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No insultéis el tiempo; porque, Yo tengo el tiempo y hago suceder

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Al-Bujari y Muslim, según Abu Hurayrah -que Allah esté complacido con él- que dijo: el Mensajero de Allah -la paz y las bendiciones de Allah sean con él- dijo: Allah, El Altísimo, dice: "El hijo de Adam Me molesta. Insulta el tiempo y el tiempo es Mío, y Yo hago que el día y la noche se sucedan". en otra versión del mismo Hadith: No insultéis el tiempo; porque, Allah es quien lo tiene. Al-Baghawi , -Que Allah tenga misericordia de él- dijo en la explicación de este Hadith: "la costumbre de los árabes era censurar el Tiempo y insultarlo cuando una desgracia sobrevenía, porque le atribuían las calamidades y disgustos que les alcanzaban. Decían que les afectan las catástrofes del Tiempo y que el Tiempo les destruyó. Si añadían al tiempo lo que les alcanzó como desgracias, entonces insultan el que las hizo, lo que implica insultar a Allah -Exaltado sea-, porque en realidad, es El que hace los acontecimientos que describen, por lo que les ha sido prohibido insultar pues el Tiempo." (cita breve).¡Que Allah nos conceda el éxito!¡Que Allah bendiga a nuestro profeta Muhammad,su familia y sus compañeros!

la fuente: https://www.al-feqh.com/es

la fuente: https://www.al-feqh.com/es/fatwas-credo-las-cosas-que-implican-caerse-en-la-incredulidad-insultar-el-tiempo

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