What this hadith means"Biru abahakum tabirukum abnahakum

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Bir= righteousness, doing good, being right

and in the hadeeth it is saying; "Do BIRR to you fathers and your sons will do BIRR to you."

Birru= do Birr, do good, be right to

Abaa-akum= your fathers ("abaa"=fathers) ("kum"= your in plural)

ta-Birr-ukum= (they will do Birr/good/right to you)

abnaa-akum= your sons ( "abnaa"= sons) ("kum"= your in plural)

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