Hadith series Urdu Hadees 21



Drinking of wine will be common. (Saheeh Bukhari & Saheeh Muslim).
Great distances will be traversed in short spans of time (Planes, Boats, Trains, Cars etc). (Muslim).
Books will be widespread but knowledge will be low and the appearance of ignorance. (Bukhari, Muslim, Ibn Majah, & Ahmad).
A man will talk to [Something like] his whip or his shoe. (Telephone?) (Ahmad).
When one steadfast to his religion will be like one holding a burning coal. (Tirmidhi).
Men will begin to wear silk. (Tirmidhi).
Female singers and musical instruments will become popular. (Tirmidhi, Haythami).
Adultery and fornication will be performed in the open. (The Prophet, peace be upon him, said that this has never happened without new diseases befalling the people, which their ancestors had not known). (Bukhari, Muslim, Ibn Majah, & Haythami).
When fornication becomes widespread among your leaders. (This will happen when the people stop forbidding evil). (Ibn Majah).
The consumption of intoxicants will be widespread. (Bukhari & Muslim).
Women will outnumber men, eventually 50 women for 1 man. (Bukhari, Muslim, & Ahmad).
Killing, killing, killing. (Bukhari, Muslim, Ibn Majah, & Ahmad).
The people will say, ‘This person is cool’ and there is not a single grain of Eeman in his hearts (Actors, Singers, Gangsters etc).
The nations of the earth will gather against the Muslims like hungry people going to sit down to a table full of food. This will occur when the Muslims are large in number, but like the foam of the sea.
People will beat others with whips like the tails of oxen. (Muslim).
The children will be filled with rage. (Tabarani, Hakim).
Women will conspire. (Tabarani, Hakim).
Rain will be acidic or burning. (Tabarani, Hakim).
Children of fornication will become widespread or prevalent. (Tabarani, Hakim).
The hour will not come, until tribes of my Ummah will join the Mushrikin, and until some tribes of my Ummah will worship Idols. (Tirmidhi).
By He in Whose hand is my soul! The world shall not pass [away] before there comes upon people a day in which the murderer will not know why he has murdered, nor will the murdered one know why he has been killed. (Muslim).
When a trust becomes a means of making a profit. (Tirmidhi, Haythami).
Gains will be shared out only among the rich, with no benefit to the poor. (Tirmidhi).
Paying zakat becomes a burden and miserliness becomes widespread; charity is given reluctantly. (Tirmidhi & Haythami).
Miserliness will be thrown into the hearts of people. (Bukhari).
When it will be hot in Winter (and vice versa). (Kanzul Umaal).
Episodes of sudden death will become widespread. (Ahmad).
Shirk will be widespread in this Ummah (i.e grave worship etc).
There will be people who will be brethren in public but enemies in secret (He was asked how that would come about and replied, ‘Because they will have ulterior motives in their mutual dealings and at the same time will fear one another’). (Tirmidhi).
When a man obeys his wife and disobeys his mother; and treats his friend kindly while shunning his father. (Tirmidhi).
When voices are raised in the mosques. (Tirmidhi).
People will walk in the marketplace with their thighs exposed. (Tirmidhi).
Stones will fall from the sky [Meteors]. (Narrated by Tirmidhi).
The people of Iraq will receive no food and no money due to oppression by the Romans (Europeans). (Muslim).
People will hop between the clouds and the earth (Airplanes?).
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 20



1. Whoever recites the Qur'an well and clearly is equal in rank to the Angels who record creation's deeds. These Angels are gracious, honorable and of lofty rank. He who finds difficulty in reciting the Qur'an will obtain a double reward.
(Bukhari, Muslim).
2. A person whose breast is devoid of the Qur'an (i.e. has not learnt anything of the Qur'an Majeed) is like a desolate house.(Tirmidhi).
3. A person who recites one letter of the Qur'an, obtains one virtue; each virtue multiplies to ten virtues. I am not saying that (ALM) is one letter. But, Alif is one letter; Laam is one letter and Meem is one letter. (Tirmidhi, Darimi).
4. On the day of Resurrection a crown of such brilliance will be placed on the heads of the parents of one who learnt the Qur'an and practiced on its laws, that its glitter will outshine the brilliance of the sun which penetrates your houses. What then do you think will be the position of the one who himself learnt the Qur'an and acted in accordance with it?
(Ahmad, Abu Dawud).
5. Whoever recites the Qur'an, memorizes it, accepts its halal (lawful things) as halal and haram (forbidden things) as haram (i.e. his beliefs in these matters are correct), Allah, the Exalted, will enter him to Paradise and accept his intercession on behalf of ten such persons of his family upon whom entry into Hell has become incumbent (i.e. Allah will forgive them because of his intercession)."
(Ahmad, Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah, Darimi).
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 19



