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NOTE. parts of my answer is from Shia perspective. You can find some useful info from Wikipedia on the English, Arabic and Persian entries on the Hadeeth of the two weighty (or precious) things. These pages each has a different content, e.g. the English page shows some Sunni and Shia versions of the Hadeeth, one Sunni version of which is the one you have ...


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The hadith is attributed to a Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj narration, but it is not in his Sahih as the entire version. Most likely, you are referring to the hadith in the "Forty Hadith Nawawi" book (See Hadith 25, and see Sahih Muslim 1006). The additional part: أو ليس قد جعل الله لكم صلاة العشاء في جماعة تعدل حجة، وصلاة الغداة في جماعة تعدل عمرة Has Allah ...


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The conditions are those relating to the credibility level of the people in the narration chain. First, a clarification: the conditions of Al-Bukhāri (Arabic: شرط البخاري) relate solely to his book Al-Jāmi' Al-Musnad As-Sahīh Al-Mukhtasar (Arabic: الجامع المسند الصحيح المختصر من أمور رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم وسننه وأيامه), commonly known as Sahīh al-...


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What does the Hadith mean by fight them? Does it involve blood, just seizure of property or enslavement of the women and children of the family? Please elaborate on all three (if applicable) This is what it means... Fight against those who (1) believe not in Allah, (2) nor in the Last Day, (3) nor forbid that which has been forbidden by Allah and His ...


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This hadith is a warning to those who ask without any need, and as explained in Annawawi's Sharh of Saheeh Muslim, it means that every time he asks for money to increase it it, it becomes live coal, so every time he asks without any need but to increase wealth it becomes live coal which will burn him in hell as punishment. So it is up to him to stop asking ...


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When scholars call a hadith authentic, it is usually according to sanad i.e. the chain of narrators. There still remains the task of validating the matn i.e. the reported content in the light of Qur'an and other factors. It is a known practice. For example, Al-Khatib al-Baghdadi (392–463AH) writes in al-Kifaya: ولا يقبل خبر الواحد في منافاة حكم العقل وحكم ...


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As Aboudi says it seems dodgy, I am by no means a scholar but I believe this hadith/qoute is fabricated. Also couldn't find this in any of the Kittabal-Sittah(Muslim,Bukhari,Abu Dawud, Tirmdhi, Sunan ibn Majah, Nisai) Some attribute this quote to Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings Be Upon him) , as this saying has no actual chain of narrators that can ...


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I think Medi1Saif is referring to: Narrated Abu Huraira: Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said, "Allah said, 'I will declare war against him who shows hostility to a pious worshipper of Mine. And the most beloved things with which My slave comes nearer to Me, is what I have enjoined upon him; and My slave keeps on coming closer to Me through performing Nawafil (...


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Wa Alaikum As Salam. I will share a site that I love to use (may Allah (ﷻ) increase the managers of this project in blessings): QaalaRasulallah. Per their "about" section: "This site provides the most complete and accurate hadith text (matn), translation (English and other languages) and interactive chain of narrators (isnad)". Perhaps this is what you are ...


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It is known that Imam Muslim did not narrate a single hadith through his teacher, Imam Al-Bukhari, in his Sahih. It was documented by Imam Adh-Dhahabi in Siyar A'lām an-Nubalā' 1/87, and he elaborated that they differed in their conditions of what would make it to their Sahihs. However, it is not known for sure why he elected to do so as he never mentioned ...


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The simple and short answer a response of the Prophet () is not quoted in any of both Sahihs (neither in Sahih al-Bukhari nor in Sahih Muslim). In fact they only quoted the jealous reaction of 'Aishah as you may find in your finding Sahih al-Bukhari and here in Sahih Muslim. This lead some scholars to the interpretation that the prophet () let these words ...


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Kutub al-Sittah or sometimes referred to as Al-Sihah al-Sittah are the six books of Hadith which are considered to be an authentic authority and contains Sahih Hadith of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The list of books with their authors is as follow. Sahih Bukhari, collected by Imam Bukhari (d. 256 AH, 870 CE), includes 7,275 ahadith Sahih Muslim, collected by ...


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Among these ahadith which are quoted in either one or both sahihsyou may find: In the book of Adab (in al-Mustadrak and in sahih al-Bukhari): The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "The most awful (meanest) name in Allah's sight." Sufyan said more than once, "The most awful (meanest) name in Allah's sight is (that of) a man calling himself king of kings." Sufyan said,...


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I found a couple of opinions about this hadith and how it should be understood! From this salafi Fatwa (Arabic) one could conclude that this hadith must be applied and it's not allowed to have churches or any kind of place of worship of non-Believers on the Arabic Peninsula (= Saudi Arabia, Gulf-states and Yemen) and if some of that was built it should be ...


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Salam on alaykom. You said 2 books of 6 sources of Sunni hadiths : صحاح سته sahih bokhari , sonan termezi , sahih moslem , sonan aboo davood , sonan nesaei , sonan ibn maje All of hadiths in these are not reliable, but all of them are not kezb. For example in source of Shias we see some hadiths is referred to Sunni sources. Shia sources are: من ...


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I believe the answer by Sayyid is misleading, especially the last paragraph. Umm Habeebah (radi Allahu anha) , the wife of the Prophet (sallalahu alayhi wasallam) said: I heard the Messenger of Allah (sallalahu alayhi wasallam) say: “There is no Muslim slave who prays twelve rak‘ahs to Allah each day, voluntarily, apart from the obligatory prayers, but ...


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No, these 12 rak'at are any 12 outside of the fard prayers. This could be what people call "sunnah" prayers that are prayed before or after the fard. Some have claimed these 12 rak'ats are suppose to be at night, during tahajjud time. However, the hadith you quoted clearly mentions day along with night. So these 12 rak'at can be prayed at anytime and ...


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