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Ash-Shirk [i.e. Polytheism] / الشرك بالله

It is an Act of Shirk to Wear Rings or Threads or the Like as a Means of Prevention or Lifting of Afflictions 

 

Allah (swt ), says:

" Say: "Tell me then, the things that you invoke besides Allah - if Allah intended some harm to me, could they remove His harm, or if He intended some mercy for me, could they withhold His Mercy?" Say: "Sufficient for me is Allah; in Him those who trust [the true Believers] must put their trust."" (Qur'an 39:38)

In this verse, Allah (swt ), Most Glorified, Most High commands His Prophet, Muhammad (saas ) to reject those powerless, graven images worshipped by the polytheists, which can neither remove any harm which might befall a person by Allah's Decree, nor prevent any sustenance or blessings which might come to a person from Him. Then He commands him to place his trust in Allah (swt ), for He is Sufficient to bring benefit or prevent harm for all who sincerely depend upon Him.

Benefits Derived From This Verse

1. The obligation to reject the abominable.

2. The falseness of idol-worship.

3. That the removal of harm and the bringing of benefits is only from Allah.

4. The obligation to trust in Allah and depend upon Him, free from dependence upon any other, and this does not conflict with the requirement to take whatever legal measures one can in order to achieve one's objectives.

Relevance of This Verse to the Subject of the Chapter

That it proves that protection from harm is only from Allah (swt ), and so entrusting oneself to any other protector - such as rings, threads etc. is an act of Shirk.

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It is reported on the authority of Umran Ibn Husain (ra ), that Allah's Messenger (saas ) saw a man with a brass ring in his hand, and he asked him: "What is this?" He replied: "It is for protection from al-waahinah."1 The Prophet (saas ) answered:

"Remove it at once, for verily, it will not increase you except in weakness, and were you to die whilst wearing it, you would never be successful." (Narrated by Ahmad, with an acceptable Sanad)

Umran Ibn Husain (ra ) informs us in this Hadith that the Prophet (saas ) saw a man with a brass ring in his hand, and he asked him for what purpose he was wearing it. The man answered that he was wearing it to protect him from illness, at which the Prophet (saas ) ordered him to remove it and informed him that it would only cause him to become weak and not protect him from illness at all, and that should he die while wearing it and believing in its power to protect him, he would not succeed in the Hereafter, nor would he know eternal bliss.

Benefits Derived From This Hadith

1. The permissibility of requesting detailed information by the Mufti. 2

2. The importance of intentions.

3. That the method of reproof and rejection may differ according to the individual concerned, so if there is a likelihood that words of wisdom will suffice, force should not be resorted to.

4. Evidence of the ignorance of the polytheists before Islam.

5. Forbiddance of seeking a cure by the use of that which is prohibited.

6. That the prohibited is of no benefit at all: Even though it may help to some degree, the harm it causes is greater.

7. The ignorant man is not excused from the obligation to seek knowledge.

8. That it is by a person's last actions that he will be judged on the Day of Resurrection.3

Important Note

a) This Hadith does not contradict the Hadith of `Ali Ibn Al-Husain, which is allegedly from the Prophet (saas ), and which states: "Plough (the earth) well, for verily, ploughing is a blessed task. And sow many seeds." This is because the Hadith of `Ali Ibn Al-Husain is mursal 4 - one of the mursal narration of Abu Dawood, and Abu Dawood has not vouched for the authenticity of his mursal narration. But even were it authentic, the reference is to seeds ( جماجم ), according to a large number of scholars, i.e. taking the required precautions to ensure the success of one's endeavours such as planting many seeds to ensure a good crop or using permitted medicines to alleviate illness, not to some supposed treatment for fever, which involved the laying of hands on the skull5 of the patient. Taking such precautions is not to be compared to resorting to the forbidden in order to achieve one's goals.

b) The enquiry made by the Prophet (saas ) might be construed as a rhetorical one, indicating disapproval, and it could also be understood to be a genuine request for more information.

c) Some of the scholars have said that wearing a ring or such like in order to protect oneself against harm is an act of minor Shirk, but what is understood from the Hadith of Umran is that it constitutes major Shirk because it is mentioned in the Hadith that to die while doing so would result in failure to achieve everlasting bliss in the Hereafter. It could be that the definition depends upon the beliefs and intentions of the perpetrator if he believed that it could cure him of itself, without Allah's Help, then it would be major Shirk; while if he believed it be a cause of the cure, while Allah (swt ) is the One Who grants health, then it would be considered to be minor Shirk - and Allah (swt ) knows best.

