I know – from your earlier post– that reciting the du’a of Rajab is permissible, but could it be believed to be sunnah?
Is there any specific surah or du’a or or any specific deed to send sawab for the deceased?
What is the reason for the Hanafi madhab stating that one should do masah of the nape during wudu?
Is there any proof for this from Hadith?
Should one read the Masnun du’as immediately after the Fard Salah or read the Sunnah Salah first and then read all the Masnun du’as?
What is the status of cupping /hijamah in Islam? Is it a ‘forgotten’ Sunnah?
In which case, is it’s revival a commendable act worthy of great potential reward or would it now be seen as an outdated therapy that no longer applies given the advances of modern medicine?
There is a hadith in Tabarani and Musnad Ahmad that says ” there is no good in women’s congregation” what’s the status of this hadith?
There is also a report from Ali saying a woman can never be an imam,
but hadiths in Musannaf ibn Abi Shaybah said Aishah and Umm Salamah (radiyallahu’anhuma) called adhan and led prayers. Are these sahih?
Is there a Hadith regarding conveying Isaale Sawaab to those who are living? JazakAllah khaira
After burial of the deceased some people give adhan on the grave, they say “It comforts the dead in the horrid loneliness of the grave”, is the calling of the adhan permissible and is this proven from sunnah or the sahabah?
After burial of the deceased some ‘Ulama do talqin to the deceased. Is this proven from the sunnah or the sahabah?
Please provide reference for the above from Hadith.
Did Nabi (sallalahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) say ‘yahdikumullah wa yuslihu balakum’ in reply to the sneeze of a disbeliever?
Is the following narration Sahih with the extra wording ‘under the navel’:
Sayyiduna Wa’il ibn Hujr (radiyallahu’anhu) reports:
“I saw the Prophet (sallallahu alaihi wa sallam) placing his right hand over his left hand in Salah, below the Navel.”
(Musannaf Ibn Abi Shaybah)
How many manuscripts have the additional wording and how many do not? Barakallu feek
Is there a hadith that says drop the corporal punishment (hadd) where there is doubts? I heard its in Tirmidhi can you show me the hadith please and is it sahih?
What is the authenticity of the following narration:
Sayyidatuna ‘Aishah (radiyallahu ‘anha) reports that Rasulullah (sallalahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) once entered and said: ‘O ‘Aishah, do you have a piece of bread’? Sayyidatuna ‘Aishah (radiyallahu ‘anha) says that she brought a piece of bread for Nabi (sallalahu ‘alayhi wa sallam), he put it in his mouth and asked: ‘ O ‘Aishah did any of it enter my belly? This is like the kiss of a fasting person, the fast is broken by what goes in, not by what comes out.
I need to know if the verse below relates to any women or only for the wives of Rasullullah (sallallahu’alayhi wasallam)?
I see in todays times many Shaykhs speak directly to women and also many gatherings have men and women together.
Allah Ta’ala says in Surah Ahzab, verse 53:
وَإِذَا سَأَلْتُمُوهُنَّ مَتَاعًا فَاسْأَلُوهُنَّ مِنْ وَرَاءِ حِجَابٍ ذَلِكُمْ أَطْهَرُ لِقُلُوبِكُمْ وَقُلُوبِهِنَّ
And when you ask anything from them (the blessed wives of the Prophet), ask them from behind a curtain. That is better for the purity of your hearts and their hearts.
I thank you for your kind efforts in giving us guidance. Jazakallah !