Thursday, 28 April 2011

What the teacher did is haraam

One of the students is very fond of a teacher, and the teacher shares this feeling. The teacher was reading the students’ answers to a test, then she dictated the answers to this girl so that she could get a higher grade, i.e., it was an act of blatant cheating. What is the ruling on this? Also, does the crowing of a roosetr mean that it has seen the angels?

Praise be to

This cheating on the part of the teacher
is haraam, and it is also haraam for her to single out and favour one
student. If she likes her because she is taken with her prettiness,
beauty, energy, knowledge, intelligence or character, then she may praise
her for that, but helping her to cheat is haraam. With regard to the
second part of the question, yes, this is correct. The hadeeth says:
“If you hear the voice of the rooster, then ask Allaah of His bounty,
for it has seen an angel. But if you hear the braying a donkey then
seek refuge with Allaah from the Shaytaan, for it has seen a devil.” 


Shaykh ‘Abd-Allaah ibn ‘Abd al-Rahmaan al-Jibreen from Al-Daw’ah magazine, no. 1795, p. 45


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