Relevance of This Hadith to the Subject of the Chapter

That it proves the obligation to reject the wearing of rings, bangles, chains etc. as a means of protection against harm, because bringing good and avoiding harm are the prerogative of Allah (swt ), Alone, and seeking such help from other than Allah (swt ) means associating partners with Him.

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It is also reported by Ahmad on the authority of `Uqbah Ibn A`mir (ra ) in a marfoo' 6 form: "Whoever wore a tamemah, 7 Allah (swt ) will never see his wishes fulfilled, and whoever wears a wada'ah 8 Allah will never grant him peace and tranquility." - and in another narration of Ahmad: "Whoever wears a tamemah has committed an act of Shirk."

`Uqbah Ibn A`mir (ra ) informs us in this Hadith that the Messenger of Allah (saas ) supplicated against every person who wears a talisman or a seashell, believing that it will benefit him without Allah (swt ), that Allah (swt ) will not allow him to achieve any of his goals nor fulfill his wishes or dreams; rather, He will prevent him from ever finding security and tranquility; and he also informed us that any such action is false; indeed, in another narration, he (swt ) informed us that the tamemah is a form of Shirk because its perpetrator believes that it will benefit him without Allah (swt ).

Benefits Derived From This Hadith

1. Denial of any benefit to the one who believes in the use of tamemah or wada'ah.

2. The permissibility of making supplication against the disobedient ones in general.

3. That some of the Companions were ignorant to this extent, so what of those who came after them?

4. That the tamemah is a kind of Shirk.

Relevance of This Hadith to the Subject of the Chapter

That it proves that wearing an amulet or talisman, believing that it can benefit one is an act of Shirk because benefits come only from Allah (swt ), the Almighty, the All-powerful.

..ooOOoo..

It is reported by Ibn Abi Hatim, on the authority of Huzaifah (ra ) that he saw a man with a thread in his hand to protect him from fever; he broke it and recited the Words of Allah (ra ), Most High:

" And most of them do not believe in Allah, except that they associate partners with Him" (Qur'an 12:106)

Huzaifah (ra ) visited a sick man and found him wearing a thread on his wrist; and when he asked the man what was the purpose of it, he told him that it was a protection from fever, at which Huzaifah (ra ) broke it declaring it to be Shirk; and as proof of this, he recited the Words of Allah (swt ), Most High: " And most of them do not believe in Allah, except that they associate partners with Him" - and the meaning of this verse is that many people believe in Allah (swt ), but adulterate their belief with Shirk.

Benefits Derived From This Narration

1. Forbidding the detestable by one's own hand, even though the perpetrator may object.

2. That the use of threads and the like to protect from harm is an act of Shirk.

3. The obligation to reject the detestable.

4. The deep understanding of the Companions, and the breadth of their knowledge.

5. That Shirk is present amongst the people of this Ummah.

6. That the heart of a person may contain faith and Shirk at the same time.

Relevance of This Narration to the Subject of the Chapter

That it proves that the use of threads as protection from harm is an act of Shirk, because protection from harm comes only from Allah (swt ), the Almighty, the All-powerful.

 

Footnotes

1. Al-waahinah: rheumatism.
2. Mufti: An Islamic scholar, who is qualified to deliver formal legal verdicts, based on the Qur'an and Sunnah.
3. See footnote no. 33.
4. Mursal: An incomplete chain of narrators, not reaching to the Prophet (saas).
5. The Arabic word for skulls is also - jamaajim.
6. Marfoo': With a sanad reaching to the Prophet (saas).
7. Tamemah: Talisman or amulet.
8. Wada'ah: A sea-shell resembling an oyster shell.

