Imam Muslim (Muslim ibn al-Hajjaj) was born in AH in Naysabur Muslims consider it the second most authentic hadith collection, after. In the Name of Allah, the Most Compassionate, the Most. Merciful Sahih Muslim is a collection of sayings and deeds of. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) (also known. Download Sahih Muslim. Sahih Muslim Book 01 - Faith · Download · Sahih Muslim Book 02 - Purification · Download · Sahih Muslim Book 03 - Menstruation.
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The authentic hadith collections of Bukhari and Muslim are excellent in respect to both chain of transmissions and the texts as well as their general utility in that. the English translation of Summarized Sahih Muslim in two volumes. Although Al-Bukhari is the most reliable collection of Ahadith, however, Sahih Muslim has. Al Islam Urdu Home Page Ahmadiyya - الاسلام اسلام اردو صفحہ.
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Reviews Review Policy. View details. Flag as inappropriate. Visit website. A woman came to Allah's Messenger. Messerbger of Allah, I have come to you to entrust myself to you you may contract my marriage with anyone at your discretion.
Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him saw her and cast a glance at her from head to foot. Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him then lowered his head. When the woman saw that he had made no decision in regard to her, she sat down. There stood up a person from amongst his companions and said: Messenger of Allah, marry her to me if you have no need of her. No, Messenger of Allah, by Allah I have nothing. Go to your people family and see if you can find something. He returned and said: I have found nothing.
The Apostle of Allah may peace be upon him said: See even if it is an Iron ring. He went and returned and said: No, by God, not even an iron ring, but only this lower garment of mine Sahl said that he had no upper garment , half of which I am prepared to part with for her. How can your lower garment serve your purpose, for it you wear it, she would not be able to make any use of it and if she wears it there would not be anything on you? The man sat down and as the sitting prolonged he stood up in disappointment and as he was going back Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him commanded him to be called back, and as he came, he said to him: Do you know any part of the Qur'an?
I know such and such surahs and he counted them. Can you recite them from heart from your memory? Yes, whereupon he Allah's Messenger said: Go, I have given her to you in marriage for the part of the Qur'an which you know.
This hadith has been narrated on the authority of Sahl b. Sa'd with a minor alteration of words, but the hadith transmitted through Za'idah the words are that the Holy Prophet said: Go, I have married her to you, and you teach her something of the Qur'an.
Abu Salama b. I asked 'A'isha, the wife of Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him: What is the amount of dower of Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him? It was twelve 'uqiyas and one nash. Do you know what is al-nash? It is half of uqiya, and it amounts to five hundred dirhams, and that was the dower given by Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him to his wives.
Anas b. Malik reported that Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him saw the trace of yellowness on 'Abd al-Rahman b. What is this? Thereupon he said: Allah's Messenger, I have married a woman for a date-stone's weight of gold.
God bless you! Hold a wedding feast, even if only with a sheep. Malik Allah be pleasedwith him reported that 'Abd al-Rahman b. Give a feast even with a sheep.
Malik Allah be pleased with him reported that 'Abd al-Rahman b. This hadith has been narrated on the authority of Humaid with the same chain of transmitters except with this minor alteration of words that 'Abd al-Rahman said: Abd al-Rahman b. I have married a woman of the Ansar. How much Mahr have you paid? For a date-stone weight of gold. And in the hadith transmitted by Ishaq it is: Malik reported that 'Abd al-Rahman married a woman for a datestone weight of gold.
Shu'ba has narrattd this hadith with the same chain of transmitters except for this alteration that he said that a person from among the sons of 'Abd al Rahman said: Anas Allah be pleased with him reported that Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him set out on an expedition to Khaibar and we observed our morning prayer in early hours of the dawn.
Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him moved in the narrow street of Khaibar and we rode so close to each other in the street that my knee touched the leg of Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him.
A part of the lower garment of Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him slipped from his leg and I could see the whiteness of the leg of Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him. As he entered the habitation he called: Allah-o-Akbar Allah is the Greatest. Khaibar is ruined. And when we get down in the valley of a people evil is the morning of the warned ones.
