MP3 Works with mp3 icon have voiced and can be listened
MP4 You can also watch the related movie about the article marked with the icon.

To mourn

 
Title of work
Languages Format      
 
1-12 / Total: 12
1

Mourning and crying after those who die is forbidden by religion.

Download kapak
resmi büyüt
2

Martyrdom is an honor. Mourning after a martyr will be impertinent towards that exalted rank.

kapak
resmi büyüt
3

Mourning after a deceased person was a custom of the idolaters of Mecca. It is a pagan tradition reminiscent from the Sumerians, from the ancient Greek.

kapak
resmi büyüt
4

Mourning is only acceptable in the sense of respect, in the sense of showing courtesy, concentrating on the topic, being interested and concerned with it. It is not in the sense of being frantic with sorrow, crying, wallowing, freaking out, and feeling pain. Those would all be ascribing partners to God.

kapak
resmi büyüt
5

Mourning is the name we give to a respectful attitude towards those we’ve lost. Mourning doesn’t mean being frantic with sorrow.

kapak
resmi büyüt
6

Martyrdom is something to rejoice in. It is an honor, a blessing; it is not something to mourn about. Only idolaters mourn about death. Only unbelievers cry for such things. In the Qur’an God says, “Let them laugh less and cry a lot.” And what do you say? You say, “Do not laugh!” God says that for idolaters. Muslims do laugh, and they only cry out of love for God.

kapak
resmi büyüt
7

Mourning is the other name of rebellion towards – may God forbid - God. There is good in something if God creates it. A Muslim would not mourn because our Prophet had prohibited mourning. Mourning is ascribing partners to God, it is a tradition of the idolaters.

kapak
resmi büyüt
8

Mourning is a custom of idolatry, a custom that was in practice in ancient Sumeria, Mesopotamia, the Hittites, in ancient Greek, in ancient Egypt. In numerous hadiths, our prophet (saas) has prohibited mourning. It is against the Qur'an. It is rebellion –may God forbid- to the blessings of God. It is not an act that befits Muslims; the meaning behind it is atrocious. There is no mourning in Islam.

kapak
resmi büyüt
9

Muslims are always in a good mood. What does sorrow mean? May God forbid, it means, "I do not like what God has created for me." We see the goodness in everything God creates. We see the goodness in it when we have a martyr; we do not get sad, we do not mourn. Mourning is a custom of the pagans, it is the tradition of the idolaters.

kapak
resmi büyüt
10

Mourning is unlawful according to religion, it is an ancient pagan custom. As the ancient Sumerians, ancient Egyptians, Persians, Hittites did not believe in the afterlife, in martyrdom, they considered death as a disaster. They would cry as to rebel against God. Us Muslims regard martyrdom as [achieving] an honorable rank.

kapak
resmi büyüt
11

Mourning was practiced by ancient Summerians, Akkadians, Hittites, Egyptians and other idol-worshiping tribes; it is forbidden in the Quran through a large number of verses and hadiths. It completely contradicts putting trust in God.

kapak
resmi büyüt
12

Martyrdom is a reason for joy. Martyrdom is an honor. It is wrong to grieve after martyrs; grieving is a pagan tradition.

 
Eseri internet sayfası olarak izleyin.
Buy The Book
Comments
A, C, H, I, L, M, N, P, T
 
1-12 / Total: 12
In this page you can find Harun Yahya works that are related with To mourn tag. You can read Harun Yahya (Adnan Oktar)’s articles, comments and opinions about To mourn and can watch and download related videos and documentary films. You can also share works about To mourn on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. You can copy, print and distribute all materials about To mourn in your reports and post them on your websites and blogs without any copyright only by referring to this site.
Harun Yahya's Influences | Presentations | Audio Books | Interactive CDs | Conferences| About this site | Make your homepage | Add to favorites | RSS Feed
All materials can be copied, printed and distributed by referring to this site.
(c) All publication rights of the personal photos of Mr. Adnan Oktar that are present in our website and in all other Harun Yahya works belong to Global Publication Ltd. Co. They cannot be used or published without prior consent even if used partially.
© 1994 Harun Yahya. www.harunyahya.com - info@harunyahya.com
page_top