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 Chapter 255 - Prohibition of Listening to Backbiting

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PostSubject: Chapter 255 - Prohibition of Listening to Backbiting   Sun Dec 11, 2016 4:02 pm

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Chapter 255

Prohibition of Listening to Backbiting

Allah the Exalted, says:

"And when they hear Al-Laghw (dirty, false, evil vain talk) they withdraw from it.'' (28:55)

"And those who turn away from Al-Laghw (dirty, false, evil vain talk, falsehood, and all that Allah has forbidden).'' (23:3)

"Verily, the hearing, and the sight, and the heart, of each of those ones will be questioned (by Allah).'' (17:36)

"And when you (Muhammad Sallalahu aleihi wa) see those who engage in a false conversation about Our Verses (of the Qur'an) by mocking at them, stay away from them till they turn to another topic. And if Shaitan (Satan) causes you to forget, then after the remembrance sit not you in the company of those people who are the Zalimun (polytheists and wrongdoers).'' (6:68)



 
Hadith 1528


Abud-Darda' radiyallahu anhu said: The Prophet Sallalahu aleihi wa said,

"He who defends the honour of his (Muslim) brother, Allah will secure his face against the Fire on the Day of Resurrection.''
[At-Tirmidhi].


Commentary:
If someone says something disgraceful against a Muslim, one must defend his Muslim brother (or sister, for that matter) and say that what has been stated about him or her is wrong and that he (or she) is free from the accusation made against him (or her).
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 255 - Prohibition of Listening to Backbiting   Sun Dec 11, 2016 4:14 pm

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Hadith 1529


Itban bin Malik radiyallahu anhu said in his long Hadith cited in the Chapter entitled `Hope' reported: When the Prophet Sallalahu aleihi wa stood up to offer As-Salat (the prayer) he Sallalahu aleihi wa asked,

"Where is Malik bin Ad-Dukhshum?''

A man replied: "He is a hypocrite. He does not love Allah and His Messenger.'' The Prophet Sallalahu aleihi wa said,

"Do not say that. Do you not know that he said: La ilaha illallah (there is no true god except Allah),' seeking His Pleasure. Allah has made the fire of Hell unlawful for him who affirms that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].


Commentary: "Allah has made the fire of Hell unlawful'' means that a Muslim will not abide in Hell for ever. The reason is that if a Muslim has committed some major sin and Allah has not pardoned it, then he will certainly suffer its punishment in Hell. He will stay there as long as Allah will. However, he will be later on shifted to Jannah. This Hadith also leads us to the conclusion that the backbiting of a Muslim is forbidden. See the explanation of this Hadith under Hadith No. 418. Chapter 51
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PostSubject: Re: Chapter 255 - Prohibition of Listening to Backbiting   Mon Dec 12, 2016 11:24 am

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Hadith 1530


Ka`b bin Malik radiyallahu anhu said in his long story about his repentance: The Prophet Sallalahu aleihi wa was sitting among the people in Tabuk. He Sallalahu aleihi wa said,

"What happened to Ka`b bin Malik?''

A person from the tribe of Banu Salamah said: "O Messenger of Allah! the embellishment of his cloak and an appreciation of his sides have allured him, and he was thus detained.'' Mu`adh bin Jabal radiyallahu anhu said: "Woe be upon you! You have passed indecent remarks. O Messenger of Allah! by Allah, we know nothing about him but good.'' The Messenger of Allah Sallalahu aleihi wa remained silent. [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].


Commentary:
This Hadith has already been mentioned in detail in the Chapter on Repentance. Here it is repeated to show how important it is to defend a Muslim when someone accuses him in his absence. In the presence of the Prophet Sallalahu aleihi wa a person expressed misgivings about Ka'b bin Malik that his obsession (for fine dress) had prevented him from coming to the battlefield. Mu'adh immediately defended him saying that there was no justification for such misgivings. The Prophet's silence endorsed the stand taken by Mu`adh radiyallahu anhu . This goes to prove that if a Muslim brother or sister is disgraced in his or her absence in a gathering, then it is incumbent on others to defend his or her honour.
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