He repeated it thrice. In the meanwhile the people went out for their work, and said: By Allah, Muhammad has come. Abd al-'Aziz or some of our com- panions said: Muhammad and the army have come. We took it the territory of Khaibar by force, and there were gathered the prisoners of war. There came Dihya and he said: Messenger of Allah, bestow upon me a girl ont of the prisones. Go and get any girl. He made a choice for Safiyya daughter of Huyayy b. There came a person to Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him and said: Apostle of Allah, you have bestowed Safiyya bint Huyayy, the chief of Quraiza and al-Nadir, upon Dihya and she is worthy of you only.
Call him along with her. So he came along with her. When Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him saw her he said: Take any other woman from among the prisoners. He the narrator said: He the Holy Prophet then granted her emancipation and married her. Thabit said to him: Abu Hamza, how much dower did he the Holy Prophet give to her?
He granted her freedom and then married her. On the way Umm Sulaim embellished her and then sent her to him the Holy Prophet at night. Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him appeared as a bridegroom in the morning.
He who has anything to eat should bring that. Then the cloth was spread. A person came with cheese, another came with dates, and still another came with refined butter, and they prepared hais and that was the wedding feast of Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him. This hadith has been narrated through another chain of transmitters on the authority of Anas that Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him emancipated Safiyya, and her emancipation was treated as her wedding gift, and in the hadith transmitted by Mu'adh on the authority of his father the words are: Abu Musa reported that Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him said about one who emancipated a slave woman, and then married her, that for him there are two rewards.
Anas Allah be pleased with him reported: I was sitting behind Abu Talha on the Day of Khaibar and my feet touched the foot of Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him , and we came to the people of Khaibar when the sun had risen and they had driven out their cattle, and had themselves come out with their axes, large baskets and hatchets, and they said: Here come Muhammad and the army. Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him said: Verily when we get down in the valley of a people, evil is the morning of the warned ones al-Qur'an, xxxvii.
Allah, the Majestic and the Glorious, defeated them the inhabitants of Khaibar , and there fell to the lot of Dihya a beautiful girl, and Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him got her in exchange of seven heads, and then entrusted her to Umm Sulaim so that she might embellish her and prepare her for marriage with him. He had been under the impression that he had said that so that she might spend her period of 'Iddah in her Umm Sulaim's house.
The woman was Safiyya daughter of Huyayy. Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him arranged the wedding feast consisting of dates, cheese, and refined butter, and pits were dug and tiers were set in them dining cloths, and there was brought cheese and refined butter, and these were placed there.
And the people ate to their fill, and they said: We do not know whether he the Holy Prophet had married her as a free woman , or as a slave woman. They said: If he the Holy Prophet would make her wear the veil, then she would be a free married woman, and if he would not make her wear the veil, then she should be a slave woman. When he intended to ride, he made her wear the veil and she sat on the hind part of the camel; so they came to know that he had married her.
As they approached Medina, Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him drove his ride quickly and so we did. He the Holy Prophet stood up and covered her. May Allah keep away the Jewess! Aba Hamza, did Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him really fall down? Yes, by Allah, he in fact fell down. Anas said: I also saw the wedding feast of Zainab, and he the Holy Prophet served bread and meat to the people, and made them eat to their heart's content, and he the Holy Prophet sent me to call people, and as he was free from the ceremony he stood up and I followed him.
Two persons were left and they were busy in talking and did not get out of the apartment. He the Holy Prophet then proceeded towards the apartments of his wives. He greeted with as-Salamu 'alaikum to every one of them and said: Members of the household, how are you? Messenger of Allah, we are in good state 'How do you find your family?
