Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) sternly advised his followers: "The best of you is he who is best to his family and I am the best among you to my family.” By saying this, he reminded the us to emulate his behavior when dealing with their own families.

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The Prophet (pbuh) looked far back into history & evoked ties of kinship going back centuries, when he enjoined good treatment of the people of Egypt & said to companions: "You will conquer Egypt, which is known as the land of al-qirat (i.e. where coins are minted) so when you conquer it, treat its people well, for they have protection (dhimmah) and the ties of kinship (rahm)." Or he said: ". . . protection and the relationship by marriage (sihr)."

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Allah {s.w.t} says : "So would you perhaps if you turned away, cause corruption on earth and severe your ties of relationships. Those who do so are the ones that Allah has cursed, so he deafens them and blinded their vision” (Q42:22)

Allah {s.t} says : "So would you perhaps if you turned away, cause corruption on earth and severe your ties of relationships. Those who do so are the ones that Allah has cursed, so he deafens them and blinded their vision”

“Worship Allah, and join not any partners with Him; and do good - to parents, kinsfolk, orphans, those in need, neighbors who are near, neighbors who are strangers, the Companion by your side, the wayfarer {you meet}...” (Q4:36)

No family is perfect. we argue, we fight. We even stop talking to each other at times, but in the end, FAMILY IS FAMILY. the love will always be there. The best collection of quotes and sayings for every situation in life.

Exchanging Gifts - Showering relatives with gifts is also an effective method of generating love between people. Rasulullah (s.a.w) said, “Exchange gifts with one another, you will create love and goodwill amongst yourselves.”

Exchanging Gifts - Showering relatives with gifts is also an effective method of generating love between people. Rasulullah (s.w) said, “Exchange gifts with one another, you will create love and goodwill amongst yourselves.

The Last Prophet (pbuh) also said: “Rahim (family ties) is a word derived from Allah's special quality, Ar Rahman (The Compassionate One). And Allah says: 'I shall keep connection with him who maintains you and sever connection with him who severs you."

The Last Prophet (pbuh) also said: “Rahim (family ties) is a word derived from Allah's special quality, Ar Rahman (The Compassionate One). And Allah says: 'I shall keep connection with him who maintains you and sever connection with him who severs you.

People used to ask Prophet (pbuh) whom they should give charity, So Allah subhanahu wa taala replied “They ask you (O Muhammad) what they should spend. Say: Whatever you spend of good must be for parents & KINDRED & orphans & AL-Masakin (the poor) &the wayfarer &whatever you do of good deeds, truly Allah knows it well.”

People used to ask Prophet (pbuh) whom they should give charity, So Allah subhanahu wa taala replied “They ask you (O Muhammad) what they should spend. Say: Whatever you spend of good must be for parents & KINDRED & orphans & AL-Masakin (the poor) &the wayfarer &whatever you do of good deeds, truly Allah knows it well.”

#GoodMorning everyone, Almost all religions advocate maintenance of family ties, Islam has taken it to unprecedented heights. A Muslim is commanded to be kind even to his non-Muslim relatives. Similarly, he is required to be kind to those relatives who are unpleasant or harsh towards him. Maintaining the bonds of Kinship (Silatur Rahim) enjoys extraordinary importance in Islam. Conversely, severing family ties can lead one to a disastrous end.

#GoodMorning everyone, Almost all religions advocate maintenance of family ties, Islam has taken it to unprecedented heights. A Muslim is commanded to be kind even to his non-Muslim relatives. Similarly, he is required to be kind to those relatives who are unpleasant or harsh towards him. Maintaining the bonds of Kinship (Silatur Rahim) enjoys extraordinary importance in Islam. Conversely, severing family ties can lead one to a disastrous end.


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The Last Prophet (pbuh) also said: “Rahim (family ties) is a word derived from Allah's special quality, Ar Rahman (The Compassionate One). And Allah says: 'I shall keep connection with him who maintains you and sever connection with him who severs you."

The Last Prophet (pbuh) also said: “Rahim (family ties) is a word derived from Allah's special quality, Ar Rahman (The Compassionate One). And Allah says: 'I shall keep connection with him who maintains you and sever connection with him who severs you.

People used to ask Prophet (pbuh) whom they should give charity, So Allah subhanahu wa taala replied “They ask you (O Muhammad) what they should spend. Say: Whatever you spend of good must be for parents & KINDRED & orphans & AL-Masakin (the poor) &the wayfarer &whatever you do of good deeds, truly Allah knows it well.”

People used to ask Prophet (pbuh) whom they should give charity, So Allah subhanahu wa taala replied “They ask you (O Muhammad) what they should spend. Say: Whatever you spend of good must be for parents & KINDRED & orphans & AL-Masakin (the poor) &the wayfarer &whatever you do of good deeds, truly Allah knows it well.”

Exchanging Gifts - Showering relatives with gifts is also an effective method of generating love between people. Rasulullah (s.a.w) said, “Exchange gifts with one another, you will create love and goodwill amongst yourselves.”

Exchanging Gifts - Showering relatives with gifts is also an effective method of generating love between people. Rasulullah (s.w) said, “Exchange gifts with one another, you will create love and goodwill amongst yourselves.

Manners in Islam - Hadith 1

Bismillah The Messenger of Allah (sal Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said, “It is one of the greatest sins

Mutual Assistance - Assisting one's relatives carries two reward; one reward for assisting and one reward for bonding family ties. These noble qualities will also be a practical means of guidance for the children. In this way family relationships are strengthened and can be maintained for generations. Certain people feel uncomfortable to assist relatives if they require financial help in the form of Zakaat, etc. This manner of thought should be corrected.

Mutual Assistance - Assisting one's relatives carries two reward; one reward for assisting and one reward for bonding family ties. These noble qualities will also be a practical means of guidance for the children. In this way family relationships are strengthened and can be maintained for generations. Certain people feel uncomfortable to assist relatives if they require financial help in the form of Zakaat, etc. This manner of thought should be corrected.

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