Hadith of the Day: You Know What She Said

Find out what the Prophet (pbuh) said in regards to spreading lies..

Today’s Hadith is about: Spreading Lies About People 

Hadith of the Day: You Know What She Said

You Know What She Said!…
Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wasallam) said: “He who stirs enmity among people, by quoting their words to each other, will not enter Paradise.” [ Bukhari ]

Sadly, this is a typical social malice nowadays. As opposed to patch relations among individuals, Shaytaan has us amped up for conveying stories to one another. “You will have a hard time believing what he did!…Can you imagine what she said?…”

Refuse to listen in to what other individuals have said or done. It is backbiting, just to hear it. On the off chance that what you are being told about isn’t even the truth, it is a significantly greater sin, both for the individual telling it and the individual listening in to it.

In the event that you let yourself know not to believe all that you hear, your heart will nevertheless be corrupted by it. That is the reason the Prophet (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) advised his companions not to say things regarding each other to him, since he would not like to meet them with restlessness in his heart.

On the off chance that Rasul Allah’s affections for individuals had the likelihood of getting soured by hearing stories about them, in spite of his being rehmat-ul-lil-alameen, at that point we are unquestionably not above being defiled by listening in to stories. The ones who convey stories starting with one individual then onto the next, do it in the appearance of well wishers. First they feel for one party. At that point they take what they have gathered to other individuals and sow dissension, destroying relations between individuals, by rehashing things.

An individual who carries on in such a way is being questionable. Rasul Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wasallam) stated: “You find that among the most noticeably awful individuals is somebody who is two-faced, showing one face to a few and another face to other people.”