Question Is there any authentic Hadith which mentions washing of the hands before eating?
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Question Is this a Hadith? من تهاون بالأدب عوقب بحرمان السنن، ومن تهاون بالسنن عوقب بحرمان الفرائض، ومن تهاون بالفرائض عوقب بحرمان المعرفة
Question In the narration where Sayyiduna Ma’qil ibn Yasar (radiyallahu ‘anhu) picked up a morsel of food which fell, wiped it and ate it, there is mention of farmers or Bedouins poking fun at this. Were they Muslims or Non-Muslims?
Question What is the difference between the following words with regards to forgetting what one memorised of the Quran? Nasitu (نَسِيتُ), Nussitu (نُسّيتُ) and Unsitu (أُنْسِيتُ)
Question Is it better to say radiyallah ‘anha or ‘alayhas salam for Maryam? What is the case for disputed Prophets like Luqman?
Question Is there a Hadith prohibiting wearing only one shoe?
Question Is there a specific way this should be done? والاستغفار أن تشير بأصبع واحدة ‘When asking for forgiveness you should point with one finger’
Question Is the following a Hadith? “Whoever breaks someone’s heart then it is his responsibility to mend that person’s heart”
Question Could you cite the Hadith regarding seeking permission thrice before entering times. If no permission is granted the person should return.
Question Is this narration sound? المؤمن للمؤمن كالبنيان، يشد بعضه بعضا ‘The believers are like a building, they support and strengthen each other’
Question Is this a Hadith? If so, what is the grading? “Do not utter anything for which you will have to apologize/make excuses”
Question I have received a message which I would like to have verified. It pertains to the recitation of a particular du’a after reading the Quran. It is preferred, on finishing the recitation of the Quran to say: سُبْحَانَكَ اللَّهُمَّ وَبِحَمْدِكَ، أشهد أن لاَ إِلَهَ إِلاَّ أَنْتَ، أَسْتَغْفِرُكَ وَأَتُوبُ إِلَيْكَ The evidence for this is as follows: ‘Aaishah (radiyallahu ‘anha) …
Question Is the following narration reliable? أكرم المجالس ما استقبل به القبلة ‘The most noble gathering is that gathering which is facing the qiblah’