Islamic Principles for the Muslim's Attitude during Fitan (trials, tribulations, afflictions, calamities)
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“Fear the Fitna, which affects not only those of you who do wrong (but it may afflict everybody). “
Trials, tribulations, afflictions, calamities are just few meanings that fall under the word, 'Fitan' concerning which Allah says, "Fear the Fitna, which affects not only those of you who do wrong (but it may afflict everybody). " Surah al-Anfal 8:25 In such testing situations, if a Muslim was to let loose his thoughts without any principles and rules to base his opinions upon- his mind will wander into different directions effecting his behavior towards his own-self, his family and society. But observing rules and principles; -Restrains a Muslim's opinion to the values and ethics of the Sharee'ah, and -Protects his thoughts from being effected by those ideas and views which the Sharee'ah does not approve of, thus encouraging appropriate attitude towards his self, his family and society. In this book, Shaikh Saleh aal-Shaikh explains: - how a Muslim should THINK and BEHAVE, - how he should WEIGH and JUDGE people/situations in difficult and challenging times and situations - KEY RULES, which You can use in Your Daily Life too..