A concise and clear-cut reply is found here by Zafer Iqbal, has a Masters in Islamic Studies:
"Everything is not predetermined. Otherwise there is no purpose to "free will" and arguably, it cannot exist.
Humans have the free will to choose to do good or evil in this life. Muslims believe that even though God knows people's ultimate destination,...
They are not the same apparently.
The longer name of Maslamah ibn Abdullah Al-Juhani is mentioned in Tahzeeb Al-Tahzeeb here. Namely, his grandfather's name is Raba'ee, not Urwa.
His full name would be Maslamah ibn Abdullah ibn Raba'ee Al-Juhani.
Your linked book cites (4) ابن هشام 2/ 655 this means page 655 of the 2nd volume of Ibn Hisham, which is likely referring to the well known work of seerah. Volumes and pages vary with the publisher, but in this case maybe the same edition is available online where you can find its chain:
قال ابن إسحاق: قال الزهري، وحدثني سعيد بن المسيب، عن أبي هريرة
— سيرة ...
The hadith in the video has been recorded in Musnad Ahmad, Dala'il al-Nubuwwah al-Bayhaqi, Sahih ibn Hibban, Sunan al-Kubra an-Nasai, Mu'jam al-Kabir Tabarani etc. The wording of the narration in Musnad Ahmad is:
جلس جبريل إلى النبي -صلى الله عليه وسلم-، فنظر إلى السماء، فإذا ملك ينزل، فقال جبريل: إن هذا الملك ما نزل منذ يوم خلق قبل الساعة، فلما نزل قال: يا ...
The link below is informative :
Also I recommend reading Sheikh al-Abani's book on this matter :
The narrations you have quoted are not about praying to the Prophet instead of Allah, rather they are clearly praying to Allah and using the Messenger of Allah ﷺ as a wasilah.
They ask Allah to accept their supplication for the sake of the Prophet
They ask Allah to accept their supplication for the sake of their belief in and regard for the Prophet
The people differed on him, although the majority seem to have considered him Thiqah.
They include Yahya ibn Ma'in, an-Nasa'i, Al-'Ajli etc. Bukhari, Ibn Hibban and Ibn Khuzaimah have narrated from him in their Sahihs (where they only include authentic narrations).
His student Shu'bah has narrated from him, and it is said that he only narrated from those he ...
The hadith you refer to is the following in Jami' At-Tirmidhi:
Adi ibn Hatim narrated: "I came to the Prophet (ﷺ) while I had a cross of gold around my neck. He said: 'O Adi! Remove this idol from yourself!’ And I heard him reciting from Surah Bara’ah: They took their rabbis and monks as lords besides Allah (9:31). He said: ‘As for them, they did not ...
The hadith is Sahih. It is recorded by Imam Muslim in his Sahih under the heading باب النهي عن ابتداء أهل الكتاب بالسلام (The prohibition of initiating the greeting with the People Of The Book).
The Prophet ﷺ said it to teach what is proper and improper behavior.
Initiating greeting (salam) to a disbeliever is at least makruh, although many consider it ...
Yes, this hadith is authentic. It is reported in Sahih Muslim
"Do not initiate greetings with the Jews and Christians. When you meet any of them in the road, then make him take its narrowest path." (Sahih Muslim 2167)
However, there is a context to it.
Ibn Al-Qayyim said,
"It is said that this was in a specific situation, when they were ...
Yes. This is a authentic hadith and it has been rated Ḥasan by Al-Albānī in Silsilah Al-Aḥādīth Aṣ-Ṣaḥīḥah, no. 2654.
This hadith could be mean the following:
A slave doesn't ask his master because he thinks he is self sufficient.
Another scenario where slave doesn't ask his master is, slave thinks that his master has nothing to offer. Meaning doubts his ...
First of all, eating beef is permissible in Islam.
Even though many Muslims brothers have answered this question, I would like to point out one narration from Umar bin Khataab (May Allah Be Pleased With Him) that indicates that meat should be consumed in a moderate way.
Scholars like Al-bani who have authenticated the Hadith have said that the prohibition is ...
One hadith is sufficient to force men/women of understanding to search about the true religion.
O Allah, I seek refuge in You lest I misguide others, or I am misguided by others, lest I cause others to err or I am caused to err, lest I abuse others or be abused, and lest I behave foolishly or meet with the foolishness of others.
Alaikum salam wa rahmatullah dear Brother,
First of all keep in mind that the science of Ahadith is too complex as to compare it to events in the old Testament.
Regarding your question:
there is another Hadith variant which says "..not lawful to any Prophet before me" (Al Tabarani)
So it could be possible that the Prophet ...
Praise be to Allaah.
As far as a person’s sleeping after praying Fajr is concerned, no text (of Qur’aan or hadeeth) has been reported to indicate that this is prohibited, so the general principle applies (i.e., everything is permitted except that which has been expressly forbidden).
This was the command during the early period of migration, as there were many stray dogs and they caused nuisance and harm to the people, as anyone who has had to deal with them knows.
Later it was abrogated. There are different madhabs on the extent of abrogation, however according to the most it is not enjoined to kill a dog that does not cause harm.
In another hadith prophet said a person who collected water from well using a shoe in his mouth for a thirsty dog entered paradise.
A man felt very thirsty while he was on the way; he came across a well. He went down the well, quenched his thirst and came out. Meanwhile he saw a dog panting and licking mud because of excessive thirst. He said to himself, &...
Here's the meaning of the hadith based on the commentary of the contemporary scholar Musa Shaheen Laasheen موسى شاهين لاشين called Fath al-Mun'im فتح المنعم شرح صحيح مسلم:
In the following I'll translate from Arabic as these translations are of my own take them with the necessary care! Be aware that this may require some additional explanation which I tried ...
The hadith has nothing to do with racism.
It simply mentions that the Prophet (SAW) bought that one slave who accepted Islam in exchange of two other slaves who happened to be black.
There is no mention that the color of their skin was why he sold them or that the color of their skin had anything to do with the price of the purchase.
Simply speaking, the ...
The closest hadith I can find is recorded by al-Bayhaqi in Shu`ab al-Iman.
عن أبي أمامة قال: عير أبو ذر بلالا بأمه، فقال: يا ابن السوداء، وإن بلالا أتى رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم، فأخبره فغضب، فجاء أبو ذر ولم يشعر، فأعرض عنه النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم، فقال: ما أعرضك عني إلا شيء بلغك يا رسول الله
قال: أنت الذي تعير بلالا بأمه؟ " قال النبي صلى الله ...
Don't worry, as long as you didn't intend bad, you aren't punished for it.
It was narrated from Abu Dharr Al-Ghifari that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said:
Allah has forgiven for me my nation their mistakes and forgetfulness, and what they are forced to do."
May Allah support you and grant you patience and award you for every second you suffer from ...
Of course with only small deeds you will be going to Jannah eventually. What matters here is when and how fast are you going to enter Jannah? The more good deeds you do, the faster Allah will let you inside. However, if your bad side suppress your goodness, then you will need longer time before entering Jannah.
Assalamualaikum, firstly, i just wanna say that it is very unlikely that this hadith is referring to soft drinks because i have not heard of any scholar who has said that soft drinks are haram and also because there is nothing haram about soft drinks, it could be called bad for health at best . Secondly, this hadith could be referring to the many new types ...
Yes only Small deeds can leed you to jaanah and divine love of Allah but the main thing is you should stay away from prohibition of Islam
Never hurt anybody physically,mentally or spiritually!
Stay away from Haram,never miss your faraiz and you would surely go to that divine heavenly life