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    Effect of Haram income/rizq on children

    AssalamuAlaikum,

    Today I read somewhere that the children raised with haram money are disobedient, arrogant and sinners when they grow up. And the children raised with halal and pure money are obedient and pious/good (صالح / نیک ) were the words used in urdu)

    If you know more about that please post and give reference.

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    Re: Effect of Haram income/rizq on children

    Wa alaikum salam

    It is really up to the parents to give their children a pious upbringing. When parents neglect this basic duty of teaching their children pure Islam then the results of which we see is obvious. Then the children suffer. May Allah protect us and give us all insight.

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    Re: Effect of Haram income/rizq on children

    Quote Originally Posted by Sky Lark View Post
    Wa alaikum salam

    It is really up to the parents to give their children a pious upbringing. When parents neglect this basic duty of teaching their children pure Islam then the results of which we see is obvious. Then the children suffer. May Allah protect us and give us all insight.
    Sister the question was not about what parents teach their children. It's about the nature of money involved in feeding children and providing for their needs.

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    Re: Effect of Haram income/rizq on children

    Effect of Haram Food and Haram Earnings

    Jaabir (Radiyallaahu Anhu) narrates that Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) said, “No meat (i.e. person) that was nourished with haraam will enter paradise. Every meat (i.e. person) that was nourished with haraam is more deserving of the Fire.” (Musnad Ahmad, Daarami, Baihaqi; Mishkaatul Masaabih pg. 242, Qadeemi)

    Abu Hurairah (Radiyallaahu Anhu) narrates that Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alaihi wa Sallam) said, “Verily, Allah is Pure and He only accepts pure, and indeed Allah commanded the Believers what He commanded the Messengers. He said: ‘O Messengers, eat of the pure things and perform righteous acts. Verily, I am Well-Aware of what you do.’ And He said ‘O you who believe! Eat of the good things that We have provided you with, and give thanks to Allah if Him it is that you serve.’ Then the narrator of the hadith says: Then he (i.e. the Prophet) made mention of a man who is constantly in journeys and has dishevelled hair and dusty appearance (due to constant journeys for performing acts of righteousness such as Hajj, Umra, seeking knowledge etc.) and he raises his hands towards the sky saying “O my Rabb. O my Rabb”. But his food is from haraam. His drink is from haraam. His clothes are from haraam. He is nourished from haraam. How can it (his prayer) be accepted?” (Muslim; Mishkaatul Masaabih pg. 241, Qadeemi)



    Ibn Mas’ood (Radiyallaahu Anhu) narrates that Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) said, “A slave (of Allah) who acquires haraam wealth and gives charity from it, it is not accepted from him. If he spends from it, he does not have any blessing (barakah) in it. If he leaves it behind him (i.e. he dies) it will be a means of taking him to the fire (of Hell). Verily, Allah does not wipe out evil deed with evil deed; instead, He wipes out evil deed with good deed. Indeed, the repulsive does not wipe out the repulsive.” (Musnad Ahmad, Sharh As-sunnah; Mishkaatul Masaabih pg. 242, Qadeemi)

    Mulla Ali Qaari (Rahimahullah) while explaining “Verily, Allah does not wipe out evil deed with evil deed …” writes, “It means that giving charity of the haraam wealth is evil and Allah does not wipe out evil deeds with evil deeds. In fact, some of our scholars have said that whoever gives charity of haraam wealth and thereby hopes to receive rewards, commits an act of kufr. And if the poor person (who received the haraam wealth) knows (that it is haraam wealth) and yet he makes dua for him, he (also) commits an act of kufr.” (Mirqaatul Mafaatih: 6/23, Maktaba Rasheediya)

    From the abovementioned ahaadith, the seriousness of acquiring haraam wealth becomes clear. And from the passage cited above and the hadith before it, it becomes clear that by giving away the haraam wealth in charity, one is not absolved of the sin. Therefore, by you selling the car and donating or giving away the money, the problem will not be solved.

    What must you do to rid yourself of the burden of the sin?

    You must either return the money that you acquired unlawfully back to the rightful owners, or you must seek their pardon. If the original owners have died, then you must return the money to their heirs (or seek their pardon). If the haraam money was such that its owners are unknown (such as in the case of interest money or money attained through gambling), then you must give away the amount in charity without the intention of receiving rewards.

