The fashion of saying foul words in public

Foul language

`Abdullah bin `Amr bin Al-`as (May Allah be pleased with them) reported: Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) did not indulge in loose talk nor did he like to listen to it. He used to say, “The best of you is the best among you in conduct.” [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

It is a shame and you will agree with me, to see boys swearing in public in front of their wives, mothers, sisters and children

the bad culture of swearing – using foul words is a dirty, filthy culture which has nothing to do with the beauty and purity of Islam

What more? today you can see many girls and women who wear the hijab or not, who wear the niqab or not, use foul languages in public or among their friends, on the telephone.

They speak very loud, laugh very loud and talk very loud…

Know that fashion has nothing to do with impurity, foul words and shamelessness

It is important for parents to educate their children since an early age. however, we can see clearly that some parents are themselves in these vices. husbands and wives find it natural to act shamelessly in public

So, you say you follow the Sunnah?

You say you love Muhammad [peace be upon him]?

Know that talking is not actually doing the action

 

 

 

 

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