He would say: In good state. When he was free from this work of exchanging greetings he came back, and I also came back along with him. And as he reached the door, he found that the two men were still busy in talking. And when they saw him having returned, they stood up and went out; and by Allah! I do not know whether I had informed him, or there was a revelation to him to the affect that they had gone. He the Holy Prophet then came back and I also returned along with him, and as he put his step on the threshold of his door he hung a curtain between me and him, and it was on this occasion that Allah revealed this verse: Anas, Allah be pleased with him reported: Safiyya Allah be pleased with her fell to the lot of Dihya in the spoils of war, and they praised her in the presence of Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him and said: We have not seen the like of her among the captives of war.
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He sent a messenger to Dihya and he gave him whatever he demanded. He then sent her to my mother and asked her to embellish her. Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him then got out of Khaibar until when he was on the other side of it, he halted, and a tent was pitched for him.
When it was morning Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him said: He who has surplus of provision with him should bring that to us. Some persons would bring the surplus of dates, and the other surplus of mush of barley until there became a heap of bals. They began to eat the hais and began to drink out of the pond which had the water of rainfall in it and which was situated by their side.
Anas said that that constituted the wedding feast of Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him. He further said: We proceeded until we saw the walls of Medina, and we were delighted. We made our mounts run quickly and Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him also made his mount run quickly. And Safiyya Allah be pleased with her was at his back, and Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him had seated her behind him. The camel of Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him stumbled and he the Holy Prophet fell down and she also fell down.
And none among the people was seeing him and her, until Allah's Messeuger may peace be upon him stood up and he covered her, and we came to him and he said: We have received no injury.
We entered Medina and there came out the young ladies of the household. They saw her hadrat Safiyya and blamed her for falling down. When the 'Iddah of Zainab was over, Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him said to Zaid to make a mention to her about him. Zaid went on until he came to her and she was fermenting her flour. He Zaid said: As I saw her I felt in my heart an idea of her greatness so much so that I could not see towards her simply for the fact that Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him had made a mention of her.
So I turned my back towards her. Zainab, Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him has sent me with a message to you. I do not do anything until I solicit the will of my Lord. So she stood at her place of worship and the verse of the Qur'an pertaining to her marriage were revealed, and Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him came to her without permission. I saw that Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him served us bread and meat until it was broad day light and the people went away, but some persons who were busy in con- versation stayed on in the house after the meal.
Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him also went out and I also followed him, and he began to visit the apartments of his wives greeting them with the words: As-Salamu 'alaikum, and they would say: Allah's Messenger, how did you find your family hadrat Zainab?
He the narrator stated: I do not know whether I had informed him that the people had gone out or he the Holy Prophet informed me about that. He moved on until he entered the apartment, and I also went and wanted to enter the apartment along with him, but he threw a curtain between me and him, as the verfes pertaining to seclusion had been revealed, and people were instructed in what they had been instructed.
Ibn Rafii had made this addition in his narration: What did he serve in the wedding feast? He Anas said: He fed them bread and meat so lavishly that they the guests abandoned it of their own accord after having taken them to their hearts' content.
Malik Allah be pleased with him reported: When Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him married Zainab bint jahsh, he invited people to the wedding feast and they ate food. They then sat there and entered into conversation. He the Holy Prophet made a stir as if he was preparing to stand up, but the persons busy in talking did not stand up. When he the Holy Prophet saw it, he stood up and when he did so, some other persons stood up. Three persons sat there, and Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him came there to enter the apartment but he found the people sitting there.
Then they stood up and went away. Then I came and informed Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him that they had gone away. He the Holy Prophet then came there until he entered the apartment. I also went and was about to enter, when he hung a curtain between me and him and it was on this occasion that Allah, the Exalted and Majestic, revealed this verse: I was the best informed among the people pertaining to Hijab veil and seclusion.
Ubayy b. Ka'b used to ask me about it. Anas Allah be pleased with him thus narrated: The Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him got up in the morning as a bridegroom of Zainab bint jahsh Allah be pleased witt her as he had married her at Medina.
He invited people to the wedding feast after the day had well risen. There sat Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him and there kept sitting along with him some persons after the people had stood up for departure ; then Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him stood up and walked on and I also walked along with him until he reached the door of the apartment of 'A'isha Allah be pleased with her.
