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Well refuting or answering questions of anti-Islam or anti-sunnah etc. websites is not the purpose of this site. I'm answering this with a focus on source identification or reference-request and check of the authenticity of the source with a small insight into hadith interpretation. An anti sunnah-website that misuses Sunnah to show its contradiction This ...


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Consider that the charity we give is part of our wealth and Allah (ﷻ) said its OK to disclose that publicly. There are "observers" in this case of charity too but so long as our intentions are pure, we can disclose that information as per the guidance of Allah (ﷻ). By extension, we can conclude that there's nothing wrong with disclosing overall wealth if it ...


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The Prophet ﷺ delivered at least three sermons on his farewell pilgrimage: on the day of Day of 'Arafah, on the day of Nahr and in middle of the days of Tashriq. The hadith which mentions him leaving behind the Quran and Sunnah on this occasion is as follows: عن ابن عباس، رضي الله عنهما أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم خطب الناس في حجة الوداع فقال: يا ...


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The answer is that we are not certain that this claim is true. The authenticity of the hadith is not beyond question, and the conclusion derived from it is also disputable. If it is true and authentic then it is because both the murderer and victim were disbelievers, and disbelievers end up in hell. Note that there are various madhabs on the fate in the ...


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A clarification first You must differ between a Sahih book like Sahih Muslim and Sahih al-Bukhari and the Sunan books. While al-Bukhari and Muslim intended to only quote Sahih hadith (based on their conditions) in full chain in their books. The authors of the Sunan etc. mainly had a different intention, mostly they quoted ahadith that scholars used as an ...


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First one must be aware that the given translation of the hadith includes an interpretation (a fiqh view which was concluded from the original text) as the word Mazameer مزامير refering to instruments that are like a flute or oboe was interpreted as "music instruments". SO one may say it is a generalization which is not literally given in the original text! ...


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The hadiths do not contradict each other as they are not mutually exclusive. It is possible that both events occurred in proximity to one another and the verse was revealed after that, because of both of them.


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Allah (ﷻ) spoke on the serious sins plaguing mankind, not specifically on ALL sins that ever existed. To know the rest of the sins that should be avoided, Muslims turn to the Sunnah.. and we do so because Allah (ﷻ) Himself said He sent the Prophet (ﷺ) to us to explain to us e.g., expand on the little details. These references I compiled may benefit you: ...


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No, Muhammad ﷺ and Ali were nephews of Hamzah. Abdul-Muttalib was the father of Hamzah and the grandfather of Muhammad ﷺ and Ali. The Prophet was also the foster brother of Hamza through suckling. What Hamza said was due to being intoxicated, and he was not refuted simply because it is futile to reason with a person while they are under influence.


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Narrated 'Abdur-Rahman bin 'Awf: that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: "Abu Bakr is in Paradise, 'Umar is in Paradise, 'Uthman is in Paradise, 'Ali is in Paradise, Talha is in Paradise, Az-Zubair is in Paradise, 'Abdur-Rahman bin 'Awf is in Paradise, Sa'd bin Abi Waqqas is in Paradise, Sa'eed is in Paradise, and Abu 'Ubaidah bin Al-Jarrah is in ...


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There's another Abu Dawud hadith that says children buried alive are in Paradise: Narrated Hasana' daughter of Mu'awiyah: She reported on the authority of her paternal uncle: I asked the Prophet (ﷺ): Who are in Paradise? He replied: Prophets are in Paradise, martyrs are in Paradise, infants are in Paradise and children buried alive are in Paradise. We ...


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