Narrated Anas Radiyallahu Anh: There was a christian who embraced Islam and read Surat-Al-Baqara and Al-Imran, and he used to write (the revelations) for the Prophet (PBUH). Later on he reverted to Christianity again, and he used to say: "Muhammad PBUH knows nothing but what I have written for him." Then Allah caused him to die, and the people buried him, but in the morning they saw that the earth had thrown his body out. They said, "This is the act of Muhammad PBUH and his companions. They dug the grave of our companion and took his body out because he had run away from them." They again dug the grave deeply for him, but in the morning they again saw that the earth had thrown his body out. They said, "This is an act of Muhammad PBUH and his companions. They dug the grave of our companion and took his body outside it, for he had run away from them." They dug the grave for him as deep as they could, but in the morning they again saw that the earth had thrown his body out. So they believed that what had befallen him was not done by human beings and had to leave him thrown (on the ground). (Sahih Al-Bukhari, Vol.4, Hadith No.814).
QUALITIES OF ALLAH
All that has been revealed in Allah's Book [the Qur'an] as regards the [Sifat] Qualities of Allah Ajjawajal, the Most High, like His Face, Eyes, Hands, Shins, (Legs), His Coming, His (Istawa) rising over His Throne and others, or all that Allah's Messenger PBUH qualified Him in the true authentic Prophet's Ahadith (narrations) as regards His Qualities like [Nuzul], His Descent or His laughing and others, the religious scholars of the Qur'an and the Sunnah believe in these Qualities of Allah and they confirm that these are really His Qualities, without Ta'wil (interpreting their meanings into different things) or Tashbih (giving resemblance or similarity to any of the creatures) or Ta'til, (completely ignoring or denying them i.e., there is no Face, or Eyes or Hands, or Shins for Allah). These Qualities befit only for Allah Alone, and He does not resemble any of (His) creatures. As Allah's Statement (in the Qur'an): (1) "There is nothing like Him, and He is the All-Hearer, the All-Seer". (V.42:11) (2) There is none co-equal or comparable to Him (V.112:4)."
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 18



When a person does a terrible thing, for example murders a child, some people say, “How could God allow this to happen?” This question expresses a misunderstanding of the relationship between Allah and humanity. Allah does not want us to sin. He gives us guidance and commands us not to do evil. But if He were to physically interfere and stop human beings from hurting each other, He would effectively abolish our free will, and we would no longer be human. We would be angels, or we’d be creatures of pure physicality like trees and stars, worshiping Allah through conformity to the natural laws of the universe. To take away our free will would be to strip us of our potential for true piety, bravery and even love. Would you really want to live in a universe without love? What a terrible loss that would be.
So here we are, creatures of choice. Earnest but obstinate. We mess up. We betray ourselves and others, we do terrible things, we feel sadness, shame and regret.
What is Allah’s attitude toward this? He condemns the sins we commit, but He waits for us to repent, and when we do He welcomes us. If we go to Him crawling, He comes to us walking, and if we go to Him walking, He comes to us running, as the Prophet (pbuh) reported in a famous Hadith Qudsi:
“Allah says, ‘I am just as My servant thinks I am, and I am with him if he remembers Me. If he remembers Me in himself, I too, remember him in Myself; and if he remembers Me in a group of people, I remember him in a group that is better than them; and if he comes one span nearer to Me, I go one cubit nearer to him; and if he comes one cubit nearer to Me, I go a distance of two outstretched arms nearer to him; and if he comes to Me walking, I go to him running.’ “ [Sahih Al-Bukhâri, 9/7405 (O.P.502)].
People write to me (personally or through IslamicAnswers.com) and they say, “I have done terrible things, Allah will never forgive me, I am doomed to Hell, I feel like committing suicide.”
This way of thinking is completely wrong. Allah will forgive you. He loves to forgive. That’s why the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) used to ask Allah’s forgiveness seventy times every day even without committing any sin (SubhanAllah!). You are not doomed. You must not take your own life, for that is the ultimate irrevocable sin.
Who do you imagine Allah is speaking to when He says,
“O my servants who have transgressed against their souls! Despair not of the Mercy of Allah. Verily, Allah forgives all sins: for He is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.” (Quran 39:53).
He is speaking to you, and to me, and to every one of us.
The Messenger of Allah (pbuh) said, “One who sincerely repents of his sin is as if he had never committed it. When Allah loves one of His servants, his sins do not harm him. Then he (the Prophet pbuh) recited the verse: ‘Assuredly, Allah loves the oft-repentant and those who always seek to purify themselves.”“
Don’t kill yourself over your past mistakes. I mean this literally and figuratively. Never think that Allah will not forgive. Allah knows that we are creatures prone to sin. He knew it even before He created Adam and Hawaa, but He had His own plan for us, and part of that plan is forgiveness.
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 17



