ஆசிரியர்: தூய ஜாதி
A person can say anything when they are angry – without truly understanding the consequences of their actions. This includes cursing, swearing, verbally abusing and slandering or backbiting others out of anger.
எனினும், our deen takes a very firm few on all of these things and sternly advises against it.
நபி ஸல் கூறினார்:
“A believer is never a person who scoffs at others, calls them names, or utters vulgar and obscene phrases” [Tirmithi]
மற்றொரு ஹதீஸில், நபி ஸல் கூறினார்:
“The one who starts abusing his fellow Muslim and calling him names bears the sin of both, unless the abused person uses more vulgar phrases than the first” [முஸ்லீம்]
Imaam Al-Nawawi explained this prophetic saying as thus: “This means that the person who starts insulting a Muslim or calling him names will bear the sin incurred by such an act for both of them, unless the second party uses more severe and vulgar phrases than the first”.
If someone slanders another Muslim with that which is not true, then they will be held to severe account for it on the day of Judgement:
நபி ஸல் கூறினார்: “If a person accused his slave of adultery, he will be punished with the retribution set by Allaah on the Day of Judgment unless his slave is really an adulterer.” [புகாரி & முஸ்லீம்]
எனவே, be careful in how you deal with people. And the best of people are those with the best of manners and who restrain their anger. May Allah SWT make us of those who have these beautiful traits ameen.
தூய ஜாதி – உதவி முஸ்லிம்கள் செயல்பயிற்சி ஒன்றாக இணைந்து, ஸ்டே டுகெதர்!