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February, 2016

November, 2015

  • 12 November

    The multiple benefits of using the miswak

    Question What is status of following narration? Please provide its original source, and can it be quoted? It is written in Fadail A’mal like this.(more or less) Some Ulama say that in punctual usage of Miswak has 70 benefits, one of which is that the person will get opportunity to recite Kalima e Shahdat at the time of death. In …

March, 2015

  • 24 March

    A follow up query on a Hadith in Majalisul Abrar

    Question I  wanted to ask regarding your answer in this link:https://www.hadithanswers.com/reference-for-the-hadith-of-spending-1-huqb-in-jahannam/ Shaykh Zakariya (rahimahullah) said that this narration has been mentioned in the book Majālis al-Abrār. I have been unable to find this narration amongst the collections of ahādīth that are available to me. However, the Shaykh of our Mashāikh, Shāh `Abd al-`Azīz Dahlawī (rahimahullāh), has praised this book. my question is  is such an approach acceptable …

July, 2014

April, 2014

February, 2014

  • 7 February

    Is this a fabrication in Fadail-A'mal?

    Question A brother sent me and others an email criticizing Fada’il al-A’mal with the following: In Fada’il al-A’mal you will find that some hadiths have been taken from the book called Dhayl al-‘Ali of Imam Suyuti, which means “Tails Of Pearls”, but in the meantime the real name of the book is Dhayl -La’ali al-Masnu’a fil-Hadithil-Maudu’a which means “Tails of …

  • 1 February

    Clarification on the miraculous achievements of the ‘Ulama

    Question  I find the book Fadail A’mal informative in its explaining themes through Quranic Ayah and Ahadith. However, I find some of the other material very strange. For example, in Fazail of salah, it says that Ibn Abidin (rahmihullah) prayed a thousand nafl rak’ah every day. How is this humanly possible in a 24 hour day (if each rak’ah took …

December, 2013

  • 16 December

    Fadail A'mal mentions Kashf, is this shirk?

    Question In the book: Fada’il al-A’mal, first edition 1994 of the English translation. On the end of page 21  of Virtues of Salah, you will find the words ascribing kasha of  “seeing sins falling down from the limbs of the person performing wudu…” to Imam Abu Hanifah (rahimahullah). Kashf means, in Khandhlawi’s own words, “divine manifestation of unseen things”(pg.128 of Virtues of Dhikr). Muslims know that seeing …