He then thought that they those who had been sitting there after meal had gone away. So he returned and I also returned with him, but they were still sitting at their places. So he returned for the second time and I also returned until he reached the apartment of 'A'isha. He again returned and I also returned and they had by that time stood up, and he hung a curtain between me and him at the door of the apartment of Hadrat Zainab, where he had to stay , and Allah revealed the verse pertaining to veil.
Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him contracted marriage and he went to his wife. My mother Umm Sulaim prepared hais and placed it in an earthen vessel and said: Anas, take it to Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him and say: My mother has sent that to you and she offers greetings to you, and says that it is a humble gift for you on our behalf, Messenger of Allah.
So I went along with it to Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him and said: My mother offers you salutations, and says that it is a humble gift for you on our behalf. Place it here, and then said: Go and invite on my behalf so and so and anyone whom you meet, and he even named some persons.
I invited whom he had named and whom I met. I one of the narrators said: I said to Anas: How many persons were there? They were about three hundred persons. Then Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him said to me: Anas, bring that earthen vessel. They the guests then began to enter until the courtyard and the apartment were fully packed. Make a circle of ten guests , and every person should eat from that nearest to him. They began to eat, until they ate to their fill.
A group went out after eating the food , and another group came in until all of them had eaten. He the Holy Prophet said to me: Anas, lift it the earthen vessel , so I lifted it, but I could not assess whether it had more food when I placed it before Allah's Messenger or when I lifted it after the people had been served out of it.
A group among them the guests began to talk in the house of Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him and the Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him was sitting and his wife had been sitting with her face turned towards the wall.
It was troublesome for Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him , so Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him went out and greeted his wives. He then returned. When they the guests saw that Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him had returned they thought that it their overstay was something troublesome for him. They hastened towards the door and all of them went out.
And there came Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him and he hung a curtain and went in, and I was sitting in his apartment and he did not stay but for a short while. He then came to me and these verses were revealed. Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him came out and recited them to the people: Surely this gives the Prophet trouble", to the end of verse xxxiii.
Al-Ja'd said that Anas [b. Malik] stated: I am the first amongst the people to hear these verses , and henceforth the wives of the Apostle may peace be upon him began to observe seclusion al-hijab.
When Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him contracted marriage with Zainab Allah be pleased with bet , Umm Sulaim sent him hats in a vessel of stone as a gift.
Anas stated that Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him said to him: Go and invite on my behalf all the Muslims whom you meet. So I invited on his behalf everyone whom I met. They entered his house and they ate and went out. And Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him had kept his hand on the food, and he invoked blessing on that, and said whatever Allah wished him to say, and none whom I met was left uninvited. They ate to their fill and went out, but a group among them remained there and was engaged in lengthy discussion.
Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him felt shy of saying them anything. So he went out and left them in his house and Allah the Great and Majestic revealed this verse: But when you are invited, enter This is purer for your hearts and their hearts.
Ibn Umar Allah be pleased with him reported that Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him said: When any one of you is invited to a feast, he should attend it. Ibn 'Umar Allah be pleased with them reported Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him as saying: When any one of you is invited to a feast, he should accept. Ibn Umar Allah be pleased withthem reported Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him having said this: When any one of you is invited to a wedding feast, he should accept that.
Ibn Umar Allah be pleased with them reported Allah's Messenger may be upon him having said this: Accept the feast, when you are invited. Ibn Umar Allah be pleased with them reported Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him as saying: When any one of you invites his brother, he the latter should accept his wedding feast, or any other like it. Ibn 'Umar Allah be pleated with them reported Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him having said: He who is invited to a wedding feast or like it, he should accept it.
Umar Allah be pleased with them reported Allah's Messen- ger may peace be upon him as saying: Come to the feast, when you are invited. Nafil reported: I heard Abdullah b. Umar Allah be pleased with them narrating that Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him said: Accept the feast when you are invited to it.
