I am not aware of any evidence for not apologizing to a child. Actually it is the opposite, it is ok to apologize. For instance if you bump into the child and not apologize, what do you think that does to him/her? their psychology? For instance children follow by example, if you have more then one child, and you bump into one of them not caring whether ...
Well being disrespectful towards other religions isn't what Islam teaches it's followers. The Prophet(SAW) would engage in discussion with the Jews and used to tell them that Musa(AS) was his brother (showing respect).
Islam encourages it's followers to feel pity for the blind people and help these people to develop the sense of sight. This means that a ...
As with so many other things, Islam only provides general guidelines in these matters and not a specific do or don't-do. In this case, the general guideline is to be respectful to your elders:
`Amr bin Shu`aib (May Allah be pleased with him)on the authority of
his father who heard it from his father reported: Messenger of Allah
(sallallaahu ’alayhi wa ...
That (this) is indeed a noble Qur'an
In a Book kept hidden
Which none toucheth save the purified,
A Revelation from the Lord of the Worlds.
"By no means! Indeed it is a message of Instruction
Therefore, whoever wills, should remember
On leaves held in honour
In the hands of scribes
Noble and pious"
Sura' 80: 11-16
In the ...
It is ok for you to carry the Mushaf in your bag, there is no proof (to my knowledge) that would forbid this. You can try to make sure that the bag you put it in is clean, meaning there is no najis in it.
And Allah knows best.
Kissing the Mushaf if it falls by the Sheikh Saalih al-Fouzaan -may Allah preserve him- [Reference below]
Question: May Allah give you good possessor of excellence, the
Questioner asks: Some people when they drop the Mushaf they kiss it
(after picking it up), so what is the ruling concerning that with
mentioning the proof?
Answer: There is no ...
Love and Respect are the main reasons...
There is some legal aspect to it - as is mentioned in the Hadith (At-Tirmithi, 3545):
It was narrated that Abu Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with him)
said: The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon
him) said: “May his nose be rubbed in the dust, a man in whose
presence I am ...
Love and respect is the ultimate reason for the honorifics for people that sacrificed their whole lives for us. There are also hadiths that encourage praising our Prophet (SAW) - not only by the person that has mentioned him, but also by the people that have heard his name being mentioned. I believe using an honorific after the names of other religious ...
When we make a mistake we should apologize.. more so if it is your child..
Your children learn from you. when you apologize to them you teach them "not to be proud or haughty" and to own their actions whether they are right or wrong.
Apologizing to young ones are actually encouraged in many books on Islamic parenting.
this might help you
Jabir b. ...
Without seeing more it's hard to say what the author meant. Also I'm not sure if he means:
respect to a non-Muslim (as a person)
respect to a non-Muslim's action
If he means action, well if it's a good action then it deserves praise regardless of who's doing it, Muslim or not.
If it's about a non-Muslim person:
About people of the book:
Indeed, those ...
Mufti Akmal answered this question for example here and here regarding the usage of آپ (Aap) in Urdu, I guess it would be a similar case for Hindi:
He says that it is permitted but not appropriate to call Allah as Aap because there is an ambiguity in it whether the singular or plural is meant.
He cites that while Allah himself has used the plural pronoun ...
Raising the voice is a universal sign of disrespect.
Allah (ﷻ) said:
يا أيها الذين آمنوا لا ترفعوا أصواتكم فوق صوت النبي ولا تجهروا له بالقول كجهر بعضكم لبعض أن تحبط أعمالكم وأنتم لا تشعرون
O you who have believed, do not raise your voices above the voice of the Prophet or be loud to him in speech like the loudness of some of you to others, lest your deeds ...
The ultimate purpose for the revelation of the religion of Islam is to teach humanity what it must and should do to prepare for the coming of the Day of Judgment. Everything - and I mean EVERYTHING - is aimed at that one purpose.
"We said, 'Get down from here (Heaven). If, as is sure, there comes to you Guidance from Me, whoever ...
is an incomplete greeting.
And Allah the almighty taught us how to respond:
And when you are greeted with a greeting, greet [in return] with one better than it or [at least] return it [in a like manner]. Indeed, Allah is ever, over all things, an Accountant. (4:86)
so the minimum would be to return it (but that would be incomplete as ...
"Although the father deserves to be warned (of divine punishment) for his sin and neglect of shar‘i duties, disobedient children and those who do not treat their parents kindly are also warned about their actions; it is not permissible to repay mistreatment with mistreatment or wrongdoing with wrongdoing.
Although children are not to be ...
It is haram to say to or about a person who is or died as a believer that he/she is (or will be) in Jahannam (Hell). As we only know that disbelievers will end up in hell:
Indeed, they who disbelieved among the People of the Scripture and the polytheists will be in the fire of Hell, abiding eternally therein. Those are the worst of creatures. (98:6)
In the name of God, the Beneficent, the Merciful
Your question: Is saying “see you in Hell” haram?
[He is] Knower of the Ghaeeb [future and unseen] and the witnessed, the Grand, the Exalted. [13:9]
”Indeed, God [alone] has knowledge of the Hour and sends down the rain and knows what is in the wombs. And no soul perceives what it will earn ...
First and foremost, the person who says it has no right
to say so, because we never know where we will end up and we
cant decide for each other either. Only God can judge us.
So to answer your question, I seriously doubt that a believer would ever say it, because he would just be claiming that he will end up in hellfire. You will be judged in this life ...
In Islam, it is haram to have marital intercourse in front of others, unless the onlooker is a child who doesn't understand what it is.
The correct view concerning this matter is that it is haraam to have
intercourse with a woman in view of anyone, unless the onlooker is a
child who does not understand what is happening; in this case it does
not matter. But ...
The prophet (Saw) has not explicity encouraged the kissing of hands and feet of the eledery and respected, but he has allowed it - as long as there is no risk of it being interpreted as shirk.
In Tirmidhi we find: وعن صفوان بن عسال رضي الله عنه قال: قال يهودي لصاحبه: اذهب بنا إلي هذا النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم الله عليه وسلم فأتيا رسول الله صلى الله ...
According to scholars, it depends if the application is running.
If it's running and the Quran verses are on the screen, then you should be in state of wudu (ritual purity).
What is forbidden is to make the name of God (or any part of His speech) appear in a improper place, or to touch/read it in an improper state.
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