. Despairing of the Mercy of Allah and Losing of Hope
65. Forgoing the Congregational Prayer to Pray Alone Without A Legal Excuse
66. Constantly Missing the Friday and Congregational Prayer Without A Valid Excuse
67. Bringing Loss to the Bequest
68. Deception and Evil Schemes
69. Spying on the Muslims and Revealing Their Weaknesses
70. Disparaging the Companions of the Prophet.

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why do you break the command of God for the sake of your tradition?


تمت مشاركة ‏صورة‏ ‏‎Esa/Jesus a Prophet of Allah/God‎‏ من قبل ‏‏‎Esa/Jesus a Prophet of Allah/God‎‏‏.
3 Jesus replied, “And why do you break the command of God for the sake of your tradition? 4 For God said, ‘Honor your father and mother’[a] and ‘Anyone who curses their father or mother is to be put to death.’[b] 5 But you say that if anyone declares that what might have been used to help their father or mother is ‘devoted to God,’ 6 they are not to ‘honor their father or mother’ with it. Thus you nullify the word of God for the sake of your tradition. 7 You hypocrites! Isaiah was right when he prophesied about you__Matthew 15

"...He (The Creator) has enjoined on me (Jesus) prayer and charity as long as I live. He has made me kind to my mother, and not overbearing or miserable. _ Qur'an (19:34)

“And your Lord has decreed that you worship none but Him. And that you be dutiful to your parents. If one of them or both of them attain old age in your life, say not to them 'uff' a word of disrespect, nor shout at them but address them in terms of honour. And lower unto them the wing of submission and humility through mercy, and say: ‘My Lord! Bestow on them Your Mercy as they did bring me up when I was small.’”_Qur’an 17:23-24

“And We have enjoined on man (to be dutiful and good) to his parents. His mother bore him in weakness and hardship upon weakness and hardship, and his weaning is in two years give thanks to Me (The Creator) and to your parents, unto Me (The Creator) is the final destination.”_Qur’an 31:14

Prophet Muhammad [pbuh] reinforced the duty to be kind to parents. A companion of the Prophet [pbuh] once asked him which of the many good deeds a man can do is the most loved by God (The Creator). Prophet Muhammad [pbuh] answered him by saying, “To offer the prayer in its proper time”. The companion then asked, “And what is next?” to which Prophet Muhammad [pbuh] replied, “To be good and dutiful to your parents…”_ Saheeh Al-Bukhari

The responsibility to be kind and good to parents comes right after the greatest duty in Submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’), the prayer.

The Arabic word that is used in the Quran and the narrations of Prophet Muhammad to denote this kindness to parents as bir, and more often than not, it is translated as goodness. However, as is the case with most Arabic words, a direct translation into English often fails to explain the true depth of meaning. Bir does not only mean goodness; it contains shades of meaning that indicate kindness, compassion, respect and even patience. The Submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’), the way of life, encompasses all these qualities, and the submitters to the Creator alone in peace (‘Muslims’) must strive to model this behaviour in all dealings, particularly in the relationship between parents and children.

Parents care for and nurture their children their entire lives, but at one point this duty reverses, parents become old and feeble and in need of this care and nurturing themselves. The child is obligated to care for the parents by displaying all the qualities of bir and knowing that the reward for this is with God (The Creator). The Prophet Muhammad [pbuh] said, “If anyone possesses these three characteristics God (The Creator) will give him an easy death and bring him into His Paradise: gentleness towards the weak, affection towards parents”_ Tirmidhi

A Submitter to the Creator alone in peace (‘Muslim’) is obliged to show respect towards parents even if they are non-Muslim, and the greatest love he can show towards them is to supplicate to God (The Creator) in hope that they will be guided to the submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’). At the time of the Prophet, many of those who embraced the submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’) found that it conflicted with the beliefs and requests of their parents, but they were taught to be kind and to obey their parents, except if the parents demanded they disobey God (The Creator).

