There are several ways that Prophet Mohamed (pbuh) had taught the Muslims on how to do salawat and what to say.
Some are as followed:
حَدَّثَنِي سَعِيدُ بْنُ يَحْيَى، حَدَّثَنَا أَبِي، حَدَّثَنَا
مِسْعَرٌ، عَنِ الْحَكَمِ، عَنِ ابْنِ أَبِي لَيْلَى، عَنْ كَعْبِ بْنِ
عُجْرَةَ ـ رضى الله عنه ـ قِيلَ يَا رَسُولَ اللَّهِ، أَمَّا السَّلاَمُ
Lets start with what is authentic, Quran says about the marital relationship addressing husbands:
... And live with them in kindness. ... (4:19)
And addressing the wives or women:
...And due to the wives is similar to what is expected of them, according to what is reasonable. ... [sahih international]
...And they (women) have rights similar to those ...
This narration is not found in any of the authentic collections of Hadeeth.
From the answer to this question on IslamQA:
ما يذكره بعض الناس عن أبي بكر رضي الله عنه - ويحكيه بعضهم عن عمر رضي الله عنه – أنه قال : " لو كانت إحدى قدمي في الجنة والأخرى خارجها لما أمنت مكر الله " لم نجد له أصلا في كتب أهل الحديث ، ولا نعلم أحدا من أهل العلم ذكره .
وقد سئل ...
The Qur'an confirmed and expanded on the previous scriptures — one of which was the Torah — and while the revelation of Moses was accompanied by a great show of miracles to large numbers of people, the same cannot really be said for later, or earlier, biblical prophets. There have been believers since the dawn of mankind until the present day; ...
The Qur'an itself doesn't use the word "Bible", but "Torah", "Zabur" and "Injeel" which were revealed to Moses, David and Jesus respectively. Meanwhile, the Bible was written by some 40 authors, many of whom the Qur'an doesn't recognize. For example, a large chunk of the New Testament was written by Paul, whom the Qur'an doesn't recognize as a Prophet, so ...
The exact words that you quoted are not in any Sunni book that I have come across. However, a hadith attributed to 'Ali ibn Abi Tālib — not to the Prophet — was documented by Muhammad al-Munawi in Fayd al-Qadīr:
قال علي كرم الله وجهه: من ترك اللحم أربعين يوما ساء خلقه ومن داوم عليه أربعين يوما قسا قلبه
— NOTE: My own translation, so treat with care.
First let me address your concern about claims that Shia hadith books are not reliable. Quiet conversely, Shia hadiths are generally more reliable for some reasons among which are these two:
Shia believes in the Isma of their twelve Imams (a.s), and have received the authentic hadiths of the Prophet of Islam (PBUH) from the Imams for more than 250 years ...
The hadith is basically correct in its meaning, similar authentic reports may be found elsewhere, for example:
ما أنزل الله داء إلا أنزل له شفاء
There is no disease that Allah has created, except that He also has created its treatment.
— Sahih Bukhari
إن الله لم يجعل شفاءكم فيما حرم عليكم
Allah has not put your cure in what he has made unlawful to you.
Well refuting or answering questions of anti-Islam or anti-sunnah etc. websites is not the purpose of this site. I'm answering this with a focus on source identification or reference-request and check of the authenticity of the source with a small insight into hadith interpretation.
An anti sunnah-website that misuses Sunnah to show its contradiction
Several points to make here. Perhaps if you read a biography of the Prophet, some of your questions may be answered. However:
1) Character evidence: The Prophet was called 'Al Ameen' (the trustworthy) by his people much before the revelation. Even after the revelation, those who disbelieved in him never called him a liar (although they did accuse him of ...
First of all i have to correct some information in your question.
The full name of sahih al-Bukhari and its meaning
al-Bukhari was born in Bukhara which nowadays isn't located in Iran but in Uzbekistan and neither of those two countries existed or had those names at the time AFAIK. So saying he's Iranian is like some Arabs pretending ibn Sina to be an Arab ...
Anyone who have basic knowledge of hadees science knows that their are many types of collections of ahadees from which sahih is the type in which the collector/author tries his best to make sure that only authentic ahadees come through his book.
The purpose of the book was to arrange al-Suyuti's al-Jaami` al-sageer into fiqhi sections. Writer of kanz ul ...
The quote you provided seems to be adopted in part from a weak hadith that can be found in Hilyat al-Awliyā' (Arabic: حلية الأولياء وطبقات الأصفياء), vol. 1, pp. 238-239, as documented by Abu Nuaym al-Isbahani through a narration by Muadh ibn Jabal:
حدثنا أبي، ثنا محمد بن إبراهيم بن يحيى، ثنا يعقوب الدورقي، ثنا محمد بن موسى المروزي أبو عبد الله، قال: ...
The hadith of the pond of Khumm (Arabic: حدیث غدیر خم) has multiple versions, and a multitude of interpretations based on these different versions. The Sunni view is that the hadith is not an indication, implicitly or explicitly, of successorship, regardless of its authenticity. The answer below is solely from a Sunni point of view.
The hadith of the farewell pilgrimage is strong and well known, it is also in agreement with the Quran:
يا أيها الناس إنا خلقناكم من ذكر وأنثى وجعلناكم شعوبا وقبائل لتعارفوا إن أكرمكم عند الله أتقاكم
O mankind, indeed We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another. Indeed, the most noble of you in the ...
Its meaning is correct and supported in many other ways as well.
From the Koran:
وَقَاتِلُوهُمْ حَتَّىٰ لَا تَكُونَ فِتْنَةٌ وَيَكُونَ الدِّينُ كُلُّهُ
And fight them until there is no fitnah and [until] the religion, all of it, is for Allah .
