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    Does Islam require hate??

    On another forum an Islamic woman told me something that was one of the saddest things I've ever heard. She said that Islam required her to hate those that Allah hates. She mentioned that this was not an "emotional" hatred but rather a type of "religious" hatred (insisting that there is a difference). She gave a short list of who she must hate (disbelievers etc.) and she mentioned that the form of Islam she followed was stricter than most (I don't remember what it was).

    Is this true...or is she mistaken? Does Allah ask that you hate certain people?

    Any more information on this would be greatly appreciated....

    Thank-you.

    #2
    Re: Does Islam require hate??

    Hi,
    from my understanding that would be incorrect. Islam is the religion of peace and hate is not tolerated.

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      #3
      Re: Does Islam require hate??

      The prophet (Sallalaahu Aleyhi Wassallam) who is a role model for us, never hated anyone.

      If ALLAH hated anyone, he wouldn't send someone (a REHMAT for ALL) who even prayed & cried his heart out, at night, for guidance of even the pharaohs of his time.

      ALLAH Doesn't hate anyone till s/he is alive, because there is still a chance that s/he might regret his sins and turn towards ALLAH Jalla jalaaluhu.

      ALLAH knows BEST!
      Read not to contradict and confute, not to believe and take for granted, not to find talk and discourse, but to weigh and consider. Inhale positive, exhale negative

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        #4
        Re: Does Islam require hate??

        dislike stuff
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          #5
          Re: Does Islam require hate??

          ^ Yes, to dislike the disease, not the patient.
          Read not to contradict and confute, not to believe and take for granted, not to find talk and discourse, but to weigh and consider. Inhale positive, exhale negative

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            #6
            Re: Does Islam require hate??

            It depends what you mean.


            For example, a Muslim might like alcohol for example, but decides not to drink it because Allah prohibits it. The Qur'an does say, it may that you like a thing but which is bad for you.
            So you could say Islam requires submission.


            You can also submit by hating as well but the action only.
            Last edited by Magic.; 27-10-12, 07:45 PM.
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              #7
              Re: Does Islam require hate??

              really sad to see that Muslims are Oblivious of Al Wala Wal Baraa ...

              we Love and we Hate for the Sake of Allah ta'ala.

              :jkk:
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                #8
                Re: Does Islam require hate??

                Originally posted by Saif-Uddin View Post
                really sad to see that Muslims are Oblivious of Al Wala Wal Baraa ...

                we Love and we Hate for the Sake of Allah ta'ala.

                :jkk:
                we know that but she said hating people, and then we said we dislike certain things and then the other poster said the diease patient thing. all wrapped up in a nice lil package
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                ‘O Allah, forgive me, have mercy upon me, guide me, give me health and grant me sustenance.’
                “Once you are real you can't become unreal again. It lasts for always.”

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                  #9
                  Re: Does Islam require hate??

                  :salams
                  :start:

                  We love what Allah loves and hate what Allah hates.We do not know what to love other than when we find it through Prophet Muhammad May Allah provide peace on him and his family.We do not know what to hate other than when we find it through Prophet Muhammad May Allah provide peace on him and his family.

                  In the books of Qur'an and ahadith.If Allah hates all the disbeliever then why do you see people turning to the correct path of Islam?

                  Thereby, it is not all the disbelievers that Allah hates but only those that hate what Allah loves.Why should Allah not hate you when you hate what Allah loves.The example of this is people of Prophet Nuh (Noah) May Allah bless him.Where they hated the prophet in return hated Allah through the prophet and in reply of this hate.Allah took back the life from those disobedient people.

                  But know that Allah's mercy precedes over Allah's anger.
                  Last edited by ahmed_abdullah; 27-10-12, 07:56 PM.
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                    #10
                    Re: Does Islam require hate??

                    You can hate or not hate, it doesn't really matter. Baraa' is to declare innocence and wash your hands of the kuffar and their actions. You still treat them justly, whether you hate them or just dislike them, the internal aspect of it doesn't really matter. Hate is not haram in Islam, otherwise why would Allah (swt) say:

                    And do not let the hatred of a people for having obstructed you from al-Masjid al-Haram lead you to transgress.

                    Meaning, those who wrong and oppress, it is natural to hate them, but it should not cause you to transgress. Like who's not going to hate the evil people in our countries, killing Muslims right and left? Who's not going to hate the leaders of kufr? Who's not going to hate those munaafiqeen who give Muslims away to kuffar to be tortured in the worst ways possible? It even trickles down to their people and their supporters, and those that cast them their ears. This doesn't mean you look daggers at everyone who passes you by, but it means you don't be naive, you give them their weight as people who are not looking out for your benefit and can in fact bring you harm in numerous ways, be it directly or through negative influences. And you do not befriend them or become close to them.

