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A further explanation and clarification of the above verse of the Holy Quran can be seen from the following “Ahadis” (sayings of the Holy Prophet Mohammad (Sallallaho Alaihe Wasallam).

(1) It has been narated by Hadhrat Abdullah bin Masud (radi Allaho anho) that the Holy Prophet (sallallaho alaihe wasallam) was pleased to say:

“Amongst peoples gone by, when somebody committed a sin, the other would reprimand him and would say: “Fear Allah”; but on the following day would befriend him and mix with him as if he had was them behaving thus, He confounded the hearts of some with those of some, and cursed them through the tongues of Dawood and Isa son of Mariam: and this because they rebelled against Allah and transgressed His limits.”
           I, Mohammad swear by Him, Who has control ober my soul: you must enjoin the good and forbi the evil and force the ignorant wrongdoer into the path of rectitude; else Allah will confound you hearts and you  will be cursed, as were some of the peoples gone by.



(2) Hadhrat Jareer (radi Allaho anho) has narrated that Hadhrat Mohammad S.W. was pleased to say: “When an individual of a community sins, and the community, in spite of its authority over him, does not prevent him from sinning, Allah’s punishment descends on them even before death, i.e., He subjects them to various tribulations in this very world.

            (3) Hadhrat Anas (radi Allaho anho) has narrated that Hadhrat Mohammad (Sallallaho Alaihe Wasallam) was pleased to say, “The Kalimah La ilaha Illalaho always benefits the individuals who proclaim it, and keeps away from them woes and troubles, unless, indeed, its rights are ignored.” The companions inquired: “What does the ignoring of its rights means?” Replied the Prophet: “It means that when sins are being committed openly they do not prevent or stop them.”

            (4) Hadhrat Aisha (radi Allaho anha) says: “The Holy Prophet, (Sallallaho Alaihe Wasallam) came to me and I could read from his noble countenance that something extraordinary had happened. He did not utter a single word but, having performed ablution, repaired straight to the mosque. I, too, stood by the wall of the mosque to hear what he had to say. The Prophet of Allah ascended the pulpit and, after the usual holy exordium, said: ‘O people, Allah has ordained you to enjoin the good and forbid the evil, lest a time should come when you call and He may not respond, you ask for a favour and He may not grant it, and you call for help and He may refuse’.”

            (5) Hadhrat Abu Huraira ( radi Allaho anho) has narrated:
“Said the Prophet (Sallallaho alaihe Wasallam): When my “Ummat” (followers) begin to attach more importance to the world and to regard it as a source of glory, the awe and importance of Islam will vanish from their hearts. When they give up the practice of enjoining good and forbidding evil, they will be eprived of the blessings of Revealation, and, when they begin to indulge in mutual recrimination, they will fall low in the eyes of Allah.”

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