Question Can you mention the reference for this narration and the Arabic text as well? “My son, do not learn what you do not know until you do not practise on what you know.” Luqman al-Hakim
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Question Does it come in a narration that we should not leave the body of the deceased alone as Shaytan has the ability to cause mischief by entering the body?
Question Is this statement authentic and what is the reference for it? سُئل شيخ الإسلام ابن تيمية: من هم أهل الحق قال: إما في السجون وإما في ساحات الوغى وإما في القبور Ibn Taymiyyah (rahimahullah) was once asked, “Who are the people of truth?” He replied: ‘Either under the earth, in prison or in the battlefield.'”
Question What is the authenticity of this incident? Fudayl ibn ‘Iyad (rahimahullah) said: “I learned patience from a small boy. On my way to the Masjid one day, I came across a woman beating her son at home. As he was yelling and screaming, he managed to open the door and flee. So his mother locked the door on him. …
Question Is this a Hadith? People still honour you as long as you do not take what is in their hands, and if you do that they will ridicule you
Question Kindly provide the Arabic text and full translation of the hadith: The scholar is not he who knows good from evil, but the scholar is he who knows good and follows it and knows evil and avoids it
Question I heard this narration. Is it a Hadith? “There is nothing wrong if one says to a Jew or a Christian: May Allah guide you.”
Question Is there any additional reward for offering Salah with the Takbir Ula behind the Imam?
Question Please provide the explanation and authenticity of this narration: Qatadah (rahimahullah) related: Ibn Sirin (rahimahullah) once related a Hadith of Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) to a man. The man [retorted], ‘But so and so said such and such.’ Ibn Sirin (rahimahullah) replied, ‘I am relating to you from Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) and you saying so and …
Question Is this narration authentic? Ibn Muhayriz (rahimahullah) is reported to have said: “Speaking in the masjid is idle talk, except for one who is praying, or remembering his Rabb, or asking for good or giving good.”
Question Is this a Hadith? إن من كان قبلكم رأوا القرآن رسائل من ربهم فكانوا يتدبرونها بالليل ويتفقدونها في النهار
Question Kindly provide the Arabic text and full translation of the narration below: Ibn Sirin (rahimahullah) said: “I am narrating to you the Hadith of the Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) and you are saying, such and such said this? I will never speak to you.”
Question Kindly inform me regarding the du’a Imam Ahmad ibn Hambal (rahimahullah) would recite while in sajdah: Allahumma kama sunta wajhi ‘anis sujudi li ghayrika fasun wajhi ‘anil mas-alati bi ghayrika