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This wording has been recorded by Kashmiri in التصريح بما تواتر في نزول المسيح, cited from a persian tafsir called فتح العزیز or تفسیر عزیزی, written by Shah Abdul Aziz Dehlavi - in the tafsir or Surah at-Tin (urdu translation here). There is no chain cited for it there and I could not find it elsewhere in a cursory search.


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Are there reports mentioning this in tafsir books? Yes many reports in most early tafsir books seem to come to the conclusion and the consensus that the story mentioned in surat Yasseen يس in the verses (13-29) is referring to the city Antakya أنطاكية (Antioch) and that the three messengers were sent by 'Isa (). Imam al-Qurtubi even mentioned that there's ...


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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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Yes it is in Fath al-Bari, Vol 3 Page 406: عن عائشة قالت تسدل المرأة جلبابها من فوق رأسها على وجهها


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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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Racing is not prohibited in Islam. And what you mean by wear modestly? As long as you follow the hijab rules of covering your body and the dress is not tight it is good to go. And make sure the sponsorship is not about Haram, like Alcohol, Smoking, betting, etc. Islam's Hijab is not a dress but a dress code, so follow the dress code. Some muslim volleyball ...


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The hadith has been classed as Daeef by some such as al-Arnaa’oot in his grading of Sunan Abu Dawud and has been classed as Hasan by others such as by al-Albani in Irwa’ al-Ghaleel. Within its chain, a transmitter of interest is Hisham bin Sa'd al-Madni - he has been weakened by a group of the Imams including Ahmad ibn Hanbal, Ibn Ma'in, Nasa'i, Abu Hatim, ...


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The hadith was compiled on the authority of different sahabah: On the authority of ibn 'Abbas: By ibn as-Sunni ابن السني in his 'Amal al-Yawm wal-Laylah عمل اليوم والليلة: حدثني عبيد الله بن شبيب بن عبد الملك عن يزيد ابن سنان حدثنا عمرو بن الحصين حدثنا إبراهيم بن عبد الملك عن قتادة عن سعيد بن أبي الحسن عن ابن عباس رضي الله عنه قال قال رسول الله صلى الله ...


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Different scholars may come to a different qualification On sunnah.com the hadith quote from Jami' at-Tirmidhi is the following: It was narrated that 'Abdur-Rahman bin Hasanah said: "The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) came out to us with a small leather shield in his hand. He put it down, then he sat behind it and urinated toward it. Some of the people said: '...


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I wish someone edits the question and deletes the body of question. Sunnah is every rule related to worship, inheritance, business dealings, marriage, halal, haram, jihad, etc. sahih sunnah is revelation from Allah and only Allah can make something halal and haram. Rejection of Sahih Sunnah removes one from fold of Islam. Ahadith are sayings of prophet, ...


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