“But if they (both) strive with you to make you join in worship with Me (The Creator) others that of which you have no knowledge, then obey them not, but behave with them in the world kindly, and follow the path of him who turns to Me (The Creator) in repentance and in obedience. Then to Me (The Creator) will be your return, and I shall tell you what you used to do.” (Quran 31:15)

Being dutiful to parents, obeying them and treating them with kindness is embedded in the teachings of the submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’), however obedience to God (The Creator) is always the first and foremost duty in the submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’).

In the time of Prophet Muhammad [pbuh], a man asked permission to go on a military expedition. The Prophet asked the man if he had a mother, when he replied yes, Prophet Muhammad said, “Stay with her because Paradise lies beneath her feet”. _(Ahmad, Al-Nasai)

A man came to the Prophet [pbuh] asking, ‘Who among the people is the most worthy of my good companionship? The Prophet [pbuh] said, your mother. The man said, ‘Then who?’ The Prophet [pbuh] said, then your mother. The man further asked, ‘Then who?’ The Prophet [pbuh] said, then your mother. The man asked again, ‘Then who?’ The Prophet [pbuh] replied, then your father._(Saheeh Al-Bukhari, Saheeh Muslim)

From only these two sayings of Prophet Muhammad, we are able to understand the importance of mothers in Islam. However, in these days of materialism it is easy to forget that God obligated us to honour our parents, especially our mothers. Sometimes we find ourselves uttering words of contempt or complaining about our parents. This sort of behaviour is not from the submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’).

God (The Creator) reminds us that Prophet John (known as the Baptist) was dutiful towards his parents both loving them and obeying them. He said:

“O John (Yahya)! Hold fast the Scripture. And We gave him wisdom even as a youth. And (made him) sympathetic to men as a mercy (or a grant) from Us, and purity: he was righteous. And dutiful towards his parents, and he was neither an arrogant nor disobedient (to the Creator or to his parents).”_Quran 19:12-14

Additionally, in the Qur'an (Recital), we are able to hear the words of Jesus; he describes himself by coupling his obedience to God with his duties towards his mother Maryam/Mary.

"He [Jesus] said: 'I am indeed a servant of God(The Creator). He has given me revelation and made me a prophet; He has made me blessed wheresoever I be; and He has enjoined on me prayer and charity as long as I live. He has made me kind to my mother, and not overbearing or miserable. _ Qur'an (19:34)

The Companions’ Behaviour

Abdullah ibn Omar, a leading scholar from among Prophet Muhammad’s companions once saw a man carrying his mother on his back and going around the Holy House in Mecca=Becca (its other name). He did not complain or show any signs of annoyance; rather he kept repeating a line of poetry comparing himself to a camel. He looked at Abdullah ibn Omar and asked him whether by so doing he discharged his debt to his mother. Ibn Omar said, “No. You have not even paid back one twinge of the pain she felt when giving birth to you”.

Another companion from the early days of the submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam”), Dhibyan ibn Ali ath-Thowree also used to travel with his mother to Mecca=Becca {watch the videohttps://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=462840997145772&set=a.308950145868192.66428.134560426640499&type=1&theater}. The journey was long and very hot; on the side of the road during their travels, he would dig a little pool and fill it with cool water. He would then turn to his mother and say, “Mother, sit in this water to cool yourself.”

