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Akhlaq >> Misappropriation

Total 14 hadees found


One who embezzles a property in his charge and does not deliver it to its owner and dies in such a condition, then he does not die in my community (he does not die a Muslim). When such a person meets Allah, He shall be infuriated with him. And one who purchases an embezzled property knowing that it is embezzled is just like the (actual) embezzler
Holy Prophet Muhammad al Mustafā (s.a.w.w.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 106; Wasaelush Shia

And it will be ordered to throw him in the fire; he will remain in the deep pit of Hell forever
Holy Prophet Muhammad al Mustafā (s.a.w.w.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 106; Wasaelush Shia

"If one is Muslim, he must not practice deceit and defalcation. For I have heard from Jibraeel that deceit and cheating belong to hell"Then he (s.a.w.s.) continued, “One who cheats a Muslim is not from us, and one who embezzles the believers is (also) not from us.”
Holy Prophet Muhammad al Mustafā (s.a.w.w.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 106; Wasaelush Shia

There are three qualities that are the sign of a hypocrite even if he prays and fasts and calls himself a Muslim: lying, violating promises and defalcation.
Holy Prophet Muhammad al Mustafā (s.a.w.w.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 107

There are four things and even if one of them enters a house it causes economic catastrophe and it never remains blessed: defalcation, thievery, wine and adultery
Amir al-Mu'minin Imām ‘Alī ibn Abī Tālib (a.s.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 107; Wasaelush Shia

Trustworthiness causes one to be self sufficient (financially) and misappropriation causes poverty
Holy Prophet Muhammad al Mustafā (s.a.w.w.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 107; Wasaelush Shia

A man inquired from Imam Ja’far as-Sadiq (a.s.), “Is it allowed to misappropriate the property of a Nasibi?” Imam (a.s.) replied, “Honour the trust of every person who entrusts you with it, or seeks your advice. Even if it is the killer of Imam Husain (a.s.).”
Imām Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sādiq (a.s.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 108; Wasaelush Shia

Husain Shabani says that he asked Imam Ja’far as-Sadiq (a.s.), “One of your followers considers the property and blood of Bani Umayya permissible for himself. He is also in possession of some property entrusted to him by the Bani Umayya?” Imam (a.s.) replied, “Restore the entrusted property to its owner even if they are Majoos (fireworshippers).” Imam Ja’far as-Sadiq (a.s.) is also reported to have said, “Allah has not sent any messenger but with (the order to propagate) truth and restoring of trust, whether of a righteous man or a sinner.”
Imām Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sādiq (a.s.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 109; Wasaelush Shia

Every historian has recorded that even prior to the declaration of his prophethood, the disbelievers of Quraish addressed the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.s.) by the title of ‘Ameen’. The disbelievers trusted him to the extent that even though they did not heed his call and did not profess Islam, they deposited their valuables with him. The trust in the Prophet’s trustworthiness was not restricted to the Quraish tribe, but was shared by the people of other tribes and areas as well. When these people came to Mecca during the Hajj season they used to put their belongings in the safe custody of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.s.). This continued after the declaration of prophethood. When the Prophet (s.a.w.s.) migrated to Madinah he gave all the things that were in his custody to Hazrat Ali (a.s.) and said: “Proclaim loudly, every morning and evening in Mecca that whoever had kept anything with Muhammad (s.a.w.s.) may collect it.”
Holy Prophet Muhammad al Mustafā (s.a.w.w.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 110

Misappropriating the trust of Allah and His Prophet (s.a.w.s.) is their disobedience. As far as the breach of trust is concerned, every person is the trustee of the laws revealed by Allah.
Imām Muhammad ibn ‘Alī al-Baqir (a.s.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 111; Tafseer Safi

"One person sends another with money to purchase a cloth. When the latter goes to the market he sees that he already has the same type of cloth at home. So can he come back and without saying anything give him the cloth that he was already having and retain the money?"Imam (a.s.) continued, “He should not even think of doing this and make himself contaminated with such a sin.” Then Imam (a.s.) recited the 72nd ayat of Surah Ahzaab: “Surely We offered the trust to the heavens and the earth and the mountains, but they refused to be unfaithful to it and feared from it, and man has turned unfaithful to it; Surely he is unjust, ignorant.” Then the Imam (a.s.) further said: “Even if this man has something better than what is available in the market, he must not give it to the buyer without informing him of the fact.”
Imām Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sādiq (a.s.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 119; Tafseer Safi

Sulayman Bin Khalid says, I inquired from Imam Ja’far as-Sadiq (a.s.): “A man had borrowed some money from me. Not only did he not repay the loan but he also took an oath that he did not owe me anything. Later he kept some of his money with me as a trust. Can I recover my debt from this money?” Imam (a.s.) replied, “Certainly that person has betrayed you but you should not betray trust. You must not commit the same sin.”
Imām Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sādiq (a.s.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 120; Nihaya of Shaykh Tusi

Beware! One should not commit Khayanat of even one camel! Otherwise, he will be summoned on the Day of Qiyamat riding the same camel and bleating like a camel. Beware! One should not commit Khayanat of even one horse! Otherwise he will be summoned on the Day of Qiyamat riding the same horse and neighing like a horse He will be calling me for help, ‘O Muhammad! O Muhammad!’ I will tell him that I had already warned him. Now I have no responsibility concerning him against Allah
Holy Prophet Muhammad al Mustafā (s.a.w.w.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 120; Al Kafi

Allamah Majlisi has recorded a tradition from the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.s.): “You must return even a needle and thread. For Khayanat will cause untold degradation and exposure of defects on the Day of Qiyamat.” A man came to the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.s.) with a needle that he had taken without permission. He said, “I had taken this needle to sew a pack saddle for my camel.” The Holy Prophet (s.a.w.s.) told him, “If this needle belongs to me I have forgiven you. However, if it belongs to the other Muslims you must pay for it so that it could be included in the public treasury for equal distribution.” “I was not aware that it was such a serious matter,” the Arab remarked, “If it is so, I will not keep the needle with me.” He handed over the needle to the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.s.) and went away.
Holy Prophet Muhammad al Mustafā (s.a.w.w.)
Greater Sins Vol 2, The Twenty-SecondGreater Sin ,page 121