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Dispel disunity and hatred in the Ummah


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#1 ummitaalib

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Posted 07 March 2017 - 01:23 PM

Dispel disunity and hatred in the Ummah

 

 

Allah gives many opportunities and occasions for a person to be forgiven. But amidst many thousands and millions that Allah forgives, there is one category of people who are always derived from this mercy. These are people who harbor enmity, malice and rancor  in their hearts for their fellow Muslim brothers/sisters.

 

Here are some guidelines from Quran and Hadith that will help us dispel and remove this sickness of hatred, bad blood and enmity.

 

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al-miftah

 


My avatar says:   "Laa tahzan, innallaaha ma'anaa" - Do not grieve, indeed Allah is with us [Qur'an 9:40]

 

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