A person is considered an adult and held responsible for religious and legal obligations on attaining puberty, as evidenced by the Quranic verses and ahadith that condition such obligations on having reached puberty, and the hadith about the three cases from whom the pen is lifted and their actions are not recorded:
وإذا بلغ الأطفال منكم الحلم فليستأذنوا
The hadith you are inquiring about is most likely the one documented in Al-Mu'jam al-Awsat, but the name of the place is not mentioned in the hadith:
عن عبيد بن إسحاق العطار حدثنا عمار بن سيف، عن الأعمش، عن أبي سفيان، عن جابر رضي الله عنه قال: قال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم: أوحى الله إلى ملك من الملائكة أن اقلب مدينة كذا وكذا على أهلها. قال: إن فيه ...
Well refuting or answering questions of anti-Islam or anti-sunnah etc. websites is not the purpose of this site. I'm answering this with a focus on source identification or reference-request and check of the authenticity of the source with a small insight into hadith interpretation.
An anti sunnah-website that misuses Sunnah to show its contradiction
There are a couple of scholars who rejected the Idea of Jinn controlling or taking possession of humans further than the Quran and sahih sunnah allows. You can find some of them listed in this answer here.
Ibn Hazm denied that a jinn could speak through a possessed person and anything which goes beyond sahih sunnah and quran as one can read here (in Arabic). ...
Allah Says in the Holy Quran Chapter 2 Surah Baqarah verse 187:
Permitted to you on the night of the fasts is the approach to your
wives. They are your garments. And ye are their garments. Allah
knoweth what ye used to do secretly among yourselves; but He turned to
you and forgave you; so now associate with them and seek what Allah
If you had the intention in the morning.
"There is no fast for the one who does not intend to fast before dawn."
Reference : Sunan an-Nasa'i 2338
Grade : Sahih (Darussalam)
Then forgot that you were fasting.
‘Whoever forgets that he is fasting, and eats or drinks is to complete
his fast, as it was Allah who fed him and gave him ...
Ibn Sirin's quote
Of course the athar of ibn Sireen (Sirin) محمد بن سيرين which you may find quoted with a full narrator chain is widely known for a large audience (and maybe this is the source of Malik's quote). You'll find it for example in the introduction of sahih Muslim #25 or #26 in the 5th Chapter: "That Which is Related to the Statements ‘The Chain ...
There's a sahih hadith saying that the Prophet () used to prostrate his toes pointing to the qibla in the famous hadith of Abu Humaid as-Sa'idi أَبُو حُمَيْدٍ السَّاعِدِيُّ where he is explaining how the Prophet () used to pray:
I was sitting with some of the companions of Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) and we were discussing the way of praying of the Prophet. Abu ...
The statement is neither hadith nor Qur'an, but one could call it words of wisdom and it will be hard to find a definite source, as there are indeed some similar statements referred to some sophisticated people and scholars.
But it certainly goes along with the teaching of Islam.
We learn to be honest if asked about knowledge in different verses of the Qur'...
The hadith is basically correct in its meaning, similar authentic reports may be found elsewhere, for example:
ما أنزل الله داء إلا أنزل له شفاء
There is no disease that Allah has created, except that He also has created its treatment.
— Sahih Bukhari
إن الله لم يجعل شفاءكم فيما حرم عليكم
Allah has not put your cure in what he has made unlawful to you.
Refering to the two verses below you can easily tell that we should abstain from insulting any one whether it was a non believer or a believer:
6:108 And do not insult those they invoke other than Allah , lest they
insult Allah in enmity without knowledge. Thus We have made pleasing
to every community their deeds. Then to their Lord is their return,
There is nothing in the sunnah that proves that talking while eating is Haram or anything else. On the other hand there are narrations which prove otherwise, where sometimes the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) spoke while eating. Like the time some meat was brought to him, he took a bite out of it the he said:
أَنَا سَيِّدُ النَّاسِ يَوْمَ ...
What is Al Mubahala?
Al Mubahala is the coming of a group, if they disagree upon something, and asking Allah to to put His curse on those among them who are unjust.
Is it permitted by the Sharee'ah?
Yes it is permitted.
What is evidence of using it, from Qur'an and authentic hadeeth?
The proof supporting comes from Ayatul Mubahala, in Surat AliImran ...
The conditions for halal slaughtering
Basically food is made of some ingredients among them you may find meat or flesh so the general ruling allowing to eat the food of the people of the book in (5:5) allows eating the meat of slaughtered animals (as long as they are not among those quoted in (5:3), (2:173), (6:121)) according some conditions the most ...
