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If you performed at least the first ruku' of a prayer, before the adhan of the next prayer or before the known ending time of the actual prayer, you've prayed on time. This is based on the ahadith like: Yahya related to me from Malik that he had heard that Abu Hurayra used to say, "Whoever catches the ruku has caught the sajda and whoever misses the ...


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It is recorded in Shu'ab al-Eemaan 4300 , Mustadrak al-Hakim 7637 etc. A similar lesson but not this story may also be found in the hadith found in Bukhari and Muslim. Ref: https://www.islamweb.net/ar/fatwa/108221/ (Arabic) https://hadithanswers.com/a-narration-on-entering-jannah-through-the-mercy-of-allah-taala/ (English)


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Asalamualikum, This hadith is obtained from ''Tambihul Ghafilun'' by Sheikh Abul Laith Samarkandi. This book contains many authentic as well as weak and fabricated narrations. Jazakallah khair.


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A short info on the compilation of both Sahih's Each author of hadith compilations has compiled the ahadith he relies on in different chapters, some or maybe even most of these authors might have compiled the same hadith (content) in different chapters based on the related topics. Among those authors al-Bukhari is certainly the one with the most authentic ...


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Here are following ahadith about this topic for a better understanding on how to deal with wealth as a Muslim, and how negatively it can impact you: Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said: "Verily, Allah does not look to your faces and your wealth, but He looks to your heart and to your deeds." Muslim (2564c), in (2564b): "Verily, Allah does not look to ...


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Asalaam Alaikum the literal meaning of these two words are pretty much the same but differ according to the context and concept in which it is used. as you have mentioned these terms can be mainly found in literature related to sufism and also in hadith as well as islamic jurisprudence. but the meaning derived in each usage has a slight difference while the ...


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Manhal Ibn Amr was from the tribe of Bani Assad and the people of Kufa and narrated from Imam Sajjad (as). He is considered one of the companions of Imam Sajjad (as) and Imam Baqir (as). Source: [Article revision(Tanghil Al Maghal), vol. 3, p. 251.] Manhal was one of the followers of Ahl al-Bayt (as) who lived in Sham. On the days when the captives of the ...


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For married women, who is superior to a father or husband in Islam? In order for cohabitation to flourish, it is necessary for both men and women to be each other's number one life after separating from their father's house and starting life with their spouse! But ... this does not mean that they should not take care of their parents or pay attention to them,...


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This Athar occurs in the Musannaf of Ibn Abi Shaybah with this numbering (23945) in the edition of Awamah. In Luhaydan's edition, it is (23826). It occurs as (23479) with Dar Kutub Al-Ilmiyah and in another edition, it occurs as (22991). It does not occur in the edition of Usamah at all (according to the index, see: 14/453) but it does occur in the edition ...


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