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SIGNIFICANCE OF SUNNAH

Tranlated by A.H Elias      

The Ulamaa (Muslim scholars), from olden days and of modern age, are unanimous that in proving laws and propounding Halal and Haraam, four sources are authentic:

First
The Book of Allah - the Holy Quraan - upon which no falsehood can enter from ahead nor from the back.

Second
The Tradition - Sunnah of Prophet Mohammad (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) which did not just spring up as whims and fancies but came to him through Divine Protected Revelation (Wahy).

Third
Ijmaa - Consensus of opinion of the Ulamaa of the Muslim Ummah.

Fourth
Qiyaas - Deduction through analogy by learned and pious Ulamaa. Although some Ulamaa differ on it being a proof in Shariah (Islamic Law), the majority of them are unanimous that when all the necessary conditions of Qiyaas are prevalent, then it is a proof.

THE FIRST PRINCIPLE: THE BOOK OF ALLAH
The Sustainer of the worlds has mentioned in many Aayaat (verses) of the Holy Quraan which direct towards the obligatory and compulsory obedience and adherence to the teachings of Holy Quraan. It also emphasises that we should be limited by its boundaries. Here are just a few:

Follow that which is brought down to you from your Rabb and do not follow other masters besides Him. But you take very little warning. (Surah al Araaf 7:3)

And We have revealed a Kitab (Book), full of blessing. Thus follow it and have fear (stay away from evil) so that you may find mercy. (Surah al Anaam 6:155)

There has come to you, Our Rasool (Messenger) to make manifest to you many (things) which you concealed in the Scriptures, and passes over many things (that are necessary) undoubtedly there has come to you from Allah a (new) light (The Quraan) (and) a Book of manifest (truth). Whereby Allah does guide those who seek His pleasure, on the paths of peace and leads them out of darkness by His Will into light and guides them to the straight path. (Surah al-Maa-idah 15:16)

Those who reject the Quraan when it reaches them ........ and it is a Mighty Kitaab (Book) - which no falsehood approaches from the front or back, it is revealed by (from) the Praiseworthy, the Wise (one). (Surah al Haameen Sijdah 41-42)

O Rasool (Messenger.)! Say: This Quraan is revealed to me so that I may warn with it all those whom it reaches. (Surah al Anaam-19)

And the proclamation of the Most High is:

This is the Quraan, by it recognise the laws so that they may fear by it. (Surah al Ibraaheem - 52).

There are numerous Aayaat of the above nature. Beside this, there are many authentic Ahaadeeth of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) (Prophet) in which adherence to the laws of the Quraan are proven and which denote that the one who acts on the Quraanic Laws is on guidance whilst the one who turns away is on misguidance.

From amongst those Ahaadeeth of Rasuloolah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) that prove the adherence to the Quraan is the Khutbah (Sermon) at Hajjat ul Widaa (the last Pilgrmage of Prophet Mohammad SallAllaho alaihe wasallam). He said: I leave for you that which if you act upon, you will never be misguided, that is the Book of Allah. (Muslim)

In Saheeh Muslim, it is narrated by Zaid bin Arqam that Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) said: I am leaving amongst you two mighty things, firstly the Kitaab of Allah, in it is Guidance and Light, so hold fast to it and firmly act upon it, then he said about the Ahl ul Bait, I am reminding you to fear Allah concerning my Ahl ul Bait, I am reminding you to fear Allah concerning my Ahl ul Bait, I am reminding you to fear Allah concerning my Ahl ul Bait.

In another narration, it is stated that Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) said about the Noble Quraan:

And it is the rope of Allah, he who hold it firmly, is guided and the one who leaves it is misguided."

There are numerous Ahaadeeth having similar meaning and from the time of the Sahaabah (Companians of the Prophet SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) up to now, there is unanimity (Ijmaa) of the Ahl ul ilm (knowledgeable) and the Ahl ul Imaan (faithful) that it is not only Wajib to act on the Quraan, but to consult it in all matters with the Hadeeth and the authority belongs to the Quraan and the Sunnah.

