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Please read this... Not joking... Allah has seen you struggling with something. Allah says its over. A blessing is coming your way. If you believe in Allah send this message & please don't ignore it, you are being tested, Allah is going to fix two things (BIG) tonight in your favour. If you believe in Allah Drop everything & pass it on. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life... Dont break this chain send this to 14 friends in 10min Dnt open if ur not a muslim This is a true story; A very sick woman dreamt that Mohammed rasullulah (SAW) gave her water to drink. When she woke up in the morning she was well gained, fit, fine & Healed. She saw a piece of paper on the side of her table which read, "Mohammed is the true messenger of ALLAH." So she told people about what happened to her. One Officer who heard the lady's story, forwarded it by text to 13 people, and he instantly got promoted at work. Another guy who got the text deleted the message instantly and he suffered great loss for 13 days. Pls send this message to 13 people & see what good thing happens to you. Please, do not ignore this message. See how ALLAH will work wonders in your life, just because you believe, that's all it takes. Please forward. -- لا إله إلا الله محمد رسول الله --

اللَّهُمَّ صَلِّ صَلاَةً كَامِلَةً وَسَلِّمْ سَلاَماً تَامًّا عَلَى سَيِّدِنَا مُحَمَّدٍ تَنْحَلُّ بِهِ الْعُقَدُ وَتَنْفَرِجُ بِهِ الْمكُرَبُ وَتُقْضَى بِهِ الْحَوَائِجُ وَتُنَالُ بِهِ الرَّغَائِبُ وَحُسْنُ الْخَوَاتِمِ وَيُسْتَسْقَى الْغَمَامُ بِوَجْهِهِ الْكَرِيمِ وَعَلى آلِهِ وَصَحْبِهِ فِي كُلِّ لَCTمْحَةٍ وَنَفَسٍ بِعَدَدِ كُلِّ مَعْلُومٍ لَكَ.

If u send dis kalima to 16 people, even me, you'll hear good news within 12 hours 100%

السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته

Yes, it is a false message and can not be forwarded for the following reasons:

• The Qur'an is superior to these "text/emails".. If you send Qur'an copies to 14 people, even this does not get you the false claims they make E.g instant promotion at work.. Or destruction/loss if you do not send copies to 14 people. SubhanAllah. So it is clear that these 'chains' are lies.

• Saying things like "tomorrow will be the best day of your life" etc. is basically fortune telling (it is a matter of the unseen). And Islam forbids engaging in such things and especially believing them (disbelief). So right from this point you know that the chain email is falsehood/evil.

• It involves mention of the beloved Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم.. with a story of which the veracity is unknown. It may be fabricated. So it is upon every Muslim to first verify claims about the beloved Prophet, otherwise you may be helping in spreading falsehood and lies. If a person sees him in a dream, then the characteristics have to match that which was described in sahih ahadith. It may be that Satan appears to a person (in a different form) claiming to be the Prophet. We seek refuge in Allah سبحانه و تعالى from Satan. Or it may be that the person who is telling this 'story' is lying. So you have to check.

• These conditional numbers - "14 people" / "16 people" / "12 hours" / "10 minutes" etc. seem to be arbitrarily made up (and contradict each other in various different emails that are flying around). These numbers do not come from the Qur'an/Sunnah. Further proof that it has no basis in Islam.

• Plenty of Muslims have received such emails and never forwarded them and are fine, Alhamdulillah. So it is proven that they are false (but this isn't even needed as proof when all the above shows that it is false).

And there are more reasons, but this is sufficient. So overall - it is a false message (like you said) and to be deleted and never forwarded. Good things happen to you when you do good, and you get sin when you engage in what is wrong. So the 'chain messages' will only put you into sin.

**Note: Good messages with ayahs from Qur'an or sahih Hadiths that are sent through texts/emails are fine. And passing them along to others is good and rewarding. It is when this sort of superstition/falsehood that gets added into it (e.g "pass it onto X people or Y will happen") which makes it unacceptable.

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answered 6236 iLove01's gravatar image
edited May 27 at 03:36

Thank you for your question.

Brothers and Sisters, Please take my WARNING. Do NOT pass on lies like this to people.

It has so many lies. For example, the message reads: 'Allah is going to fix two things (BIG) tonight in your favour.'

Muslims cannot say things like this! This is making statements about Allah without knowledge.

It says: If u send dis kalima to 16 people, even me, you'll hear good news within 12 hours 100%

NOT TRUE - what kind of nonsense is this? FEAR ALLAH. Once again, LIES.

etc etc.

Please do not pass emails like this to people as you may then be involved in passing around lies about Allah and His Messenger (sallallahu alaihi wasallam).

And please, brothers and sisters, if you want to encourage people to do good deeds, then dont make up false stories of reward and punishment.

BTW, I dont know about whats exactly written in the Arabic so cant comment on it. Im not saying La ilaha illallah thats also in the message is a lie! Ofcourse thats not a lie in the message. We should also all recite Allahumma Salli Ala Muhammad..

Rabbana Taqabbal Minna Innaka Antas Samiul Aleem.

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answered 1856 IbnFaruque's gravatar image
edited May 26 at 05:02
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