Hadiths on the harms of adultery


Are the following two narrations authentic:

1) Sayyiduna Anas (radiyallahu ‘anhu) reports that  Nabi (sallalahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said:

Save yourself from zina. Zina has six things of ruin in it, three in this world and three in the hereafter. From the ruins of this world are:

The radiance of one’s face fades, sustenance becomes difficult and does not suffice for ones needs and the body wears down quicker than normal and becomes weak.

From the ruins of the hereafter are: Allah Ta’ala becomes angry, judgement will be harsh and one will burn in Jahannam till Allah Ta’ala wills’.

2) Nabi (sallalahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) is reported to have said:

‘Iman has a dress that Allah dresses whosoever he wants with. Whenever a person commits zina, this dress is taken off him and not put back on until the person repents from his sin.’

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Hadith on women who do not wear the veil


1. What is the arabic text for the following Hadith?

The worse among the women are those who freely leave their homes without Hijab. They are hypocrites and few of these will enter paradise.

2. What is the correct translation?

3. What is the authenticity of it?

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Prohibition of slapping the face


1) Is hitting/ disciplining on the face, for example slapping etc allowed in Islam?

2) Is there any reference to this statement?

‘The place where the ustad (teacher) hits the student, will not be touched by the fire of Jahannam’

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