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 Chapter 6 - Neighbours

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PostSubject: Chapter 6 - Neighbours   Chapter 6 - Neighbours EmptyMon Aug 28, 2023 5:43 pm



55. The recommendation to be kind to neighbours


Hadith 101  


'A'isha radiyallah anha reported that the Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa , said,

"Jibril, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, kept on recommending that I treat neighbours well until I thought that he would order me to treat them as my heirs."



Hadith 102

Abu Shurayh al-Khuza'i  radiyallahu anhu reported that the Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa said,

"Anyone who believes in Allah and the Last Day should be good to his neighbours. Anyone who believes in Allah and the Last Day should be generous to his guest. Anyone who believes in Allah and the Last Day should be say what is good or be silent."



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56. The neighbour's due



Hadith 103

Al-Miqdad ibn al-Aswad   radiyallahu anhu  reported that the Messenger of Allah,   Sallalahu aleihi wa  asked his Companions about fornication and they said, "It is unlawful. Allah and His Messenger have made it unlawful." He  Sallalahu aleihi wa said,

"It is less serious for a man to fornicate with ten women than for him to fornicate with his neighbour's wife."

Then he Sallalahu aleihi wa  asked them about stealing. They replied, "It is unlawful. Allah and His Messenger have made it unlawful." He  Sallalahu aleihi wa said,

"It is less serious for a man to steal from ten houses than it is for him to steal from his neighbour's house."





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57. Begin with the neighbour



Hadith 104

Ibn 'Umar radiyallahu anhu  reported that the Messenger of Allah,  Sallalahu aleihi wa  said,

"Jibril kept on recommending that I treat my neighbours well until I thought that he would order me to treat them as my heirs."




Hadith 105

Mujahid  radiyallahu anhu reported that a sheep was slaughtered for 'Abdullah ibn 'Amr radiyallahu anhu . He asked his slave, 'Have you given any to our Jewish neighbour? Have you given any to our Jewish neighbour? I heard the Messenger of Allah,  Sallalahu aleihi wa , say, 'Jibril kept on recommending that I treat my neighbours well until I thought that he would order me to treat them as my heirs.'"



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Hadith 106

Same as 101.



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58. You give to the neighbour whose door is the nearest to you


Hadith 107

'A'isha radiyallah anha  said, "I said, 'Messenger of Allah, I have two neighbours. To whom should I give my gifts?' He replied, 'To the one whose door is nearer to you.'"


Hadith 108

Same as 108 with a different isnad.




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59. The nearest and then next nearest neighbour



Hadith 109

Al-Hasan was asked about the neighbour and said, "The term 'neighbour' includes the forty houses in front a person, the forty houses behind him, the forty houses on his right and the forty houses on his left."



Hadith 110

Abu Hurayra radiyallahu anhu said, "Do not begin with your more distant neighbours before the closer ones. Rather begin with your nearest neighbours before the most distant ones."





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60. The person who shuts his door against his neighbour




Hadith 111

Ibn 'Umar  radiyallahu anhu said, "There was a time when no one was more entitled to a person's money than his Muslim brother. Now people love their dirhams and dinars more than their Muslim brother. I heard the Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa  say, 'How many a neighbour will be brought together with his neighbour on the Day of Rising! He will say, "Lord, this man closed his door to me and refused to show me common kindness!"'"






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61. A person should not eat his fill without seeing to his neighbour



Hadith 112


Ibn 'Abbas radiyallahu anhu  told Ibn az-Zubayr, radiyallahu anhu  "I heard the Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa say,

'A man is not a believer who fills his stomach while his neighbour is hungry.'"







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62. When there is a lot of stew, it is divided between the neighbours



Hadith 113


It is reported that Abu Dharr  radiyallahu anhu said, "My dear friend,  Sallalahu aleihi wa  enjoined three things on me: 'Hear and obey, even if the ruler is a slave with his limbs amputated. When you cook a stew, put a lot of water in it and then go and see the people of a neighbouring house and give them a reasonable amount of it. Pray the prayers at their proper prayers. Then if you find that the imam has already prayed, you have guarded your prayer (by already having performed it). If not, it is a supererogatory prayer (since you have done it again)."




Hadith 114

Abu Dharr radiyallahu anhu  reported that the Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa  said, "Abu Dharr! If you cook some stew, make a lot of it and fulfil your duty to your neighbours (or divide it among your neighbours)."






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63. The best neighbour



Hadith 115

'Abdullah ibn 'Amr ibn al-'As radiyallahu anhu  reported that the Messenger of Allah,  Sallalahu aleihi wa  said, "The best of companions in the sight of Allah Almighty is the best of them towards his companion, and the best of neighbours in the sight of Allah is the best of them towards his neighbour."



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64. The righteous neighbour


Hadith 116

Nafi' ibn 'Abdu'l-Harith  radiyallahu anhu  reported that the Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa , said,

"Part of the happiness of the Muslim man includes a spacious dwelling, righteous neighbour and a good mount"


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65. The bad neighbour



Hadith 117

Abu Hurayra  radiyallahu anhu said, "Part of the supplication of the Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa was, "Oh Allah, I seek refuge with you from an evil neighbour in the Eternal World. A neighbour in this world can be changed.



Hadith 118

Abu Musa  radiyallahu anhu  reported that the Messenger of Allah,  Sallalahu aleihi wa , said,

"The Final Hour will not come until a man kills his neighbour, his brother and his father."