And Abdullah b.
Umar used to come to the feast, whether it was a wedding feast or other than that, and he would come there even in the state of fasting. Ibn Umar Allah be pleased with them reported Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him having said: When you are invited to a feast even though it is the leg of the sheep, you should accept it. Jabir Allah be pleased with him reported that Allah's Messenger may peace he upon him said: When any one of you is invited to a feast, he should accept it.
He may eat if he likes, or he may abandon eating if he likes. Ibn Mathanni did not make mention of the word" feast". A hadith like this has been narrated on the authority of Abd Zubair with the same chain of transmitters. Abu Haraira Allah be pleased with him reported Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him as saying: If any one of you is invited, he should accept the invitation.
In case he is fasting, he should pray in order to bless the inmates of the house , and if he is not fasting he should eat. Abu Huraira Allah be pleased with him used to say: The worst kind of food is the wedding feast to which the rich are invited and the poor are ignored.
He who does not come to the feast, he in fact disobeys Allah and His Messenger may peace be upon him. Sufyan reported: I said to Zuhri: Abu Bakr, what does this hadith mean: He laughed and said: The food served in the feast given by the rich is not worst in itself. Sufyan said: My father was rich, so I felt disturbed when I heard this hadith, so I asked Zuhri who said: The worst kind of food is that served at the wedding feast.
The rest of the hadith is the same. A hadith like this has been narrated by Abu Huraira Allah be pleased with him through another chain of transmitters.
Abu Haraira Allah be pleased with him reported Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him as saying. The worst kind of food is at the wedding feast from which one who comes is turned away, and he who refuses it is invited, and he who did not accept the invitation disobeyed Allah and His Messenger may peace be upon him. There came the wife of Rifa'a to Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him and said: I was married to Rifa'a but he divorced me, making may divorce irrevocable.
Afterwards I married Abd al-Rahman b. Thereupon Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him smiled, and said: Do you wish to return to Rifa'a. You cannot do it until you have tasted his sweetness and he 'Abd al-Rahman has tasted your sweetness. Abu Bakr was at that time near him the Holy Prophet and Khalid b. Sa'id was at the door waiting for the permission to be granted to him to enter , He Khalid said; Abu Bakr, do you hear what she is saying loudly in the presence of Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him?
Afterwards she married Abd at-Rahman b. By Allah, all he possesses is like the fringe of a garment, and she took hold of the fringe of her garment. Thereupon Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him laughed and said: Perhaps you wish to return to Rifa'a, but you cannot do it until he has tasted your sweetness and you have tasted his sweetness.
Abu Bakr al-siddiq Allah be pleased with him was sitting at that time with Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him and Khalid b. Abu Bakr, why don't you scold her for what she is saying loudly in the presence of Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him?
She came to Allah's Apostle may peace he upon him and said: Messenger of Allah, Rifa'a has divorced me by three pronouncements. No, until he has tasted her sweetness. A hadith like this has been narrated on the authority of Hisham with the same chain of transmitters.
A person divorced his wife by three pronouncements; then another person married her and he also divorced her without having sexual intercourse with her. Then the first husband of her intended to remarry her. It was about such a case that Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him was asked, whereupon he said: No, until the second one has tasted her sweetness as the first one had tasted.
A hadith like this has been narrated on the same chain of transmitters by 'A'isha Allah be pleased with her.
Ibn" Abbas Allah be pleased with thern reported that Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him said: If anyone amongst you intends to go to his wife he should say: In the name of Allah,0 Allah protect us against Satan and keep away the Satan from the one that you have bestowed upon us, and if He has ordained a male child for them, Satan will never be able to do any harm to him.
This hadith is narrated through another chain of transmitters and there is no mention of the words " Bismillah" In the name of Allah in it. Jabir Allah be pleased with him declared that the Jews used to say: When a man has intercourse with his wife through the vagina but being on her back. Abdullah Allah be pleased with him reported that the Jews used to say that when one comes to one's wife through the vagina, but being on her back, and she becomes pregnant, the child has a squint.
