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It's not written the Quran so it can't be authentic


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Whether gifts or money given to a rich person are regarded as sadaqah depends on the intention of the bestower, as it may have been given to seek Allah's pleasure, or to show love and strengthen friendship, or for some worldly reason. What this hadith implies is that: It is permissible to give non-obligatory charity to a rich person. Agreement has been ...


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Assalaamu alaikum warahmatlahi wabarakatuhu. If the hadith was not applicable to our Ummah then why would our beloved Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. say it to our people? I believe he always said and did things that would only benefit our ummah and not distract us from good things. Please correct me if i am wring here. Jazaakh Allah khair.


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According to this fatwa on islamweb #48460 (in Arabic). Your interpretation of the significant parts is simply wrong: O Allah! We implore You for help and beg forgiveness of You and believe in You and rely on You and extol You and we are thankful to You and are not ungrateful to You and we alienate and forsake those who disobey You. اللهم إنا نستعينك ...


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The isnad is Sahih or Hassan: رواه أحمد، والطبراني، ورجال أحمد رجال الصحيح خلا القاسم، وهو ثقة، وفيه كلام لا يضر — Haythami ولأحمد بسند حسن عن أبي أمامة —Ibn Hajar إسناده صحيح. زيد بن يحيى: هو ابن عبيد الخزاعي، والقاسم: هوابن عبد الرحمن الدمشقي —Arnaa’oot قلت: وهذا إسناد حسن —Al-Albani Corroboration of parts of the ...


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