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Submitted by shakeel (Pakistan), Jun 29, 2007 at 17:01

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Please read carefully this hadith,

Prophet (sws) said,

"When you see the evil, stop it by force, but if you cannot do it, then stop it with your tongue, but if you cannot do it too, then hate it in your heart and this is the least of faith."

So I think, Abbas had a least of faith, because he did not use force against pagans, nor he resisted them by tongue.

First, I believe, god is just one and there is no other god besides God. Second, everything is God's and we have nothing of our own. My son is my son because God has made it my son; else I feel no difference in my son and someone else's son

God does not ask Muslims to kill others, I have told it several times. In fact, all human beings are family of God.

Let me tell you one Hadith Qudsi,

Prophet said,

"At the Day of Judgment, God and one man will have this dialogue

God: I came to you, I was hungry, but you did not give food to Me.

Man: Oh Lord, How can you be hungry? …

God: I came to you, I don't have any clothes, but you did not give me any cloth?

Man: Oh Lord, How can you have no cloth?...

…..

…..

Then God will say. My man came to you, he was hungry, you did not give him any food, he hadn't any cloth, you did not give him any cloth to wear….

"

All we know to lie is wrong, but even then we tell lies (Are we mentally deficient? Or we are wrong-doers?).

Those who reject Rasools are not mentally-deficient, they are liars and wrong-doers. So they deserver punishment.

Which is more effective, trimming or washing them daily?

Actually, Rasool is commanded to fight and punish the wrong-doers. Allah punishes the wrong doers by the hands of Rasool and believers, as we both have already read the verse about it.

All you are sympathizing the people who were guilty of treason.

It is because of wives of Prophet, we know that Muhammad was as good a person in his personal life as he was in his public life.

As a matter of fact, Muhammad (sws) gave Safiyah the choice of joining her people who were captives when they were set free or accepting Islam and marring him. She accepted later.

Quran has more right to be believed then Tibri, and in the eye of Allah, man and woman will be rewarded equally.

Then their Lord answered them, `I do not waste the work of a worker among you, be it a male or a female; you are from one another. So those who emigrated, and were expelled from their homes, and were given hurt in My way and who fought and were killed, I will acquit them of their evils, and admit them to gardens underneath which rivers flow __ a reward from God; and with God is the most handsome reward.(3:195)

First, Allah has not given a right to every man to beat his wife. Only those men are allowed to beat, who are maintainers and protector of their women but their women are disobedient to them.

Men are the protectors and maintainers of women. because Allah has given the one more (strength) than the other, and because they support them from their means. Therefore the righteous women are devoutly obedient, and guard in (the husband's) absence what Allah would have them guard. As to those women on whose part you fear disloyalty and ill-conduct, admonish them (first), (next) do not share their beds, (and last) beat (tap) them (lightly); but if they return to obedience, seek not against them means (of annoyance): for Allah is Most High, Great (above you all). (4:34)

Beating means to beat gently and does not mean physical torture; it is a last resort to avoid divorce.

Judiciary will control husband for his transgressions.

Regards

Shakeel

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