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Information about Etiquettes

Published on November 4, 2012

Author: sundayischool



Islamic Etiquettes

EtiquettesIslamic Mannerism

Balance• Allah the Most High said •• …“And eat and drink and be not excessive (therein)…“ )al-A’raaf

Eating & Drinking• Umar bin Abu Salama (RA) reported: Messenger of Allah (PBUH), said to me, "Mention Allahs Name (i.e., say Bismillah before starting eating), eat with your right hand, and eat from what is near you. [Al-Bukhari Book 07, Chapter 65, Hadith # 288]

Eulogizing & Wailing• In a hadîth narrated from „Abdullâh ibn Mas„ûd (RA), that the Prophet (PBUH) said: “He is not one of us who strikes himself on the cheeks, rends his garment and behaves like the people of Jâhiliyyah” (al-Bukhârî and Muslim).

Friday• Buying and Selling is prohibited from the time of first adhan of friday prayer.• One should halt trading and business upon the hearing of first adhan of friday prayer as it is haram to do so.

• O ye who believe! When the call is heard for the prayer of the day of congregation, haste unto remembrance of Allah and leave your trading. That is better for you if ye did but know. [Surah al-Jumua]

Fragrance• Al-Bukhari narrated that Salman Al-Farsi said: the Prophet S.A.W.S. said• “Allah will forgive the sins of the past week for he who on Friday will take a bath, cleanse himself, put on his (regular) pefrume or any perfume available in house. Then, he goes out (to Jumu‟ah prayer) and does not try to separate two friends. The he prays wherever he could and listen to the Imam.”

Bathing• As indicated by a Hadith narrated by Al-Bukhari and Muslim that Abu Huraira said, the Prophet S.A.W.S. said:“It is the duty of every Muslim to have a bath once every week to wash his head and body.”

Rights of a Muslim• Nasai narrates from Hazrat Abu Hurairah that the Holy Prophet said, "There are rights of a Muslim over a Muslim: Responding to salaam, visiting the sick, following the bier (A platform upon which the corpse rests), accepting an invitation (to a meal) and blessing a person who sneezes."

Repent & Keep Clean• Allah loves those who turn to Him constantly (for forgiveness) and He loves those who keep themselves pure and clean. (Quran, 2:222)

Hide the sinsProphet (SAW) has said:• Whosoever covers (the sins of) a Muslim, Allah covers (his sins) on the Day of Judgment. (Reported by Bukhari)

Suspicions & BackbitingAllah Subhanahu wa T‟ala has said:• O you who believe! Avoid much suspicions, indeed some suspicions are sins. And spy not, neither backbite one another. Would one of you like to eat the flesh of his dead brother? You would hate it (so hate backbiting). And fear Allâh. Verily, Allâh is the One Who accepts repentance, Most Merciful. (Quran, 49:12)

Backbiting vs SlanderAllah‟s Apostle (peace be upon him) said:• Do you know what is backbiting? They (the Companions) said: Allah and His Apostle (peace be upon him) know best. Thereupon he (the Prophet) said: Backbiting implies your talking about your brother in a manner which he does not like. It was said to him: What is your opinion about this that if I actually find (that weakness) in my brother which I made a mention of? He said: If (that weakness) is actually found (in him) what you assert, you in fact backbited him, and if that is not in him it is a slander. (Reported by Muslim)

Respect of Parents• A man came to Rasulullah [Sallallahu álayhi wa sallam] and asked, “Who is most worthy of my cordial conduct?” He answered, “Your mother! Your mother! Your mother! Then your father, then the closest to you and then the closest to you.” [Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim]

Elder, Youth, Scholar• Rasulullah [Sallallahu álayhi wa sallam] said, “Whoever does not respect our elders is not of us.” Another version reports that, “Whoever does not respect our elders, is not compassionate to our youth, and does not give our scholars due honour is not of us.” [Ahmad, Hákim and Tabaráni]

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