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66. A person should not injure his neighbour


Hadith 119

Abu Hurayra  radiyallahu anhu  said, "The Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa  was asked, 'Messenger of Allah! A certain woman prays in the night, fasts in the day, acts and gives sadaqa, but injures her neighbours with her tongue.'

The Messenger of Allah,  Sallalahu aleihi wa said, 'There is no good in her. She is one of the people of the Fire.'

They said, 'Another woman prays the prescribed prayers and gives bits of curd as sadaqa and does not injure anyone.'

The Messenger of Allah,  Sallalahu aleihi wa , said, 'She is one of the people of the Garden.'"




Hadith 120



'Umara ibn Ghurab reported that an aunt of his told him that she asked 'A'isha, Umm al-Mu'minin,  radiyallah anha "If a woman's husband desires her and she refuses to give herself to him either because she is angry or not eager, is there anything wrong in that?"

"Yes," she radiyallah anha  replied. "Part of his right over you is that if he desires you when you are on a saddle, you must not refuse him."

She said, "I also asked her, 'If one of us is menstruating and she and her husband only have a single cover, what should she do?'

She radiyallah anha  replied, 'She should wrap her wrapper around her and sleep with him. He can have what is above it. I will tell you what the Prophet, Sallalahu aleihi wa , did on one of his nights with me. I had cooked some barley and made loaf for him. He came in, stopped at the door, and then went into the masjid. When he wanted to sleep, he closed the door, tied up the waterskin, turned the cup over and put out the light. I waited for him and he ate the loaf. He did not go until I fell asleep.

Later he felt the cold and came and got me up. "Warm me! Warm me!" he said. I said, "I am menstruating." He said, "Then uncover your thighs," so I uncovered my thighs and he put his cheek and head on my thighs until he was warm. Then a pet sheep belonging to our neighbour came in. I went and took the load away. I disturbed the Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa , and he woke up, so I chased the sheep to the door. The Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa said, "Take what you got of your loaf and do not injure your neighbour's sheep."'"




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Hadith 121

Abu Hurayra  radiyallahu anhu  reported that the Messenger of Allah,  Sallalahu aleihi wa said,

"A person whose neighbours are not safe from his evil will not enter the Garden."



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67. A woman should not disdain anything which her female neighbour gives her,
even if it is only the hooves of a sheep



Hadith 122

'Amr ibn Mu'adh al-Ashhali reported that his grandmother said, "The Messenger of Allah,  Sallalahu aleihi wa said, 'Believing women! Do not let any of you women disdain her female neighbour's gift, even if it is only a burnt sheep's hoof.'"



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Hadith 123

Abu Hurayra radiyallahu anhu  reported that the Messenger of Allah,  Sallalahu aleihi wa said,

"Muslim women! Muslim women! A woman should not disdain her female neighbour's gift, even if it is only a sheep's hoof."



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68. The neighbour's complaint


Hadith 124

Abu Hurayra  radiyallahu anhu said, "A man said, 'Messenger of Allah, I have a neighbour who does me harm.' He  Sallalahu aleihi wa said,

'Go and take your things out into the road.'

He took his things out into the road. People gathered around him and asked, 'What's the matter?' He replied, 'A neighbour of mine injures me and I
mentioned it to the Messenger of Allah, Sallalahu aleihi wa  He told me, "Take your things out into the road."' They began to say, 'O Allah, curse him! O Allah, disgrace him!' When the man heard that, he came out to him and said, 'Go back to your home. By Allah, I will not harm you.'"




Hadith 125


Abu Juhayfa  radiyallahu anhu said, "A man complained to the Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa about his neighbour. The Prophet  Sallalahu aleihi wa said,

'Take your bags and put them in the road and whoever passes them will curse him.' Everyone who passed him began to curse that neighbour. Then he went to the Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa , and said, 'How many people I met!' He said, 'The curse of Allah is on top of their curse!' Then he told the one who had complained, 'You have enough,' or words to that effect."



Hadith 126

Jabir radiyallahu anhu  said, "A man came to the Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa  to complain to him about the enmity of his neighbour. While he was sitting between the Corner and the Maqam, the Prophet,   Sallalahu aleihi wa   approached with a man who was wearing a white garment. They went to the Maqam where they were praying for the dead. He went up to the Prophet,  Sallalahu aleihi wa, and said, 'May my mother and my father be your ransom, Messenger of Allah! Who is this man I see with you wearing the white garment?' 'You saw him?' he asked. 'Yes,' the man replied. He  Sallalahu aleihi wa said,

'Then you have seen much good. That was Jibril, may Allah aleyhi salam the Messenger of my Lord. He kept on recommending that I treat my
neighbours well until I thought that he would order me to make them my heirs.'"





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69. Someone who harms his neighbour until he forces him to leave


Hadith 127

Thawban radiyallahu anhu  said, "When two men cut each other off for more than three days and one of them dies, then they both die while relations between them are severed and both of them are destroyed. There is no man who wrongs his neighbour to the extent that he forces him until he makes him leave his home who is not destroyed."



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70. A Jewish neighbour


Hadith 128

Mujahid said, "I was with 'Abdullah ibn 'Amr  radiyallahu anhu while his slave was skinning a sheep. He said, 'Boy! When you finish, start with the Jewish neighbour.' A man there exclaimed, 'Jewish? May Allah correct you!' He  radiyallahu anhu replied, 'I heard the Messenger of Allah,  Sallalahu aleihi wa
recommend that we treat our neighbours well until we feared (or we thought) that he would order us to make them our heirs.'"





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