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BEING DUTIFUL TO PARENTS
📘 Book Title Being Dutiful To Parents
👤 Book AuthorImam al-Bukhari
🖨️ Total Pages150
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Birr al-Walidayn: Being Dutiful to Parents

Being Dutiful To Parents – Birr al-Walidayn by Imam Muhammad ibn Isma’il Al-Bukhari (D. 256/870)

Translated by Mohammed Siddiq and Muhammad Ammar Salim Edited with Commentary by Shaykh Yusuf Shabbir

BEING DUTIFUL TO PARENTS

Book Contents

  • Being dutiful to parents
  • Chapter: the speech of Allah the exalted: ‘and we instructed man to be good to his parents.
  • Chapter: being dutiful to a polytheist parent as long as they do not instruct one to sin
  • Chapter: the mother is most deserving of best companionship, then the father
  • Chapter: jihad with the permission of muslim parents
  • Chapter: the person whose sustenance is expanded due to maintaining ties of kinship and the greatest family tie is the bond of parents
  • Chapter: the supplication of parents
  • Chapter: disobedience of parents nullifies actions
  • Chapter: repaying parents
  • Chapter: disobedience of parents is from the major sins
  • Chapter: the deplorable nature of someone who finds his parents [in old age] and does not enter paradise [through dutifulness to them]
  • Chapter: the parent’s gaze upon their child
  • Chapter: kindness to someone with whom one’s father maintained
  • Ties
  • Maintaining ties of kinship
  • The chapters on maintaining the ties of kinship
  • Chapter: the sin of someone who severs ties of kinship
  • Chapter: the person who is blessed in his sustenance due to maintaining his ties of kinship
  • Chapter: Allah the exalted maintains ties through his grace with the person who maintains his ties of kinship
  • Chapter: the muslim who disobeys his parents will not enter paradise initially
  • Chapter: the person who maintains ties of kinship is not someone who [merely] reciprocates
  • Chapter: whoever maintains his ties of kinship, Allah the exalted maintains ties with him
  • Chapter: mercy does not descend upon a people who have among them a person who severs the ties of kinship
  • Chapter: the sin of the person who severs the ties of kinship
  • Chapter
  • Chapter: the believer’s fear that his deeds will be nullified whilst he is unaware, and disobedience of parents is one of the nullifiers of deeds
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  • Chapter: do not be angry, nor display your anger to your parents
  • Chapter: do not hurt your parents [even] with a word
  • Chapter: people should be safe from the wrong of a muslim, especially if they are his parents
  • Chapter: the permissibility to take retribution for injustice, except for the son or daughter, for their concern is benevolence [to their parents]
  • Chapter: it is from benevolence and affection that you explicitly mention to whom you love that you love them, especially the parent
  • Chapter
  • Chapter: disputes in this world will be repeated for reckoning on the day of resurrection, so be wary of them, especially with parents
  • Chapter: turmoils will increase towards the end of time, especially disobedience of parents
  • Chapter
  • Chapter: the punishment in this world for the person who severs ties of kinship
  • Chapter: the virtue of someone who maintains ties with an oppressive relative
  • Chapter: the virtue of spending on and being charitable to relatives
  • Chapter: enjoining ties of kinship and the prohibition of severing them
  • Chapter: the nearest then the nearest [relatives]
  • Chapter: from amongst the signs of the final hour is that severing of ties of kinship will be widespread
  • Chapter: ties of kinship are kept moist with their wetness [i.e. maintained adequately]
  • Chapter: the warning for someone who gives preference to his wife over his parents
  • Appendix 1: narrations in ṣaḥīḥ al-bukhārī not transmitted in this book
  • Appendix 2: narrations in al-adab al-mufrad not transmitted in this book
  • Appendix 3: chains of transmission and biography of narrators
  • Bibliography

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