A man came to Prophet Muhammad [pbuh] and said, “A young man is dying and people are asking him to say there is no god but God (The Creator), but he is unable to do so. “The Prophet then asked, "Did this man offer prayers?” The answer was yes. The Prophet then went to see the man and tried to encourage him to say there is no god but God(The Creator). Still he was unable to pronounce the words. Prophet Muhammad then called for the dying man’s mother. The mother he had persistently disobeyed.
When she appeared, the Prophet asked, 'Respected lady, is he your son?” She replied yes. He then asked, “O respected lady, if we threaten to throw your son into a raging fire, would you recommend him to be forgiven?” The lady replied that she would definitely ask him to be forgiven. The Prophet then said to her, “Then declare, making God (The Creator) and me your witnesses, that you are now pleased with him.” The old woman readily declared, "O God (The Creator), you and your Prophet are my witnesses that I am pleased with this beloved son of mine.” Then Prophet then turned to the dying man and asked him to recite, "There is no god but God (The Creator), He is the One and has no partners and I witness that Muhammad is His Servant and Messenger.” (At Tabarani, Ahmad)

Because of his mother’s forgiveness, the dying man was able to recite the words that, by the Grace and Mercy of God, may have allowed him to enter Paradise. The good treatment of parents can be the key to Paradise, on the other hand, bad behaviour towards them may result in a punishment in hellfire.

One of Prophet Muhammad’s companions asked about the deeds God loved most. The Prophet replied, the prayer offered on time and honouring parents... (Saheeh Bukhari)

The Prophet Muhammad [pbuh] said:

“When a person dies, all his deeds come to an end except three: ongoing charity, beneficial knowledge (which he has left behind), or a righteous child who will pray for him.” (At Tirmidhi)

A man from among the companions asked Prophet Muhammad [pbuh],

“Is there anything left from the goodness I owe my parents I should present to them after their death?” He replied, “Yes, four things: Pray and ask forgiveness for them. Fulfil their pledges. Be kind to their friends. And maintain the ties of kinship that come from only their direction”. (Ahmad, Abu Dawood &ibn Majah)

In the narrations of Prophet Muhammad [pbuh], we are able to observe the behaviour of Abdullah, the son of Omar ibn al Khattab. On the road to Mecca=Becca, Abdullah met a Bedouin. He greeted him with peace, had him ride the mount that he was riding and gave him the turban that he had been wearing on his head. One of Abdullah companions commented, “May God (The Creator) guide you, they are just bedouin and they are content with something simple.” Abdullah answered, “The father of this man was a close friend of my father, and I heard the Messenger of God say, “The best way of honouring one’s parents is for the son to keep in touch with his father’s friends.”

Submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’) recognizes the importance of the family unit, and a good and loving relationship between parents and children is essential. After God (The Creator), our parents deserve our gratitude and obedience. A Submitter to the Creator alone in peace (‘Muslim’) is obligated to show goodness and mercy to his or her parents. There is only one exception to this, if parents expect their children to associate anything with God (The Creator) or to do something regarded impermissible in Submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’), then the child must not obey, however nothing removes the obligation to be kind and respectful.

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decreed

“And your Lord has decreed that you worship none but Him. And that you be dutiful to your parents. If one of them or both of them attain old age in your life, say not to them ''Uff" a word of disrespect, nor shout at them but address them in terms of honour. And lower unto them the wing of submission and humility through mercy, and say: ‘My Lord! Bestow on them Your Mercy as they did bring me up when I was small.’”_Qur’an 17:23-24

“And We have enjoined on man (to be dutiful and good) to his parents. His mother bore him in weakness and hardship upon weakness and hardship, and his weaning is in two years give thanks to Me (The Creator) and to your parents, unto Me (The Creator) is the final destination.”_Qur’an 31:14

Prophet Muhammad [pbuh] reinforced the duty to be kind to parents. A companion of the Prophet [pbuh] once asked him which of the many good deeds a man can do is the most loved by God (The Creator). Prophet Muhammad [pbuh] answered him by saying, “To offer the prayer in its proper time”. The companion then asked, “And what is next?” to which Prophet Muhammad [pbuh] replied, “To be good and dutiful to your parents…”_ Saheeh Al-Bukhari

The responsibility to be kind and good to parents comes right after the greatest duty in Submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’), the prayer.