The description of knowledge of hadith as quoted in your question predates Imam Mālik; it goes back to an athar by Ibn Sirīn:
حدثنا محمد بن علي، حدثنا النضر بن عون، عن ابن سيرين قال: هذا الحديث دين، فانظروا عمن تأخذون دينكم
Ibn Seereen says: "The knowledge of hadith (in the same manner all other religious subjects) are included in the deen. ...
Here is a good answer to this question, in Arabic:
To make it short: There was never a Hadith with such meaning.
The word (given fatwa "opinion") in English is just one word in Arabic: (أفتى) which might have been mis-translated. In the Arabic context: the person ...
There is no sahīh (authentic) hadith that I know of to the exact meaning of what you are asking about. There are lots of authentic hadiths about the rewards Muslims get in the Hereafter for their pain and suffering in this world. There are two hadiths that are commonly referred to in this context, though.
The first hadith is a hassan (good) hadith in Jami' ...
All Quranic verses on the topic of sihr are effective weapons against it.
Surat al-A’araf verse 106-122
Surat Yoonus verse 79-82
Surat Ta-Ha verse 65-69
Are all about Moses defeating Pharaoh's magicians and several thousand magicians falling down in prostration in awe of Allah's power, so naturally they are included.
Islam does restrict it as the only hadith about nails is that they should be cut and kept short.
Five are the acts of fitra: circumcision, removing the pubes, clipping
the moustache, cutting the nails, plucking the hair under the armpits.
"A time limit was set for us, by the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ), regarding
There are many narrations of this hadith. I will just link a few:
Narrated 'Ubai bin 'Umar:
Abu Musa asked permission to enter upon 'Umar, but seeing that he was
busy, he went away. 'Umar then said, "Didn't I hear the voice of
'Abdullah bin Qais? Allow him to come in." He was called in and 'Umar
said to him, "What made you do ...
The hadith is sahih and appears in both Sahihs and elsewhere several times, with more or less slightly different wordings:
In Sahih al-Bukhari:
In the book of knowledge (see here) in the book of Good manners (see here)
In Sahih Muslim:
in the book of Jihad and expedition on the authority of abu Musa al-Ash'ari (see here) and on the authoirty of Anas ibn ...
Well i have found this link with a fatwa of the Saudi-Arabian Fatwa Council which gives sources for the first part of your inquiry:The words 'Omar (May Allah be pleased with him) shouted "O Sariyya, [towards] the mountain"!
This source only tells what 'Omar shouted and that the Messenger of the army confirmed to 'Omar having heard a voice alerting them with ...
Are you referring to one of these ahadith?
"Messenger of Allah! Shall we be destroyed while there are people who are salih among us?" The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, "Yes, if there is much wickedness." (Muwatta' Malik)
There is no being worthy of worship except Allah; there is a destruction in store for Arabia ...
This hadith can be found in a couple of sources mostly with disconnected narrator chains or weak narrators:
You will find it in al-Hilm of ibn Abi Dunya (see here in Arabic) with a very disconnected chain Sufyan ibn 'Oyyanah سُفْيَانَ بْنَ عُيَيْنَةَ is a scholar of the 2nd Century after Hijra so he can't have heard the hadith from our Prophet.
I presume you are referring to the companion Hudhayfah ibn Al-Yaman, who narrated this hadith in Sahih Muslim:
عن أبي عبد الله حذيفة بن اليمان رضي الله عنهما قال: صليت مع النبي
صلى الله عليه وسلم ذات ليلة فافتتح البقرة فقلت يركع عند المائة ثم مضى.
فقلت يصلي بها في ركعة، فمضى. فقلت يركع بها، ثم افتتح النساء. فقرأها ثم
افتتح آل عمران فقرأها يقرأ ...
It looks like the source of this definition is more linguistic than religious
This is how an orphan is defined in the Arabic language:
الَيَتِيمُ : الصَّغيرُ الفاقدَّ الأَبِ من الإِنسان ، والأُمِّ من الحيوان
Al-Yateem (the orphan):
- from human beings, the child who has lost its father
- from animals, the child who has lost its mother
There are numerous hadiths that talk about hardships, their causes, and their outcome. Facing hardships is part of life, and it is wise to assume that we will always face hardships, to varying degrees, as we continue to be alive:
سَمِعْتُ مُعَاوِيَةَ يَقُولُ سَمِعْتُ النَّبِيَّ ﷺ يَقُولُ: لَمْ يَبْقَ مِنَ الدُّنْيَا إِلاَّ بَلاَءٌ وَفِتْنَةٌ
It appears this is part of Islamic mysticism, or Sufism. I think it's safe to say it's not mentioned in the Qur'an (otherwise, it would turn up a zillion times when Googling it, like everything else in the Qur'an).
The closest mention in the Qur'an I'm aware of is:
It is Allah who has created seven heavens and of the earth, the like of them. ...