Question Is this authentic? It appears in a Hadith that whomsoever offers Fajr Salah for forty (40) days without missing the first rak’ah, will not die until he sees his abode in Jannah.
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Question I have come across this narration and would like to know the authenticity: “Whoever reads Surah Al Hujurat will emerge from his grave reciting it, until he enters Jannah, while the people will still be giving account”
Question Is this narration authentic? من صافح يهوديا أو نصرانيا فليتوضأ وليغسل يده
Question Is there a Hadith which states that a person who eats suhur/sehri, will not be asked about that bounty/will not be held accountable for that food?
Question Is this narration authentic? من أفطر على تمرة من حلال زيد في صلاته أربعمائة صلاة
Question Is this narration authentic? اتقوا شهر رمضان فإنه شهر الله جعل لكم أحد عشر شهرا تشبعون فيها وتروون وشهر رمضان شهر الله فاحفظوا فيه أنفسكم
Question You mentioned here that the Hadith regarding ‘The keys of the treasure of the heavens and the earth’ Hadith is fabrication. You also said: “This Hadith has also been reported with another chain, and has variations in the wording” Can I practice on the one with the other chain and has different wording?
Question Is this Hadith authentic? Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “The virtue of Sha’ban over other months is like my virtue over all the Prophets”
Question Is this authentic? On the night of 15 Sha’ban, offer twelve rak’ahs of Salah. In each rak’ah recite Surah Ikhlas thirty (30) times. You will see your abode in Jannah and be granted intercession for ten (10) family members
Question I have come across a narration which states “When Allah becomes angry, he puffs up on his throne. The angels also begin to feel the weightiness” What is the authenticity of this?
Question Is this suitable to quote? من صلى علي يوم الجمعة صلاة واحدة صلى الله عليه وملائكتة ألف ألف صلاة
Question Can this Hadith be quoted? Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “Seeking knowledge for a short while is better than offering Tahajjud Salah for one night and seeking knowledge for one day is better than fasting for three days”
Question Is this narration authentic? لا يدخل الفقر بيتا فيه اسمي