Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem
Previously, people regarded this month of Safar as an unlucky month. Rasulullah ﷺ established the Dien of Islam and put an end to such incorrect beliefs.
Unfortunately, this belief still lingers with many people. Undoubtedly, there are many days and months that are regarded as blessed in Islam, such as Jumu`ah, Ramadaan and various other occasions. However, we do not have an unlucky occasion in our Deen. It is against the grain of Imaan to believe in superstition, which is tantamount to Shirk.
For example: There are many people who are outwardly involved in various forms of Ibaadat yet they believe that if a cat meows at night, then news of someone’s death will reach them.
Life and death is totally in the hands of Allah Ta’ala. This is mentioned in various parts of the Qur’aan Sharief and Hadith. Allah Ta’ala is the Giver and Taker of life.
If a person believes in Tawheed and knows the pure teachings of the Qur’aan Sharief and Rasulullah ﷺ, then how can he entertain the slightest belief that the meowing of a cat is connected to death?
Similarly, there are people that believe in certain numbers being a source of bad luck, such as the number thirteen. Having such beliefs reflect towards the weakness of our Imaan. There is a need to rectify these incorrect beliefs…
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