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Yes, though the first one is a mistranslation. The translators note actually refutes the idea that bazr is the clitoris rather, it is the clitoral hood (which is not apart of the clitoris itself): e4.3 Circumcision is obligatory (O: for both men and women. For men it consists of removing the prepuce from the penis, and for women, removing the prepuce (Ar. ...


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Nasiruddin al-Albani has authored various books in which he has discussed and graded various ahadith. These are in Arabic and are available online if you search for them e.g. here. You would need enough familiarity with Arabic to transverse the books and find the grading.


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This supposed hadith qudsi is often quoted by sufi's (for example al-Alusi quoted it in his tafssir of verse 51:56 without reference) and also appears in shi'a books (for example Bihar al-Anwar of al-Majalisi) however none could share any fully connected narrator chain be it a sahih or da'if one. Therefore it is rather safe to say that this hadith report is ...


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Doubt (شك) is classed as a type of disbelief. Various scholars have cited consensus on that. واتفقوا ... فان من جحد شيئا مما ذكرنا أو شك في شيء منه ومات على ذلك فانه كافر مشرك مخلد في النار أبدا And they are agreed ... he who denies anything of what has been mentioned or doubts in anything of it and then dies in that state, then he is a disbeliever and ...


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Does Islam differentiate between such an individual, and someone who denies Islam due to his caprices, or someone who does not even bother studying Islam? Islam may differentiate but it is God the Most High, the Most Merciful Who will decide: 11:10-12 And if We give him a taste of prosperity, after some adversity has afflicted him, he will say, “Troubles ...


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Assalamu alaykum, Ibrahim built the Ka'ba with his son Ismaa'îl. 40 years later his grandson Ya'qub ibn Ishaaq inn Ibraahim built masjid al 'Aqsa. Years later prophet Sulayman ibn Daawud from the Yehuda ibn Ya' qub tribe expanded the Aqsa. وااله اعلم


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Assalam o allaikum. Islam has no concept of giving Dowry, but still, in several Muslim customs, this tradition seems to be increased. Particularly in regions like Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh. In fact, the custom of giving dowry has never been legitimated by Islam and is not widely spread among Muslims of other ethnicities. It appears to be the ...


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Why this reading doesn't exist in our modern Moshaf? This is a known reading of the qur'an that is no more accepted since the compilation of the moshaf al-Imam by 'Uthman ibn 'Affan which can be regarded as a canonical copy. As it neither is conform to the scripture nor the recitation on which most of the qurraa' of 'Uthman's committee among the sahabah ...


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Tell her that Allah the almighty has made everyone beautiful. And that in sha Allah if she strives for Allah and tries her best to keep happy with the way Allah had made her (I know it’s hard ) Allah will definitely reward her . Allah loves those who turn to Him. Remember when you strive for Allah it’s indeed for yourself. You’re helping yourself. Praying ...


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Ibrahim Al-Nakha’i (born 46 AH) did not meet Abdullah ibn Masud (died 32 AH), so the chain is severed. It is acceptable as a tafsir of the verse but not as a recitation and even if it had an authentic chain then a singular narration does not hold any ground against tawatur in terms of recitation.


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Angels are made of light “ noor” they are created only to obey Allahs commends. They have no free will. They don’t eat , sleep or have any human functions . They only submit to Allahs will. Jinn are made of smokeless fire and they have free will like humans . They also have religions and they live like human beings but in different dimension. They are good ...


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I firmly believe that we can wish for anything in Jannah. “…there will be there all that the souls could desire, all that their eyes could delight in: and ye shall abide therein (for aye).” (az-Zukhruf, 43/71). “…therein shall ye have all that your souls shall desire; therein shall ye have all that ye ask for!” (Fussilat, 41/31). “…what their souls desired, ...


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The report comes from a work known as "al-Musannaf" compiled by Ibn Abi Shaiba (d. 235/850) (ed. Dar al-Faruq, Cairo. Edited by Abu Muhammad Usama) Ibn Abi Shaiba deemed it as reliable and puts it in a section captioned as: "Whether a master is allowed to seek pleasure other than intercourse with his slavegirl before confirming of istibra (i....


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The hadith ''If a person commits shirk and dies in the state of that will go in hell'' can be found in many places in sahih Bukhari and sahih Muslim meaning its authentic,if someone does shirk-the act of worshipping other than Allah/associating partners with Allah-but says the shahada-which testifies that there is no God other than Allah-then he has not died ...


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First of all, I do not understand from where did you even come to know that the hellfire / Jahannam is under the earth. Do give any references if I am wrong because as much as I know and what I have read, I have never read or even heard of such a concept. "The companions of the Fire will call to the Companions of the Garden: ‘Pour down to us water or ...


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To answer your first question, I’d recommend reading this article Did the Prophet (pbuh) maintain his ties with his uncle? Despite his enmity, crimes and tyranny against the Prophet (pbuh) and the Muslims are undeniable, but in response, the answer is no because of two reasons: Allah (SWT) says: “It is not fitting, for the prophet and those who believe, ...


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Short answer: No it isn't. Nevertheless it is highly recommended to wear the best of your clothes in such occasions and this actually has backup in the sunnah. And in some cases this may mean that one ought to buy new clothes. 'Umar saw a silken cloak being sold in the market and he brought it to Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) and said, "O Allah's Messenger (ﷺ)!...


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There is no maximum amount of mahr. The customary mahr depends on various factors: the piety, beauty, intelligence, lineage, social status of the bride, the financial ability of the husband, the custom of the time and place etc. According to various reports the mahr of the daughters and wives of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ was around 12.5 ooqiyah or 500 dirhams, ...