Kitaab At-Tawheed, Chapter: 5

 

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Sahih ul-Bukhari :: صحيح البخاري

  1. Revelation
  2. Belief
  3. Knowledge
  4. Ablutions (Wudu')
  5. Bathing (Ghusl)
  6. Menstrual Periods
  7. Rubbing hands and feet with dust (Tayammum)
  8. Prayers (Salat)
  9. Virtues of the Prayer Hall (Sutra of the Musalla)
  10. Times of the Prayers
  11. Call to Prayers (Adhaan)
  12. Characteristics of Prayer
  13. Friday Prayer
  14. Fear Prayer
  15. The Two Festivals (Eids)
  16. Witr Prayer
  17. Invoking Allah for Rain (Istisqaa)
  18. Eclipses
  19. Prostration During Recital of Qur'an
  20. Shortening the Prayers (At-Taqseer)
  21. Prayer at Night (Tahajjud)
  22. Actions while Praying
  23. Funerals (Al-Janaa'iz)
  24. Obligatory Charity Tax (Zakat)
  25. Obligatory Charity Tax After Ramadaan (Zakat ul Fitr)
  26. Pilgrimage (Hajj)
  27. Minor Pilgrimage (Umra)
  28. Pilgrims Prevented from Completing the Pilgrimage
  29. Penalty of Hunting while on Pilgrimage
  30. Virtues of Madinah
  31. Fasting
  32. Praying at Night in Ramadaan (Taraweeh)
  33. Retiring to a Mosque for Remembrance of Allah (I'tikaf)
  34. Sales and Trade
  35. Sales in which a Price is paid for Goods to be Delivered Later (As-Salam)
  36. Hiring
  37. Transference of a Debt from One Person to Another (Al-Hawaala)
  38. Representation, Authorization, Business by Proxy
  39. Agriculture
  40. Distribution of Water
  41. Loans, Payment of Loans, Freezing of Property, Bankruptcy
  42. Lost Things Picked up by Someone (Luqaata)
  43. Oppressions
  44. Partnership
  45. Mortgaging
  46. Manumission of Slaves
  47. Gifts
  48. Witnesses
  49. Peacemaking
  50. Conditions
  51. Wills and Testaments (Wasaayaa)
  52. Fighting for the Cause of Allah (Jihaad)
  53. One-fifth of Booty to the Cause of Allah (Khumus)
  54. Beginning of Creation
  55. Prophets
  56. Virtues and Merits of the Prophet (pbuh) and his Companions
  57. Companions of the Prophet
  58. Merits of the Helpers in Madinah (Ansaar)
  59. Military Expeditions led by the Prophet (pbuh) (Al-Maghaazi)
  60. Prophetic Commentary on the Qur'an (Tafseer of the Prophet (pbuh))
  61. Virtues of the Qur'an
  62. Wedlock, Marriage (Nikaah)
  63. Divorce
  64. Supporting the Family
  65. Food, Meals
  66. Sacrifice on Occasion of Birth (`Aqiqa)
  67. Hunting, Slaughtering
  68. Al-Adha Festival Sacrifice (Adaahi)
  69. Drinks
  70. Patients
  71. Medicine
  72. Dress
  73. Good Manners and Form (Al-Adab)
  74. Asking Permission
  75. Invocations
  76. To make the Heart Tender (Ar-Riqaq)
  77. Divine Will (Al-Qadar)
  78. Oaths and Vows
  79. Expiation for Unfulfilled Oaths
  80. Laws of Inheritance (Al-Faraa'id)
  81. Limits and Punishments set by Allah (Hudood)
  82. Punishment of Disbelievers at War with Allah and His Apostle
  83. Blood Money (Ad-Diyat)
  84. Dealing with Apostates
  85. Saying Something under Compulsion (Ikraah)
  86. Tricks
  87. Interpretation of Dreams
  88. Afflictions and the End of the World
  89. Judgments (Ahkaam)
  90. Wishes
  91. Accepting Information Given by a Truthful Person
  92. Holding Fast to the Qur'an and Sunnah
  93. ONENESS, UNIQUENESS OF ALLAH (TAWHEED)

