Bad omen is prohibited


What is Islam’s opinion about making bad omens and considering some things as ominous?

Regrettably, people have long been caught up in hanging hands for bad omens;
If the birth of a baby coincided with the fire of the neighbor’s house, the incident would be considered a sign of the baby’s ominous step;
Or if one of the bride’s or groom’s relatives died at the same time as the wedding party, they would write it on the bride’s or groom’s unlucky feet.
All these attributions and bad omens are nothing but false assumptions that are strictly prohibited in the Islamic school of education. In verse 131 of Surah Al-A’raf, one of the examples of bad omen can be seen in the thoughts and words of the people of Israel: So when goodness (and blessing) came to them, they said: “This is because of our own (merit)” and if you bite It reached them, they gave bad omens to Moses and his companions
Be aware that (the source of) their misfortune is only with God (who will punish them for their bad deeds), but most of them do not know.
In order to be freed from the evil fortune-telling, every person must find the root of personal and social problems in himself and accept the responsibility of his actions in the emergence of that problem and not blame others for no reason. A person should not disturb his mind and psyche by engaging in superstitions and think that the world and man are inauspicious and inauspicious with illusions and false imaginations.
Mishkah book, Tafsir of the Holy Qur’an, vol. 10, pp. 411-413. #كتابمشكاهجلد10 @Mohammadaliansari
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