SECOND PRINCIPLE: SUNNAH OF RASULULLAH (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam)
From amongst the unanimous principles, the second principle is basically the sayings, actions and approvals of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) which are proven from valid narrations and are termed Hadeeth. This is called the Sunnah.

The Ahl ul Ilm, from the time of the Sahaabah up to now, have Imaan (faith) on this principle and accepted it as a proof and educated the Ummah similarly. They also wrote many books on this science and expounded upon it in the Books of Principles of Jurisprudence and Ahaadeeth.

It is extremely difficult to enumerate all the proofs expressing the Sunnah to be the proof. The best and weightiest proof is the commandment mentioned in the Quraan wherein we are ordered to obey and follow Rasulullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) and this order is for those who lived during the time of Rasulullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) and for all those who came after them. This is because he is the Rasool of Allah to all and until Qiyaamah; all are bound to obey and follow him. His verbal expressions, actions and silent approvals have all been expounded in the Kitaab of Allah and the Sunnah.

If there was no Sunnah, then the people would not know the finer details (number of Rakaat, Wajibaat (compulsory acts) in Salaah and the detailed laws on fasting, Zakaah or Hajj) nor would they have known the laws of Jihaad and the ordering on what is good and what is forbidden and wrong, the details of transactions, the prohibited acts and essential matters concerning the limitations and consequences of Allah.

There are many Quraanic Aayaats in this connection (i.e. it is compulsory to obey and follow Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam). Thus in Surah Aale-Imraan, Allah says:

O Muslims! Obey Allah and obey the Rasool and those in authority among you, and if you differ amongst yourselves concerning anything, then refer (that matter) to Allah and His Rasool if you believe in Allah and the last day and this is best and the result is befitting (profitable). (4:59)

Moreover, in Surah an Nisaa, Allah, the Almighty says:

And whoever obeys the Rasool, thereby obeys Allah, and whoever turns away, thus we have not sent you (Nabi) as a guardian (custodian over their actions). (4:80)

If the Sunnah is not proof or completely protected, then how is it possible to obey Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) or refer to him in matters if there are differences in the Kitaab of Allah and the Sunnah of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam)?

This would mean that Allah has ordered upon His servants a thing that is non-existent. This surely is false and implicates the denial of the Being of Allah and results in losing faith whilst Allah has stated in Surah al Nahl:

And We sent down towards you the Zikr (Quraan) so that you may explain to the people what has been sent down to them and so that they may ponder. (16:44)

And We have revealed this Kitaab (Quraan) on you for the sole reason that you explain to them on matters which the people differ, and for the believers it is a guidance and a mercy. (16:64)

Allah is clearly granting the duty to Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) for expounding the Quraan. If there is no existence of the Sunnah and if it is not a proof, then how will this be possible?

Allah states in Surah al Noor:
Say, obey Allah and obey the Rasool, then if you turn away, upon him rests what is laid on you. If you obey him, you will be guided and the only responsibility on the Rasool is to propagate it clearly. (24:54)

..... and establish Salaah and give Zakaah and obey the Rasool so that you may be blessed. (24:56)

Say, to the people, l am a Rasool of Allah to all of you. His is the sovereignty in the Heavens and the Earth. There is no Ilaah (deity) but Him. He ordains life and death. Therefore believe in Allah and His laws, and follow him so that you may be rightly guided. (Surah al Araaf 7:158)

This Ayah (Verse) clearly elucidates that there is guidance and mercy in following and adhering to what Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) said. How is it possible to obtain guidance and mercy without following Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam)? It is foolish to say that the Sunnah is neither reliable nor deserving to be relied on. Why does mankind deserve the guidance and mercy of Allah?

