Category Archives: Anger

Anger Management


A Warning from Anger- no matter the Reason. This is because anger lures its victim into practicing acts that necessitate punishment such as murder, speaking negatively of others, destroying property, abstaining from being good to others and similar issues that … Continue reading

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Advice to the Husbands who constantly threaten their Wives with Divorce when Angry – By: Shaykh Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah)


Shaykh Uthaymeen: My advice to these men is for them to be men in the true sense of the word, and they should control themselves and not give in to anger. A man said to the Prophet, peace and blessings … Continue reading

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Who is the fasting person?


Imaam Ibnul Qayyim (rahimahullaah) said: The fasting person is the one whose limbs abstains from sins, his tongue (abstains) from lying, lewdness and false speech, his stomach (abstains) from food and drink and his private parts (abstain) from obscenity. When … Continue reading

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Does Anger Break The Fast?


Question: During Ramadan, if something angers a person thus while he is angry he begins to insult and curse, does this invalidate his fast or not? Answer: That does not invalidate his fast, but it decreases his reward. Thus it … Continue reading

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The Pillars of Kufr (i.e. disbelief and disobedience) are Four


1. Kibr i.e. arrogance, which prevents him from submission, (to the command of Allah) 2. Hasad i.e. jealousy, which prevents him from accepting advice and giving it. 3. Ghadab i.e. anger, which prevents him from being just. 4. Sha`wah i.e. … Continue reading

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