This concept comes from a weak chained Hadith:
إِنَّ الْغَضَبَ مِنْ الشَّيْطَانِ وَإِنَّ الشَّيْطَانَ خُلِقَ مِنْ
النَّارِ وَإِنَّمَا تُطْفَأُ النَّارُ بِالْمَاءِ فَإِذَا غَضِبَ
Anger is from Shaytan and Shaytan is made from fire. Verily fire is
put out with water, so if any of you become angry, then make Wudu'
If you take an oath, you must fulfil it. But in Islam, for an oath to be valid, there are some conditions:
It has to be taken in Allah's name or his attributes.
The one taking the oath must be sane and mature. And should do so
with free will and clear intention. Similarly, if he takes an oath
involuntarily, or unintentionally, in a state of excitement, the ...
I quote here a relevant passage in the Qur'an:
And do not insult those they invoke other than Allah, lest they insult Allah in enmity without knowledge...
Here, Allah clearly dissuades Muslims from a particular course of action due to the risk of it causing others to sin in retaliation. This implies that you as the instigator could ...
Our philosophies for what God should or should not be are irrelevant. God does get angry. It says so in Qur'an:
غَيْرِ الْمَغْضُوبِ عَلَيْهِمْ - not of those who have evoked Your anger
وَغَضِبَ اللَّـهُ عَلَيْهِ - Allah has become angry with him
His anger like all His other attributes is not like human anger.
لَيْسَ كَمِثْلِهِ شَيْءٌ - There is nothing ...
In Islam combating vices of the ego and the flesh are usually referred to as "the greater jihad" or "jihad against the ego (or nafs in Arabic)", wherein jihad means 'struggle.' The term is rooted in a tradition wherein the Holy Prophet describes jihad with the self to be the greater jihad, while jihad with the external enemy being the lesser.
In scholarly ...
At the first place, there is no hitting each other in anger in Islam. Everyone is supposed to be patient and forgive each others' deeds. Hitting is not the solution.
Although, this is a bit out of context, but I thought could be helpful,
And if you fear dissension between the two, send an arbitrator from his people and an arbitrator from her people. If they ...
According to Islam, you cannot do more than the disadvantage which the second person caused …. (apparently)
But I assume it is better to mention that according to the holy Quran,
: «ادْفَعْ بِالَّتی هِیَ أَحْسَنُ»
Fend (repel) the hardness(badness) by goodness
Of course seemingly according to Islam, (in the mentioned issue if someone hits you), ...
There are ahadith which describe the importance of controlling anger:
Abu Huraira reported: I heard Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) as saying: One is not strong because of one's wrestling skillfully. They said: Allah's Messenger, then who is strong? He said: He who controls his anger when he is in a fit of rage. -- Sahih Muslim 2609 b (sunnah.com; also Al-Adab Al-...
Walaikum Assalam wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu,
Don't feel like that. It may be a trick from Shaytan. Pray Salah and ask help from Allah. Ask Allah to forgive your sins, ease your difficulties.
If you don't pray you would be sinful and Shaytan will be happy.
For anger problem, see this link
I hope it will be helpful. May Allah ease your difficulties. Aameen
Minor mistakes or doing things as you have free will to which are not harming anyone in real is not sinful act. you are not arguing is may increasing your reward and you may see that in here life too but keep that in mind those who face similar situation are usually end up doing same with others and then they suppose to get sin for hurting ...
Section o8.7 part of The Reliance of the Traveller (a Shafi'i fiqh book) contains a description of the relevant action that makes someone a disbeliever:
(11) to say that a Muslim is an unbeliever (kafir) (dis: w47) in words that are uninterpretable as merely meaning he is an ingrate towards Allah for divinely given blessings (n: in Arabic, also "kafir");
Yes you are :) Not all sins are blasphemy. By cussing, you've committed a sin (and seems like you regret your actions so make tawbah/repent) but you have not rejected the deen so you're fine, sister :)
My suggestion would be to find a better way to release your anger.
These are all common problems almost everyone goes through.
A wise person is one who understands them and tries to stay away and when he/she is afflicted with one of these, he/she knows and tries to cure himself/herself of it.
The highest level is to work on increasing your taqwa and tawakkul. One way to do it is by fasting. You control your gaze while ...
With respect to your question that you inquired if this immediately makes him a non-Muslim or not, so, as a rule, (as far as I know) it doesn’t need to pass the time to become non-Muslim, actually whoever confesses that he is not a Muslim anymore, then we ought to consider him as a non-Muslim.
With respect to your second question that you inquired if so, ...