Allah states in Surah al Noor:
So let those who go against his command, beware, lest a trial afflict them (in this world) or a grievous punishment overtakes them (in the next). (24:63)

In Surah al Hashr, the order of our Rabb is:

..... and whatever the Rasool gives you accept it, and whatever he forbids you, abstain from it. (5:97)

Numerous of similar Aayaats are there that prove the obligatory nature of following, obeying and adhering to whatever was brought by Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam), just as the proofs has been mentioned in the Quraan concerning the laws that are obligatory and those that require abstinence.

The Kitaab and Sunnah are so closely bound principles that one is dependent on the other and the denial of one tantamount to the denial of the other. This is Kufr and gross misguidance and all the Ahl ul Ilm unanimously declare such a person outside the fold of Imaan and Islam.

It has been proven from Ahaadeeth Mutawaatir that it is compulsory to act on what Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) brought, by obeying and following him. This is for all, (i.e. those who were in the era of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) and all those who would be coming afterwards, up till the Day of Qiyaamah.

From among these Ahaadeeth, a few are mentioned below:

Hadhrat Abu Hurairah narrated that Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) said: Whosoever obeys me, has obeyed Allah and whosoever has disobeyed me, has verily disobeyed Allah. (Bukhari & Muslim)

Hadhrat Abu Hurairah has narrated that Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) said, The whole Ummah will enter Jannah (Paradise), but those who denied. He was asked, O Prophet! Who are the deniers? He replied, Whosoever follows me will enter Jannah and whosoever disobeys me, has denied it. (Bukhari & Muslim)

Ahmed, Abu Dawood and Haakim have recorded the following Hadeeth with a reliable chain of narrators:

Miqdam bin Madicarb narrated that Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) said, Definitely, I have been given this Kitaab (Quraan) and with it, its like (Hadeeth - for it is also Wahy). Beware! Shortly, a fat bellowing man reclining on his cushions will say, Regard this Quraan as necessary upon yourselves. Whatever you find Halaal in it, recognise it as Halaal and whatever you find Haraam in it, recognise it as Haraam (to the exclusion of everything else). This refers to those who believe that the Quraan alone is sufficient and there is no need for Ahaadeeth.

Abu Dawood and Ibn Maja have recorded the following Hadeeth with a reliable chain of narrators:

Harrat Ibn Abi Rafi (R.A.) narrated from his father who narrated from Rasulullah (S.A. W.): I will surly find amongst you one reclining on his cushion and from amongst my instructions, one such instruction of acting will reach him or an order of abstinence (will reach him), and he will say, I do not know, (for) whatever we find in the Kitab (Quran) ofAllah, we follow that.

In another narration in which Hasan bin Jabri narrated from Miqdam bin Madkrab, he says:

On the day Khyber was conquered, Rasulullah (S.A.W.) announced certain things Haraam and the reaftersaid, Shortly amongst you, one will belie me whilst reclining, narrating my Ahadith and saying that the Quran is present amongst us, we recognise as halaal that which we find in it as Halaal and Haraam as Haraam. Beware! Whatever the Rasul of Allah has made Haraam is like what Allah has made Haraam. (Narrated by Hakim, Tirmidhi, Thn Maja)

It has been proven from Ahadith Mutawatira that Rasulullah (SAW.) advised the Sahabah(R.A.) in his Khutba that the present must inform the absent, many direct listeners compared to those who are informed, learn better and understand well. It is recorded in Bukhari and Muslim that he said this on the Day of Arafat on the occasion of Haj-ul Wida (Farewell Haj).

Thus if the Sunnat was not a proof upon the listener and upon him who is informed and if the Sunnat was not to remain until the Day of Qiyamat, then Rasulullah (S.A.W.) would not have given the order of its prorogation. It is proven that the Sunnat is proof on the person who heard from the blessed lips of Rasulullah (S.A.W.) and upon the person who received this information via a reliable chain of narrators.

The Sahabah (R.A.) not only preserved the Sunnat verbally and practically, but transmitted it to the Tabeeen who subsequently passed the trust onto their followers and the trustworthy Ulema transmitted it generation after generation to one another.

