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Hima is transliteration of الـحِمَى: In the following I'm translating from Arabic language as these translations are of my own take them carefully الـحِمَى: المحمي المحظور على غير صاحبه. al-Hima (a kind shelter): a shelter or protected area forbidden to anyone other than the owner. So Hima among Arab kings was a kind of shelter or protected Area or ...


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See it is the fact depending that whether you really forgot so I think you should remove it and then you once again after removing it pray again because if water dose not make contact to skin it invalidates the wudu .so i think you should pray again .as wudu is important for prayer itself . ...


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This hadith is reported in Sahih Bukhari: Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) sent us towards Al-Huruqa, and in the morning we attacked them and defeated them. I and an Ansari man followed a man from among them and when we took him over, he said, "La ilaha illal-Lah." On hearing that, the Ansari man stopped, but I killed him by stabbing him with my spear. When ...


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In Hadith scholarship it's important to identify the Hadith properly so it can be referred to a chain of transmission which helps authenticate exactly how reliable it is. This is not the case here. Please link to an actual Hadith source or refer to it correctly. In a general way, it's said that worship should be done with the attention focuses on Allah.


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The hadith is regarded as Sahih and is compiled in several sources like both Sahih's, Sunan abi Dawod and Musnad Ahmad with a slight difference of wording: Allah, the Exalted and Glorious, said: The son of Adam causes Me pain as he says: Woe be upon the Time. None of you should say this: Woe be upon the Time, as I am the Time (because) I alternate the day ...


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Bro you have a lot of misconceptions going on. There is a reason why people say you need a proper mentor if you want to study these things in depth. There are certain preconditions you need to fulfill if you want to gain knowledge and stay on the right track. These are called the "Adaab" and if you read Imam Ghazali's "Ahya ulum ud din" ...


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The translation is pretty clear, and I don't see any improvement in it. The Jew is saying that the statement by Allah "This day I have perfected your religion For you, completed My favor upon you, And have chosen for you Islam as your religion" was something he would have been so happy with if it had been revealed about his religion that he would ...


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Skin care is allowed, both for medicinal purposes and for the purpose of beauty so long as the latter is within the rules of modesty enjoined upon the ummah. This is obvious to all Muslims since there is no monasticism in Islam and Muslims are expected to live with one foot in this world, that is to be worldly; and the other foot in the next world, that is ...


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First of all the statement: for fear that he might be thrown on his face in the Fire by Allah in this hadith is a rather (bad) literal translation of: خَشْيَةَ أَنْ يَكُبَّهُ اللَّهُ فِي النَّارِ The verb: كَبَّ in Arabic means: turned it over (or simply moved to, changed the position to) For example a vessel or pot that was standing on the bottom ...


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He became angry because of what they were inadvertently implying: that there was good that the Prophet (SAW) refrained from doing because his sins were forgiven and he was guaranteed Jannah. As the Prophet (SAW) said, this was not the case. Not making things difficult for yourself and for others beyond their capabilities is part of the religion. Making it ...


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Arthur C Clarke was fond of saying that if an advanced civilisation visited us, we would be able to tell the difference between their technology and magic. In a way, it's just inverting the trope of natives being visited by Europeans with their advanced technology. Likewise, with the things of Allah. His power is such that we believe what He does looks like ...


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Allah himself is supernaturally causing them to talk, which won't happen until the Day of Judgment. So this option is impossible. There is no reason to suspect Allah will not do it until the Day of Judgement. In fact, the hadith itself is one evidence that he will do it before then. There are many, many "supernatural" things that happen especially ...


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The linguistic meaning of QADA is compensation. Revelation, quran and Sahih hadith speak of compensation for a single obligatory prayer or a few obligatory prayers which have been missed due to unavoidable circumstances. Since witr and sunnah of fajr do not fall under obligatory prayers they cannot be compensated. They cannot be made up if you have missed ...


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'Imran Ibn Muslim reported: There is this following Hadith: Umar Ibn Khattab, may Allah be pleased with him, said: "Acquire knowledge and teach people. Learn with dignity, humility and tranquility. For those who teach you and for those who you teach. Do not be tyrannical scholars and thus base your knowledge upon ignorance. source: Shu'ab al-Iman ...


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I think this hadeeth has a strong connection to dignity as it speaks of shame Quoted: Narrated Abu Mas`ud: The Prophet (ﷺ) said, 'One of the sayings of the early Prophets which the people have got is: If you don't feel ashamed (from Haya': pious shyness from committing religeous indiscretions) do whatever you like." (See Hadith No 690, 691, Vol 4) This ...


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The hadith and the verse do not really contradict even at face-value. The verse "allows" (does not recommend or obligate) people to say words of disbelief when they are forced while their hearts are still faithful. In the hadith, the Prophet (SAW) tells us not to associate anyone with Allah even if we are forced. Even if we assume that the Prophet ...


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Does this mean Prophet Muhammad thought shooting stars aka meteors were actual stars being thrown at devils? It does not mean he thought they were "actual stars." Which wouldn't really make much sense, considering how vast space is...a 'shooting star' can be easily avoided...common sense would tell us this.. We don't know how the Jinn work and ...


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You should know that Hadiths are written for Scholars and not common people unless they relate to something good of yours or others. Ibn Wahb, who was a student (one of the greatest Muhadith who collected 100,000+ Hadiths & he is one of the people of Sahih) of none other than Imam Malik said: Were it not for Malik and Al-Layth, I would have been ruined. ...


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Assalamualikum Brother, Very good question, this question is actually pushed by extremist Christian missionaries to attempt to disprove the Prophet's (PBUH) prophethood. I would actually prefer you to Farid Responds' video on this. I believe it was called "A response to 10 reasons Muhammad (PBUH) is not a" by Farid Responds. He gives a very good ...


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The verse you're asking about was revealed to Prophet Muhammad when Ammar Yasir bad things about Prophet Muhammad when he didn't really mean it. الصّادق (علیه السلام)- عَنْ عَبْدِ‌اللَّهِ‌بْنِ‌عَجْلَانَ عَنْ أَبِی‌عَبْدِ‌اللَّهِ (علیه السلام) قَالَ سَأَلْتُهُ فَقُلْتُ لَهُ إِنَّ الضَّحَّاکَ قَدْ ظَهَرَ بِالْکُوفَهًِْ وَ یُوشِکُ أَنْ نُدْعَی إِلَی ...


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