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Yes it is true as mentioned in this hadith: It was narrated from Abu Huraira that the messenger of Allah Subhan Tallah Said: "Allah, the Mighty and sublime said: If my slave thinks of doing a good deed and does not do it, I will write it down as one good deed. If he, does it, I will write down for him between ten and seven-hundred fold. If he thinks of ...


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The eco system (human microbiome) of our body has negative psychological impact as all microbiome are not the same. They need the environments, space and resources provided by the human body to survive. So, every human being has a fear of unknown all the time, if not, at least of death. The negative psychology of our eco system makes us feel inferior. That’s ...


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There is no such hadith about Jesus(PBUH) will pray Janaja of Imam Mahdi. There is a hadith about his ruling duration. The Prophet (PBUH) said, The Mahdi will appear in my Ummah. He will appear for a minimum of 7 or a maximum of 9 years; at that time, my Ummah will experience bountiful favors like never before. It shall have a great abundance of food, of ...


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Everyone is tested differently. Allah (swt) tests everyone. Allah (swt) may bless a people with being born into a Muslim family but then they may be tested with calamities, or tested by poverty, or drought, or famine, or war, or no home, or poor health. Another people he may bless them with good health, wealth, friends and family, luxuries, freedom, safety, ...


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Alhamdulillah, The main reason is that the duff is less stirring and it has less of an effect on the soul than the tablah. We also should always know that Allah (swt)’s laws and orders and what our beloved Prophet Muhammad (s) told us is the best without questioning. Prophet Muhammad (s) said in the Hadith there will be among the ummah those who will ...


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Does the Shiites have a narration that attributing a lie to the Prophet is a great sin and leads to hell? Imam Sadegh (AS) says: Lying to God and the Prophet (PBUH) is one of the great sins. Imam Sadegh (AS) quotes from his ancestors: That the Prophet (PBUH) in his will said to Ali (AS): O Ali, whoever lies to me, his position will surely be filled with fire....


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I am used to Khoudarzayi Hastam, O Khada Mara Mi Bakhshad? Shamma Bayad, double ra jaigazin, Khod Arzai, is a deed decision. Where did Nasad return to a moral point, after the spirituality of a human being, a person with a soul, a person with a soul, a person with a soul, a moral azadi with a human being who robbed me and a path of sufficiency, Sazi and ...


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Most of the hadiths are from which infallible Imams? Most of the narrations are from the pure language of Imam Ja'far Sadegh (AS) and the reason for this claim is the multiplicity of narrators and the frequency of hadiths and narrations from that Imam. He will know that noble man. After Imam Sadegh (AS), their noble father Imam Baqir (AS) has narrated the ...


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I could not find a source of narration for this story. It is a story and anecdote that has been narrated in one of the old Iranian books called Golestan Saadi and it has more of a fictional aspect than a documentary. And, of course, the original anecdote states that the non-Arab king sent this doctor to the Prophet. That is, it is not said that he was a ...


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As far as I know, you should evaluate the authenticity of this hadith with medical science. Not your logic. Human logic once ruled that the sex of the fetus was determined by the woman. Therefore, he was immoral with the woman who gave birth to the girl, and she had to endure the bitter insinuations of those around her about being a girl for the rest of her ...


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There are many books and articles in Islam that have dealt with this issue. They examine different aspects of the Qur'an and the circumstances of the Prophet of Islam and try to show you very logically whether the Qur'an is from God or not! Hundreds of pages of content can be written to prove it. The Qur'an has methodical miracles, expressive miracles, ...


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It is because moral is a human code derived from Allah and the advice of His Spirit given to us. Allah is the measure, not the subject to be measured.


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There's a hadith in Sunan abi Dawod here and referred to it here again: Al-Harith b. Muslim al-Tamimi quoted his father Muslim b. al-Harith al-Tamimi as saying that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) told him secretly: When you finish the sunset prayer, say: 'O Allah, protect me from Hell" Allahumma Ajirnee Min(a) an-Naar اللهم أجرني من النار seven times; for ...


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The Quranic law regarding murder is that the heirs of the victim are given the choice to take revenge on behalf of the victim by killing the murderer. Or they can forgive and accept blood money instead. Only the murderer himself can be killed in retaliation for his crime, and it is not permissible to kill a different innocent person. This is common sense and ...


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Is this hadith of Imam Ja'far Sadegh about Sufism correct? The first available source to narrate such a narration is the book "Hadiqah al-Shi'ah" attributed to "Muqaddas Ardabili" who died in 993, and later sources have also quoted this narration. This narration can be attributed to people who have gone to extremes and devoted to only one ...


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The Quran and authentic hadith never contradict, but people's interpretations of the two may contradict. This is obvious in your post. First: You asked about the permission of Mutah. You claimed it "clearly contradicts": إِلَّا عَلَىٰٓ أَزۡوَٰجِهِمۡ أَوۡ مَا مَلَكَتۡ أَيۡمَٰنُهُمۡ فَإِنَّهُمۡ غَيۡرُ مَلُومِينَ (Dr. Mustafa Khattab) except with ...


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The closest hadith to this wording IMO is: من آذى ذميا فأنا خصمه، ومن كنت خصمه خصمته يوم القيامة Whoever hurts a Dhimmi, I shall be his opponent, and whosoever I oppose will be defeated on the Day of Judgement. (paraphrased) — Taareekh Baghdaad This is not from Bukhari or Muslim, and it is weak and has been classed as fabricated as well. However the main ...


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Participation in the construction of the mosque The Messenger of God, peace and blessings of God be upon him, said: Whoever builds a mosque for God, God will build for him a larger house in Paradise. Whoever builds a mosque for God, God will build for him a bigger house in Paradise. (1) The construction of a mosque is the greatest human capital on the Day of ...


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Your question actually is related to: Original Copies of Muhammad al-Bukhari's Books? Can any hadith truly be called sahih anymore? The first question is looking for an original manuscript of Sahih al-Bukhari. Which is no more existent while the second asks whether we can call hadith Sahih because once the books where compiled everybody referenced to ...


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Shaykh Albani deemed this narration to be fabricated in Silsilah ad-Da'ifah (1/372 - #206) because of the narrator Al-U'mri, who is accused by Al-Hafiz Ibn Hajar and An-Nasa'i of lying and fabricating ahadith.


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Yes there exists a hadith with this wording. It is narrated by Ali ibn Abi Talib from the Prophet ﷺ; and is recorded in Al-Shifaa bi Tareef Huqooq al-Mustafaa and Mu'jam al-Sagheer Tabaraani etc. مَنْ سَبَّ نَبِيًّا فَاقْتُلُوهُ The scholars have noted that the chain for this hadith has some weakness, however the content is accepted to be correct. The ...


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Asalaam alaikum I believe this is the Hadith you are referring to, Abu Huraira reported: The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “The souls are troops collected together. They come close upon what they recognize, and they differ upon what they reject.” [bukhari & Muslim] This Hadith is muttafaqun alayhi (meaning it's authenticity is agreed ...


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Bismillah Hir Rahmaan Nir Raheem As Salaamu 3laykum, I hope you and your family are doing well. As already answered by another person (@Muslim) that the main purpose of obedience is anything that is halal and permissible. Scenario #1 Now I do want to state that we live in a world where there are variety of people with various backgrounds and upbringings. ...


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