The trustworthy Ulema compiled the Sunnat and Ahadith books, separated the authentic traditions from the weak, then expounded the rules and regulations to recognise the reliable from the weak.

The Science of the Principles of Ahadith, i.e. the study of the chain of narrations came into existence to such an extent that some Muhaditheen wrote special books on weak and fabricated ahadith.

The Ahie-Ilin compiled Ahadith Books besides Bukhari and Muslim and Allah protected these just as He protected the Q uran from the transgressors transgressions, from interpolations of the fallacious and from those who play with Deen.

Allah Says:
We have definitely revealed the Zikr (Quran) and definitely We are the Guardians (Protectors) thereof.

There is absolutely no doubt that the Sunnat of Rasulullah (S.A.W.) is also aWahy (Divine protected Revelation). Allah has protected the Sunnat just as He has protected the Kitab (Quran).

This is why Allah has blessed and granted a group of people the ability to act as guardians to refute the fallacious interpretations of the ignorant and to rebuff the false interpolations and to sift out from out those narrations which the deceptive, ignorant and transgressors have included in the Sunnat. Allah has made (the Sunnat) the interpretations of His Blessed Kitab (Quran) and it is the elucidations of the non-expounded laws of the Quran as well as laws not mentioned in the Quran such as the laws concerning suckling, certain laws on inheritance, the non-permissibility to marry the wife and daughter-in-law, the law that one cannot combine the marriage of the wife and her mother or sister simultaneously etc.

Similarly, there are numerous laws that are reliably mentioned in the Sunnat and not in the Qur

THE IMPORTANCE OF SUNNAH AND THE COMPULSORY NATURE OF ACTING UPON IT ACCORDING TO THE SAHAABAH, TAABEEEN AND THE AHL UL ILM AFTER THEM,

1.    It is recorded in the Saheehain (Bukhari and Muslim) from Hadhrat Abu Hurairah that after the departure of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) from this mortal world, some Arab tribes renegaded (renounced Islam) and Hadhrat Abu Bakr said: By Allah! I will definitely engage in Jihad against the person who differentiates between Salaah and Zakaah. Hadhrat Umar said, How can we fight against them when Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) has stated that, I have ordered to engage in Jihad (Qitaal) against the people until they recite La Ilaaha illAllah (There is no God but Allah, the Kalimah of Shahaadah), and once they reciet this Kalimah, their wealth and life is protected by us due to the Right of the Kalimah. Hadhrat Abu Bakr replied, Is not Zakaah from the Rights of the Kalimah? By Allah! If they withhold even a small goat which they used to give during the era of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam), then (due to their withholding) I will wage Jihad against hem. Hadhrat Umar said, Now I understand the matter that surely Allah has widened the chest (granted Hadhrat Abu Bakr understanding) on the issue of Jihad and I recognise that this is the Haqq (Truth).

The Sahaabah (Companion of Prophet SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) followed suit and waged Jihad against the renegades until they accepted Islam and those who persisted in their apostasy were killed.

This incident is a crystal clear proof and guide that the Sunnah is important and that it is compulsory to act on it.

2.     A grandmother came in the presence of Hadhrat Abu Bakr and questioned about inheritance. He said There is nothing clear about it (her particular case) in the Quraan and l do not know whether Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) had made a decision on it and I will therefore ask the people concerning it. Thus he questioned the Sahaabah about it. Some Sahaabah testified that Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) granted a grandmother 1/6th and he ruled accordingly.

3.     Hadhrat Umar used to advice his governors that they should decide matters between the people by the Kitaab of Allah and if they do not find any conclusion therein, then they should decide by the Sunnah of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam).

4.     When Hadhrat Umar was perturbed concerning the order of Imlaas women (the women who had to drop the dead foetus due to external pressure or hardship), then he inquired from the Sahaabah. Hadhrat Muhammad bin Salmah and Hadhrat Mughairah bin Shubah testified that Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) ruled that a male or a female slave should be freed. Hadhrat Umar accepted the ruling.

