The Messenger of Almighty-Allah (Peace Be Upon Him) gave the command to love them and also described the degree of love.
Translation: Love makes a person blind and deaf i.e. the lover can neither see nor hear of any defect in his/her beloved. (Sunan Abu Dawood, Volume. 2, Pg No. 699)
The zenith of love is that the lover cannot notice any defect in the beloved even when it exists. These personalities whom Almighty-Allah Most High and His Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him)) have commanded us to love, they themselves declare their virtuousness and purity and have negated the possibility of every defect in them.
Even after this declaration by Almighty-Allah Most High, if anyone attributes something inappropriate towards them, then that person is not raising objections against Imam Hussain (May Almighty-Allah be well pleased with him), instead that person is raising objections against the Holy Quran itself. Also, that person is breaking the rules of love and is moving out of its bounds.
The Messenger of Almighty-Allah (Peace Be Upon Him)) has not only commanded us to love His Family, but has also given glad tidings of paradise and intercession to those who love His Family.
Translation: My intercession is for those privileged people of the Ummah, who love my Family. (Kanz-Ul- Ummal, Volume. 13, Pg No. 86)
There is a Hadith:
There are 4 lucky people for whom I will intercede on the Day of Judgment.
1. One who respects my Family?
2. One who offers them what they need.
3. One who manages their affairs when they need it?
4. One who loves them with his tongue and heart? (Kanz-Ul- Ummal, Volume. 13, Pg No. 86)
There is a Hadith in Zujajatul Masabeeh on the authority of Musnad Ahmed.
Hadhrat Abuzar Ghifari says:
Translation: While I held the door of the K’aba, I heard The Messenger of Almighty-Allah (Peace Be Upon Him)) say: Behold! Verily, the example of my Family among you is like the ark of Prophet Nuh (May Peace Be upon him). Whoever boards it, is saved and whoever stays back is destroyed.
The ruling in the light of the Hadith is that if any person says the
word, "Talaq," then the intention is not considered, as the word
"Talaq" is used only for separation between the couple. It has got no
other usage and sense. Thus, if the husband used the word "Talaq,"
without any intention, even then divorce occurs. As given in Sunan Abu Dawood, Vol. 1, Pg. No. 298, Hadith No: 1875: Translation of Hadith: It has
been narrated on the authority of Hadhrat Abu Hurairah (May Allah be well
pleased with him) that the Holy Prophet (Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam)
said: There are 3 things in which
seriousness is also seriousness and joking is also seriousness: Nikah
(Marriage), Talaq, Raja'at (i.e. Uniting after the first revocable divorce). As given in Durre Mukhtaar, Vol. 2, Pg. No. 465. Using ambiguous/unclear words If someone says: 'Go to your mother' or such words and does not actually
divorce his wife, then these words are about the future and …
In the Shariah, the right to divorce has been given to the man and not
to the woman because in the married life, the husband is responsible for all
the economic and other such affairs and the responsibility of the wife to obey
her husband. As long they are bound by marriage, it is necessary for the
husband to provide maintenance to the wife and take care of her housing and
other affairs. In all these matters, the husband has to perform the duties and
is responsible for them. The wife can stay in the house and benefit from what
the husband provides. She is free of responsibilities. For this reason, it is
justice to give the husband the right to end the relationship and refuse the
responsibilities. Allah Ta'ala says about the husband: Translation: ……. in his hands is the knot of the marriage. Apart from this, the woman is easily overwhelmed by anger and other
emotions. In her menses, the woman suffers from restlessness and anxiety. The
decision-taking ability of a woman is less than t…
of Madinah or Medina ("City of the
Prophet of Allah") Sahih
al-Bukhari » Book of Virtues of Madinah ("City of the Prophet Muhammad
(peace be upon him) Including Total 24 References of 24 Hadiths of Sahih al-Bukhari:
1867 to 1890 In-book reference: Book 29, Hadith: 1 to 24 and 12 Chapters USC-MSA web (English) reference: Vol. 3, Book 30, Hadiths: 91
(1) Chapter: Haram (sanctuary) of Al-Madina 1. Narrated Anas: The Prophet (ﷺ) said,
"Medina is a sanctuary from that place to that. Its trees should not be
cut and no heresy should be innovated nor any sin should be committed in it,
and whoever innovates in it an heresy or commits sins (bad deeds), then he will
incur the curse of Allah, the angels, and all the people." (See Hadith No.
409, Vol 9) 2. Narrated Anas: The Prophet (ﷺ) came to Medina
and ordered a mosque to be built and said, "O Bani Najjar! Suggest to me
the price (of your land)." They said, "We do not want its price except