The Holy Prophet s.a.w. said in another Hadith:
A time will come upon the people when there will be a great deal of a (confusion/disturbance). on being asked about he s.a.w. answered: It is killing and robbing, i.e., in those days these crimes will increase by leaps and bounds and human life will become meaner than that of mosquitoes and flies.
The Holy Prophet s.a.w. has said in another Hadith:
A time will come upon the people in which the killer will not know why he killed the victim nor will the victim killed know why he was killed.
Look at the conditions obtaining today in the society which fully confirms the truth of the Holy Prophet's s.a.w. prediction. This is as if the Holy Prophet s.a.w. was seeing these conditions with his own eyes.
In the olden days it was not known who was the killer, but it could be known why the victim was killed, i.e., he was killed by robbers for robbing the victim of his money? or by enemies. Anyway, the cause of the murder became known. What is happening now-a-days? A man is sitting or standing in front of his door, he has no enemies, he is not involved in politics yet some hooligan shoots at him and kills him without any apparent cause. The Holy Prophet s.a.w. has predicted all these events in clear words:
A Hadith about the Holy City of Makkah
It is narrated by Sayyidn'a Abdullah bin Umar that the Holy Propeht s.a.w. said:
Until recently the people were not able to understand the real meaning of this Hadith, but now the meaning has become quite clear to them. The hadith may be translated as under:
When the belly of Makkah will be cleft open and through it will be dug out river-like passage (i.e. tunnels) and the buildings of the Holy City of Makkah will rise higher than its mountains when you observe these signs, then understand that the time of ? (Trial) is near at hand.
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 16



Although they appear here in no particular order, it is important to point out that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said that these last, major signs will follow each other like pearls falling off of a necklace...
Masih ad-Dajjal (The AntiChrist)
The Mahdi
The appearance of Masih al-�Isa (Jesus Christ), the son of Mary (peace be upon him)
Ya�juj and Ma�juj (Gog and Magog)
The destruction of the Ka�bah and the recovery of its treasure
Emergence of the Beast
The smoke
Three major landslides (one in the East, one in the West, and one on the Arabian peninsula)
The wind will take the souls of the believers
The rising of the sun from the west
The fire will drive the people to their final gathering place
Three blasts of the trumpet (fear & terror, death, resurrection)

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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 15



Abu Hurairah (ra) narrated that the Prophet (saw) said: "The Hour will not come to pass until knowledge will be seized, earthquakes occur frequently, time converges, tribulations become widespread, and Al-Haraj occurs often - and it (Al-Haraj) is much killing; and not until wealth increases and flows among you." (Sahih Bukhari)
scholars have different opinions about this saying. Some understand it literally, others say it points  to the nearness of the Day of Resurrection, and yet others say it means that people will not be blessed in their time, and so day and night will go by quickly for them
Abu Hurairah (radiyallahu anhu) narrated that the prophet (sallallahu 'alayhee wa sallam) said: "The hour will not come to pass until knowledge will be seized, earthquakes occur frequently, time converges, tribulations become widespread, and Al-Haraj occurs often - and it (Al-Haraj) is much killing; and not until wealth increases and ...flows among you."
[Bukharee (2/521)]
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 14



