عن الفضل بن العباس -رضي الله عنهما "إنما الطِّيَرَةُ ما أَمْضَاكَ أو رَدَّكَ".
[إسناده ضعيف. ملحوظة: هذا حكم محققي المسند، ولم نجد حكماً للألباني.] - [رواه أحمد.]
المزيــد ...

Al-Fadl ibn al-`Abbaas, may Allah be pleased with both of them, reported: "Tiyarah (considering something as a bad omen) is what prompts you to do something or to refrain from doing it."

Explanation

The forbidden Tiyarah (considering something as a bad omen) –which is regarded as Shirk– is that which makes a person proceed with what he intended to do or turn back from it, based on the bad omen. If, for instance, someone intended to travel then refrained from it because of a bad omen, then he has committed Shirk, shunned reliance on Allah, and made himself vulnerable to fear. What is understood from this Hadith is that bad omens do not harm a person if they do not affect his determination to do or not to do something.

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