Some Reprehensible Terms

Dr. Saalih ibn Ghaanim al-Sadlaan
  • The statement, "My soul has become evil."
  • For one to say, "The people have been destroyed."
  • If one says that, then he himself is ruined.
  • The statement, 'Whatever Allah wills and whatever so and so wills." Instead, one should say, "Whatever Allah wills and then whatever so and so wills." Similarly, one should not say, "if it were not for Allah and so and so." Instead, one should say, "if it were not for Allah and then so and so."
  • The statement, "If I were to do that, I would be a Jew, Christian or free of Islam."
  • It is forbidden to say to a Muslim, "O disbeliever."
  • It is forbidden to say to a hypocrite, "O sir," or "O leader".
  • It is forbidden for a woman to describe to her husband or to any other man the beauty of another woman's body.
  • It is reprehensible to speak too much and at length without restricting oneself to what is beneficial and useful.
  • It is reprehensible to ask common folk difficult questions and get them involved in such discussions with the purpose of making them confused and doubtful.
  • It is not allowed to say that so and so is from the people of Paradise or that so and so is from the people of Hell. Similarly, it is not allowed to say, "May Allah not forgive you," and so forth. Allah has said, "Do not claim purity for yourselves, He knows best who is God-fearing" (al-Najm 32).
  • The statement, "O frustration of time."

islaam

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