How a Muslim defends his brother’s honor?
Islam is a religion of peace, love and compassion. Lies, unjustified suspicion, backbiting, slander and gossips are totally alien to Islam. In fact they are considered amongst the most destructive of major sins.
This is so because these sins sow enmity and discord among the Muslim community (Ummah) and lead to its destruction. They cause hostilities between people of the same household, and between neighbors, friends and relatives.
Islam states that our relationship with mankind should be one of sincerity and responsibility. It should be one where we have respect for the honor, reputation and privacy of others. This beautifull relgion teaches us that we are not only held accountable for our own attitudes and actions but also for anything else over which we have control or influence over, in our society or the world around us.
Those who worship Allah should care for each other in every way; the Muslim community should sustain best moral values of the faith: Mercy, compassion, fear of Allah, piety, and justice.
Allah ordered Muslims to defend, help and stand by each other,
“strong against unbelievers but compassionate amongst each other”[Qur'an 48:29].
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 13



It is doubtless that any intention that harbors idolatry will lead to infidelity, whether it is a matter of statues or anything else. The context of infidelity is belief in itself; as for physical acts in them­selves, some of them are definitely of an infidel nature, like bo­wing to statues, while others are not. If we see, for example, so­meone burning Allah's Book, we will ask the following questions: Is he doing that out of respect and veneration because he found an obliteration in it and he does not want to let it be thrown in the dustbin ? Or is he doing that out of haughtiness and arrogance, in which case he would be committing an objectionable act of infideli­ty ? This shows that certain acts are not good or bad in themselves except when they are related to an intention.
The Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) says : "Acts are determined by their intentionality". And this saying is at the basis of the follo­wing theological ride: "Everything depends on the purpose it is used for"
The question that we should ask is the following: What intentions go hand in hand with the making of a statue or a sculpture ? This is what we will deal with in the following chapter.
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 12



The Muslim observes his Prayers to show devotion and obedience to Allah, because Prayer is one of the greatest forms of worship that Allah likes His servants to offer.
To thank Him for creating us in the best form of creation.
Because He has guided us to the Deen (Complete way of Life, Religion) of Islam.
Prayer is a chance for a Muslim to express to his Lord whatever he feels and needs through Divine Words of Allah i.e. the Qur'an.
To remember his Lord and not forget His commands amid life's pre-occupations.
To ask Allah, The Exalted, to give him aid and continuous guidance in the darkness of life.
To strengthen love and fear of Allah in the Muslim's heart so that he might remain sticking to the Right Path of Islam, and its laws and manners.
Gaining good rewards from Allah and having our sins forgiven.
To rejoice when he finds himself on the Last Day pleased with the great reward allotted to him in the Gardens of Bliss.
Prayer is a unique training and developmental program which, if well and devotedly performed, can achieve for Muslims many valuable physical, ethical and spiritual gains such as cleanliness, health, order, punctuality, brotherhood, equality, social consolidation,… etc.
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 11



