Now, I will mention to you the commentary of the following verse of the Qur’an Majid as explained by Allamah Alusi As-sayed Mahmood Baghdadi (Rahmatullah Alaihe) in his commentary, Ruhul Ma’aani. Allah Ta'ala states,
Fear Allah Ta'ala by whose intermediary you ask people for your rights and be cautious regarding the rights of blood relatives - fulfill their rights.
Fear Allah Ta’ala. It should not happen that due to breaking ties with any blood relative, your duas are not accepted. On the plains of Arafat, Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihe Wasallam) made dua and said,
“Whoever has broken any ties of kinship should join it, otherwise due to him, his dua as well as ours will not be accepted.”
One Sahabi arose who had stopped speaking to his maternal aunty. He immediately proceeded to her and implored, “O beloved aunty! Forgive me, because Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihe Wasallam) announced, “whoever breaks off blood ties, Allah Ta'ala will destroy him and due to his evil, duas will not be accepted.” He asked for forgiveness, requested duas, greeted her after setting straight the matter and returned. Rasulullah (Sallallaho Alaihe Wasallam) was pleased.
Therefore, on trivial matters, do not break off ties with one’s brothers’ uncles grandparents i.e. with any family members. It is not permissible to break off ties without a severe necessity.
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