Sahabah’s Blessings and Your Rights

Sahabah's Blessings and Your Rights

Sahabah is everyone who has ever met the Prophet Muhammad. (S)olollohu ‘alaihi wasallam)believe in Him and die in the faith of Islam, no matter if you are male or female, young or old.

Allah said about the Sahabah:

{The pioneers (in faith) of the Muhajirin (migrants from Mecca to Medina as refugees) and Ansar (the people of Medina) and those who follow their good ways, Allah is pleased with them and they are pleased with Sir. He has prepared heavenly gardens for you, under which rivers flow, where you will live forever. It was a great victory.} (chapter 9 – At-Tawbah: 100).

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Sahabah is the best generation in this community (since the Prophet (S)olollohu ‘alaihi wasallam) officially accepted the mission until the Apocalypse). They are the best in spirit, they are distinguished above all by their straight hearts, extensive knowledge, deep and low demands.

In the community, they are the most knowledgeable generation of Allah’s will through His Qur’an. They know better the will of the Prophet (Sollollohu ‘alaihi wasallam) through His Sunnah. They take the initiative to observe and adhere to the Qur’an and Sunnah. They are the most sincere in their advice and keep the greatest distance from all acts of Bid’ah, modifying religion and following lust and feelings.

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Our responsibilities towards the Sahabah:

1) Recognize what has been proven about their qualities and admit what is true about their virtue.

2) Love them with all your heart and pray for their satisfaction on your lips, when they are the pioneer generation, they have dedicated themselves and sacrificed for Islam many good things.

3) Accept them and behave courteously, respecting them with a pure heart, not hating them or holding a grudge against any of them.

4) Believing that all acts of insulting them, scolding them are strictly prohibited, and, of course, swearing at them, the prohibition is even stronger. Because this is contrary to what in the Qur’an exalts them, praises them and promises them the best.

Furthermore, the act of scolding Sahabah also shows disrespect to the Prophet. (Sollollohu ‘alaihi wasallam) when he taught to love the Sahabah and forbade offending them, he said:

{Do not insult My Sahabahs, swear by Him Who holds My soul in His hands, even if any of you gives a mountain of gold like Mount Uhud, it is not as good as giving a handful of hands and even half of your fists . they are not the same} Al-Bukhari and Muslim.

5) Avoid discussing their fights and believe that all their efforts and struggles are blessed, if they are right they receive two blessings, if they are wrong they receive a blessing and their mistakes are forgiven for their efforts.

6) Be very careful not to spread anything that could be seen as a bad influence on them, because all the bad things that are said about them are usually false, fabricated. It doesn’t matter what bad thing is identified. If that’s what they like, it’s just a little thing. to drown in his sea of ​​merits.

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7) Believing that all Sahabah have different merit, even though they all have outstanding merit. However, the most dominant in Sahabah was the group of four Khulafa Roshidin leaders led by Abu Bakar, followed by the group of ten foretold to Heaven, then those who participated in the battle of Badr, then those who Ridhwan swears under the trees in Hudaibiyah. , etc. Allah Almighty says:

{Certainly there will be no equal among you, who spent wealth and fought before the conquest of Mecca (and those who spent wealth and fought after). Those (who spent their fortune and fought before the conquest of Mecca) would rank higher than those who spent and fought after. However, Allah has promised good rewards for everyone and He is omniscient in what you do.} (Chapter 57 – Al-Hadid: 10).

8) Ask Allah to grant them good, forgiveness, mercy, obeying Allah’s instructions:

{And (there is a section for) those who came after them, praying: “O our God, forgive us the sins of our servants and those who believed before us, do not do it so that there is no resentment in hearts. of the servants against whom they have believed. O God of our servants, You are the Kind, the Merciful.} (chapter 59 – Al-Hashr: 10).