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Why was the bedouin not given the punishment for apostasy?

The hadith does not prove that the bedouin wanted to renounce Islam. Rather from the context it only shows that he wanted to leave Medinah because its climate did not suit him. The Bay'ah (pledge) ...
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Is there a contradiction on the validity of coitus interruptus?

In the event of an apparent contradiction, there are usually three choices: Jam' (Harmonization) Naskh (Abrogation) Tarjeeh (Preference) 1. Harmonization: Two Ways There are two ways to combine ...
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What is river kauthar mentioned in Surah108 of Quran?

اِنَّاۤ اَعۡطَيۡنٰكَ الۡكَوۡثَرَؕ Indeed, we have given you Al-Kauthar (a river in paradise; the abundance). (Surah Kauthar:1) Kauthar means unbounded and limitless abundance of good, spiritual ...
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Why didn't Muhammad execute the Jew who poisoned him?

The punishment for such an act would be execution at the discretion of the Prophet ﷺ, just as the behavior of the Sahaba and the Prophet ﷺ in this incident demonstrates. In this instance the Prophet ﷺ ...
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Why isn't Muwatta of Malik as famous as the six books of hadith?

The six hadith collections Your claim is not 100% correct the six hadith collections are: Sahih Bukhari, which was collected by Imam Bukhari. Sahih Muslim, which was collected by Imam Muslim. Sunan ...
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What are those Grade means? Sahih (Darussalam)

Darussalam is the institution who graded the hadith. It is not a subgrade. The Sahih collections of Al-Bukhari and Sahih-Muslim have been graded by the authors. Other collections are graded by later ...
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Reference of hadith regarding fitnahs near day of judgement?

The closest I could find is the sahih hadith: Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said, "There will be afflictions (and at the time) the sitting person will be better than the standing one, and the standing ...
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Is Muhammad's tribe eminent?

Being eminent is not the same thing as boasting about being eminent. Boasting involves arrogance, the implication being that having more of something makes one better than those with less. But ...
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Who are the people of Tubba in the Qur'an?

Tubba is refered as leaders or kings of Yemen, just like how we refer pharaohs as kings or leaders of Egypt, Kisra was a title for the king of the Persians, Caesar was a title for the king of the ...

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