With reference to the Hadith mentioned in this link,
Have the Muhaddithun explained a method/s to make Allah Ta’ala beloved in the eyes of people?
What is the meaning of the following Hadith regarding Istisqa (Du’a/Salah seeking water):
Is it authentically proven that Rasulullah (sallallahu’alayhi wasallam) said ‘Allahu Akbar’ after every Taslim of the five daily Salahs? Is it a standing Sunnah to do so as many Imams do not do so?
What is the status of the following Hadith and the explanation of it, if it is suitable to quote?
In Sunan Nasai, there is a chapter ‘As saffu baynal qadamayn‘. There is a narration under this chapter wherein Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah ibn Mas’ud (radiyallahu ‘anhu) said that murawahah is better.
Is the Hadith authentic and what does murawahah mean?
In the Hadith books, most of the narrations mention that our beloved Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wassalam) had a black turban on his head.
Shaykhul Hadith Moulana Zakariyya (rahimahullah) mentions that wearing a white turban is the sunnah.
Without objecting on Shaykh (rahimahullah), as a student of Din I want more clarification on this.
How did Shaykh (rahimahullah) come to this opinion?
It seems to me (from the narrations I have come across) that wearing a black turban is closer to the sunnah. Can you please explain further? Read More »
I have read the Hadith answer regarding getting married in Shawwal but there is another Hadith where Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) mentions that three things should not be delayed. One of them being marriage.
My question is regarding a person who gets proposed in Rabi ‘ul Awwal. One Hadith is telling us not to delay. On the other hand, we have the virtue of getting married in Shawwal. How do we reconcile? Read More »
I heard this saying attributed to Nabi (sallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) at a gathering and was wondering if you could comment on its authenticity and explain its meaning:
Are there any virtues for reciting Surah Fath every day? I did have a look at Shaykh Muhammad ‘Awwamah’s (may Allah protect him) footnotes on Tadribur Rawi (vol. 3 pg. 492) and other books, but I could not understand.
Allah says in the Quran:
‘So when the Horn is blown, no relationship will there be among them that Day, nor will they ask about one another.’ (Surah Al Muminun, Verse:101).
Does the following narration hold any weight and does it not vigorously clash with the verse of the Quran above? How can the verse of the Quran and this narration be reconciled?
At the time of his marriage to Sayyiduna Ali’s (radiyallahu ‘anhu) daughter Sayyidatuna Umm Kulthoom (radiyallahu ‘anha), Sayyiduna Umar (radiyallahu ‘anhu) said:
‘Do you not congratulate me! I heard Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) say ‘On the Day of Qiyamah all sabab (relations through marriage) and nasab (relations by blood) will break except my sabab and nasab.’ Read More »
What is the difference between the following words with regards to forgetting what one memorised of the Quran?
Is there a saying of Sayyidatuna ‘Aaishah (radiyallahu ‘anha) which is as follows:
‘The first bid’ah of this ummah is to eat a full (stomach)’
What is the authenticity, reference and commentary for this Hadith?
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