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30 Signs of the Hypocrites

  1. Falsehood and Lying
  2. Treachery
  3. Showing insolence and licentiousness in argumentation
  4. Breaking one’s promise
  5. Laziness in worship
  6. Showing off
  7. Lack of remembrance of Allah
  8. Hastiness in prayer
  9. Slandering those who give themselves freely to good deeds from among the believers and the righteous
  10. Mocking the Qur’an, the Sunnah and the Messenger, sallallahu `alaihi wa sallam
  11. The protective oath
  12. Disliking to spend for the sake of Allah
  13. Desertion and abandonment of the Muslims
  14. Originating false rumours and causing sedition
  15. Finding fault with Allah’s decree
  16. Bringing down the honour of the righteous
  17. Remaining away from the congregational prayer
  18. Causing mischilef while claiming to establish peace
  19. Outward behaviour contradicting what is in the heart
  20. Fear of unpleasant events, incidents and happenings
  21. False excuses
  22. Commanding the evil and preventing the good
  23. Tying one’s hands back out of stinginess
  24. Forgetting Allah
  25. Denial of the promise of Allah and His Messenger
  26. Concern for the outward appearance and neglect of the innner condition
  27. Eloquence, long-winded speech, boasting and bragging
  28. Lack of understanding of the religion
  29. Not sinning in front of the people (due to fear of them) but showing boldness to Allah by committing sins in secrecy
  30. Rejoicing at the affliction of the believers with a calamity and being saddened at their being touched by joy and pleasure

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The Hypocrites will be in the lowest depths of the Fire: no helper wilt thou find for them” (An-Nisaa’ 4:145)

May Allah (SWT) protect us all from developing any of these qualities and May He Forgive ALL our sins. Ameen

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January 31, 2011 at 6:11 am Leave a comment

Islamic Quotes-1

“You cannot taste the sweetness of worship until you place between you and your desires a wall made out of steel.” – Bishr Ibn al-Harith

“The believer sees his sins as if he is sitting at the foot of a mountain fearing that it might fall on him, while the sinner (fâjir) sees his sins as a fly that lands on his nose, he just waves it away”. [‘Abdullah b. Mas’ûd]

Whoever reflects will find that the noblest and most dignified person of every gathering is the one who is most silent, because silence beautifies the scholar and conceals the faults of the ignorant. — Ibrâhîm an-Nakhâ‘î

Acknowledging your shortcomings is one of the first steps in disciplining yourself. Whoever acknowledges that he has shortcomings has started on the path to self-discipline. It is a sign of Allah’s care when a person tries to change himself and develop. — Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid

Perhaps a great deed is belittled by an intention. And perhaps a small deed, by sincere intention, is made great. — Abdullah ibn Mubarak

If you can’t say “bismillah” (out loud or inside) before an action, you most likely shouldn’t be doing it anyway. — Abdulbary Yahya

The Mother is a school, who, if you raise properly, then you are raising an entire generation of noble descent. The Mother is a beautiful garden, who, when properly preserved with hayaa’, produces many flowers. The Mother is the teacher of teachers, whose many important actions fill the horizon. — Hafith Ibrahim

What you love to have with you in the Hereafter, you should advance today, and what you hate to have with you, you should abandon today. — Salman ibn Dinar

The life of this world is made up of three days: yesterday, which has gone with all that was done; tomorrow, which you may never reach; but today is for you, so do what you should do today. — Hasan Al-Basri

When the person reads it with reflection and he comes across an ayah that he is in need of for curing his heart, he repeats it, even if he does so a hundred times or the whole night. Hence, to recite a single āyah of the Qur’an with contemplation and reflection is better than reciting the Qur’an to completion without any contemplation. It is also more beneficial for the heart and more conducive to attaining iman and tasting the sweetness of the Qur’an. — Ibn al-Qayyim

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