                    Just be just and do your part. Don't be naive, it will come back to bite you, it always does, and we've all seen it before. Those with kafir friends who take their words above anyone else's with regards to their own Muslim brethren, they assume in them the best, they assume in their brothers and sisters the worst. All the while they believe themselves to be good Muslims... Allah will judge them for what they really are though.
                    والمبادرة إلى التكفير إنما تغلب على طباع من يغلب عليهم الجهل - ابن تيمية رحمه الله - بغية المرتاد

                    "Rushing towards takfir is an attitude which is dominant over those who are defeated by ignorance." - Ibn Taymiyyah Rahimahullah [Bughyatul Murtaad, page 354]

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                      #11
                      Re: Does Islam require hate??

                      Originally posted by ahmed_abdullah View Post
                      :salams
                      :start:

                      We love what Allah loves and hate what Allah hates.We do not know what to love other than when we find it through Prophet Muhammad May Allah provide peace on him and his family.We do not know what to hate other than when we find it through Prophet Muhammad May Allah provide peace on him and his family.

                      In the books of Qur'an and ahadith.If Allah hates all the disbeliever then why do you see people turning to the correct path of Islam?

                      Thereby, it is not all the disbelievers that Allah hates but only those that hate what Allah loves.Why should Allah not hate you when you hate what Allah loves.The example of this is people of Prophet Nuh (Noah) May Allah bless him.Where they hated the prophet in return hated Allah through the prophet and in reply of this hate.Allah took back the life from those disobedient people.

                      But know that Allah's mercy precedes over Allah's anger.
                      Thank you for the detailed explanation. So the short answer is "yes"? You hate what Allah hates?

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                        #12
                        Re: Does Islam require hate??

                        Originally posted by ahmed_abdullah View Post
                        :salams
                        :start:

                        We love what Allah loves and hate what Allah hates.We do not know what to love other than when we find it through Prophet Muhammad May Allah provide peace on him and his family.We do not know what to hate other than when we find it through Prophet Muhammad May Allah provide peace on him and his family.

                        In the books of Qur'an and ahadith.If Allah hates all the disbeliever then why do you see people turning to the correct path of Islam?

                        Thereby, it is not all the disbelievers that Allah hates but only those that hate what Allah loves.Why should Allah not hate you when you hate what Allah loves.The example of this is people of Prophet Nuh (Noah) May Allah bless him.Where they hated the prophet in return hated Allah through the prophet and in reply of this hate.Allah took back the life from those disobedient people.

                        But know that Allah's mercy precedes over Allah's anger.
                        Thank you for the detailed explanation. So the short answer is "yes"? You hate what Allah hates?

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                          #13
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                          Sorry for the double post.

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                            #14
                            Re: Does Islam require hate??

                            Originally posted by علي View Post
                            You can hate or not hate, it doesn't really matter. Baraa' is to declare innocence and wash your hands of the kuffar and their actions. You still treat them justly, whether you hate them or just dislike them, the internal aspect of it doesn't really matter. Hate is not haram in Islam, otherwise why would Allah (swt) say:

                            And do not let the hatred of a people for having obstructed you from al-Masjid al-Haram lead you to transgress.

                            Meaning, those who wrong and oppress, it is natural to hate them, but it should not cause you to transgress. Like who's not going to hate the evil people in our countries, killing Muslims right and left? Who's not going to hate the leaders of kufr? Who's not going to hate those munaafiqeen who give Muslims away to kuffar to be tortured in the worst ways possible? It even trickles down to their people and their supporters, and those that cast them their ears. This doesn't mean you look daggers at everyone who passes you by, but it means you don't be naive, you give them their weight as people who are not looking out for your benefit and can in fact bring you harm in numerous ways, be it directly or through negative influences. And you do not befriend them or become close to them.

                            Just be just and do your part. Don't be naive, it will come back to bite you, it always does, and we've all seen it before. Those with kafir friends who take their words above anyone else's with regards to their own Muslim brethren, they assume in them the best, they assume in their brothers and sisters the worst. All the while they believe themselves to be good Muslims... Allah will judge them for what they really are though.

                            "Meaning, those who wrong and oppress, it is natural to hate them, but it should not cause you to transgress."

                            Sure, but its not as if every disbeliever is somehow oppressing every Muslim. Yet it appears as if Allah wants you to hate them all regardless. Is it ok to like or befriend a disbeliever if he does not wrong or oppress you (a Muslim)?

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                              #15
                              Re: Does Islam require hate??

                              Originally posted by Greentree View Post
                              Hi,
                              from my understanding that would be incorrect. Islam is the religion of peace and hate is not tolerated.
                              Seems like your understanding of Islam is incorrect, doesn't it?

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