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 The Dispraise Of Al Hawaa
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Saleh As-Saleh
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Al-Hawaa is the inclination of the self to a thing. Its verb is Hawiyah (past tense), Yahwaa (present tense) and Hawan (infinitive). As to . Hawaa and they mean “fell down” and “falling down,” respectively, and the infinitive is Al-Huwiyyu with the movement at the end being a dhammah, a vowel point for u.

Al-Hawaa also refers to the beloved. A poet said: “Such and such [a man] is the Hawaa [the beloved] to such and such [a woman], and that she is his Hawaa [beloved].”

Most often Al-Hawaa is used to describe the blameable inclination of the self [in

its love and desires], as Allaah said:

But as for him who feared standing before his Rabb, and retrained himself from impure evil desires, and lusts. Verily, Al-

Jannah will be his abode. [Qur’aan,Soorat An-Naazi’aal, 79:40-41].

It has been called Hawaa because it throws down its follower. Its use may also be restricted to describe the praiseworthy desire and love, part of which is the saying the Prophet:

“None of you is a true believer until his Hawaa is in accordance with What I have brought forth.”

It is recorded in the Saheehain from the narration of ‘Urwah Bin Az- ‘Zubair who said:

“Khawla Bint Hakeem was one of those ladies who presented themselves to the Prophet for marriage. ‘Aa’ishah said: ‘Doesn’t a lady feel ashamed for presenting herself to a man? But when the Aayah:

“[O Muhammad] You may postpone [the turn of] any of them [your wives] that you please.” [Qur’aan, Soorat Ai-Ahzaab, 33:51] was revealed, ‘Aa’ishah said. ‘O Allaah’s Messenger! don’t see but that your Rabb hastens in your Hawaa.

And in the story of the captives of the battle of Badr,’Umar lbn Al- Khattaab . said:

The Prophet The Prophet Hawiyah (liked) what Abu Bakr said (i.e. He was inclined to the position of Abu Bakr regarding the fate of the captives) and didn’t like what I said.” Then he concluded the hadeeth. In the Sunan31 a bedouin asked the Prophet “I came to you asking about Al-Hawaa.” He replied: ”Everybody will be with those whom he loves.”……

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