the promise, regardless of whether the promise includessome type of wealth for the person receiving the promiseor otherwise.They also argue from the
, with the Hadithrecorded in the Two Sahihs in which Allah's Messengersaid,
ٌثََ َُِِْا َُی:َُِْؤا اَذِإَو ،َبََآ َثَ اَذِإَو ،َََْأ َََو اَذِإ
There are three signs for a hypocrite:- when he promises, he breaks his promise;- when speaks, he lies; and- when he is entrusted, he betrays.
And in another Hadith in the Sahih,
ٌةَِاَو ِِ َْﻥَآ َْﻡَو،ًَِ ًَُِﻡ َنَآ ِِ ُآ َْﻡ ٌَْرَأ
ََََی َْ ٍقَِﻥ ِْﻡ ٌََْ ِِ َْﻥَآ ُِْﻡ
There are four characteristics which if one has allof them, he is the pure hypocrite, and if anyonehas any of them, he has a characteristic of hypocrisy, until he abandons it.
So he mentioned breaking the promise amongthese four characteristics.We mentioned the meaning of these two Hadithsin the beginning of the explanation of Sahih Al-Bukhari, and to Allah is the praise and the thanks.Therefore Allah implied this meaning, when He continuedHis admonishment by saying,
َنََُْ َ َﻡ اَُُ نَأ ِا َِ ًَْﻡ ََُآ
Most hateful it is with Allah that you say that which youdo not do.Imam Ahmad and Abu Dawud recorded that Abdullah bin`Amir bin Rabi`ah said,"Allah's Messenger came to us while I was ayoung boy, and I went out to play. My mother