In the name of Allah, the Most Merciful, the Most Compassionate
All praise be to Allah, and may peace and blessings be upon the most noble of the Prophets and Messengers
The Prophet (pbuh) said:
“Take benefit of five before five:
your youth before your old age,
your health before your sickness,
your wealth before your poverty,
your free-time before your preoccupation,
and your life before your death.”
(Hakim)
Youth before old age
One of the things that most people take for granted is their youth. When people are young, they are full of energy and are capable of doing so many things for the sake of Allah, but often we see that this energy is wasted in one way or another.
When people lose their youth, they inevitably find it harder to do those deeds and acts of worship that they found somewhat easier to do at a younger age. With old age, people find it harder to keep fard (obligatory) fasts, they may not be able perform wudhu properly or to pray properly, and they may not have the energy to recite the Qur’an very often.
When we are young we are full of energy, and we should use that energy to help others when we can. In order to help those in need, we don’t have to have deep pockets or donate thousands of pounds to charity every month, there are so many ways in which we can benefit others. The Prophet (pbuh) said:
‘Every Muslim has to give in charity… [and if has nothing to give] he should work with his hands … and give in charity (from what he earns)… [and if he can't do that] he should help the needy who appeal for help…’
(Bukhari)
‘Charity’ in Islam does not necessarily mean just giving money. In the Qur’an, charity is referred to as ‘spending out of what Allah has given you’. This reminds us that charity does not have to be purely monetary. It can be given through the spending of energy, talent, resources, or whatever else, to help and do good to those in need, as the Prophet (pbuh) said:
‘Every act of goodness is a charity.’
(Muslim)
It is common to hear young people claim that they will start ‘practising’ Islam when they get older. We should always be mindful of the fact that ‘older’ may never come round for us. We have no guarantee that we will even be alive tomorrow, let alone be alive to see our pensions, or our grandchildren. And even if we are blessed with a long life, how can we be sure that we have the health – physical and mental – to practise Islam? On top of all this, we should remember that people do not just magically become ‘good’ overnight; often, we find that bad habits are hard to shift – what if we can’t get rid of our bad habits when we get old?
Health before sickness
As with our youth, we often take for granted our health. We are advised to take advantage of our good health before we are overcome with illness or disability. What we often don’t realise is that our health is a blessing from Allah. When we are in good health, we take it for granted and don’t always appreciate what we have. It is only when we fall ill that we realise what a great thing we had and how we let it go to waste by not doing as much ‘ibadah (worship) as we know we could – and should – have done.
One example of where people are restricted from carrying out acts of ‘ibadah due to poor health, is fasting. When most people are young and have the health to fast, they don’t make the time or effort to keep nafl (non-obligatory/sunnah) fasts. Often we find that we struggle to keep our fard fasts during Ramadan, and we have no intention at all to keep the sunnah fasts during the rest of the year.
While we have our health, we often find ourselves making excuses for missing optional prayers – ‘I have class/lecture’ – for not making the time to recite or memorise the Qur’an – ‘I have an essay deadline tomorrow’ – or for not attending circles or talks at university or at the mosque.
We need to be aware of the fact that there is no guarantee of our good health. There are so many things that can happen that can leave us full of regret for not having taken advantage of what we had when we had it. What if something was to happen to you on your way home from university or work tomorrow? An accident that can leave you paralysed so that you cannot perform your prayers properly. You may develop health problems that stop you from fasting. You can lose your eyesight so that you cannot see or recite the Qur’an. Any of these things can happen at any time to any one us.
Wealth before poverty
Wealth is another blessing granted to us by Allah. Wealth in this context does not necessarily mean that we have large amounts of savings, or the fact that we can afford a huge house, a top-of-the-range car and a state-of-the-art media system. The simpler things such as a roof over our heads, clothes on our backs and food in our fridges make us amongst the world’s wealthiest people – a fact that we, more often than not, seem to overlook, particularly when we see people that have a lot more worldly possessions than we do. There are millions of people in the world today that don’t even have a drop of clean water to drink, and they don’t know where their next meal will be coming from. These are the people that we need to be helping with our wealth. Even a small donation can go a long way.
We should give as much as we can in the way of Allah, and we are assured of the rewards for doing so by Allah:
‘The likeness of those who spend their money for Allah’s sake, is as the likeness of a grain (of corn), it grows seven ears, every single ear has a hundred grains, and Allah multiplies (increases the reward) for whom He wills, and Allah is All-Sufficient for His creatures needs, All Knower’.
(Al-Baqarah: 261)
Free time before preoccupation
Islam always encourages us to make the most of our time, and to spend as much of it as possible in the way of Allah. We should utilise the time we have available to do as much good as we can, because before we know it, this time will have passed. As mentioned above, we should use the time we have in our youth to do as much in the way of Allah as possible, because as time passes, as well as having to contend with old age and all that entails, we will inevitably have a lot more things to worry about, like jobs, homes and families – things that most of us at this present moment aren’t necessarily worried about. If we think that finding the time to practise Islam is difficult now, what will we do when life really starts to pick up pace? There is nothing wrong with getting married and having a family, but we should appreciate the relative freedom that we have now, and spend as much of it as we can on good deeds.
The concept of time is so important in Islam that Allah swears by it in the Qur’an:
‘By [the token of] Time. Verily Man is in loss, except such as have faith and do good deeds, and [join together] in the mutual teaching of truth, of patience and constancy.’
(Surah Al-‘Asr)
In line with the above aayaat (verses), we have to discipline ourselves by giving value to the importance of time. We should be prompt in doing good deeds, which will increase our faith and subsequently enable us to gain Allah’s pleasure and mercy.
Life before death
The last thing that we have been advised to take advantage of is our life before our death. Every night when we go to sleep, we enter a state where our soul leaves us. When we wake up, it is only because Allah has blessed us by returning our souls and granting us the opportunity to worship Him for at least one more day. Upon waking up in the morning, the Prophet (pbuh) used to say (and we are also encouraged to do the same):
‘Praise be to Allah who gave me life after death, and to Him is the final return.’
(Bukhari)
Often we do not fully appreciate how great a blessing it is to be given another chance. We become relaxed about death, and we don’t fully comprehend or appreciate that at some point – and only Allah knows when – our life will be taken away from us for good, leaving no second chance, no opportunity to make up for the wrongs we have done, and no turning back time. We must not forget what a mercy life is. We should savour every moment and use it to our best advantage. This means pleasing Allah in order to achieve our ultimate goal – Jannah.
Good things don’t just come to us – we have to strive for them, day in and day out. Whether we are at university or at work, or if we are raising a family, to excel at what we do, we know that we have to work hard, and the harder we work, the better the reward. Jannah is no exception to this. And we know that, if we strive hard enough, Allah will reward us with the ultimate prize, insh’Allah.
I’ll end with a final hadith that I feel sums up the importance of all these issues:
‘A man shall be asked concerning five things on the Day of Resurrection: concerning his life, how he spent it; concerning his youth, how he grew old; concerning his wealth, how he acquired it and how he spent it; and what he did with the knowledge he had.’
(Tirmidhi)
I pray that Allah grant us the tawfiq to make the most of all that He has blessed us with, and that He accepts all our efforts insh’Allah.
Anything good is from Allah, anything bad is from me.
Jazakumullahu khairan.
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 10