The Arabic word that is used in the Quran and the narrations of Prophet Muhammad to denote this kindness to parents as bir, and more often than not, it is translated as goodness. However, as is the case with most Arabic words, a direct translation into English often fails to explain the true depth of meaning. Bir does not only mean goodness; it contains shades of meaning that indicate kindness, compassion, respect and even patience. The Submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’), the way of life, encompasses all these qualities, and the submitters to the Creator alone in peace (‘Muslims’) must strive to model this behaviour in all dealings, particularly in the relationship between parents and children.

Parents care for and nurture their children their entire lives, but at one point this duty reverses, parents become old and feeble and in need of this care and nurturing themselves. The child is obligated to care for the parents by displaying all the qualities of bir and knowing that the reward for this is with God (The Creator). The Prophet Muhammad [pbuh] said, “If anyone possesses these three characteristics God (The Creator) will give him an easy death and bring him into His Paradise: gentleness towards the weak, affection towards parents”_ Tirmidhi

A Submitter to the Creator alone in peace (‘Muslim’) is obliged to show respect towards parents even if they are non-Muslim, and the greatest love he can show towards them is to supplicate to God (The Creator) in hope that they will be guided to the submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’). At the time of the Prophet, many of those who embraced the submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’) found that it conflicted with the beliefs and requests of their parents, but they were taught to be kind and to obey their parents, except if the parents demanded they disobey God (The Creator).

“But if they (both) strive with you to make you join in worship with Me (The Creator) others that of which you have no knowledge, then obey them not, but behave with them in the world kindly, and follow the path of him who turns to Me (The Creator) in repentance and in obedience. Then to Me (The Creator) will be your return, and I shall tell you what you used to do.” (Quran 31:15)

Being dutiful to parents, obeying them and treating them with kindness is embedded in the teachings of the submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’), however obedience to God (The Creator) is always the first and foremost duty in the submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’).

In the time of Prophet Muhammad [pbuh], a man asked permission to go on a military expedition. The Prophet asked the man if he had a mother, when he replied yes, Prophet Muhammad said, “Stay with her because Paradise lies beneath her feet”. _(Ahmad, Al-Nasai)

A man came to the Prophet [pbuh] asking, ‘Who among the people is the most worthy of my good companionship? The Prophet [pbuh] said, your mother. The man said, ‘Then who?’ The Prophet [pbuh] said, then your mother. The man further asked, ‘Then who?’ The Prophet [pbuh] said, then your mother. The man asked again, ‘Then who?’ The Prophet [pbuh] replied, then your father._(Saheeh Al-Bukhari, Saheeh Muslim)

From only these two sayings of Prophet Muhammad, we are able to understand the importance of mothers in Islam. However, in these days of materialism it is easy to forget that God obligated us to honour our parents, especially our mothers. Sometimes we find ourselves uttering words of contempt or complaining about our parents. This sort of behaviour is not from the submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’).

God (The Creator) reminds us that Prophet John (known as the Baptist) was dutiful towards his parents both loving them and obeying them. He said:

“O John (Yahya)! Hold fast the Scripture. And We gave him wisdom even as a youth. And (made him) sympathetic to men as a mercy (or a grant) from Us, and purity: he was righteous. And dutiful towards his parents, and he was neither an arrogant nor disobedient (to the Creator or to his parents).”_Quran 19:12-14

Additionally, in the Qur'an (Recital), we are able to hear the words of Jesus; he describes himself by coupling his obedience to God with his duties towards his mother Maryam/Mary.

"He [Jesus] said: 'I am indeed a servant of God(The Creator). He has given me revelation and made me a prophet; He has made me blessed wheresoever I be; and He has enjoined on me prayer and charity as long as I live. He has made me kind to my mother, and not overbearing or miserable. _ Qur'an (19:32)

The Companions’ Behaviour

Abdullah ibn Omar, a leading scholar from among Prophet Muhammad’s companions once saw a man carrying his mother on his back and going around the Holy House in Mecca=Becca (its other name). He did not complain or show any signs of annoyance; rather he kept repeating a line of poetry comparing himself to a camel. He looked at Abdullah ibn Omar and asked him whether by so doing he discharged his debt to his mother. Ibn Omar said, “No. You have not even paid back one twinge of the pain she felt when giving birth to you”.