Verses Of The Holy Quran :: آيات القرآن الكريم

1. Al-Ftihah
2. Al-Baqarah
3. آl-'Imrn
4. An-Nis'
5. Al-M'idah
6. Al-An'm
7. Al-A'rf
8. Al-Anfl
9. At-Taubah
10. Ynus
11. Hd
12. Ysuf
13. Ar-Ra'd
14. Ibrahm
15. Al-Hijr
16. An-Nahl
17. Al-Isr'
18. Al-Kahf
19. Maryam
20. TH.
21. Al-Anbiy'
22. Al-Hajj
23. Al-Mu'minn
24. An-Nr
25. Al-Furqn
26. Ash-Shu'ar'
27. An-Naml
28. Al-Qasas
29. Al-'Ankabt
30. ArRm
31. Luqmn
32. AsSajdah
33. AlAhzb
34. Saba'
35. Ftir / AlMal'ikah
36. YSn.
37. As-Sfft
38. Sd.
39. Az-Zumar
40. Ghfir
41. Fussilat
42. Ash-Shra
43. Az-Zukhruf
44. Ad-Dukhn
45. Al-Jthiya
46. Al-Ahqf
47. Muhammad / Al-Qitl
48. Al-Fath
49. Al-Hujurt
50. Qf.
51. Az-Zriyt
52. At-Tr
53. An-Najm
54. Al-Qamar
55. Ar-Rahmn
56. Al-Wqi'ah
57. Al-Hadd
58. Al-Mujdilah
59. Al-Hashr
60. Al-Mumtahinah
61. As-Saff
62. Al-Jumu'ah
63. Al-Munafiqn
64. At-Taghbun
65. At-Talq
66. At-Tahrm
67. Al-Mulk
68. Al-Qalam
69. Al-Hqqah
70. Al-Ma'rij
71. Nh
72. Al-Jinn
73. Al-Muzzammil
74. Al-Muddaththir
75. Al-Qiymah
76. Al-Insn / Ad-Dahr

77. Al-Mursalt

78. An-Naba'
79. An-Nazi't
80. 'Abasa
81. At-Takwr
82. Al-Infitr
83. Al-Mutaffifn
84. Al-Inshiqq
85. Al-Burj
86. At-Triq
87. Al-A'l
88. Al-Ghshiyah
89. Al-Fajr
90. Al-Balad
91. Ash-Shams
92. Al-Lail
93. Ad-Duha
94. Ash-Sharh
95. At-Tin
96. Al-'Alaq
97. Al-Qadr
98. Al-Baiyinah
99. Az-Zalzalah
100. Al-'Adiyt
101. Al-Qri'ah
102. At-Takthur
103. Al-'Asr
104. Al-Humazah
105. Al-Fl
106. Quraish
107. Al-M'n
108. Al-Kauthar
109. Al-Kfirn
110. An-Nasr
111. Al-Masad
112. Al-Ikhls / At-Tauhd
113. Al-Falaq
114. An-Ns

Transliteration Of Verses Of The Holy Qur'an :: نقحرة آيات القرآن الكريم

1 1. Al-Ftihah
2. Al-Baqarah
3. آl-'Imrn
4. An-Nis'
5. Al-M'idah
6. Al-An'm
7. Al-A'rf
8. Al-Anfl
9. At-Taubah
10. Ynus
11. Hd
12. Ysuf
13. Ar-Ra'd
14. Ibrahm
15. Al-Hijr
16. An-Nahl
17. Al-Isr'
18. Al-Kahf
19. Maryam
20. TH.
21. Al-Anbiy'
22. Al-Hajj
23. Al-Mu'minn
24. An-Nr
25. Al-Furqn
26. Ash-Shu'ar'
27. An-Naml
28. Al-Qasas
29. Al-'Ankabt
30. ArRm
31. Luqmn
32. AsSajdah
33. AlAhzb
34. Saba'
35. Ftir / AlMal'ikah
36. YSn.
37. As-Sfft
38. Sd.
39. Az-Zumar
40. Ghfir
41. Fussilat
42. Ash-Shra
43. Az-Zukhruf
44. Ad-Dukhn
45. Al-Jthiya
46. Al-Ahqf
47. Muhammad / Al-Qitl
48. Al-Fath
49. Al-Hujurt
50. Qf.
51. Az-Zriyt
52. At-Tr
53. An-Najm
54. Al-Qamar
55. Ar-Rahmn
56. Al-Wqi'ah
57. Al-Hadd
58. Al-Mujdilah
59. Al-Hashr
60. Al-Mumtahinah
61. As-Saff
62. Al-Jumu'ah
63. Al-Munafiqn
64. At-Taghbun
65. At-Talq
66. At-Tahrm
67. Al-Mulk
68. Al-Qalam
69. Al-Hqqah
70. Al-Ma'rij
71. Nh
72. Al-Jinn
73. Al-Muzzammil
74. Al-Muddaththir
75. Al-Qiymah
76. Al-Insn / Ad-Dahr
77. Al-Mursalt
78. An-Naba'
79. An-Nazi't
80. 'Abasa
81. At-Takwr
82. Al-Infitr
83. Al-Mutaffifn
84. Al-Inshiqq
85. Al-Burj
86. At-Triq
87. Al-A'l
88. Al-Ghshiyah
89. Al-Fajr
90. Al-Balad
91. Ash-Shams
92. Al-Lail
93. Ad-Duha
94. Ash-Sharh
95. At-Tin
96. Al-'Alaq
97. Al-Qadr
98. Al-Baiyinah
99. Az-Zalzalah
100. Al-'Adiyt
101. Al-Qri'ah
102. At-Takthur
103. Al-'Asr
104. Al-Humazah
105. Al-Fl
106. Quraish
107. Al-M'n
108. Al-Kauthar
109. Al-Kfirn
110. An-Nasr
111. Al-Masad
112. Al-Ikhls / At-Tauhd
113. Al-Falaq
114. An-Ns

