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    Six Rights of a Muslim


    The Holy Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam said, “A Muslim has six rights over another Muslim.” When he was asked what they were, Rasool Allah Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam replied, “When you meet him, greet him; when he invites you, accept his invitation; when he seeks goodness from you, give it to him; when he sneezes, say ‘Yarhamuk Allah’; when he is sick, visit him and when he dies, attend his funeral.” (Muslim Shareef Vol 2 Page 213)

    First Right

    From this Hadith we realise that the first right and duty of a Muslim is that he should cheerfully greet his Muslim brother when they meet. The importance and excellence of greeting is proven from the Qur’an and Ahadith.

    In the Holy Qur’an Allah Ta’ala states:
    And when those who believe in Our signs come to you then say to them, 'Peace be upon you,'...
    (Surah An’aam verse 54)

    In the above verse, Muslims are being taught that they should greet fellow Muslims upon meeting them. This affectionate and caring act is loved by Allah Ta’ala as greeting one another is exchanging wishes for peace on each other. The person who is greeted should also cheerfully reply to the greeting with ‘Wa 'Alaikum Salaam.’ Greeting one another is an excellent way in which to strengthen and increase mutual love and friendship.

    SECOND RIGHT

    The second right of a Muslim is that he should accept the invitation of his Muslim brother. It is Sunnah to accept an invitation and following Sunnahs is the means to success in both worlds. Some Ahadith are being presented in relation to accepting invitations and its etiquettes. Read them and act upon them to obtain eternal rewards.

    Accept an Invitation

    Hazrat Abdullah bin ‘Umar Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhuma narrates that Rasool Allah Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam said, “When someone invites you to a Walima, you should certainly attend.” (Bukhari Shareef vol 2 page 777)

    What if there are Multiple Invitations?

    A Companion narrates that the Beloved Prophet of Allah Ta’ala Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam said, “If you receive multiple invitations, accept the invitation of the one whose door is closest, and accept the invitation of the one who invites you first.” (Abu Dawood Shareef vol 2 page 527)

    Going Without Being Invited

    Hazrat Abdullah bin ‘Umar Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhuma narrates that Rasool Allah Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam said, “The person who receives an invitation but does not attend is disobedient to Allah and His Prophet, and the one who attends without an invitation enters like a thief and leaves like a bandit.” (Abu Dawood vol 2 page 525)

    THIRD RIGHT

    The third right of a Muslim towards another Muslim is that he should always wish well for his brother.

    Muslims Are Brothers Unto Each Other:
    Allah Ta’ala states:
    Muslims are brothers, therefore make peace between the two brothers and fear Allah that mercy may be shown to you. (Surah Hujurat, Verse 10)

    Wishing well for Allah Ta’ala means to believe in Him as the One and Only Supreme Lord, to not associate partners with Him, to believe Him to be free from all defects and the embodiment of all superior qualities.

    Wishing well for the Prophet means to accept his Prophethood, to believe in him, to respect and revere him, and to obey and help him.

    Wishing well for the scholars of Islam means to obey them and help them in carrying out their tasks, and wishing well for all Muslims means to fulfil their rights.

    FOURTH RIGHT

    The fourth right of a Muslim is that when his Muslim brother sneezes, he should say, “Yarhamuk Allah” (May Allah have mercy on you).

    Sneezing Liked By Allah Ta’ala

    Hazrat Abu Hurairah Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam said, “Undoubtedly, Allah Ta’ala likes sneezing and dislikes yawning. When one of you sneezes, he should say, ‘Alhamdu Lillah’, and all those who hear it should reply, ‘Yarhamuk Allah.’ Yawning is from Satan. When one of you feels like yawning, he should do his utmost to stop it as Satan laughs when any of you yawns.” (Bukhari Shareef vol 2 page 919)

    What to Say If One Sneezes?

    Hazrat Abu Hurairah Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that the Beloved Prophet of Allah Ta’ala Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam said, “When one of you sneezes, let him say, "Alhamdu Lillah" (Praise be to Allah), and let his brother or companion say to him, "Yarhamuk Allah" (May Allah have mercy on you). If he says, "Yarhamuk Allah", then let [the sneezer] say, "Yahdeekum Allah wa Yuslihu Baalakum" (May Allah guide you and rectify your condition). (Bukhari Shareef vol 2 page 919)

    Reply to One Who Says Alhamdu Lillah

    Hazrat Abu Musa Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam said, “Only reply to the one who sneezes and says ‘Alhamdu Lillah.’ Do not reply to one who sneezes and does not praise Allah Ta’ala.” (Muslim Shareef vol 2 page 413)

    What to Do When One Sneezes?

    Hazrat Abu Hurairah Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu reports that when Rasool Allah Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam would sneeze, he would cover his blessed face with his blessed hand or a cloth and he would sneeze quietly. (Tirmidhi vol 1 page 103)

    FIFTH RIGHT

    The fifth right (duty) of a Muslim is that when his Muslim brother is sick he should visit him. The Arabic word for inquiring on the health of the sick is ‘Ayaadat which means to return. Due to the fact that a person returns time and again to visit the sick it is used in that context for visiting the sick.

    Visiting the sick is a very important moral duty. When a friend, relative, neighbour or any acquaintance is sick, he should be visited and comforted as this earns the Pleasure of Allah Ta’ala. Visiting and comforting the sick is also a blessed Sunnah of the Beloved Prophet Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam. A number of Ahadith are being presented in relation to visiting the sick – act upon them and earn immense rewards.

    SIXTH RIGHT

    The sixth right and duty of a Muslim is that when his Muslim brother dies, he should attend his funeral. Death is a reality which each and every person will taste. No one will be able to escape it. If a brother of yours passes away from this mortal world today it is not a time to be happy as tomorrow it will be your turn. Therefore, when a Muslim brother or sister passes away, act upon the Sunnah and attend their funeral prayer. Performing the funeral Salah and lifting the funeral bier are both means of earning great rewards.

    Lifting the Bier Is Sunnah

    Hazrat Abu Hurairah Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu narrates that Rasool Allah Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam said, “The person who walks with the funeral procession and lifts the bier three times, he has fulfilled the rights of the funeral.”

    The author of Mishkaat states that it is reported in Sharhul Lisaana that Rasool Allah Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam lifted the corpse of Sa’ad bin Mu’aaz Radiallaho Ta’ala ‘Anhu on two planks of wood. (Mishkaat Shareef page 146)

    The only way we can achieve success in both worlds is by following the rules of Islamic society given to us by the Beloved of Allah Ta’ala, Leader of both worlds, Prophet of Mercy Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam Looking for success anywhere else is like looking for sweet water in a desert. Instead of looking towards western culture with yearning eyes, we should try and instil the example of Rasool Allah Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam in all facets of our lives, as the secret to success in both worlds is hidden in that.

    We have to please the King of Makkah
    If he becomes ours, the Mercy of Allah is ours


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    Jazak ALLAH kahir

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    Jazak ALLAH kahir ALLAh pak tofeeq dy hamain ya haq ada karne ki ameen

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