So the verse came down: This hadith has been reported on the authority of Jabir through another chain of transmitters, but in the hadith transmitted on the authority of Zuhri there is an addition of these words: Abu Huraira Allah be pleased with him reported that Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him said: When a woman spends the night away from the bed of her husband, the angels curse her until morning.
This hadith has been narrated through the same chain of transmitters with a slight variation: Until she comes back. By Him in Whose Hand is my life, when a man calls his wife to his bed, and she does not respond, the One Who is in the heaven is displeased with her until he her husband is pleased with her.
Abu Huraira Allah he pleased with him reported Allah's Messenger may, peace be upon him as saying: When a man invites his wife to his bed and she does not come, and he the husband spends the sight being angry with her, the angels curse her until morning.
Abu Sa'id al-Khudri Allah he pleased with him reported that Allah's Messenger may peace be upoin him said: The most wicked among the people in the eye of Allah on the Day of judgment is the men who goes to his wife and she comes to him, and then he divulges her secret. Abu Sirma al-Khudri Allah he pleased with him reported Allah's Messen- ger may peace be upon him as saying: The most important of the trusts in the sight of Allah on the Day of judgment is that a man goes to his wife and she goes to him and the breach of this trust is that he should divulge her secret Ibn Numair narrates this hadith with a slight change of wording.
Yes, and added: We went out with Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him on the expedition to the Bi'l-Mustaliq and took captive some excellent Arab women; and we desired them, for we were suffering from the absence of our wives, but at the same time we also desired ransom for them. So we decided to have sexual intercourse with them but by observing 'azl Withdrawing the male sexual organ before emission of semen to avoid-conception.
But we said: We are doing an act whereas Allah's Messenger is amongst us; why not ask him? So we asked Allah's Mes- senger may peace be upon him , and he said: It does not matter if you do not do it, for every soul that is to be born up to the Day of Resurrection will be born. A hadith like this has been narrated on the authority of Habban with the same chain of transmitters but with this alteration that he said: Abu Sa'id al-Khudri Allah be pleased with him reported: We took women captives, and we wanted to do 'azl with them.
We then asked Allah's Messen- ger may peace be upon him about it, and he said to us: Verily you do it, verily you do it, verily you do it, but the soul which has to be born until the Day of judg- ment must be born.
Abu Sa'id al-Khudri Allah be pleased with him was asked if he had heard it himself , to which he said: I heard Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him as saying: There is no harm if you do not practise it, for it the birth of the child is something ordained by Allah.
This hadith is reported on the authority of Abu Sa'id with the same chain of transmitters but with a slight variation of words. Abu Sa'id al-Khudri Allah be pleased with him reported that Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him was asked about 'azl, whereupon he said: There is no harm if you do not do that, for it the birth of the child is something ordained. Muhammad one of the narrators said: The words La 'alaykum there is no harm implies its Prohibition.
Abu Sa'id al-Khudri Allah be pleased with him reported that mention was made of 'azl in the presence of Allah's Apostle may peace be upon him whereupon he said: Why do you practise it? There is a man whose wife has to suckle the child, and if that person has a sexual intercourse with her she may conceive which he does not like, and there is another person who has a slave-girl and he has a sexual intercourse with her, but he does not like her to have conception so that she may not become Umm Walad, whereupon he the Holy Prophet said: There is no harm if you do not do that, for that the birth of the child is something pre- ordained.
There is no owner of sheep who does not do what he is obliged to concerning them, but they will come on the Day of Resurrection, as great in number as they ever were, and he will sit for them on a vast plain, and they will gore him with their horns and trample them with their feet, and there will not be among them any that is hornless or that has broken horns. When it approaches him he will flee from it, and it will be called out to him, 'Take your wealth that you used to hide, for I have no need of it.
