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Love in the light of Hadith and Quran | Islamic Girls Guide

Love in the light of Hadith and Quran


Love in the light of Hadith and Quran | Islamic Girls Guide
Love-in the-light-of-Hadith-and-Quran | Islamic Girls Guide


The combination of four letters is a very short word love which is called Mohabbat in Arabic and Love in English. This means, feeling, attraction, pull of the heart; Which Allah gives in the heart of man creatively. Generally, there are two types of love: (1) legal and sacred (2) illegal and impure. The relationship that modern young men and women from before marriage is called illegitimate and unholy love.

And holy love means love of Allah and the Prophet (peace be upon him), love of parents towards children, love of husband and wife, etc. God has sent us to earth as the best of creation. No other creature has given us superiority over animals.


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Even the Ummah of the best last Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) has made us. Therefore, every Muslim should first of all love Allah, the Creator of the universe, and our last Prophet and beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).

In this time of immorality, not only the common people but also the Muslims of conservative families are getting involved in love problems. The question for many frustrated people is, what is the way out of this situation? I am trying to shed light on this issue on a small scale.

The Qur'an says, "There is no sin on you if you propose marriage to women by word of mouth or keep it to yourself." Allah is All-Knowing, All-Forgiving, All-Patient. '(Surat al-Baqara: 235)

‘And the protected girls are lawful for you, whether they are from the group of believers or from the People of the Book. But the condition is that you will be their protector through marriage by paying their dowry. You will not be able to have free sexual intercourse and you will not be able to love in secret .... '(Surat al-Ma'ida: 5)

If we look at the hadith, we can see that 'Abdullah ibn Mas'ud (R) has narrated that we were some young men with the Prophet (peace be upon him), And we had nothing. In this case, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) called us. O youth! Let those of you who are able to marry. Because marriage restrains his gaze and protects the place of shame, and he who cannot afford to marry, let him fast. Because, fasting will suppress his sexuality- (Sahih Bukhari, Hadith No. 506)

This is a Saheeh hadeeth. One thing that is clear from this is that young adults are encouraged to marry if they can afford it. If someone likes it, they are asked to send a marriage proposal directly. Making love is strictly forbidden. Seeing the end times, maybe ‘haram-love’ has become easy and ‘halal-marriage’ has become difficult. Again, many people have such an attitude that they will love, make it halal by marrying it after being established in society. But the matter is so simple! A man liked someone; Had illicit relations; Then he got married to make it halal!

If the matter were so simple, Allah would not have used the word 'haram'. The word ‘haram!’ It is too heavy! Then I see the issue of consent in marriage. It has been narrated in Hadith
‘Narrated by Abu Salamah (R). Abu Hurairah (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated to them that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah is upon him) said: No widow can be married without her consent and no virgin can be married without his permission. The people asked, O Messenger of Allah! How will his permission be taken? He said that his permission was to remain silent. -Sahih Bukhari, Hadith No. 5137. '

‘A’ishah (R) narrated that he said that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: A woman whose guardian has not given her in marriage has her marriage annulled, her marriage annulled, her marriage annulled. If the husband has intercourse with her, she will be entitled to the dowry. In case of disagreement between them, in the case of one who does not have a guardian, the ruler is his guardian - Jame At-Tirmidhi, Hadith No. 189. '

Then it turns out that in a marriage, only the consent of the son is enough. But in the case of marriage of an adult daughter, the consent of both the guardian and the daughter is equally important. In this context, it can be said that if someone likes, the first thing to do is to get married by informing the parents of both. But in the context of our society, parents do not want to accept the matter so easily. So, in this case, the parents have to explain the principles of Islam in a beautiful way. If they still do not agree, then their decision must be accepted.

It is narrated in the hadeeth: 'Abdullah ibn' Amr (may Allaah be pleased with him) narrated that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: The satisfaction of Allaah is in the satisfaction of the father and the displeasure of Allaah is in the displeasure of the father.- (515) No. 1899. '
Anas (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated that when the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was asked about the grave sin, he said: Associating partners with Allah, disobeying parents, killing someone, and giving false testimony - Bukhari, Hadith No. 2653. '

Parents cannot be disobedient. Even if you don't like their decision, you have to accept it. Above all, we have to pray to God a lot more. May Allah protect us from the whispers of Satan. Give the grace to know and obey the rules of Islam correctly. Forgive our mistakes and accept good deeds. (Amen)
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