5.     In the presence of Hadhrat Umar, the matter on the place where a woman should spend her Iddah on the death of her husband was raised. Hadhrat Umar was perturbed, but was then informed by Fariqiah binte Maalik bin Samar who was the sister of Hadhrat Abu Saeed, that Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) had on the death of her husband ordained her to spend the whole of her Iddah period in her husbands house. Hadhrat Umar ruled accordingly.

6.     Similarly, Hadhrat Uthman ruled according to the Sunnah the punishment for drinking on Warid bin Uqbah.

7.     When informed that Hadhrat Uthman has prevented Mutamati Hajj (Hajj and Umrah with one Ihraam), Hadhrat Ali tied the Ihraam for both the Hajj and Umrah and said I will not discard the Sunnah of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) on the grounds of any one person from amongst the people.

8.     When some people presented as proof the statement of Hadhrat Abu Bakr & Hadhrat Umar that Hajj Ifraad (Hajj with only one Ihraam) is superior to Hadhrat Abdullah bin Abbas, he said Soon, from the sky stones will descend. I am saying Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) is saying and you are stating that Abu Bakr and Umar are saying this.

When a person fears the punishment from Allah on acting on the statements of Hadhrat Abu Bakr and Umar, after learning the Sunnah, then what will be the condition of the person who acts on a statement of a person who is less in status than these two prominent Sahaabah or merely follows his whims and fancies and acts contrary to the Sunnah?

9.     When some people disputed with Hadhrat Abdullah bin Umar concerning some Sunan (plural of Sunnah), he said, Have we been ordered to act on the Sunnah of Rasulullah (S.A.W.) or restricted to follow Umar?

10.     When a person requested Ibne Husain to narrate from the Quraan at a time he was narrating from the Ahaadeeth of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam), he became most displeased and said The Sunnah of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) is the Tafseer (explanation) of the Kitaab of Allah and if there was no Sunnah, then we would not known that there are 4 Rakaat of Fara-idh in Zohr, 3 in Maghrib and 2 in Fajr and we would not have known the Zakaah rules in detail, likewise all other laws that have been expanded in the Sunnah, we would not have known.

There are numerous stories and incidents wherein the Sahaabah showed respect to the Sunnah, proving, it is obligatory to act on it and there is warning and admonition on going against the Sunnah.

From amongst the above one incident is:

11.     When Abdullah bin Umar mentioned the saying of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) Do not prevent your women from going to the Masjid, then one of his sons said By Allah we will definitely stop them. Then Abdullah bin Umar was most displeased with him and said I am telling Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) said and you are saying that We will definitely stop them.

12.     When Hadhrat Abdullah bin Mugafhal Mazni who is a Sahaabi of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) saw one of his relatives throwing pebbles with a sling. Then he prevented him and said Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) has prohibited the throwing of pebbles and said that this does not hit the prey nor injures the enemy but breaks the teeth or bursts the eye.

Thereafter he saw him again throwing pebbles and said By Allah, I will never talk to you again for I have informed you that Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) has prohibited pebble throwing, and you (after hearing it) are still doing that.

13.     Imam Baihaqi narrates from the illustrious Tahir Ayub Sahtayani that when you narrate a Sunnah to someone and that person says leave that and inform us from the Quraan alone then know that that person is astrayed.

14.     Imam Auzaaee stated: Sunnah expands the Quraan and not vice versa, meaning that the Sunnah explains the conciseness of the Quraan; general laws are made specific; or laws that are not found in the Quraan are mentioned, as Allah has said:

We have revealed to you the Zikr (Quraan) so that you elucidate it to the people that which has been revealed so that they may think and ponder.

And the words of Rasulullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) have already passed: I have been given the Kitaab and its like (i.e. Sunnah).