The Book Of Zakiit 33 1I put his hand in its mouth and it will bite it like a male camel. Abfl Az-Zubair one of the - - narrators said: I heard 'Ubaid bin 'Umair say: J IL- L! He will be fleeing from it and it will be said: Chapter 8.
Who are they? It was narrated that Abfl Dharr said: The Messenger of Allah said to me: Then we walked on, and he said: I said: He said: Whoever among your Ummah dies not associating anything with Allah will enter Paradise.
I thought that he did not want anyone to walk with him, so I started walking in the shade, away from the moonlight, then he turned and saw me, and said: JV4 surrounded by rocks, and said to me: Then I heard him as he was coming back, saying: To whom were you speaking at the edge of the Harrah?
I did not hear anyone responding to you. Yes, and even if he drinks alcohol. I arrived in Al-Madinah, and while I was in a circle that included some leaders of the Quraish, a man came with coarse clothes, a coarse body and a coarse face.
He turned and left, and I followed him until he sat down by a pillar.
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It was narrated that A]-Ahnaf bin Qais said: JLs of that diminishes due to the: J night and the day. This is what Abfl Hurairah narrated to us from the Messenger of Allah - and he mentioned a number of AhadIth, including the following: Allah said to me: Spend, and I shall spend on you.
Do you not see what He has spent since He created the heavens and the earth, but what is in His Right Hand is not diminished.
It is said that its meaning is death, and it is said that it is an expression that refers to the decrees of what will be provided , since in another narration it is: JLai i Li - said: It is sufficient sin for a man to withhold provision of food LL from the one whose provision he controls.
JU t ' Chapter J 6 yL- wealth? JL 'Who will download him from me? JU j Ut: Ji bought him for eight hundred: JUi Dirham. The Messenger of Allah brought the money and gave , it to him, then he said: If there is anything left l 2Li: J over, then give to your family. If there is anything left o'e' your family, then give to your relatives.
If there is anything left over from your relatives, then Spend it ike this and like this," That is, he agreed to set free his slave through the practice of TadbIr. The Book Of Zaltht 45 1I meaning in front of you and to your right and to your left. Chapter The Messenger of Allah used to enter it and drink of fresh water there.
Dispose of it, 0 Messenger of Allah, as you wish. That is a profitable deal, that is a profitable deal. I have heard what you say, and I think that you should share it among your relatives. It was narrated that Anas said: Go to him and ask him if it will be sufficient for me to give it to you , otherwise I will give it to someone else.
We felt too shy to speak to the Messenger of Allah. Will it be sufficient for them to give charity to their husbands and to the orphans who are under their SI L care? But do not tell him who we are. The reward for upholding ties of kinship and the reward for giving charity.
She said: A similar report as 0 no. All "If a Muslim spends on his family, seeking reward for that with Allah, then it will be charity on his part. ZJI  It was narrated from Shu'bah a HadIth similar to no. JU - 50 I consulted the Messenger of Allah and said: JU your mother. I think that if she: Will she have any reward if I give charity on her behalf? They offer Salat as we offer Salat and they fast as we fast, but they give charity from their surplus wealth.
Every TasbIzah is a charity, every TakbIrah is a charity, every TajmIdah is a charity, every TahlIlah is a charity, enjoining what is good is a charity, forbidding what is evil is a charity, and the intimacy of one of you with his wife is a charity.
Similarly, if he does it in a lawful manner, he will be rewarded for it. And he said: Shu'bah narrated a similar HadIth as no. Helping a man onto his mount or lifting up his luggage onto it is a charity.
A good word is charity. The Book Of Zaltht 55 Every step that you take walking to prayer is a charity. Removing a harmful thing from the road is a L charity. LiIj [ 57 - It was narrated that Abfl Hurairah [said]: Messenger of Allahiij say: If you had come to us yesterday we would have accepted it, but now I have no need of it," and he will not find anyone to: J L JL L accept it.
And a man will be seen being followed by forty women seeking his protection, because there will be so few men and so many women. A man will be called to it and he will say: The murderer will come and will say: I 'r 1rf. It was narrated from Suhail with this chain a similar Hadith as no.