Amanat is a trust that you leave with someone to be returned in full at a given time and place. Amanat is something that belongs to another person, that he or she gives to you for safe keeping and to abide under the rules of the pact (covenant) he or she made with you.
Khianat is taking something out of what was given to us for safekeeping and betraying the trust of another.
Khianat is detested by Allah SWT
On the day o judgment each promise/pact breaker will have a flag, which will announce what promise or pact he or she violated. This will be the announcement of their violations of their promises, personal or national, publicly decrying their actions for all to see.
(Hypocrites is a foul word in islam, it means someone who overtly says he believes and inside does not, and this is reflected in his actions, Unfortunately we have no way to know who is a hypocrite, but this hadith is to warn us and to look within us to make sure that we do not carry any vestiges of hypocrisy)
Prophet Muhammad PBUH said the person who has these four attributes is a true hypocrite, and if he has even one then he has one-fourth qualities of a hypocrite until he leaves these attributes:
1. When he/she is given an amanat he violates it with Khianat. He betrays the other persons confidence, he does not keep the other persons confidential information secret, he does not complete his duty as promised
2. When he speaks he/she lies.
3. When he promises something he/she betrays his/her promise
4. When he argues he/she becomes verbally abusive
Allah SWT dislikes those who do khianat. Khianat is a sign of hypocrisy.
People can hide the act of their khianat from people but not from Allah.
EXAMPLES OF KHIANAT (INCLUDE THE KHIANAT BY HANDS,FEET AND THE FIVE SENSES)
The betrayal of confidences exchanged between husband and wife, between friends, and betrayal of pacts between nations.
If two people are talking and one of them looks around (sort of to make sure no one else is listening, this is an indicator that he wants this conversation confidential without actually saying so), their word becomes an amanat, especially if someone is taking advice. If two people are talking in confidence softly, then to eaves dropping is also khianat of the ears.
Reading other people’s personal mail, diary,(khianat of the eyes) eavesdropping on phone calls, (kianat of the ears) going into other peoples email without their permission are all acts of khianat.
Even with children: going through their things secretly is also khianat. If one has to investigate one’s own children’s things it should be done in their presence.
Using children to spy on other family members also falls under khianat.
If one desires to break a pact, one should do it publicly (“throw back their covenant to them”)rather than by default.
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 9



