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"Al mizzi says it has so many chains that it deserves a grade of fair (hasan)." Hadith HASAN MASHHÛR - "fair, famous." Note: Applied to a hadith, the term mashhûr refers to a type of ahad narration that has five to nine narrators at each link of its chain and is therefore nearly mass-narrated (tawatur). Note that this is not an index of ...


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Not the exact words, but the meaning has been narrated in the exegesis of the verse: وقاسمهما إني لكما لمن الناصحين فدلاهما بغرور And he swore [by Allah ] to them, "Indeed, I am to you from among the sincere advisors." So he made them fall, through deception. — Quran 7:21-22 عن السدي: ألم أنهكما عن تلكما الشجرة قال آدم: رب إنه حلف لي بك، ولم ...


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The hadith can be found in Sunan Abi Dawud in the book كتاب الخاتم under the section باب ما جاء في الذهب للنساء . The number will vary with the publisher, however it is numbered 4235 in the English translation published by Darussalam. حدثنا ابن نفيل، حدثنا محمد بن سلمة، عن محمد بن إسحاق، قال: حدثني يحيى بن عباد، عن أبيه، عباد بن عبد الله، عن عائشة رضي الله ...


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According to one Hadith, the Prophet (PBUH) mentions 124,000 (or its roundabouts) prophets before him: It was narrated that Abu Dharr said: I said: O Messenger of Allah, how many Prophets were there? He said: “One hundred and twenty four thousand.” I said: O Messenger of Allah, how many of them were Messengers? He said: “Three hundred and thirteen, a good ...


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"It was a decision that was up to the leader. So if you were the Khalifah, you could have decided to kill the men responsible and it would have been valid because it was according to the Shariah. The Rasool (saw) ordered the killing of Jews because they betrayed treaties he signed with them. Like the Banu Qurayzah, the Rasool (saw) besieged them after ...


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I'd say that laughing evilly, is evil. Whereas good humoured laughter is halal whether it is quiet or loud. It's a question of taking into a persons character and it's always true in Islam that we must take that into account. After all, this is where the Whisperer slips in, into his heart, and then makes himself manifest - in evil laughter, evil intentions ...


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Imam sadeq said "guffaw is from evil" (القهقهة من الشیطان). but it is an ethical advice and not mean that load laughing is haram.


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To my knowledge, this came from the prophet but was made famous by Persian philosopher Avicenna, who provided new interpretations to many philosophical religious teachings to the people of his time. This could be why it does not appear directly as a Hadith. There is a good podcast on Avicenna in the series 'Philosophize This' - this is where I heard this.


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And what this means is that the abrogation by five sucklings was revealed very late to the extent that when the Prophet (peace be upon him) died, some people were still reciting the verse of five sucklings and making it part of recited Qur'an for they were not informed about its abrogation but when they were after that, they went back on that and formed a ...


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