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Death Of Muhammad (PBUH) Son.

In the Qur'an, Allah Almighty is introducing the Qur'an,
ie His word, and explaining its purpose openly. He is giving glad tidings to those who follow it and frightening those who deny it with punishment. 
           The translation of some verses of the Holy Quran is a service. Read them, understand them, practice them and spread them all over the world. And become a means of bringing all humanity on the path of pleasing Allah Almighty. May Allah Almighty grant us all success.

 1 ... Both happiness and sorrow come from Allah.
 On one occasion, Hazrat Ka'b bin Malik said:
 When Allah Almighty accepted my repentance and I received the good news, I attended the service of the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him). I greeted him. At that time, his face was shining with blessed happiness.

 Whenever the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) heard the good news, his face shone like the blessed moon. He used to share in the happiness of others.
 It is narrated on the authority of Ibn Umar(R.A) that the Messenger of God, may God bless him and grant him peace, said:
  “A Muslim is the religious brother of another Muslim, does not oppress him, does not hand him over to the enemy (but helps him in the face of the enemy) and (remember) the person who needs a Muslim brother He tries to narrate, Allah Almighty narrates his need

Also, whoever removes the grief and suffering of a Muslim brother (whether that grief is greater or less), Allah will save him from one of the great griefs of the Day of Resurrection. He hides the faults of others, Allah will hide his faults on the Day of Resurrection. ”(Bukhari, Muslim).
 For a Muslim, helping others is also a relief While there is guidance on worship and piety.

 the Qur'an and the hadiths of the Prophet (peace be upon him) also teach manners about sorrow and happiness. How to celebrate our joys, what to do in sorrow? All this is our religion. Teaches meticulously because it is very possible that our happiness may be a cause of pain for others, or we may carry sorrow so much that we forget the blessings of Allah.

 Islam has taught manners about this, Etiquette can also bring others closer to our hearts and there is a lesson in sharing the grief of others.
 When a believer is going through a period of happiness and joy, do not consider it as the result of your perfection and the strength of your arm, but keep in mind that it is the grace of Allah, he can take away the blessing at any time. Be thankful.

 The logical conclusion of these Islamic teachings is that on the one hand the servant remains attached to God even in a state of happiness and on the other hand he does not succumb to adversity and failure, despair and heartbreak do not affect his practical strength. The glory of a believer is that he endures grief. Don't complain on the tongue. Tears come out of human nature out of compassion. It is not against patience. But in the state of grief, such methods of expressing grief that take the believer beyond the limits of Shari'ah are not permissible in any way.

 May Allah protect us from trauma and misery, grief and sorrow. Even if these griefs and sorrows reach his will, we must remain steadfast in patience and abide by the Shariah limits.
 It is narrated on the authority of Hazrat Sohaib that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:

 Translation: The matter of the believer is also strange. In every case and in every situation, there is good for him. If happiness and comfort come to him, he gives thanks to his Lord. And this is good for him, and if he When sorrow and grief come, he is patient with it and this patience is also good for him.

 It is narrated on the authority of Abu Imam that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said i.e Allah said

 " O son of Adam! If you have endured grief from the beginning, my pleasure and the intention of reward from me, I will not agree to be given any reward less than heaven.

 It is narrated on the authority of 'Abdullah ibn' Abbaas that the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: If a person is in financial or personal trouble and he does not express it to anyone or complain to the people, then it is the duty of Allaah to They will forgive him.

 It is narrated from Hazrat Anas (RA) that the son of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) Ibrahim was in the lap of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) at the time of Niza(near to die). The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) shed tears. 'Abd al-Rahman ibn' Awf (may Allah be pleased with him) asked, 
"O Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him)! Do you weep too?" The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: O Ibn 'Awf! These are the tears of mercy. Then the tears flowed. Then the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: The eyes are full of tears. The heart is sad and we do not speak with our tongues except that which pleases our Lord.
 Hazrat Ibrahim bin Muhammad (RA) was the son of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and Maria Al-Coptia (RA). He was named on the name of Hazrat Ibrahim (as), the ancestor of the Holy Prophet (sws). 

According to Arab traditions, in his childhood he was entrusted with the care of a midwife named Umm Saif, to whom the Holy Prophet (sws) also gave some goats.
 It is narrated on the authority of Anas bin Malik that I did not find anyone more kind to my family than the Prophet (peace be upon him). Hazrat Ibrahim (may Allah be pleased with him) was a suckling child in Madinah. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to visit them. We were also with the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). When the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) entered this house, it was full of smoke because the husband of the woman was a blacksmith. 

The Prophet (peace be upon him) used to hold him and love him and return after a while. When Hazrat Ibrahim (peace be upon him) died, the 
 It is narrated on the authority of 'Abdullah ibn Mas'ud that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said:
    "He is not one of us who beats his cheeks, tears his collar and cries like the ignorant people of the time."

   Whoever has this happiness and wants to have true love for Allah and His Messenger and for Allah and His Messenger to love him, he should always speak the truth and when someone If the trust is entrusted to him, he should pay it and treat the person living in the neighborhood better.
 For happiness, it is necessary for a person to be thankful for the blessings of Allah and to be satisfied with His blessings.
 The Qur'an describes three states of the soul.
 1. Self-satisfaction
 2. Nafs Amara
 3. Nafs Luama
  If the nafs is inclined towards goodness, man finds happiness in the worship and obedience of Allah Almighty, and he feels peace and contentment by following the rules of Islam, then this nafs is satisfied. Allah Almighty mentions this situation in the 27th verse of Surah Al-Fajr:

 “O contented soul, walk towards your Lord while you are pleased with Him and He is pleased with you.
  So join My servants and enter My Paradise. ”The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) forbade rejoicing over the sorrows of others, hating someone and then harming or harming him. Don't be happy at all.
  Mohammed-peace be upon him-said:

 Translation: "Do not rejoice over the misfortune of your brother. If you do so, Allah may save him from his misfortune and afflict you with it."

 2. Allah tests the believers.

 3. Allah is the Hearer of our prayers.

 4. Allah knows the unseen.

 5. Allah is the Lord of the seven heavens

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