08 April 2020   14. Sha'aban 1441
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In Islam the heirs to a deceased estate and their respective shares have been prescribed by the Shariah. It is an act of great injustice to deprive an heir of his/her rightful share unless the reason for depriving him/her is established in the Shariah e.g. disbelief, killing of the deceased, etc.

A Muslim must be mindful of those around him and avoid causing even the slightest inconvenience to anyone. A common problem experienced in Ramadan is excessive burping in Salah, especially in Taraweeh. The odour that emanates from the mouth causes inconvenience and is offensive to other Musallees.

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Hazrat Anas (RA) narrates that Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said: “That is the prayer of the hypocrite: he sits watching the sun until it turns pale, then he gets up and hurriedly performs four Rakats in which he only remembers Allah a little.” (Sahih Muslim, Sunanut Tirmizi, Sunan Nasai)

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A Muslim is indeed distinctive in his faith and identity. The outlook of a believer is unique and attuned to the beautiful teachings of Islam. Hence, it is not becoming of a Muslim to imitate the ways and mannerisms of others.

It is prohibited to attend the funeral service, prayer or procession of a non-Muslim. This is an explicit command of the Noble Quran.

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Allah Ta'ala says in the Noble Qur'an: “O Children of Adam! We have bestowed you with clothing to cover yourselves and as an adornment, but the clothing of piety – that is the best. That is from the signs of Allah that perhaps they will become conscious. (Surah A'raaf V.26)

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