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Diseases of Qalb

Surah 2 Al-Baqara, Ayah 10 There is a disease of deception in their Qalb(heart), and Allah lets their disease increase, and they shall have painful punishment for the lies they have told. Surah 74 Al-Muddaththir, Ayah 31 And that those in whose Quloob (hearts) there is a disease and the disbelievers may say: “What could Allah mean by this parable?” Surah 24 An-Nur, Ayah 48-50 When such people are called to Allah and His Rasool that He may judge between them, behold! A party of them decline to come. However, if they have the truth on their side, they come to him voluntarily. Is there a disease in their Quloob (hearts)? Either they are skeptical, or else they fear that Allah and His Rasool will deny them justice. Nay! In fact, they are the ones who are the Za-leemoon (wrongdoers). Surah 33 Al-Ahzab, Ayah 32 O wives of Nabi! You are not like the other women: if you fear Allah, then you should not be complaisant while talking to the men who are not closely related to you, lest the one in whose Qalb (heart) is a disease may thereby be encouraged (desire), and speak using suitable good words. (Because they are having QALB disease they may get desire provoked by very soft speech).

About eating with sick, blind & lame (Surah 24 An-Nur, Ayah 61)

There is no blame on the blind, nor there is blame on the lame, nor there blame on the sick to eat at your table.

About Fasting during illness (Surah 2 Al-Baqara, Ayah 184)

Fast the prescribed number of days; except if any of you is ill or on a journey, let him fast a similar number of days later. For those who cannot endure it for medical reasons, there is a ransom: the feeding of one poor person for each missed day. But if he feeds more of his own free will, it is better for him. However, if you truly understand the rationale of fasting, it is better for you to fast.

Illness during Hajj or Umrah (Surah 2 Al-Baqara, Ayah 196)

Complete the Hajj (obligatory pilgrimage to Makkah) and the Umrah (optional visit to Makkah) for the sake of Allah. If you are prevented from proceeding then send such offering for sacrifice as you can afford and do not shave your head until the offerings have reached their destination. But if any of you is ill or has an ailment in his scalp which necessitates shaving, he must pay a ransom either by fasting or feeding the poor or offering a sacrifice. If in peacetime anyone wants to take the advantage of performing Umrah and Hajj together, he should make an offering which he can afford; but if he lacks the means, let him fast three days during the Hajj and seven days on his return making ten days in all. This order is for the one whose household is not in the precincts of the Sacred Mosque. Fear Allah and know that Allah is strict in retribution. News Mobilization Network

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