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You see, the problem here is that the Arabic language has changed. Which can be said for pretty much any other language that has been in use for over fourteen centuries. Arabic, as it is commonly spoken and understood around the world, really has little in common with the Arabic spoken during the time of the Prophet and encoded in the Qur'an. Heck, even the ...


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Having sex with a slave that one owns is permissible in Islam as they are "those your right hand possesses" as mentioned in the verses 23:6 and 4:3. The relation is not much different from a normal wife, as the following conditions similar to marriage apply: Sex may only be had with a slave whom one owns, it is not permitted to have relations with ...


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The people differed on him, although the majority seem to have considered him Thiqah. They include Yahya ibn Ma'in, an-Nasa'i, Al-'Ajli etc. Bukhari, Ibn Hibban and Ibn Khuzaimah have narrated from him in their Sahihs (where they only include authentic narrations). His student Shu'bah has narrated from him, and it is said that he only narrated from those he ...


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In Jummah prayers, it is mustahab to recite: Al-Jummah and Al-Munafiqun or Al-A'la and Al-Ghashiyah This is based on the narrations below: عن ابن أبي رافع، قال: استخلف مروان أبا هريرة على المدينة، وخرج إلى مكة، فصلى لنا أبو هريرة الجمعة، فقرأ بعد سورة الجمعة، في الركعة الآخرة: إذا جاءك المنافقون، قال: فأدركت أبا هريرة حين انصرف، فقلت له: إنك قرأت ...


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You mixed up different people. The person in the isnad of the hadith of Imam Bukhari is Abdur-Rahman ibn Abi Bakrah Ath-Thaqafi (RA). Abu Bakrah's real name was Nufay ibn Al-Harith, and he was a Sahabi. Hence, his son Abdur-Rahman was a Tabi'i. The person mentioned in the hadith of the Muwatta is Abdur-Rahman ibn Abi Bakr (RA). Abu Bakr (RA) is the famous ...


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The narrators of the chain are all reliable and the chain is Hasan according to Al-Arnaa’oot. According to al-Sindi it is a metaphorical way of saying that Allah created Muhammad ﷺ with the best of hearts, not that He literally found out that it was the best after the fact. المراد: أنه تعالى خلق قلبه صلى الله عليه وسلم خير قلب بطريق الكناية، وليس المراد أنه ...


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Here's the actual wording of ibn Kathir (Source) - note that the paragraph with the statement of Muhammad ibn Ishaaq only appears a few paragraphs later-: يقول تعالى مخبرا عن مريم أنها لما قال لها جبريل عن الله تعالى ما قال : إنها استسلمت لقضاء الله تعالى فذكر غير واحد من علماء السلف أن الملك - وهو جبريل عليه السلام - عند ذلك نفخ في جيب درعها ، فنزلت النفخة ...


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They are not the same apparently. The longer name of Maslamah ibn Abdullah Al-Juhani is mentioned in Tahzeeb Al-Tahzeeb here. Namely, his grandfather's name is Raba'ee, not Urwa. His full name would be Maslamah ibn Abdullah ibn Raba'ee Al-Juhani.


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I hope to find time to elaborate this answer later: There are basically two different sahabah on whom's authority this was transmitted: ibn 'Abbas () as a marfo' hadith abu Hurairah () -which also shoule be regarded as marfo'- it is also mentioned that 'Aishah (), ibn 'Umar (), abu Dharr, Sahl ibn Sa'ad and others have reported something similar. At least ...


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About the authenticity The hadith is regarded as hassan by a majority of scholars. It appears in several sources among them Musnad Ahmad and Jami' at-Tirmidhi. Is the interpretation "clouds" the only one existing The point in this hadith is the interpretation of the word: عَمَاءٍ 'Amaa' Most translations interpreted it as clouds, ibn al-Athir saidthis word ...


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A hadith on Abraham (عليه السلام) stoning the devil at the Jamaraat is recorded through Ibn Abbas in both Marfoo' and Mawqoof forms. The marfoo' versions are: عن ابن عباس: أن رسول الله-صلي الله عليه وسلم- قال: إن جبريل ذهب بإبراهيم إلى جمرة العقبة، فعرض له الشيطان، فرماه بسبع حصيات، فساخ، ثم أتى الجمرة الوسطى، فعرض له الشيطان، فرماه بسبع حصيات، فساخ، ثم أتى ...


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The hadith has been criticized because of the weakness of عبد الله بن سلمة see Al-Arnaa’oot and Al-Albani. Ibn Kathir postulated that a mix-up has happened between the miracles and the ten commandments.


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I found at least two interpretations of the hadith that are at least sensible. Obviously, there is discussion regarding the authenticity of the hadith. However, I will assume for a moment that the hadith is authentic. Firstly, it could be that the hadith omits a part of the conversation. Basically, like this: So they went to the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) to ...


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I somewhat disagree with the answer given ln by @goldpseudo. The Arabic language - restricted on the words of the qur'an- has not changed. But similarly as the restriction made by 'Othman ibn' Affan in his compilation of the qur'an by favoring the language of Quraish. The - in use- language has restricted certain meanings. And mainly killed the diversity of ...


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This is among the mu'allaq hadith quoted by imam Qurtubi. There is no such authentic narration mentioned in the hadith books. Allah clearly says in the Qur'an that He has only sent men as prophets and not women and Prophet of Allah would never contradict what Allah has said. The hadith you had quoted as no basis and is a spurious fabricated text in the name ...


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The story of the gharaniq is a false story, and it is not true, according to scholarly consensus. The reason for the return of Muslims from Abyssinia is because of the Islam of Umar ibn al-Khattab and Hamza bin Abdul Muttalib, the uncle of the Messenger (may God bless him and grant him peace) This is what made the Muslims in Mecca strong and was the reason ...


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