Is Beard Important in Islam
You will know in this article how important it is to have a beard in Islam.
Understand that it is very important for a Muslim man to have a beard.
Allah does not like a man who does not have a beard on his face.
Hazrat Muhammad has ordered: “Trim closely the moustache, and let the beard flow (Grow).” – Narrated Ibn Umar (R.A.) in Muslim Shareef, Hadith no. (498).
Hazrat Muhammad (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam) said: “Anyone who shaves has no claim to the mercy of Allah” – Reported by Ibn Abbas (R.A.) in Tibrani Shareef.
All the prophets had beards.
And all the Sahaba’s also had beards.
Hadhrat Abdullah Ibn Umar (R.A.) used to cut that portion (which exceeds the grip of the hand) of the beard – Tirmidhi Shareef.
A bearded person earns good deeds 24 hours a day.
Not having a beard while being a Muslim is an undesirable practice.
A Muslim who follows Islam and does not have a beard is not acceptable.
Keeping a beard is a very virtuous act in Islam.
A Muslim man should keep his beard in his youth.
The more you keep a beard in your youth, the more reward you will get.
Keeping a beard in youth saves a person from many sins.
If you die without a beard, you will be raised in the same state in the resurrection tomorrow.
And if you die with a beard, maybe Allah will see your face and forgive you in the Day of Resurrection.
Keep your beard with the intention that Allah please.