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February, 2017

  • 8 February

    The Sahabah (radiyallahu ‘anhum) would cry and tremble when they heard Quran

    Question Is this Hadith authentic? ‘Abdullah Ibn ‘Urwah ibn Zubayr said: “I asked my grandmother Asma (radiyallahu ‘anha), ‘What was the condition of the Sahabah when they would hear Quran? She replied, ‘Their eyes teared and their skins trembled just as Allah has described them [in the Quran]'”

January, 2017

  • 25 January

    Abstain from quarrelling for it is not beneficial

    Question Who is this statement attributed to? “Beware and abstain from quarrelling and arguing, for the benefits are few but it creates enmity and hatred between brothers”

  • 24 January

    Patience in relation to Din

    Question What is the reference of this Hadith: Verily, patience is to faith as the head is to the body. If the head is cut, the body will perish.

December, 2016

  • 23 December

    A virtue of reciting Surah ikhlas one hundred times with wudu

    Question Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “The person who reads Surah Ikhlas 100 times with wudu, beginning with Surah Fatihah, will receive the following virtues: 1. Allah Ta’ala will record ten good deeds for every letter 2. Erase ten sins 3. Elevate ten stages 4. Build one hundred palaces in Jannah 5. On that particular day Allah Ta’ala will grant him …

  • 23 December

    Reciting Surah Yasin on the eve of Friday

    Question Is this this Hadith authentic? Sayyiduna Abu Hurayrah (radiyallahu ‘anhu) reports that Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “Whoever recites Surah Yasin on the eve of Friday he will be forgiven by morning”

  • 18 December

    The virtue of pardoning when one has the ability to punish

    Question Is this Hadith reliable? Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: Musa (‘alayhis salam) said, O my Rabb! Who among Your servants is the most respected to you? Allah Ta’ala said: ‘One who has the power (to punish), yet forgives’

  • 15 December

    Three things that are sufficient

    Question What does this mean and is it correct? عَنْ عَمَّارِ بْنِ يَاسِرٍ، قَالَ : قَالَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ كَفَى بِالْمَوْتِ وَاعِظًا، وَكَفَى بِالْيَقِينِ غِنًى، وَكَفَى بِالْعِبَادَةِ شُغْلا

  • 9 December

    Whoever loves something will speak excessively about it

    Question Is this a Hadith? من احب شيئاً اكثر ذكره “Whoever loves something will speak excessively about it”

November, 2016

  • 21 November

    Luqman Al Hakim advises his son regarding repentance

    Question What is the source for this narration? Luqman the wise said to his son, “O my beloved son! Do not delay in repentance [tawbah] for death will come to you suddenly”

  • 19 November

    Two qualities that harden the heart

    Question I have heard the following statement attributed to a Saint of the past. Could you tell me who was he? “Two things harden the heart; speaking too much and eating too much”

  • 12 November

    The virtue of removing harmful objects from the path

    Question Is this narration reliable? Sayyiduna Mu’adh ibn Jabal (radiyallahu ‘anhu) was once walking with someone when he removed a stone from the path. The man asked Sayyiduna Mu’adh, ‘Why did you do so?’ He replied, ‘I heard Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) say, ‘Whoever removes a stone [or harmful object] from the path, one good deed is recorded for …

  • 12 November

    The importance of safeguarding one’s tongue

    Question Could you provide a reference for this Hadith? “A man stumbles with his tongue worse than he stumbles with his feet”

  • 8 November

    Abdullah ibn Al Mubarak (rahimahullah)’s intention when drinking Zam Zam

    Question What is the source for the following Hadith and is it suitable to quote? ‘Abdullah ibn Al Mubarak (rahimahullah) went to the well of Zam Zam, quoted his chain of narrators to Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) who said, “The water of Zam Zam is [suitable] for whatever purpose it is drunk for”. ‘Abdullah ibn Al Mubarak then said, …