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al-Jubn - Cowardice

Contents > Islamic Personality > Cowardice

You must know not to be a coward. Allah says,

“It is but Satan who instils [into you] fear of his allies: so fear them not, but fear Me, if you are [truly] believers!” al-Qur’an, Surah aal ‘Imraan, 3: 175

Sa’(ra) ibn Abi Waqqas (ra) narrated that the Prophet (saw) used to seek refuge at the end of his Salah with the following words,

“O Allah I seek refuge in you from cowardice (al-Jubn) and from miserliness and I seek refuge in you from being helpless through old age and I seek refuge in you from the trials of this world and I seek refuge in you from the trials of the grave.” Saheeh al-Bukhari








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