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It is from the Sahih of Bukhari, so it meets his criterion of authenticity. The hadith is an expression to convey the generosity and humility of the Prophet ﷺ, that he would attend to the needs of anyone: not just men but also women, not just free people but also slaves, not just a prominent slave but any common slave, and that he would go out of his way to ...


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Why should this hadith be considered as an evidence for such claims? Allah in the qur'an mentioned those things that He put as delights for the people in this life saying: Beautified for people is the love of that which they desire - of women and sons, heaped-up sums of gold and silver, fine branded horses, and cattle and tilled land. That is the ...


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According to IslamQA, the narration is not found in any known book of ahadith. It is quoted in Nuzhat al-Majalis wa Muntakhab al-Nafa’is without a chain of transmission, so its authenticity is unverifiable. Objection may also be raised to its content, that a common fasting person from this Ummah has superiority over Moses (عليه السلام). Such a thing is ...


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Assalamualaikum brother, As per scholars of islam, This hadeeth mentioned is not in any of the reliable books, so it is not permissible to attribute it to the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) or to believe what it says. Source: https://islamqa.info/en/answers/124410/veil-between-allah-and-his-slaves-lifted-at-time-of-breaking-...


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There's fabrications included in Kitab al-Tabaqat. Best to ask a hadith scholar about the authenticity of this particular report. But authenticity aside, this report still does not disprove the Prophet (ﷺ)'s Prophethood. Their argument is driven by a deductive fallacy. Even if the food tasted bad to both of them, there are many reasons that food can taste ...


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