NNB JAMIAT’S ZINA GIRLS PROGRAM

THE GROUNDWORK FOR ZINA

“Do not approach even near to zina.” (Qur’aan)
Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said:

“I have not left after me any fitnah which is more harmful for men than women.”

“Women are habaailush shaitaan (the traps of shaitaan).”
On the occasion of his expulsion from the Heaven, shaitaan supplicated to Allah Ta’ala for snares and traps with which he could achieve his objectives on earth. Allah Ta’ala, accepting shaitaan’s supplication, said:

“Your traps are women.”

Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said:

“Youth is a branch of insanity, and women are the traps of shaitaan.”

“The root of sin is the love of the world. Liquor is the key of every evil, and women are the traps of shaitaan.”
Hadhrat Saeed Bin Musayyib (Rahmatullah alayh) who was one of the most senior Taabieen, said: “When shaitaan despairs of (misleading a Wali), then he approaches him via women.” Iblees will utilize women to ensnare a Wali or an Aalim into the fitnah of immorality. There were many Pious men and Ulama who were trapped with women. They fell prey to the plot of shaitaan. They ignored the severe warnings of Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) to remain far, very far from women. The Mashaaikh warn that even if a man has reached the status of Junaid Baghdaadi (Rahmatullah alayh), he should be exceptionally cautious and not allow himself to be trapped by women. He should stay far from then even if the woman happens to be Rabiah Basriyyah (Rahmatullah alayh).

Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said:

“Verily, a woman approaches in the form of shaitaan, and (when she leaves) she leaves in the form of shaitaan.”

NNB JAMIAT’S ZINA GIRLS PROGRAM

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