Question Is this suitable to quote? من صلى علي يوم الجمعة صلاة واحدة صلى الله عليه وملائكتة ألف ألف صلاة
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Question Is this Hadith authentic? Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “Eating fruit in odd numbers will not be a cause of harm”
Question In your answer regrading Surah Tahrim, you have mentioned that there is no authentic special virtue for reciting the Surah.. I have come across the following virtue, is it authentic? من قرأ سورة التحريم آتاه الله توبة نصوحاً
Question Is it correct that only a hypocrite will be unable to memorise Surahs Hud, Yasin and Dukhan?
Question Is this authentic? Sayyiduna Anas ibn Malik (radiyallahu ‘anhu) narrates that Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said, “Whenever you eat or drink, read the following du’a and no sickness from the food will affect you, even if the food has poison: ‘Bismillahil ladhi la yadurru ma’asmihi shay-un fil ardi wa la fis sama-i Ya Hayyu Ya Qayyumu‘
Question Is this narration authentic? قاتل الحسين في تابوت من نار عليه نصف عذاب أهل الدنيا
Question Is this Hadith authentic? Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said: “Whoever enters the graveyard and reads Surah Yasin, their punishment will be lightened on that day and he will receive reward equal to the number of people buried in the graveyard.”
Question I remember reading somewhere a Hadith of Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) that water heated by the sun should not be used because there is the possibility of contracting white leprosy. Is there such a Hadith?
Question What is the status of this narration? اتخذوا السودان فإن ثلاثة منهم من سادات أهل الجنة لقمان الحكيم والنجاشي وبلال المؤذن Make Africans/dark skinned people [leaders] for three of them will be among the leaders of Jannah; Luqman Al Hakim, Najashi and Bilal Al Muadhin (radiyallahu ‘anhu).
Question Is this Hadith reliable? إن من الذنوب ذنوبا لا يكفرها الصلاة ولا الصيام ولا الحج ولا العمرة قالوا: فما يكفرها يا رسول الله قال: الهموم في طلب المعيشة
Question Is this Hadith reliable? “Hearts are predisposed to love someone who does them good and to detest someone who does them harm
Question Is this authentic? Whoever does the following deeds, will receive the reward of a martyr: Reads Salatud Duha Fasts 3 days every month Is punctual and habitual on witr Salah, whether on travel or not
Question Is there an authentic narration which disallows using the diminutive form when referring to a Masjid, the Holy Quran or Humans i.e. men and women?