// Settling disputes in an Islamically proper way
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« on: Dec 24, 2008 09:07 PM »


Be it on this site or in person, when us Muslims have disputes and frustrations
with another, what does the Quran say about how to settle them and how to treat
a person you don't agree with?
I thought this would be a nice learning post and of course, I really want to know myself.
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« Reply #1 on: Dec 27, 2008 09:36 AM »

Salam alaikum wrb,

   Honorable sister,

   The scholars explain to us the proper etiquettes that we should have with all our muslim brothers
and sisters. These include  tawadha (humbleness), rahma (kindness), and hikmah (wisdom). Rather it is the shaitaan that causes animosity and hatred between people. One should try to use wisdom and follow the good character that the scholars have taught us, and the shaitaan will not have any effect in causing any discord.

   Verily the animosity is one of the evils of the nafs (soul). One must expel these evil emotions and thoughts and replace them with the ilm (knowledge).  One must replace the evil faults of the tongue, and always speak good wise words.

   And Allah knows

   Salam alaikum wrb

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