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The last part of the hadith is not referring to Jahannam even if the wording of the hadith may lead to this conclusion. But to explain this we need to go deeper: This hadith is used as an evidence by those scholars who say that the people of al-Fatrah and similar people will be tested and judged on the day of judgment. In fact a version of this narration ...


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A similar report There's a similar narration in Sunan abi Dawod: Bunanah, female client of 'Abd al-Rahman b. Hayyan al-Ansari told that when she was with 'Aishah a girl wearing little tinkling bells was brought in to her. She ordered that they were not to bring her in where she was unless they cut off her little bells. She said: I heard the Messenger ...


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The hadith you've mentioned can be found in Sahih al-Bukhari (see for example in the book of good manners and forms: al-Adab, in the book of asking permission, in the book of fighting for the cause of Allah (Jihad), in the book of Invocations and in the book of dealing with apostates) and in Sahih Muslim) in several chapters too. Imam al-Bukhari also ...


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The narration you've mentioned shows that among the scholars of Medina covering the mouth was considered as a bad act which shouldn't be done while praying. As Salim ibn 'Abdullah ibn 'Umar is one of the so called 7 scholars of Medina from among the tabi'yn and a grand son of 'Umar ibn al-Khattab. Even if there are further evidences scholars differed ...


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What is the meaning of al-Qayenat? This Arabic word refers to female singers, who at the time of the prophet () generally were slave girls, as they are mentioned in the sunnah: 'In the end of this Ummah there will be a collapse, transformation, and Qadhf."' She said :"I said: 'O Messenger of Allah! Will they be destroyed while they are righteous among ...


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