In Islamic terms, treat relatives as such

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In Islamic terms, treat relatives as such


Every human being has the right of Allah Ta'ala and His servant. Those who sever kinship cannot go to paradise. Allah Ta'ala has given such a stern warning. Islam also has strict guidelines for taking advantage of one's relatives. Keeping the bond of kinship is the root of good fortune and breaking the bond of kinship is the root of misfortune. The weakening of this bond is the cause of the deterioration of the family, society and the state.

In Islamic terms, treat relatives as such

The following are some hadiths on how to treat one's relatives from an Islamic point of view:

1. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Bahaj bin Hakim (RA). He said, the Prophet (peace be upon him) was asked, who deserves the best use? He said, "Your mother." Then who? Your mother. Then who? Your father. Then your closest relatives and your closest relatives. (Tirmidhi, Abu Dawood)

2. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Abdullah bin Salam (RA). The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, O people! Establish peace, provide food, maintain kinship. Pray at night when people are asleep, then go to heaven in peace. (Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah)

3. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Solomon bin Amer (RA). The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Giving to the poor is one thawab and giving to a relative is twice as much. (Charity and protection of kinship) (Tirmidhi, Nasai, Ibn Majah)

4. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Maymuna (RA). He said that when it was revealed to the Prophet (peace be upon him) by releasing a slave girl, he said. If you gave this money to your aunt, it would be a great reward for you. (Bukhari, Muslim)

5. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Jabir bin Samurah. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: When Allaah gives wealth to any of you, let him spend it first for himself and for his family. (Muslim).

. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Abu Horairah (RA), the Prophet (SAW) said, Allah created kinship; Then he said, "Are you not satisfied that I protect the bond of the one who protects your bond: I break the bond of the one who breaks it." (Bukhari, Muslim).

. Hadith: Narrated by Hazrat Abu Horairah. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: The origin of mercy is from mercy. Allah says, ‘Whoever pleases you, I also protect his bond and whoever breaks your bond, I break the bond.’ (Bukhari).

. Hadith: Narrated from Abu Horairah. A man asked the Prophet (peace be upon him), "I have relatives, I want to be kind to them, but they harm me." I am kind to them, but they are cruel to me. He said, "If they do as you say, you will give them hot coals, and as long as you do so, you will have a constant helper from Allah." (Muslim)

9. Hadith: Narrated from Abu Horairah. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Learn from your ancestors how to have kinship with your relatives, because kinship is a way of love within the family, a means of increasing religion and a way to delay death. (Tirmizi)

10. Hadith: Narrated from Abu Horairah. A man said to the Prophet (peace be upon him), I have a dinar (gold coin). He said, "Spend for yourself." He said, I have another dinar. He said, "Spend it for your children." He said, I have another dinar. He said, "Spend it for your wife." He said, I have another dinar. He said, "Spend it for your servant." He said, "I have another dinar." He said, "You know best how to spend it." (Abu Dawood, Nasai)

11. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Ayesha (RA). He said. The Merciful is hanging on the Throne saying that whoever has a bond with me, Allah has a bond with him and whoever cuts me off, He has a bond with him. (Bukhari, Muslim)

12. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Anas (RA). The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Whoever wishes to increase his earnings and delay his death, let him keep the ties of kinship intact. (Bukhari, Muslim)

13. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Anas (RA). He said that Hazrat Abu Talha was the richest of the Ansar among the Ansar. The Birha Udyan in front of the mosque was more dear to him. The Prophet (peace be upon him) used to enter the garden and drink pure water. When this verse was revealed, "Unless you spend what you love, you will not be able to acquire religion at all." Abu Talha came to the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) and said, "I prefer Birha Udyan to my wealth." . I gave it to God Almighty. I hope for its reward from Allah. Spend it according to the command of Allah. Hazrat said, Blessed, blessed. It is a valuable asset. I heard what you said. I hope you distribute it among your relatives. Abu Talha divided it among his relatives and cousins. (Bukhari, Muslim)

14. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Amr bin As (RA). The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: My father's family is not fond of me. My friend is Allah and the righteous among the believers. But the kinship that I have with them, I will defend with all my heart. (Bukhari, Muslim)

15. Hadith: It is narrated from Abu Horairah. He said, "Which charity is the best?" When asked, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, "Give to the poor." Give to relatives first. (Abu Dawood)

16. Hadith: Narrated from Abu Horairah. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: The money that you spend in the way of Allaah, the money that is freed from slavery

The money you spend for the poor, the money you spend for your family, the highest reward is the money you spend for your family. (Muslim)

16. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Jaber bin Motayem (RA). The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: He who breaks the ties of kinship will not go to heaven. (Bukhari, Muslim)

16. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Ibn Umar (RA). The Prophet (peace be upon him) said, it will not be enough to maintain the bond of kinship. Once the bond is broken, reconnecting is the real kinship. (Bukhari)

19. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Abdur Rahman bin Auf (RA). He said that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said, Allah said, ‘I am the Most Merciful. I have created mercy and brought it out of my name. Whoever binds him, I will bind him, and whoever cuts him, I will destroy him. '(Abu Dawood)

20. Hadith: Narrated from Hazrat Abu Bakrah (RA). The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: There is no sin other than rebellion and severing ties of kinship, for which punishment is inevitable in the Hereafter. Nevertheless, he is punished in this world. (Abu Daw

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