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Assalam o allaikum. There are a variety of sites where you may find various different stuff to enhance your knowledge about Islam. But personally, I would like to suggest you to, first of all, read the complete Quran in the language that you understand. You will surely get answers to many common things that we don't know or just misunderstand. After reading ...


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Does this mean that the our husbands in this life won’t be with us in Jannah, and instead with the houris, who are superior to women in this dunya? No. If a husband and his wife both enter Jannah, they will stay married in Jannah as well. However, the meaning of this hadith is about the wife not entering Jannah presumably (in the context of this hadith) due ...


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This mean , if a Muslim’s wife enters Jannah, then he will marry her. If she enters Jannah and he did not enter, God Almighty creates a husband for her


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Islam has no concept of giving Dowry, but still, in several Muslim customs, this tradition seems to be increased. Particularly in regions like Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. In fact, the custom of giving dowry has never been legitimated by Islam and is not widely spread among Muslims of other ethnicities. It appears to be the replication of previous Hindu ...


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There are online sites teaching Islam https://www.newmuslims.com/level/1 https://subjecteducator.com/islam-learning/ https://www.dar-alifta.org/Foreign/Articles.aspx?ID=2 (you can google it but some sites may be less recommendable). Go to a mosque or islamic center. You will meet people there and practise. Don't be shy, do not hide that you are learning to ...


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If you be sure that It's semen [manee], you should perform ghusl. Otherwise you should perform wudu. If the liquid be madhee [light, sticky arousal discharge ] or wadee [ thick white non arousal discharge ].


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Chain of Transmission and Sources Among different chains of transmission, the chain through Ubaydullah ibn Abdullah seems to be the most relied on: Narrated Yahya bin Sulaiman, from Ibn Wahbin, Yunus, Ibn Shihab, from Ubaydullah ibn Abdullah referring to Ibn Abbas Ubaydullah ibn Abdullah bin Masoud officiated in Medina in the succession of Omar ibn al - ...


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Sheikh al albani classified this hadith as hasan. There's also a sahih Hadith in Muslim which may act as an evidence for the authenticity of this hadith. Abu Huraira reported Allah's Apostle (may peace he upon him) saying: You have heard about a city, one side of which is on land and the other is in the sea (Constantinople). They said: Allah's Messenger, yes....


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We can sum up without conflict; musical instruments and music is unlawful with minor exception for Daff and that also only for few situations as pointed in Hadees.


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Al-Bukhaari (6472) states about 70000 who will enter Jannah but there is nothing mentioned about 2 wives. On other aspect every man in jannah will have many more wives as hoors.


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Daff is very slighter form of dhol Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “There will be among my ummah people who will regard adultery, silk, alcohol and musical instruments as permissible.” This hadeeth indicates that all musical instruments are haraam, including the daff. However daff is very slighter form of dhol and at only three ...


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He refers certainly to the prophet () as he knows better whether they are regarded equal or not. For an explanation: Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allah have mercy on him) said: That is, (they are all the same) in terms of being cursed, because they co-operated in that. End quote from Fataawa Noor ‘ala ad-Darb, 16/2 (Source: islamqa #202904) And for a backup ...


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Imam al-Ghazaly quoed hit in his al-Ihya' إحياء علوم الدين in a chapter called the book of supervision and accounting كتاب المراقبة والمحاسبة -see here in Arabic-. Imam al-'Iraqi commented it as follows: In the following I'm translating from Arabic language, as these translations are of my own take them carefully قال العراقي: رواه أبو نعيم في الحلية من ...


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You ask for an authentic hadith on a topic that did not take place in the time of the prophet (p.b.u.h). Doing this, you assume that this information has been revealed to the prophet (p.b.u.h). But even if Muhammad (p.b.u.h) mentions it, he may have had the information from prior tradition or scripture. Together with the imprecisions that come from hearsay, ...


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whenever Allah decides to issue a command, His words are transmitted from one group of angels to another throughout the seven heavens. In this process of transmission, the jinn attempt to eavesdrop on what is going on. They snatch what they manage to overhear and carry it to their friends (non-believers, sorcerers, fortune-teller and astrologers). And when ...


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The call for Fajr Prayer begins when the Sehri time gets over so you can't drink water once the Sehri time is over and remember that the Adhaan/Azan has no relation with Sehri. It's just a reminder for the Prayer. A better practice is to observe the time chart as it contains the start and finish time for each Prayer, Sehri and Iftari etc.


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Please keep in mind that end of sehri time has no relation with azaan. If time of sehri is ended in your region then you are not allowed to eat or drink... Jzk


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The women can show their jewlery in their neck to other women or Mehrams. While this jewlery should not be visible to Non-Mehrams and should be covered by extra clothing. That is the difference. Women cannot show their private parts to other women and the private parts for women are from knees to shoulders. “And say to the believing women that they should ...


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This hadith is a lesson on good and long-sighted way for da'awa. Mu'ad in this hadith was sent to do da'wa (invite non-Muslims to Islam) in Yemen where a notable part of the population was from ahl al-Kitab, al-'Ayny بدر الدين العيني in his 'Umdat al-Qary عمدة القاري explained how the Jewish came to Yemen and where later mixed by Christian, but after the ...


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I’m not sure about, I read a link from a fatwa website and they said they couldn’t find any evidence specifically for eid but I believe he is comes under a martyr. May Allah grant your father the highest ranks in jannah.


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The Arabic in that hadith literally just says "…والروم…" ("…and Rome…") It doesn't say, or even imply, anything about conquering, much less being conquered by Muslims. The sign that it's likely referring to is found in the Quran: [1] Alif, Lam, Meem. [2] The Byzantines (Rome) have been defeated [3] In the nearest land. But they, after ...


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