    لأن المغصوب إن علمت أصحابه أو ورثتهم وجب رده عليهم وإلا وجب التصدق به ( رد المحتار: 3/260 ، دار المعرفة )

    You must do the above immediately, as there is no guarantee of life. Along with that, you must also do sincere tauba (repentance). Your tauba will not be valid without giving the money back to the rightful owners or seeking their pardon if it is possible to do so. (See: Ar-Rasa’il Az-Zainiya pg. 372, Darus Salam)

    Remember that the issue of unlawfully taking others rights is not a small issue that can be ignored; instead it is a grave issue. Consider the following hadith:

    Abu Huraira (Radiyallaahu Anhu) narrates that Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alaihi wa Sallam) has said, “Whoever has committed a wrong against his brother in regards to his honour or anything else, should get it settled today, before the time comes when there is no Dinar or Dirham (i.e. the Day of Judgment). If he has good deeds then it will be taken away from him according to the extent of wrong he committed (and given to the wronged). If he does not have any good deeds, then the bad deeds of the other person (i.e. the wronged) will be given to him to bear.” (Bukhari, hadith 2269)

    Also, do not think that committing an act of injustice against a Non-Muslim is not a big deal. In fact, the Jurists have expressly stated that committing an act of injustice against a Non-Muslim is more severe than committing an act of injustice against a Muslim. That is because a Non-Muslim who was wronged, on the Day of Judgement, will not let go of his right and forgive the Muslim (as he cannot receive any rewards in lieu of it) and he will instead firmly demand his right so that the Muslim may be punished along with him. The Muslim who unlawfully took the wealth of the Non-Muslim cannot give him his good deeds to pay him back (as Non-Muslims cannot receive good deeds) and therefore the sins of the Non-Muslim (besides the sin of kufr) will be given to the Muslim and he will be punished for it. Hence, one should not think that taking the rights of a Non-Muslim is not a big deal.

    http://as-sahabah.org/index.php/isla...haram-earnings
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    Re: Effect of Haram income/rizq on children

    Quote Originally Posted by javed.ali View Post
    Sister the question was not about what parents teach their children. It's about the nature of money involved in feeding children and providing for their needs.
    Yeah, I may have gone off-topic. I basically meant there's a whole cycle. When kids grow up eating haram then it wont matter to them what they feed their own children, and the cycle continues..

    And Jazakallah to MJ for the useful post and ahadith.

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    Re: Effect of Haram income/rizq on children

    36 Illegal Haram Ways Of Earnings According To Islam

    Islam allows to earn money using Halal Ways infect Earning money by Halal ways is a Virtue according to Hadith of Rasool Allah SAW. There are some ways of Earning which are Haram from Islamic Point of view but truth is many of us are involved in these ways today. Following are these Illegal Haram Ways Of Earnings According To Islam.


    1 Selling of statues
    2 Earning through promotion of shirk like earning of mujawars
    3 Interest
    4 Selling of alcohol and narcotics
    5 Earning through telling lies like telling wrong purchase price
    6 Earning through fraud like concealing fault of the product
    7 Earning of fortune tellers
    8 Prostitution and those promoting and distributing it
    9 Earning through palmistry and astrology
    10 Earning of musical instruments
    11 Earning through issuing wrong fatwas and misguiding people
    12 Earning through promotion of pornography
    13 Insurance
    14 Corruption
    15 Gambling
    16 Earning through selling dogs and cats
    17 Selling pork and its products
    18 Earning through selling of paintings and drawings of living things
    19 Earning through breeding
    20 Earning of beauty parlours crossing limit of shariah
    21 Black marketing
    22 Selling unethical literature
    23 Smuggling
    24 By manipulating market by threatening or pressurizing others
    25 Earning through prizebonds and lottery
    26 Earning through shaving beards
    27 Bribery
    28 Earning through population planning
    29 Selling additional water in feilds
    30 Bribery
    32 Zakat for syeds
    33 Artificial business
    34 Earning through cooperation in sins
    35 Gift for zakat and sadaqat collector
    36 Earning through dishonesty
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    Re: Effect of Haram income/rizq on children

    Now days people simply couldn't care less where their money comes from. They work in banks, they speculate and gamble on the financial markets without knowing the rulings, take out interest based loans and do the lottery in hopes of hitting the jackpot.......and i then hear about all the problems going on in their lives and i can't help but wonder if that isn't something to do woith it all..

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    did any proof come with this claim?

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    Re: Effect of Haram income/rizq on children

    Quote Originally Posted by SILURES View Post
    did any proof come with this claim?
    R ub refering to his claim about how children turn out and how that relates to Non-muslims?

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    Re: Effect of Haram income/rizq on children

    Quote Originally Posted by SILURES View Post
    did any proof come with this claim?
    No source was mentioned. That is why I asked here. But Ummah members keep going off topic as usual

    The question is in the title of the thread.

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    Re: Effect of Haram income/rizq on children

    Interesting..

    The hadeeth about prayers not being accepted, does this include the duas of the children?

    I ask this as they would have no choice in this.
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    Re: Effect of Haram income/rizq on children

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikha’eel View Post
    R ub refering to his claim about how children turn out and how that relates to Non-muslims?
    the one in the OP. that muslim kids brought up on haram money will turn out bad.

    Quote Originally Posted by javed.ali View Post
    No source was mentioned. That is why I asked here. But Ummah members keep going off topic as usual

    The question is in the title of the thread.
    ok, maybe it was more like a parable type saying than anything that can be backed up. and it normally takes a bit longer to go offtopic than this lool.

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