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RasoolAllah Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam ke Pasandidah o Na Pasandidah Log



✦ "RasoolAllah Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam ke Pasandidah o Na Pasandidah Log" ✦ The Most Beloved & The Most Disliked ✦

Urdu Translation: Hazrat Jabir RadiyAllahu Anhu se Riwayat hai ke RasoolAllah Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam ne Irshad Farmaya: Qayamat ke din mere sab se zyadah Mahboob aur Qareeb tar wo log honge jo Tum mein sab se zyadah Umdah Akhlaq wale hon, aur sab se zyadah Mujhe Na pasand aur sab se zyadah Mujhse door 3 Qism ke log honge:

❶ Bahot zyadah Fuzool baten karne wale.
❷ Baat baat mein dusron ko dabane aur un ke Haq mein bad zubani karne wale.
❸ Takabbur karne wale.

[Urdu Ref :: Jami at-Tirmidhi :: Vol. 1 :: Hadith 2084]

Jabir RadiyAllahu Anhu narrated that the Messenger of Allah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said: "Indeed the most beloved among you to me, and the nearest to sit with me on the Day of Judgment is the best of you in character. And indeed, the most disliked among you to me, and the one sitting furthest from me on the Day of Judgement are the Thartharun, and the Mutashaddiqun and the Muthafaihiqun. " They said: "O Messenger of Allah! We know about the Thartharun, and the Mutashaddiqun, but what about the Muthafaihiqun?"' He said:"The arrogant."

[Jami at-Tirmidhi :: Vol. 4 :: Book 1 :: Hadith 2018]

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Jabir bin 'Abdullah (May Allah be pleased with them) said: The Messenger of Allah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said, "The dearest and the closest of you to me on the Day of Resurrection will be those who are the best in behaviour; and the most hateful and the farthest from me on the Day of Resurrection will be the talkative and the most pretentious and the most rhetorical."[At-Tirmidhi].

[Riad as-Salihin :: Book 18 :: Hadith 1738]

Commentary:
► Ath-Thartharoon (talkative) is the plural of Tharthar, which comes from the word Thartharah, meaning to speak repeatedly in an artificial manner.

► Mutashaddiqoon (loud-mouthed) is the plural of Mutashaddiq, which means a person who speaks loudly to display his eloquence.

►Mutafaihiqoon is the plural of Mutafaihiq, which is from the word Fihq, meaning to fill.

This Hadeeth is a reference to those people who speak in a loud and lofty manner. All these characteristics of speech are indicative of artificiality and affectation which are condemned by the Sharee'ah, and people having these defects will be far away from the Prophet (peace be upon him) and will face the Wrath of Allaah.

Islam likes simple, polite and natural style of conversation. In fact, all moral virtues will be a means of Allaah's Pleasure. May Allah enable us to adopt these virtues.
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