Pearl of Wisdom

'I heard Malik b. Anas, the jurist of Madina say, 'I used to go to visit Ja'far b. Muhammad al-Sadiq (AS), and he would place a cushion for me, respect me and say, inalik, indeed I like you.' I would be pleased with this comment and would praise Allah for it.' [Malik continued], 'He was a man always disposed to one of three states: either he was fasting, or praying, or engaged in Allah's remembrance. He was among the greatest worshippers, the greatest of abstemious people who fear Allah. He narrated many prophetic traditions, was sociable and friendly to sit with, and had much [for us] to benefit from.'

Muhammad b. Ziyad al-Azdi
Ibid. v. 47, p. 16, no. 1

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Question : #536 Category: Family Issues
Subject: family interaction with revert
Question: What is the limit and scope of interaction for a convert to Islam whose family are not Muslims – they may either be People of the Book or non-Believers?
What guidance would you offer them?
Answer: He must keep good relation with his parents, brothers and sisters and behave in such a manner that they are attracted towards the religion of Islam.

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