The hadith of Numan ibn Bashir
I heard the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) say: the least suffering for the inhabitants of Hell on the Day of Resurrection would be for the man under whose soles would be placed two embers and his brain would boil on account of them. Source/Sahih Muslim
The hadith of Samra bin Jundab
There would be among them ...
The narration by Al nu'man ibn Bashir about the least form of punishment in jahannam is a muttafaqun alayhi Hadith. Meaning it is mentioned in sahih bukhari and Muslim, thus it reaches a very high level of authenticity.[another similar narration can be found in tirmidhi as well (book 39 Hadith 36)]
The narration by Samurah b. Jundub can be ...
It is Disliked to have more than one requires
What is the reference for this narration:
Prophet Muhammed peace be upon him said, “One bed [is sufficient] for a man, one for his wife and a third for a guest. The fourth one is for Shaytan”
Imam Muslim (may Allah be pleased with him) has recorded this Hadith on the authority of Sayyiduna Jabir (...
Although it may be difficult to provide accurate statistics on this question, and I do not know the exact source for it, for example:
62 volumes of common hadiths between Shiites and Sunnis were unveiled by Ayatollah Takhiri, Ayatollah Mohsen Araki, Fazel Maliki and Allama Sheikh Hail Abdul Hafiz.
Beit al-Ma'mour is a house in the fourth or seventh heaven, the sanctuary (equal to or opposite to) the house of the Ka'bah where the angels are always engaged in worship and Tawaf. This combination was first used in the Holy Quran and then in Islamic traditions. Therefore, Beit Al-Ma'mour is not the Kaaba, but is equal to or above the Kaaba in another world....
Maybe it is worth pointing at the fact that this hadith includes two parts:
A part which we can regard as a hadith or a report of a statement from the prophet():
“The Hour will be established while the Romans are the majority of people.”
A part which is a report of the interpretation or comment of a sahabi() -'Amr ibn al-'Aas- on the above statement of ...
the hadith you have mentioned is narrated in sahih bukhari and it is one of the most authentic works of hadith. below is a link for reference;
there is another narration in bukhari,
see : https://sunnah.com/bukhari:284
both these hadith are graded 'sahih' (authentic).
and there is one more similar hadith ...
Let's say it this way a-Dahhak ibn Muzaahim al Hilaly الضحاك بن مزاحم الهلالي has reported ahadith on the authority of a whole bunch of sahabah like ibn 'Abbas, Anas ibn Malik, ibn 'Umar, abu Sa'id al-Khudry and abu Hurrairah but he often missed to quote an intermediate. However none (including himself) confirmed him having met any of them. It is rather that ...
I will not write much about this topic as brother Ahmad had spoken in adequate depth. I will just add one more thing to compliment what brother Ahmad said.
Prophet Mohammad(SAWS) said in his final sermon Do treat your women well and be kind to them for they are your partners and committed helpers.