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Shaikh Saalih bin 'Abdil-'Azeez Aali Shaikh said,

"There is no such thing as ”study time” for the student of knowledge! This is because all of his time is spent in seeking knowledge. In the morning and in the evening, his mind is preoccupied with the various issues of knowledge." ~ Al-Manhajiyyah fee Talabil-'Ilm"

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Kindness and Good Manners towards the Children and being patient with them




Anas radiyallahu anhu reported that the Messenger of Allah Sallallahu alayhi wa Sallam had the best manners of all the people. He sent me on an errand one day, and I said: "By Allah, I will not go." But I had in my mind that I will go and do as the Prophet of Allah Sallallahu alayhi wa Sallam had commanded me to do. I went out until i came across some children and they were playing in the street. Then Allah's Messenger Sallallahu alayhi wa Sallam came and caught me by the back of my neck from behind me. He (Anas) said: "So I looked up towards him and he was laughing. So he said: "O Unays (little Anas), did you go where i ordered you to go?" I said: yes, I'm going, O Messenger of Allah." Anas further said: "I served him for nine years but did not know him to ever say for something that i had done 'why did you do that?' nor about a thing that I had left 'why did you not do that?'


Muslim in Kitaabul-Fadaa'il (The Book of Virtues) #2310


Aa'isha radiyallahu anha narrated that the Messenger of Allah Sallallahu alayhi wa Sallam put a child on his lap performing  tahneek for him and then the child urinated on him . So he called for water and then put it on (the place where the child urinated).


al-Bukharee, Kitaabul-Adab (The Book of Manners) in the Chapter "Placing the child on the lap."



Uqbah binul-Haarith said: "I saw Abu Bakr and he lifted al-Hasan and carried him and said, 'May my father be sacrificed for you! (You) resemble the prophet and not 'Alee', while 'Alee was smiling."


al-Bukharee in Kitaabul-Manaaqib, Chapter "The virtues of al-Hasan and al-Husayn"


Tahneek was a custom among the Companions that whenever a child was born they used to seek blessings by taking the child to the Prophet Sallallahu alayhi wa Sallam who would chew a piece of date and soften it with his saliva and then rub inside the child's mouth. Ash Shaykh al-Allaamah bin Yahyaa an-Najmee said: " And I do not see that they (the Companions) did that after the Prophet Sallallahu alayhi wa Sallam (passed away). For indeed they used to come with their children to the Prophet Sallallahu alayhi wa Sallam and he would perform tahneek on them and they did not do it-according to to what I know-with Abu Bakr,and not with 'Umar, and not with anyone other than them. So this proves their consensus on not seeking blessing from other than the Prophet Sallallahu alayhi wa Sallam. so it is a must to not do it and with Allah lies the success."


(Fathur-Rabbil-Wadood (2/369)


Benefit: Aboos-Samh radiyallahu anhu narrated  that the Prophet Sallallahu alayhi wa Sallam said: "Wash the urine of a small girl and sprinkle water for the urine of a small boy." (an-Nasaa'ee #304) and Ibn Madjah(#526) and declared authentic by Imam al-Albaanee. The Permanent Committee mentioned in the 1st question fatwa #627: "Sprinkle (water on) the urine of the boy as long as he doesn't eat solid food. If he eats it, then he washes (the place where the urine is). And as for the girl, then he washes the urine off unrestrictdedly , whether she eats food or doesn't eat food."


Taken from The Book Teaching Children Tawheed By Shaykhul-Islaam Muhammad bin Abdul-Wahhab (d.1206H)

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