Hadith Quotes (51 quotes)
Intimate parts in Islam
In such cases, God gets them entangled with their enemies in this world while, on the Day of Judgment, they shall be made to suffer punishment and chastisement. The recommendations and rewards related to fulfilling the needs of the people have been emphasized in such great measure that one is left amazed that despite this great path available for procuring the success in the hereafter, how very few are those who make the best of it. Imam Sadiq peace be upon him has stated: Fulfilling a need of a Mu'min brother is better than liberating a thousand slaves and giving a thousand horses for jihad in the path of God. Despite all the emphasis, it is the whisperings of the Shaitaan and attachment to the world, which prevent man from helping out the others. I owe a person a debt but do not possess any money to repay it and so he intends to hurl me into prison.
It might be defined as the biography of Muhammad perpetuated by the long memory of his community for their exemplification and obedience. The development of Hadith is a vital element during the first three centuries of Islamic history, and its study provides a broad index to the mind and ethos of Islam. Tradition in Islam is thus both content and constraint, Hadith as the biographical ground of law and Sunnah as the system of obligation derived from it. In and through Hadith, Muhammad may be said to have shaped and determined from the grave the behaviour patterns of the household of Islam by the posthumous leadership his personality exercised. There were, broadly, two factors operating to this end.
Exposing the intimate parts of the body is unlawful in Islam as the Quran instructs the covering of genitals, and for adult females the breasts. Exposing them is regarded as sin. Precisely which body parts must be covered varies between different schools of Islamic thought. The Quran admonishes Muslim women to dress modestly and cover their breasts and genitals. None of you shall approach to any that is near of kin to him, to uncover their nakedness. I am the LORD .
All of the revealed scriptures place great emphasis on helping others. In Islam, helping others and solving their problems is not only an important virtue, it is also a profound act of worship. Allah likes it so much when we help others that He forgives us our sins for something as simple as moving some thorns out of the path where people walk. He moved these out of the way. Allah so esteemed his virtuous act that He granted him forgiveness. The deed that he had performed was to cut down and removed a tree from the path that was causing trouble to passers by. Allah does not only grant forgiveness for those who engage in such virtuous deeds, but in His infinite mercy, he makes their account easy on the Day of Judgment.