15.     Imam Baihaqi narrates from Amr Shabi that he said to some people: When you discard the Aathaar then you will be destroyed (i.e. authentic ahadith)

16.     Imam Baihaqi narrates from Imam Auzaa'ee that he said to some of his companions: When any Hadeeth of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) reaches you, then you should fear to do any other thing for Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) is the propagator from Allah, the Lofty.

17.     Imam Baihaqi narrates from the great Imam Sufyaan Thauri that he said: Complete Ilm (knowledge) is (surely) the Ilm of Aathaar (i.e. authentic ahadith).

Imam Ahmad bin Hambal said, Do you know what Fitnah (a test for Imaan) is? Fitnah is Shirk. Maybe (perhaps) when Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) has rejected some opinion, then in mans heart some disturbances (uneasiness) is created and this (disturbance) destroys him.

18.     Imam Baihaqi narrates from Hanat Mujaddid who is one of the great Tabeeen (Desciple of Sahaabah) that in the words of Allah If you differ in a matter then refer it to Allah and his Rasul- the words refer to Allah denotes the Quraan whilst the words refer to the Rasool denotes the Sunnah.

19.     Imam Baihaqi from Imam Zuhri that he said: Our previous pious Ulamaa used to say that salvation lies in holding the Sunnah firmly.

20.     In his book Rawdhatul Naazir Allama Ibne Qudaamah writes the second source of augmentation in Shariah is the Sunnah of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) and his words are proof, due to the fact that the Quraan is a Miracle and points to it and Allah has ordered obedience to Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) and disobedience to him is the displeasure of Allah, due to the admonition on not following him.

21.     Allama Ibne Katheer under the Ayah (Verse) 36 of Surah al Noor states, by the words His Rasool (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) commands is meant his way, road, Minhaaj, Sunnah, Shariah. Thus all statements and actions will be judged against the statements and actions of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam). Those statements and actions which are in conformity will be accepted and the others rejected, irrespective of how prominent the person saying it, is.

22.     In Saheeh Bukhari, Saheeh Muslim and other books, it is stated that Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) said: Whosoever did an action which we have not ordered, is rejected.

That person should fear and refrain from the acts contrary to the external or internal Shariah of Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) fear lest a disaster befall i.e. in their hearts is Kufr (infidelity), Munaafiqah (hypocrisy) or Bidat (innovation in religion) - or a painful chastisement overtakes them.

23.     Just as Imam Ahmad with his chain of narrators has narrated from Hadhrat Abu Hurairah that Rasoolullah (SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) has stated: The similitude between me and you is like the one who kindled a fire, when it lit its surroundings, the butterflies and winged insects began to put themselves into it, then he began to prevent them from falling into it, but they overpowered him and put themselves into the fire. He said that the example of me and you is similar, I have begun preventing you from falling into the fire! But you are overpowering and dropping yourselves into it.

24.     Allaamah Suyutee writes in one of his book Allah have mercy on you! Know that the Hadeeth which is proven authentic by the principles of Ahaadeeth - whether words or action, if any person rejects it being a proof, then he is a Kaafir (infidel) and out of the fold of Islam, his resurrection will be with the Jews and Christians or from any Kaafir group whom Allah desires.

Concerning the respect for the Sunnah, it is compulsory obedience and admonitions concerning going contrary to the Sunnah are many. Statements from the Sahaabah, the Tabeeen and the Ahl ul Ilm (after them) clearly elucidate this fact.

It is hoped that the Aayaat (Verses of Quraan), Ahaadeeth (Tradition of Prophet SallAllaho alaihe wasallam) and Aathaar (Actions of Sahaabah) narrated, are sufficient and enough for the satisfaction of the heart for the one seeking the Haqq (Truth).

We seek from Allah for ourselves and all Muslims throughout the world to live and act by those things that please Him so that we can achieve His blessings and be saved from His wrath.

May Allah guide us (one and all) to the Straight Path for definitely He is the Listener and the Giver. Aameen!.

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