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These ahadith are about desert truffles. Extending them to mushrooms is not self-evident. The first hadith is saheeh as it is present in Bukhari and Muslim, who have aimed to only include authentic narrations. الكمأة من المن، وماؤها شفاء للعين Truffles are like Manna and their water heals eye diseases. — Bukhari and Muslim The last hadith is obscure, being ...


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Asalaam Alaikum this hadith is weak and misinterpreted. the concept of 'majhul' (unknown) applies here. i will try to elaborate a little more, insha Allah. though Darussallam has graded this hadith (sunan ibn majah 1986) hasan, inclusion of Abd al-Rahmān Muslī in the chain of narrators makes this hadith weak, if not very weak according to many scholars. ...


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Your post has many mistakes therefore my answer will focus on their clarification. Who ordered the killing of Hamza? First of all Hind () was not responsible for killing Hamzah ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib(). As the -former slave- Wahshy was the slave of Jubayr ibn Mut'im, who bribed him to do so as a revenge for the killing of his uncle in the battle of Badr. ...&...


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Asalaam alaikum As muslims we believe without any doubt in articles of faith and to believe in the revealed books are one of them. thus there should not be any question regarding the authenticity or the preservation of quran. i will try to clarify, insha Allah. Allah the exalted and glorified says in the quran, Indeed, it is We who sent down the Qur'an and ...


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Your query is based on a misinterpretation of the hadith: سباب المسلم فسوق، وقتاله كفر Abusing a Muslim is Fusuq and fighting him is Kufr The view of the Ahl as-Sunnah is that committing a sin, such as murder or fighting, is not Kufr by itself. As evidence for that, consider e.g. the verse of the Quran: وإن طائفتان من المؤمنين اقتتلوا فأصلحوا بينهم And ...


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Fearing snakes is not one of the things that take a person out of Islam. Things that take a person out of Islam are mainly kufr and shirk. Neither of which are present in this except if your fear of snakes somehow outweighs your fear of Allah (which is ridiculous). As for the phrase by the Prophet (SAW) "he does not belong to us," that doesn't ...


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The time at which Ghazwa Dhul-Khalasa took place is not known with precision. Jarir bin 'Abdullah al-Bajali (the narrator of the hadith) was among those sahaba who accepted Islam near the end of the ministry of the Prophet ﷺ, as he was from Yemen and came to visit the Prophet ﷺ with the delegations. There are different reports on exactly when he accepted ...


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I will follow the same procedure as in my answer on Are these narrations of Ibn as-Sunni authentic? (Part 1). Just for your information the typical chronology of my research procedure however is searching for the hadith in ibn as-Sunni's book, checking the narrator chain then checking the authenticity qualifications of scholars. This needs to be said in ...


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I will try to present the full hadith from the book 'Amal al-Yawmi wa-al-Laylah عمل اليوم والليلة of ibn as-Sunni (one of imam an-Nasa-i's students) with the full isnaad and give some information about its qualification from some available sources. And try to give an overall qualification of the narrators (therefore the full isnaad will be mentioned). Let's ...


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Asalaam Alaikum it is a proven and established in islam to make dua in certian times and certian places if the person is able. there are reports about making dua between the adhan and iqamah, during the last third of the night, during a certian time on friday, during the night of qadr etc. among the reports about making dua in certian places it is mentioned, ...


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I'll follow the same procedure as described in Are these narrations of Ibn as-Sunni authentic? (Part 2) and applied in Are these narrations of Ibn as-Sunni authentic? (Part 1). Note this is a work in progress: Analysis of the du'a: Alhamdu Li-Llahi al-Ladhi wahaba lana hada al-Yawm ... Hadith including the full narrator chain in ibn as-Sunni's book 148 - ...


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Asalaam Alaikum to find an answer to your question, let us examin the verse and the incident separately. in the books of tafsir, there are mentions about when the verse 9:5 (verse of the sword) was revealed and in books of history it is mentioned the incident of destruction of dhul-khalasa. let us try to find a time-lime, insha Allah. in the tafsir of ibn ...


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Your quote mentions that the narration is Sahih. It's similar to the narrations in Sahih Bukhari and Muslim except with the addition of the description "إماما مهديا" (guiding leader). My rough translation of the narration: It is possible that one of you who lives might meet Isa the son of Maryam, a guiding leader and just judge. He will break the ...


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They can be reconciled by either one of the following explanations: Abdullah bin Abdul Muttalib is not a dweller of hell. The hadith (أبي وأباك في النار) can be interpreted to refer to one of the uncles of the Prophet ﷺ who received his dawah and then disbelieved in him, e.g. Abu Lahab or Abu Talib. That is because in Arabic the paternal uncle can be called ...


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Salam'alaikum Brother! The narration you cited has been declared "Da'if" by Darussalam. I think they did this because one of the narrators is Salim Bin Abi Hafsh (A Shi'ah narrator) and he has been declared weak by some scholars, including Imam Bukhari. Imam Bukhari writes in Tarikh Al-Kabir:- سالم بن أبي حفصة أخو إبراهيم الكوفي عن منذر الثوري قال ...


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When Allah describes Himself by mentioning His Hands or Face or His Wrath or Laugh, all of this can not be understood by comparing this to His creation (humans). Ahlus-Sunnah believes in what Allah has revealed, for example that He has Hands, but how they look like and what they are is not to be interpreted or imagined because nothing is like Allah and He is ...


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Allowing a master to marry off a slave without her consent is the view of most but not all scholars. Qurtubi states: أكثر العلماء على أن للسيد أن يكره عبده وأمته على النكاح Many of the scholars say that a master can force his male or female slave to perform Nikah However I am not aware of a hadith which explicitly says this, but I haven't looked very ...


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The text of the hadith is as follows: بعثت بين يدي الساعة بالسيف حتى يعبد الله وحده لا شريك له، وجعل رزقي تحت ظل رمحي، وجعل الذلة والصغار على من خالف أمري، ومن تشبه بقوم فهو منهم I have been sent ahead of the Hour with the sword so that Allah will be worshipped alone, and my provision has been placed in the shade of my spear, and humiliation has been ...


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The verse of stoning was never abrogated in practice of Muslims almost all Muslim sects: Sunni, Shi'a and Ibadi confirm the punishment of stoning for married adulterers. If there was a verse abrogating it, this ruling would not remain or at least would be adjusted, which is not thd case. What was abrogated was the recitation this means in the final "...


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Asalaam Alaikum this event is mentioned in the books of islamic history. there is a slight difference in the wordings but it's just only due to the preference of the translator i believe. EXCERPT FROM SOURCE Ibn Shabbah narrated with his isnad that Uthman ibn Affan entered upon a slave of his who was feeding his she-camel, and he saw something in the feed ...


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