Narrated Uthman (may Allah be pleased with him) The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, "The best among you (Muslims) are those who learn the Qur'an and teach it to others."
Islam does not merely makes it incumbent upon Muslims to learn the Qur'an, but also encourages them to be teachers of the Qur'an. Learning the Qur'an is a challenge in itself, being a teacher is even more so. However, neither learning nor teaching the Qur'an is merely an intellectual exercise. It requires a frame of mind that is ready to subject itself to the golden touch of its divine guidance. It is even truer for those who want to educate others about the Qur'an. To be an educator of Qur'an is among the highest and noblest pursuits for Muslims. When Muslims, who have received greater bounties from God in terms of talent and resources, would commit themselves to this pursuit and inspire their progenies to do the same, the Muslim society would chart a new course in history once again. One must remember that the Qur'an has come to change our lives by transforming our vision and outlook, our aspirations and desires, our behavior and personality at both individual and collective level. Limiting the Qur'an to a scope narrower than our entire spectrum of life is a gross injustice to both ourselves and the Qur'an.
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 8



In This Hadith Muhammad PBUH says Allah Loves Three Persons 
One who wake up at night and worship Allah and recites Holy Koran
Second who Pay donation without telling othersThird Person is that who is alone in Jihad Field but he is doing Jihad for Allah only.
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 7



Woe to those who do not know, and woe to those who know and then not working
Knowledge is power and forever , we can follow Koran and Orders of Allah if we know about those orders and we can learn and understand Holy Koran to become a true Muslims and can save ourselves from Hell after death.
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 6



In this Hadith of Last Beloved Prophet Muhammad PBUH says us about our social and Islamic Lives, Muhammad PBUH says you should meet and visit the persons who are not Oblivious  from Allah. Muhammad PBUH says when you will go to visit him, you will feel happy and will Reminds Allah and Prophets and Koran, when he starts to talk, he talks only about Allah , Prophets and Koran, and his life is a model for you for saving yourself from Hell. So we should meet them who are passing their lives according to Koran.

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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 5



Muslims are commanded to perform prayers five times a day. These prayers are obligatory on every Muslim who have reached the age of puberty, with the exception being those who are mentally ill, too physically ill for it to be possible, menstruating, or experiencing post-partum bleeding. Those who are ill or otherwise physically unable to offer their prayers in the traditional form are permitted to offer their prayers while sitting or lying, as they are able. The five prayers are each assigned to certain prescribed times (al waqt) at which they must be performed, unless there is a compelling reason for not being able to perform them on time.
Some Muslims offer voluntary prayers (sunna rawatib) immediately before and after the prescribed fard prayers. Sunni Muslims classify these prayers as sunnah, while Shi'ah consider them nafil.SALAH (Prayer) – the 2nd pillar of Islam, and after death the question that will be asked first time is about Prayers.
So please offer your five time daily prayers regularly

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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 4



In this hadith of our Beloved last Prophet Muhammad PBUH says do not think about yourself ,only, but your other friends,neighbours, relatives, friends,Orphan ,Motherless and poor people, take care all of them told above, Take Care of their Self Respect, do not hurt them with your donations, we are not doing any favor of them but we are giving their share which is granted by Allah to us.
In Islam donation is opposite of interest in Economy,
Donation,  Expiation and  Alms Giving is for Allah, if we donate in our life then its reward will be given by Allah.
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 3



This Hadith of Muhammad PBUH learns us not to be interested in this Temporal  Matter,, Mammonizm   and love with wealth and its storage makes ones heart dead and Teemless  ,, we should think about our next life where we can not be able to do any work for us, after we Pass Away   from this temporary world, we will not be able to be back here to improve our life,.
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Hadith series Urdu Hadees 2



Islam is religion of Peace and Success, so we have a path (Koran and Hadees) to be succeeded in our lives, to solve all secrets and mystryes in Islam one should seek knowledege to achieve success against Satan , Satan is fully enemy of Human Beings. Given Below hadith of Muhammad PBUH says us about the learned man who can solve mystryes of Islam by his knowledge is better than a man who has passed 100 years in Peayerfulness.
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