Sahih Muslim :: صحيح مسلم

Sahih Muslim :: صحيح مسلم

  1. The Book of Faith (Kitab Al-Iman)
  2. The Book of Purification (Kitab Al-Taharah)
  3. The Book of Menstruation (Kitab Al-Haid)
  4. The Book of Prayers (Kitab Al-Salat)
  5. The Book of Zakat (Kitab Al-Zakat)
  6. The Book of Fasting (Kitab Al-Sawm)
  7. The Book of Pilgrimage (Kitab Al-Hajj)
  8. The Book of Marriage (Kitab Al-Nikah)
  9. The Book of Divorce (Kitab Al-Talaq)
  10. The Book of Transactions (Kitab Al-Buyu`)
  11. The Book Pertaining to the Rules of Inheritance (Kitab Al-Farai`d)
  12. The Book of Gifts (Kitab Al-Hibat)
  13. The Book of Bequests (Kitab Al-Wasiyya)
  14. The Book of Vows (Kitab Al-Nadhr)
  15. The Book of Oaths (Kitab Al-Aiman)
  16. The Book Pertaining to the Oath, for Establishing the Responsibility of Murders, Fighting, Requital and Blood-Wit (Kitab Al-Kitab Al-Qasama wa'l-Muharabawa'l-Qisas wa'l-Diyat)
  17. The Book Pertaining to Punishments Prescribed by Islam (Kitab Al-Hudud)
  18. The Book Pertaining to Judicial Decisions (Kitab Al-Aqdiyya)
  19. The Book of Jihad and Expedition (Kitab Al-Jihad wa'l-Siyar)
  20. The Book on Government (Kitab Al-Imara)
  21. The Book of Games and the Animals which May be Slaughtered and the Aninals that Are to be Eaten (Kitab-us-Said wa'l-Dhaba'ih wa ma Yu'kalu min Al-Hayawan)
  22. The Book of Sacrifices (Kitab Al-Adahi)
  23. The Book of Drinks (Kitab Al-Ashriba)
  24. The Book Pertaining to Clothes and Decoration (Kitab Al-Libas wa'l-Zinah)
  25. The Book on General Behaviour (Kitab Al-Adab)
  26. The Book on Salutations and Greetings (Kitab As-Salam)
  27. The Book Concerning the Use of Correct Words (Kitab Al-Alfaz min Al-Adab wa Ghairiha)
  28. The Book of Poetry (Kitab Al-Sh`ir)
  29. The Book of Vision (Kitab Al-Ruya)
  30. The Book Pertaining to the Excellent Qualities of the Holy Prophet (may Peace be upon them) and His Companions (Kitab Al-Fada'il)
  31. The Book Pertaining to the Merits of the Companions (Allah Be Pleased With Them) of the Holy Prophet (May Peace Be Upon Him) (Kitab Al-Fada'il Al-Sahabah)
  32. The Book of Virtue, Good Manners and Joining of the Ties of Relationship (Kitab al-Birr was-Salat-l-wa`l-Adab)
  33. The Book of Destiny (Kitab-ul-Qadr)
  34. The Book of Knowledge (Kitab Al-`Ilm)
  35. The Book Pertaining to the Remembrance of Allah, Supplication, Repentance and Seeking Forgiveness (Kitab Al-Dhikr)
  36. The Book of Heart-Melting Traditions (Kitab Al-Riqaq)
  37. The Book Pertaining to Repentance and Exhortation to Repentance (Kitab Al-Tauba)
  38. Pertaining To The Charateristics Of The Hypocrites And Command Concerning Them (Kitab Sifat Al-Munafiqin Wa Ahkamihin)
  39. The Book Giving Description of the Day of Judgement, Paradise and Hell (Kitab Sifat Al-Qiyamah wa'l Janna wa'n-Nar)
  40. The Book Pertaining to Paradise, Its Description, Its Bounties and Its Intimates (Kitab Al-Jannat wa Sifat Na'imiha wa Ahliha)
  41. The Book Pertaining to the Turmoil and Portents of the Last Hour (Kitab Al-Fitan wa Ashrat As-Sa`ah)
  42. The Book Pertaining to Piety and Softening of Hearts (Kitab Al-Zuhd wa Al-Raqa'iq)
  43. The Book of Commentary (Kitab Al-Tafsir)

