Question Is this narration authentic? Buying for one’s family and carrying it: “Whoever buys something for his family and then carries it with his hands to them the sin of seventy years will be forgiven from him.”
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Question How reliable is this Hadith? “Whoever gives iftar to a person on the day of Ashura, it is as the whole nation of Muhammad (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) broke fast by him”
Question Is this Hadith authentic? Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “If one of you enters upon his Muslim brother, he should not take off his shoes without his permission.”
Question العطسة عند الحديث شاهد عدل Sneezing when speaking is a sign that it refers to the truth
Question Is this Hadith authentic? إن لله مدائن لا يدخلها إلا من صام رجب
Question Please advise on the authenticity of this “The virtue of Rajab over the rest of the months as the virtue of the Quran over other words.”
Question Is there a narration that says if you own less than 60 000 you are a pauper?
Question What is the status of the following narration? “When a scholar (‘aalim) passes away, Allah gives his knowledge a form. That form becomes his friend and companion till the day of Qiyamah and repels the vermin and pests from him.” (Daylami)
Question Is this authentic: Anas ibn Malik (radiyallahu ‘anhu) reports that Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “The superiority of the young person who worships Allah during his youth over the old person who worships Allah after ageing, is like the superiority of Allah’s messengers over the entire creation.” (Musnadul Firdaws)
Question What is status of following narration? يأتي على الناس زمان يقتل فيه العلماء كما يقتل الكلاب فيا ليت العلماء في ذلك الزمان تحامقوا
Question Is this Hadith reliable? ما طابت رائحة عبد قط إلا قل همه ولا نقيت ثياب عبد إلا قل همه
Question Are the words ‘Jalla thana-uka’ which are added in the thana of Janazah Salah, found in any Hadith? I have come across these words in a narration of Musnadul Firdaws.
Question Is this authentic? Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “Whoever revives one night of Rajab [spends it in ‘ibadah] and fasts the next day, Allah will feed him from the fruits of Jannah, clothe him from the garments of Jannah and grant him drink from the sealed nectar.”