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This hadith is a lesson on good and long-sighted way for da'awa. Mu'ad in this hadith was sent to do da'wa (invite non-Muslims to Islam) in Yemen where a notable part of the population was from ahl al-Kitab, al-'Ayny بدر الدين العيني in his 'Umdat al-Qary عمدة القاري explained how the Jewish came to Yemen and where later mixed by Christian, but after the ...


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The Arabic in that hadith literally just says "…والروم…" ("…and Rome…") It doesn't say, or even imply, anything about conquering, much less being conquered by Muslims. The sign that it's likely referring to is found in the Quran: [1] Alif, Lam, Meem. [2] The Byzantines (Rome) have been defeated [3] In the nearest land. But they, after ...


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Both men were foster relations of Hazrat Aishah as pointed out by others. In Islam, milk relation is as strong as blood. The awrah of a woman in front of her foster mahram is the area between navel and knees. According to Ibn Hajar al-'Asqalani, Hazrat Aisha only exposed her head and upper body during the bath which is permissible for a mahram to see. The ...


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The closest wording in a hadith to what you've mentioned appears in: 'Abdullah said, 'From the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, who said, "Before the Final Hour people will single out one individual for the greeting, commerce will increase until a woman helps her husband in business, people will sever their links with their relatives, ...


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Jesus of Israel = Jesus in comparison with Moses, It's said that Jesus is red complexioned (some hadith says just reddish like a man come out a bathroom). It is also said Jesus have curly hair. Jesus of Muslim Ummah = In comparison with Dajjal, It is said that Jesus who will descend will be brown colored (the best men you can see in brown colour). This ...


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No there's no contradiction. First of all in the chapter of Fath al-Bari border lines for the allowed clothes while wearing Ihraam are discussed. While the hadith from Sahih al-Bukhari is an explanation how the women interpreted the verse 24:31. And the addition leaving the impression that they covered their faces hardly goes along with the wording of the ...


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It is quite apparent if you read the whole hadith. However it is also more explicitly narrated in other ahadith. The choice is between continuing to live longer in this world or transitioning to the afterlife right then. لا يموت نبي حتى يخير بين الدنيا والآخرة No Prophet dies till he is given the option to select either the worldly life or the life of the ...


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