[LISTEN] Ml Ebrahim Bham: “We Do Not Have the Right to Judge Others, That Domain & Authority Belongs Only to Allah”

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Faizel Patel – 10/09/2021

Esteemed and renowned Islamic scholar Ml Ebrahim Bham says people do not have the right to judge others labelling them inferior and sanctioning that they may be doomed to hell. 

Ml Bham was rendering the Friday sermon at Hamidia Masjid in Newtown, Johannesburg. 

Ml Bham says the deen of Islam is complete and while we can term the actions of a person as good or bad, we cannot label and regards ourselves superior to others. 

“We do not have the right to judge a person labelling him, determine  whether he’s successful or not, determine that I am better than him or determine that because of this ghunah or sin he is going to Jahannam or because of this good deed he’s going to Jannat. We don’t have that right, because that is the domain and authority of Allah.” 

Ml Bham says if people judge others and convey the wishes of Jannat or condemn them to hell, they are usurping the right of Allah upon themselves and they have no right to do that. 

“In Sahih Muslim, there’s a hadith were Nabi-e-Kareem (SAW) had said: “Whenever a person tells another person because of the ghunah that he has committed, that he is going to Jahannam and Allah won’t forgive him, then Allah’s Rahmat comes to the fore and Allah Ta’ala says ‘who is there, who has determined and made a judgement on My behalf, I will forgive the person who has committed a sin and I will put this person who says that Allah won’t forgive another person, I will put him in Jahannam.’” 

Ml Bham says the right to judge another person or his Imaan whether he is sincere or not belongs solely to the Almighty Allah. 

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