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?Man?s worst hours are three in number: the hour wherein he will see the angel of death with his own eyes, the hour when he will rise up from his grave, and the hour when he will stand before Allah, Blessed and most High.'

Imam Ali ibn Hussain Zayn al-'Abidin [as]
al-Khisal, p. 119, no. 108

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Question : #642 Category: Miscellaneous
Subject: gave promise
Question: Asalamalikum to all,

My friend is in need of money in future and she was presenting as if she is in urgent and no body is helping her.At this moment I promised her that I will help her and give money and i took the name of allah and said dont worry I will give you I will give you.Later after sometime I called my husband actually it is both my husbands money and my money which I want to give her but my husband said I need to think but I gave her promise in the name of Allah.Then I said to her My husband said he will think and will give money at the same time I asked her please excuse me I gave you promise int he name of Allah which I cannot fulfill.She said its OK and she is not talking to me.(by the way we both are girls)
From that time I came to my house I am really feeling like something in my heart I also prayed to allah and asked for forgiveness.but I still feel the same.Can someone please suggests me what to do.

Yours Sister
Answer: Inshallah this finds you well.

The money promised with the name of Allah is called an oath/qasam and if you do not intentionally act according to your oath, you should give Kaffarah for it, which means you should set a slave free, or should fully feed ten indigent persons, or should provide them with clothes. And if your not able to perform these acts, you should fast for three consecutive days.

If it was unintentional, then repent to Allah sincerely and pray it doesn't occur again.
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Thank you somuch for the answer inshallah I will follow any one of the following
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Inshallah, remember the orphans and needy in your prayers.

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