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Default Calling out for one’s mother or father when Frightened ? Shaykh Muhammad ibn Haadee

Question:
This person says: What is the ruling on saying: “Mommy” or “Daddy” when frightened?

Answer:
If he is scared; such as a toddler or child or the likes, then this is from Istighaathah (seeking aid) with one who is alive, near, and able to help; there is no harm in this.
As for in times of calamity, calling out to them; then this is not permissible if they are absent, or dead. This is Shirk.
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Shirk is you making a rival for the Deity (i.e., Allaah)
Whereas none shared with Allaah in creating you;
You supplicating to him, hoping in him, fearing him, intending him
In repelling evil and from him you seek good;
Similar to those of old, supplicating to the dead calling out to them;
Hoping for their help after they have been buried;
This is Shirk.
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If these actions, O scholars, are not Shirk;
Then what is Shirk; tell me or get away from me!
Translated By: Raha ibn Donald Batts
Source: http://ar.miraath.net/fatwah/6845
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