Question I saw a poster which said that sinning during the sacred months is greater. Is this correct?
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Question What is the authenticity of this narration? Ibn ‘Abbas (radiyallahu ‘anhuma) where he said: “The first creature that apply the concept of qiyas [logic] is Iblis, then he made a mistake in his qiyas. Thus, whoever applies his logic in religious matters [only depending on logic] Allah Ta’ala will make him be with Iblis.”
Question Could you provide the reference for this narration? Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Umar (radiyallahu ‘anhuma) said, “Taqwa is that you do not regard yourself better than anyone else.”
Question Is this narration authentic: قال سفيان بن عيينة: من صلى الصلوات الخمس فقد شكر الله تعالى، ومن دعا لوالديه في أدبار الصلوات فقد شكرهما
Question As for those who have Iman and then return to disbelief, and then again have Iman and then return to kufr, and then increase in kufr, Allah will not forgive them or guide them on any path. [Surah An Nisa, Verse: 137] What does the above Verse mean?
Question In Mirqatul Mafatih, Mulla ‘Ali Al Qari (rahimahullah) sometimes quotes from ‘Sharhus Sunnah.’ Who is the author of the book Sharhus Sunnah?
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]'”
Question In the Hadith you have answered here, what exact time does the Arabic word ‘bukur’ refer to? Is it after Fajr but before sunrise or immediately after sunrise?
Question Is this authentic: Al-Amash said that Ibn Umar said, “When their skin are burned, they will be given another skin in replacement, and this skin will be as white as …
Sayyiduna ‘Umar and the hypocrite who was not pleased with the decision of Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)
Question Is the following incident authentic and suitable to quote? Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah ibn ‘Abbas (radiyallahu ‘anhuma) mentions that a hypocrite by the name of Bishr once had an argument with a Jew. In order to resolve the argument, the Jew suggested that they resort to Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) who would preside over their case and decide who was …