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Benevolence

The Holy Prophet Muhammad (S) said: “Anyone who wants to be far from fire and enter paradise, his life should end while he still confesses that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah and while he seeks to behave with people in the same manner that he expects them to behave with him.”

He (S) also said: “One of the rights of Muslims is to like for each other the good things that they like for themselves and to dislike for each other the bad things that they dislike for themselves.”

He (S) also said: “The worst of people with Allah on the Day of Judgement are the two-faced.”

He (S) also said: “The worst of people are the two-faced and the double-tongued.”

Imam ‘Ali Zayn al-’Abidin (a.s.) said: “The rights of your co-religionist is to intend for him peace and mercy... and to like for him what you like for yourself and to dislike for him what you dislike for yourself.”

Imam Muhammad al-Baqir (a.s.) said: “Love your Muslim brother. Like for him what you like for yourself and dislike for him what you dislike for yourself.”

Imam Ja’far al-Sadiq (a.s.) said: “I advise you to be careful of your duty to Allah and to do good to your Muslim brother and to like for him what you like for yourself and to dislike for him what you dislike for yourself.”

He (a.s.) also said: “Anyone who meets believers with two faces and two tongues, he will have two flames on the Day of Judgement.”

Imam Musa al-Kazim (a.s.) said: “Bad people are the two-faced and the double-tongued: they who praise their brethren in their presence and backbite them in their absence; they who envy their brethren for their favours and abase them in their afflictions.”

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