Al-Birr and Joining Relations

Her Anger Here is Misplaced
Her Anger Here is Misplaced
I already have a child and my wife is again pregnant. We invited our mother to stay with us, and she came bringing along with her three of my brother's children, which has taken a heavy toll on our budget, and which forced me to borrow money. If I support my mother and send back my nephews, am I undutiful to my mother? She is insisting for me to take care of her grandchildren. And is the following saying correctly attribute to 'Ali: "Whoever angers his parents is undutiful."?

Tags : narazi, anger, bivi, wife, waldah, mother
They Severed Ties With Him Because He Refused to Fulfill Their Rights
They Severed Ties With Him Because He Refused to Fulfill Their Rights
I have three aunts (my father's sisters); the oldest lives next door to us, the next lives with her dauther, and the last with her husband. All three of them have severed all ties with me for a dispute between us. The four of us have jointly inherited a land; they wanted to sell that land without my permission and without any of us knowing their share in that land. I conviced the buyer and returned to him the money he paid my aunts, but I don't benefit from the price of the properties. I traveled and left them to take the proceeds of the crops from the land and to live in the house, on the condition that they don't know anything to the land (for example, selling it). After they severed ties with me, I have isolated myself from them, but I fear that I will be punished for breaking ties with my family. What is the ruling in the situation?

Tags : severe ties, qataa taaluq, haq talfi, refused to fulfill rights, zameen, land
I Want to Learn The Islamic Branches of Knowledge, but My Father Refuses
I Want to Learn The Islamic Branches of Knowledge, but My Father Refuses
I want to learn the Shari'ah sciences, but my father is forcing me to learn the worldly sciences. What should I do?

Tags : deeni ilm, islamic knowledge, walid, father, arsi aloom, worldly sciences
My Father's Sustenance is Unlawfully Derived
My Father's Sustenance is Unlawfully Derived
If my father's income is derived through unlawful mean, can we eat the food he brings home? If not, what should we do?

Tags : walid, father, kamai, sustenance, haram, unlawful
Striving for Sustenance is Legislated Struggle
Striving for Sustenance is Legislated Struggle
I am twenty-five years old and I adhere to the orders of Allah. My brothers and I are orphans and we used to live solely on the charity of others. Then I went for Jihad in Afghanistan for three years. When I returned, I started to work, but I found no desire to work and observe the rules of others. Am I sinning if I don't work? Can I take from my brothers' income and spend from it by inviting over friends?

Tags : rizq kamana, striving for sustenance, sharan mustehsin, legislated struggle, yateem, orphan
How to Deal with a Friend who does not Pray
How to Deal with a Friend who does not Pray
I have a friend who is very dear to me, who has a very high and noble character. His problem, though, is that he doesn't pray. As I said, I love him for his good manners. I don't know whether I should continue my friendship with him. O noble Shaykh, I would like to know how to impress the importance of prayer upon him. But if he persists in not praying, should I leave him?

Tags : benamaz, who does not pray, dost, friend, mamla, deal
In their Merriment, they Backbite
In their Merriment, they Backbite
My relatives enjoy merriment, but while in a state of levity, they backbite, play cards, spread rumors, and commit other sinful acts. Can I sit with them? Most of them are not only close relations to me, but are also close friends.

Tags : tash k khel, play cards, gheebat, backbite, gunah, sin
If Your are not Able to Prevent Evil, at Least Avoid it
If Your are not Able to Prevent Evil, at Least Avoid it
Our family gatherings are replete which evil - backbitting, smoking, card playing, and watching television dramas. I cannot stop them or even speak against their actions, because if I did, they will label religious people and verbally attack scholars, as they are wont to do. Should I avoid their gatherings and avoid contact with them. What should I do?

Tags : burai, evil, taqat, ability, gunaah, sin
The Ruling on Rising for a Newcomer to a Gathering
The Ruling on Rising for a Newcomer to a Gathering
This is a question about the ruling on standing: I was sitting in a gathering when a man entered; all those who were present rose except for me; I remained seated. Should I have risen? Did they sin by standing?

Tags : khara hona, rising, naya aany wala, newcomer, gunaah, sin
His Wife's Sister Despises Him
His Wife's Sister Despises Him
A man married a girl whose sister hates him, a sister who tried her best to stop her sister from marrying him. But Allah decreed the marriage to take place. The husband requested his wife to abstain from keeping any contact with her sister, to avoid any discord that might result from her meddling. The wife refused, arguing that if she did so she would be severing the ties of kinship which is against the legislation of the relition. Additionally the husband has insisted on her severing relation with sister. May you be rewarded.

Tags : bivi, wife, bahan, sister, keena, despises

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