Hazrat Ali Quotes about Abusive Language

Hazrat Ali quotes about abusive language make us understand that how strict Islam is about the issue. Islam has always forbidden Muslims to avoid the foul language at any cost. At various occasions, Islam has taught us not use obscene words even for nonbelievers. Islam does not allow any Muslim to taunt another person. Because when you are taunting, abusing or humiliating someone, you are actually performing an evil act. Such an act is loved and supported by the Satan. Islam has even forbidden cursing a sinner. A sinner may become a pious person at some point because of your guidance kindness. But he may get far away from you and Islam if you are abusing and cursing him.

Hazrat Ali quotes about abusive language can show us the right path. It can help us to know that how disliked abusive language is in Islam. Using abusive language is becoming more and more common these days. You can find people abusing and taunting each other without even thinking about anything. They have become so much used to it that they do not even realize what they are saying. Through understanding Hazrat Ali (R.A)’s message, we can avoid and refrain ourselves from using abusive language even as a joke.

Hazrat Ali (R.A) has told us that a person can never abuse or curse someone if he has self-respect. He cannot use such words for someone else that he does not like for himself. It is his self-respect that refrain him from abusing someone. He has also told us that our words have a worth like gold and silver or even more. So we must not waste our words by using abusive and obscene language and by cursing and taunting others.

Given below are some of the helpful and popular quotes of Hazrat Ali (R.A) about the abusive language:

Hazrat Ali (R.A) heard some of his men who were abusing Syrians during the battle of Siffin. He forbade them from abusive the Syrians in following words:

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“I dislike you starting to abuse them, but if you describe their deeds and recount their situations that would be a better mode of speaking and a more convincing way of arguing.”

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“The abusive language leads a man to lose the honor and glory and affection. Speaking ill diminishes the value of the man and it corrupts the brotherhood.”

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“Avoid speaking bad and ugly because it causes the hearts of people to start abominating you. Keep yourself protected from pride and self-appraising as it is a strong trick of the Satan.”

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“Abnegate the nonsense because Allah has not made you futile so that you keep yourself occupied with it. Nor will it happen that you will not be asked at all (in hereafter) so that you can keep doing whatever your heart desires (in this world).”

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“Refrain yourself from adverting inglorious talks, otherwise your consociation and noblemen will be disgusted by you.”

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“Each and everything has a seed, and the seed to the enmity is abusive jokes and teasing.”

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“Take care of your tongue like the way you take care of gold and silver.”

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“The person who mounts the ride of abusive talking, he flounders from it.”