This will happen when Jesus (Isa) returns near the Day of Judgement when all ...
It is not that Quran is trusted because Mohammad (PBUH) is trusted.
It is the reverse!
The main miracle of the Mohammad (PBUH) is Quran.
The prophethood of Mohammad (PBUH) is accepted
because Quran is a miracle, not vice versa.
The claim that Mohammad (PBUH) made up Quran by himself
was made even during his time, and
it is mentioned in Quran.
It is not a new ...
The hadith of a donkey reporting its owner is compiled in the book of ibn Hebban called the scarred people " المجروحين " (2/328) (which means their narration is not thrusworthy) while quoting Muhammad ibn Mazyad abu Ja'afar. And ibn al-Jawzy in his Mawdo'at (555).
The hadith is reported by the sahaibi abi Mandhor (May Allah be pleased with him) and shows ...
As you say, there's verses of the Qur'an which say it's protected by Allah:
Indeed, it is We who sent down the Qur'an and indeed, We will be its guardian.
Qur'an 15:9 (see also Qur'an 41:42)
Thus, Islamic belief is that the Qur'an is accurately preserved. However, the Qur'an is fundamentally a recitation (rather than a book):
Rather, the Qur'an is ...
There is a difference of opinions on whether Al-Badee' (Arabic: البديع) is one of the names of Allah. The name generally means the Originator.
The majority of scholars do not consider Al-Badee' to be one of Allah's names, but rather the phrase بَدِيعُ السَّمَاوَاتِ وَالْأَرْضِ is considered to be an attribute, based on the verse you quoted:
Yes, there is an authentic hadith to that effect in Sahih Muslim in the book of hunting, slaughter, and what may be eaten:
حَدَّثَنِي زُهَيْرُ بْنُ حَرْبٍ، حَدَّثَنَا هُشَيْمٌ، أَخْبَرَنَا أَبُو بِشْرٍ، عَنْ سَعِيدِ بْنِ جُبَيْرٍ، قَالَ مَرَّ ابْنُ عُمَرَ بِفِتْيَانٍ مِنْ قُرَيْشٍ قَدْ نَصَبُوا طَيْرًا وَهُمْ يَرْمُونَهُ وَقَدْ جَعَلُوا لِصَاحِبِ ...
Known sources of this statement
This statement was attributed to Sufyan a-Thawri by abu Laith as-Smarqandi in his Tanbeeh al-Ghafilyn bi ahadithi sayyid al-Mursalynتنبيه الغافلين بأحاديث سيد الأنبياء والمرسلين and imam al-Qurtobi in his known book a-Tadhkirah bi ahwal al-Mawta wa omor al-Akhirah التذكرة بأحوال الموتى وأمور الآخرة (which is your own source), ...
The hadith is reliable since it has its authentic (sahīh, Arabic: صحيح) chains, albeit not through Jami' at-Tirmidhi 1173. To understand where the Islam Q&A article comes from, one has to understand what is involved with this hadith:
Matn. The words of the hadith (al-matn, Arabic: المتن) were recorded on multiple occasions in at least seven versions. ...
This statement doesn't appear in any sahih book as it is even doubtful if it was a hadith at all. The only author who apparently attributed it to the prophet () was Burhan ad-Dyn al-Halabi (from Aleppo) علي بن برهان الدين الحلبي the author of as-Sirah al-Halabiyah (3/295) a biography of the prophet () where it is mentioned without any narrator chain as a ...
On the authenticity of the hadith
Basically the matter which creates confusion in this narratiion is primarily is the addition:
... and a tame sheep came in and ate it
This addition was compiled by ibn Majah, imam Ahmad and abu Ya'ala in their Musnad and by at-Tabarani in his al-Mo'jam al-Awsat via ibn Ishaaq the known "biographer" of the prophet, who ...
This hadith was narrated different ways but most Islamic scholars believe that it is fabricated. Also, in content it is not true, because there are a lot of hadiths which mentioned every one enters in the heaven is youth not adult.
Here are some hadiths which prove that everyone in the heaven is youth:
حَدَّثَنَا مُحَمَّدُ بْنُ بَشَّارٍ، وَأَبُو هِشَامٍ ...
Simple answer: Most of the words can be considered authentic. The order and wording may not be the exact same in all places.
Long answer: Muslim means "someone in a state of peace". According to the Quranic manuscripts we have today, a muslim holds faith in one God and is steadfast in the daily prayers towards God. In other words a person in a state of ...
There are lots of proves about It,I try to note some of important proves:
1.Quranic verses and Allah promise about Quran Preservation:
"Indeed, it is We who sent down the Qur'an and indeed, We will be its
"Indeed, upon Us is its collection [in your heart] and [to make
possible] its recitation."(Surat Al-Qiyāmah,...
Imam al-Bukhari himself indicated that his collection was not 100% Sahih as per the way he would transmit the narration, and there are several.
Imams like ad-Daraqutni, al-Aqili, ibn Hazem and even Ibn Hajr confirmed there are weak hadiths in al-Bukharis Jami.
The problem is, Hadith science is a man-made science and it can be changed at anytime. Some ...
According to Juynboll's Encyclopedia of Canonical Hadith, on the authority of al-Ma'rur b. Suwayd, the mu'ammar:
We passed by Abu Dharr in Rabadha...Abu Dharr said, "I had a quarrel with one of my brethren whose mother was of foreign descent, so I vilified him as [you son of a black mother]. He went to complain about me to the Prophet. When the Prophet ...