عن أبي موسى الأشعري -رضي الله عنه- قال: قال رسول الله -صلى الله عليه وسلم-: «ثلاثة لا يدخلون الجنة مُدْمِنُ خمر، وقاطع الرحم، ومُصَدِّق بالسِّحْر».
[صحيح لغيره.] - [رواه أحمد وابن حبان.]
المزيــد ...

Abu Mūsa al-Ash‘ari (may Allah be pleased with him) reported that the Messenger of Allah, ‎peace be upon him, said: "Three will not enter Paradise: the habitual drinker of alcohol, the one who severs the ties of kinship, and the one who believes in sorcery. ‎" ‎
[Sahih/Authentic by virtue of corroborating evidence] - [Ibn Hibbaan - Ahmad]

Explanation

The Messenger of Allah (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) informs us in this ‎Hadīth that there are three categories of people who will not enter Paradise because of the ‎major sins that they commit, all of which are harmful to themselves and the whole ‎community: ‎The first of them is the one involved in habitual drinking of alcohol, which obscures one's reason, magnanimity, and even humanity. ‎The second is the one who breaks the ties of kinship, because in so doing, he causes enmity and ‎disunity between the members of his family - the result of this may be that one would live by himself, ‎outcast and ignored by the closest people to him. ‎The third is the one who believes in sorcery, which also includes fortune-telling, because this ‎encourages cheating, fraud, and deception for the purpose of stealing the money of the ‎people. The threat here does not apply to the one who merely believes that sorcery has ‎effect, because it undoubtedly has effect. Nevertheless, whoever believes that sorcery can ‎transform the nature of things (transform wood into gold for example) is certainly meant by ‎this threat because no one can do this except Allah, the Almighty. ‎

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