Another companion from the early days of the submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam”), Dhibyan ibn Ali ath-Thowree also used to travel with his mother to Mecca=Becca {watch the video https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=462840997145772&set=a.308950145868192.66428.134560426640499&type=1&theater}. The journey was long and very hot; on the side of the road during their travels, he would dig a little pool and fill it with cool water. He would then turn to his mother and say, “Mother, sit in this water to cool yourself.”

A man came to Prophet Muhammad [pbuh] and said, “A young man is dying and people are asking him to say there is no god but God (The Creator), but he is unable to do so. “The Prophet then asked, "Did this man offer prayers?” The answer was yes. The Prophet then went to see the man and tried to encourage him to say there is no god but God(The Creator). Still he was unable to pronounce the words. Prophet Muhammad then called for the dying man’s mother. The mother he had persistently disobeyed.
When she appeared, the Prophet asked, 'Respected lady, is he your son?” She replied yes. He then asked, “O respected lady, if we threaten to throw your son into a raging fire, would you recommend him to be forgiven?” The lady replied that she would definitely ask him to be forgiven. The Prophet then said to her, “Then declare, making God (The Creator) and me your witnesses, that you are now pleased with him.” The old woman readily declared, "O God (The Creator), you and your Prophet are my witnesses that I am pleased with this beloved son of mine.” Then Prophet then turned to the dying man and asked him to recite, "There is no god but God (The Creator), He is the One and has no partners and I witness that Muhammad is His Servant and Messenger.” (At Tabarani, Ahmad)

Because of his mother’s forgiveness, the dying man was able to recite the words that, by the Grace and Mercy of God, may have allowed him to enter Paradise. The good treatment of parents can be the key to Paradise, on the other hand, bad behaviour towards them may result in a punishment in hellfire.

One of Prophet Muhammad’s companions asked about the deeds God loved most. The Prophet replied, the prayer offered on time and honouring parents... (Saheeh Bukhari)

The Prophet Muhammad [pbuh] said:

“When a person dies, all his deeds come to an end except three: ongoing charity, beneficial knowledge (which he has left behind), or a righteous child who will pray for him.” (At Tirmidhi)

A man from among the companions asked Prophet Muhammad [pbuh],

“Is there anything left from the goodness I owe my parents I should present to them after their death?” He replied, “Yes, four things: Pray and ask forgiveness for them. Fulfil their pledges. Be kind to their friends. And maintain the ties of kinship that come from only their direction”. (Ahmad, Abu Dawood &ibn Majah)

In the narrations of Prophet Muhammad [pbuh], we are able to observe the behaviour of Abdullah, the son of Omar ibn al Khattab. On the road to Mecca=Becca, Abdullah met a Bedouin. He greeted him with peace, had him ride the mount that he was riding and gave him the turban that he had been wearing on his head. One of Abdullah companions commented, “May God (The Creator) guide you, they are just bedouin and they are content with something simple.” Abdullah answered, “The father of this man was a close friend of my father, and I heard the Messenger of God say, “The best way of honouring one’s parents is for the son to keep in touch with his father’s friends.”

Submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’) recognizes the importance of the family unit, and a good and loving relationship between parents and children is essential. After God (The Creator), our parents deserve our gratitude and obedience. A Submitter to the Creator alone in peace (‘Muslim’) is obligated to show goodness and mercy to his or her parents. There is only one exception to this, if parents expect their children to associate anything with God (The Creator) or to do something regarded impermissible in Submission to the Creator alone in peace (‘Islam’), then the child must not obey, however nothing removes the obligation to be kind and respectful.

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 — مع ‏‎Hamid Pasha‎‏ و ‏‏7‏ آخرين‏.