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Jealousy

Bismillah hir Rahmaan nir Raheem.

In the name of Allah (Subhana Wa Ta'ala, The Most Beneficient, The Most Merciful).

"Wa min sharri hasidin idhaa hasad."

Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu says in Surah Al-Falaq, verse 5:

"And (Protect me) from the mischief of everyone jealous when he feels jealous."

Jealousy (envy) occurs when one sees that someone possesses certain blessings, and desires that these be taken away from him.

Alama Ibne Juzi (Rahmatullah Alaihi) says that Jealousy means to wish for the blessings of another to be destroyed or decreased, whether the envier obtains such blessings or not.

Jealousy is worse than all things that are bad. The first sin that occurred was the result of the Jealousy of Iblis towards Hazrat Adam (Alaihi Salam), and the first sin committed on earth was also the result of Jealousy - that which Qabeel did to Habeel. The ill treatment of Yusuf (Alaihi Salaam) by his brothers was also due to Jealousy.

Hazrat Aisha Siddiqa (R.A.) narrates that Aqaa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) said, that Jews do not feel so much envy for any of your things as they do for the 'Salaam' and 'Ameen'."

Hazrat Abu Huraira (R.A.) narrates that Aqaa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) said: "My ummah will surely be affected by spiritual illnesses". Sahaba Karaam (Rizwanullah alayhim ajmaeen) asked: "what is meant by spiritual illnesses". Aqaa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) said:

Competition for worldly gains, proudness on wealth, being far from each other and envy between eachother, to the extent that feuds occur, similarly to the previous nations.
A Hadith-e-Nabawi (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) narrated by Hazrat Zubair bin Awam (R.A.) in Masnad-e-Ahmad is: The habits of the previous nations i.e., envy and bearing grudges will become predominant in my ummah. Remember that these things are things which destroy the deen; By the Almighty in whose hand my soul lies, you cannot truly believe until you love one another: should I not tell you such a thing which if you start to practice then you shall begin to love one another? that is by spreading Salaam (Islamic greetings) amongst yourselves.

Hazrat Ans bin Malik (R.A.) narrates that Aqaa Kareem (Sallalaho Alaihe Wassallam) said "Do not bear grudges, be jealous nor break the ties of kinship. But rather, O slaves of Allah (Subhana Wa Ta'ala): live like brothers; And it is not allowed for any Muslim to cut off ties with a Muslim for a period greater than three days. (this is mentioned in Sahih Bukhari and Sahih Muslim)

Hazrat Wahab bin Mumbah (Rahmatullah Alaihi) says that a Hasid (one who envies) is characterised by three traits:

  1. Praising ('buttering') in the presence of the one being envied. (praising in front of him) (praising in the presence of someone)
  2. Backbiting in his absence.
  3. Feeling happiness at his misfortune.

Imam Behqi (Rahmatullah Alaihi) stated that the hasid abhors it when others obtain blessings from Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu, and that this envy becomes manifest sometimes by his face, and at other times by his speech.  The hasid becomes deprived of thankfulness to Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu due to his hasad. His habit of hasad keeps him perpetually in a state of sheer restlessness and anxiousness, and he is always miserable.

When Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu granted Aqaa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) Prophethood, the Jews started to envy Him , although in their holy books all the signs, characteristics , and predictions pertaining to Aqaa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) were present, and they were aware of the fact that Aqaa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam) was the true Nabi of Allah Paak Jalla Shanahu. However, they thought that the final Prophet that they were also awaiting would be from Bani' Israeel. When that was not the case, then due to hasad they turned against Aqaa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam). Secondly, Jews feel proud that they are of the children of Prophets, they call themselves not ummat, but family, and think of themselves and their blood as being superior to others. Because of a non Jew being granted prophethood, despite

knowing the truth, they opposed Aqaa Kareem (Sallallahu Alaihi wa Aalihi wa Sallam). Their envy was the greatest obstacle to them for accepting Islam.

Imam Ghazali (Rahmatullah Alaihi) mentions in Ihyaa-e-Uloom: A person said the following to a King: "A person who does something good for another should be treated according to the results of his good, because for a person who does wrong, his wrong is enough for him (as punishment); a person who is jealous, his jealousy is enough for him as punishment. The king liked this saying very much to the effect that the King made him a close companion. On seeing this, another person started to burn in the fire of envy, and one day he came to the King and said, "The man who you praise all the time smells a bad odour from your mouth. If you do not believe me then call him close to yourself and observe for yourself- that he will place his hand over his mouth. On one side he said this to the King, and the next day the envier invited the other man for lunch, and added a large quantity of garlic in the food. After consuming the food, both men went to the King, and the envier reminded the King, so the King called the person close to himself, and the person really did put his hand to cover his mouth out of fear that the King will smell the garlic from his mouth and he will feel displeased. The King affirmed in his heart that this person really does smell a bad odour from me, thus in a state of anger, he wrote a letter to his police chief (of that time), issuing an order instructing that the person who is bringing this letter to you, slaughter him and stuff his skin and then send it back to me. The common practice was that the King used to write such a letter only when he wishes to reward someone. The envier first complained and now he was the victim of greed, he thought that the King must have written something of reward for this man, therefore he wanted to get hold of this letter. The envier said to the man to give the letter to him,

"I will take it as I am going there to meet him so i'll give it to him". Then the person gave the letter to the envier. The envier was happy that he will get the rewards now, the police chief read the letter and got him slaughtered, his body stuffed. The other man went to King the next day and seeing him alive and well, the King enquired about the letter. He explained that he had given letter to the other person. The King said that the other man used to say that you smelt a bad odour from my mouth. The man said that I had never said that. The King said that when I called you next to me why did you put your hand over your mouth. The man explained that the other man fed me food with a large quantity of garlic and thus a bad odour emanated from my mouth, which is why I kept my hand over my mouth so that you will not get disturbed by the unpleasant smell. On hearing this, the King said: "You have spoken the truth: Indeed, whosoever does bad, his bad is enough for him."

A man asked Hazrat Hassan Basri (Rahmatullah Alaihi): "Does a believer also do hasad?" He (Rahmatullah Alaihi) replied: "Have you forgotten the state of the sons of Hazrat Yaqub (Alaiyhi’ Salam), as it was only because of Jealousy that they treated Hadhrat Yusuf (Alaiyhi’ Salam) as they did. A believer does feel envy, however he should not disclose it, so that until he does not cause harm via hand or tongue, it remains harmless.

It is the teaching of many wise people that Jealousy is such a wound that never heals and whatever an envier goes through, it is indeed enough for him.

Hazrat Imam Ghazali (Rahmatullah Alaihi) writes about the remedy for Jealousy: when a person feels Jealous towards another, and then feels pride because of this, he should present himself politely and with humbleness, and if hasad is a result of not obtaining a certain thing, then one

should begin to give the hasid more, and behave with more affection towards him so that he will also reciprocate love and thereby get rid of the hasad (jealousy).

One should practice the attributes of forgiveness, tolerance, patience, humbleness and one should avoid the attributes of envy, bearing grudges, hatred, enmity, and telling lies. Nobody’s injustice and ill treatment should prompt you to respond in the same manner.
 
May Allah Paak Jallah Shanahu save us all from envy, hatred, bearing grudges and enmity. Ameen.

"Wa ma alaiyna illal balaghul mubeen".

By:Peerzada Dr. Haroon-ur-Rashid Kashmiri

 

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