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Some Peaceful Hadith

In the photo above, it is the famous Shat Gambuj Mosque of Bangladesh. Click here to know more about this historical mosque

I collected these Hadith from Sufism.org

[The Words of The Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings upon him)
Compiled and edited by Kabir Helminski, from the reliable sources offered by Dr. M. Hafiz Syed.]


"I came to Medinah, and saw a man whose counsels men obeyed, and he never said anything but they obeyed him. I said, 'Who is this man?' They said, 'This is the Rasul of God.' Then I went to him and said, 'Give me advice.' Prophet Muhammad said, 'Abuse nobody.' And I never did abuse anybody after than, neither freeman nor slave, nor camel nor goat. And he added, 'And if a man abuse you, and reveal a vice which he knew in you then do not disclose one which you know in him.'"

"Whoever who tries to remove the want of his brother or sister, whether successfully or not, God will forgive their sins."

"All God's creatures are His family; and he or she is the most beloved of God who tries to do most good to God's creatures."

"Someone said to the Prophet, 'Pray to God against the idolaters and curse them.' The Prophet replied, 'I have been sent to show mercy and have not been sent to curse.'"

"Faith is a restraint against all violence, let no Mu'min[a person with faith] commit violence."

May peace be established all over the world!

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