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Narrated Abu Huraira may Allah be pleased with them:

Allah's Messenger (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, 'Beware of suspicion, for it is the worst of false tales and don't look for the other's faults and don't spy and don't hate each other, and don't desert (cut your relations with) one another O Allah's slaves, be brothers!"

The provisions of Islamic law are based on honesty and certainty, not on the suspicion and speculation.

The rules of Islam are conclusive with neither doubt, nor confusion nor contradiction.

Islam is keen on liberating the Muslim from the shackles of doubt and its surroundings, the fears of the soul and the devil's whispers and steps. One`s destiny is contingent on the soundness of his heart.

The heart will not be sound except with leaving behind the illusions, which are received from here and there; they disturb the heart and cover its light, and removes its tranquility.

Therefore, the Prophet (may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) warned us in this commandment of the bad assumptions, he said: " Beware of suspicion, for it is the worst of false tales”

It is the worst of the false tales in the sight of Allah and the wise people.

Assumption is of two types: 1- To have good assumptions of people which will surely lead to righteousness, and cut the suspicion leading to the evil.

2- To have bad assumptions of people which will surely lead to the tracking of the defects the violation of the sanctities, the false accusation of the innocent and the spreading of the sedition among the people.

We know that the slave will not escape from the torment of Allah in the Hereafter except with the soundness of the heart and the truthfulness of certainty.

The Muslim should think well about his Muslim brother as much as he can.

Even if you thought ill of someone, do not try to achieve this suspicion by searching and following the defects.

If you are pessimistic, replace it with optimism, and go ahead, while relying on your Lord the Almighty.

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