Wishing death upon someone in islam

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Martyr Quotes (73 quotes)

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A Death Wish - Ibraheem Menk

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The best of So he mentioned the prohibition of wishing for death alongside the prohibition on But if a person fears harm or fitnah with regard to his religious.

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All perfect praise is due to Allah; I testify that there is none worthy of worship except Allah and that Muhammad is His Slave and Messenger; as well as his family and all his companions. Humankind is encouraged to seek the forgiveness of Allah The Almighty and repent sincerely for their sins and mistakes so that they may receive His Mercy. However, there are five conditions of repentance, Fear of an evil end had broken the hearts of our righteous Salaf predecessors. It is only those who are evil inwardly and outwardly; those who are daring and indulge in major great sins and who are frequent in committing minor sins. This type of people, who are used to this practice will continue to do so until they die without repenting. This is why our right predecessors feared their ends because no one knows how he will end his life and in which state he will depart.

There is a person on the world stage whom I wish dead. In my opinion, this person engages in evil, ungodly behavior and abets murder of Jews and other people. Is it OK if I pray for God to kill this person? I am not the most learned scholar, but I have never read anything in Scripture that would indicate it is sinful merely to wish someone dead or to ask God for such an outcome? Can I do so?

As far as we know, it is God's decision as to how long each life form is allowed to live. So requesting a change in that decision seems to contradict his plan.
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This chapter contains some Arabic expressions that are used frequently by Muslims in day-to-day life. You will hear them used constantly by Muslims on many occasions. The expressions are given in Arabic first, with English transliteration, followed by meaning and appropriate occasion of use. Also used to ward off bad thoughts, loss of temper or evil. These three expressions are repeated after finishing salaat.


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