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A Hadith encouraging fulfilling the needs of a Muslim


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Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Umar (radiyallahu ‘anhuma) related that Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) was asked,

“O Messenger of Allah, which of the people are most beloved to Allah, and which deeds are most beloved to Allah?”

Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “The people most beloved to Allah are those who are most beneficial to the people; and the most beloved deed to Allah is to make a Muslim happy, or remove one of his troubles, or to fulfill his debt, or to satiate his hunger.

Walking to fulfill a need of my Muslim brother is more beloved to me than sitting in i’tikaf in a Masjid for two months. Whomsoever averts his anger, Allah will conceal his faults and whomsoever suppresses his anger while he is able to vent it, Allah will fill his heart with happiness. Whoever walks with his brother to fulfill his need and fulfills it for him, then Allah Ta’ala will make his footing firm [on the bridge] on the day when the footings are shaken. Evil character spoils one’s deeds just as vinegar spoils honey”

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A du’a for protection against an oppressive ruler


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Whoever recites the following du’a will be saved from an oppressive ruler

‘Raditu billahi Rabba wa bil islami dina wa bi Muhammadin Nabiyya wa bil Qurani hakamaw wa imama’

رضيت بالله ربا وبالإسلام دينا وبمحمد نبيا وبالقرآن حكما وإماما

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The six bounties of a martyr (shahid)


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“The martyr (shahid) has six blessings from Allah, he is forgiven from the moment his blood is first shed and will be shown his place in Jannah, he will be spared the trial of the grave, he will be secure on the Day of Qiyamah. A crown of dignity will be placed on his head, one ruby of which is better than this world and all that is in it, he will be married to seventy two (72) maidens of Jannah (hurs) and he will be permitted to intercede for seventy of his relatives.”

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