Sunan Abu Dawud :: سنن أبي داؤد

Sunan Abu Dawud :: سنن أبي داؤد

  1. Purification (Kitab Al-Taharah)
  2. Prayer (Kitab Al-Salat)
  3. Prayer (Kitab Al-Salat): Details of Commencing Prayer
  4. Prayer (Kitab Al-Salat): Detailed Rules of Law about the Prayer during Journey
  5. Prayer (Kitab Al-Salat): Prayer at Night
  6. Prayer (Kitab Al-Salat): Detailed Injunctions about Ramadan
  7. Prayer (Kitab Al-Salat): Prostration while reciting the Qur'an
  8. Prayer (Kitab Al-Salat): Detailed Injunctions about Witr
  9. Zakat (Kitab Al-Zakat)
  10. The Rites of Hajj (Kitab Al-Manasik Wa'l-Hajj)
  11. Marriage (Kitab Al-Nikah)
  12. Divorce (Kitab Al-Talaq)
  13. Fasting (Kitab Al-Siyam)
  14. Jihad (Kitab Al-Jihad)
  15. Sacrifice (Kitab Al-Dahaya)
  16. Game (Kitab Al-Said)
  17. Wills (Kitab Al-Wasaya)
  18. Shares of Inheritance (Kitab Al-Fara'id)
  19. Tribute, Spoils, and Rulership (Kitab Al-Kharaj, Wal-Fai' Wal-Imarah)
  20. Funerals (Kitab Al-Jana'iz)
  21. Oaths and Vows (Kitab Al-Aiman Wa Al-Nudhur)
  22. Commercial Transactions (Kitab Al-Buyu)
  23. Wages (Kitab Al-Ijarah)
  24. The Office of the Judge (Kitab Al-Aqdiyah)
  25. Knowledge (Kitab Al-Ilm)
  26. Drinks (Kitab Al-Ashribah)
  27. Foods (Kitab Al-At'imah)
  28. Medicine (Kitab Al-Tibb)
  29. Divination and Omens (Kitab Al-Kahanah Wa Al-Tatayyur)
  30. Dialects and Readings of the Qur'an (Kitab Al-Huruf Wa Al-Qira'at)
  31. Hot Baths (Kitab Al-Hammam)
  32. Clothing (Kitab Al-Libas)
  33. Combing the Hair (Kitab Al-Tarajjul)
  34. Signet-Rings (Kitab Al-Khatam)
  35. Trials and Fierce Battles (Kitab Al-Fitan Wa Al-Malahim)
  36. The Promised Deliverer (Kitab Al-Mahdi)
  37. Battles (Kitab Al-Malahim)
  38. Prescribed Punishments (Kitab Al-Hudud)
  39. Types of Blood-Wit (Kitab Al-Diyat)
  40. Model Behavior of the Prophet (Kitab Al-Sunnah)
  41. General Behavior (Kitab Al-Adab)

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