In the Ijaditli of Rawb it says: Allah has enjoined upon the believers that which He has enjoined upon the Messengers. He says: Eat of the Tayyibat [the lawful] and do righteous deeds. Verily, I am Well-Acquainted with what you do",11 and He says: Eat of the lawful things that We have provided you with The Book Of Zaith' 60 Chapter He will look to his right and will not see anything but what he had sent on before, and he will look to his left and will not see anything but what he had sent on before, and he will look in front of him and will not sec anything but the Fire, right in front of his face.
So protect yourselves from the Fire, even if it is with half a date. Then he said: Most of them, if not all of them, were from Mudar. The expression of the Messenger of Allah j changed because of what he saw in them of poverty. He prayed, then he addressed the people and said: Be dutiful to your Lord, Who created you from a single person Adam Fear Allah and keep your duty to Him. And let every person look to what he has sent forth for the morrow.
JLr And whoever sets a bad precedent in Islam will bear the burden of sin for that, and the burden of those who do it after him, without that detracting from their burden in the slightest. Al-Mundhir bin Jarlr narrated that his father said: It was narrated from Al-Mundhir bin JarIr that his father said: In it he said: Be dutiful to your Lord He saw the bad state they were in, and that they were in need The hypocrites said: The Book Of Zaltht 65 Those who defame such of the believers who give charity voluntarily, and such who could not find to give charity except what is available to them It was narrated from Shu'bah with this chain a similar HadIth as no.
When he wants to give in charity, it becomes expanded: But when the miser wants to spend, it contracts for him and: J each ring grips its place, but for ; the giver it expands until it covers ;-; J; his fingertips and erases his footsteps. Every time the giver gives charity, it expands for him until it covers his fingertips and erases his footsteps.
But every time the miser tries to give charity, it contracts and every ring grips its place. Every time the giver thinks of giving charity, it expands for him until it erases his footsteps.
But when the miser thinks of giving charity, it contracts and presses his hands against his collarbone, and each ring clings to its place. The next morning they said: J charity to a prostitute. The next morning, they said: Ji for a rich man.
I am going to give charity again. As for the prostitute, perhaps it will be the cause of her refraining from fornication; as for the rich man, perhaps he will learn a lesson and spend from that which Allah has given him; and as for the thief, perhaps it will be the cause of his refraining from stealing. One who stores something. It was narrated that 'Ai. What A Slave.
My master found out about that and beat me. I went to the Messenger of Allah and told him about that and he summoned him and said: Whoever was one of the people of charity will be called from the gate of charity.
A similar HadIth no. The Messenger of Allah iiA said: Is there any sin on me if I spend from what is given to me? Do not put it off until your soul reaches the throat and you say: Give charity when you are healthy and inclined to be stingy, fearing poverty and hoping to live, and do not put it off until your soul reaches the throat and you say: A HadIth similar as no.
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And start with those who are under your care. And the upper hand is better than the lower hand. Ji LL what you need to live on.
Start with those who are under your i: I heard the Messenger of Allah say: If I give to someone willingly, it will be blessed for him, but if I give to someone because he asked for it and was greedy, he will be like the one who eats but is not satisfied. I am just the distributor, and it is Allah Who gives. Rather the poor person is the one who refrains from asking. They do not beg of people at all J4 I,j. And the upper hand is better than the lower hand, and start with those who are under your care.
Tell us on what basis we should pledge allegiance to you? The One For 41 J. A man who has incurred a debt in order to reconcile between two parties , for whom it is permissible to ask for help until he has paid it off, then he should refrain; a man who has been stricken by a calamity that has destroyed all his wealth, for whom it is permissible to ask for help until he gets enough to get by' - or he said - 'he gets enough to meet his basic needs; and a man who is stricken by poverty and three men of wisdom among his people acknowledge that So- and-so has been stricken by poverty, then it becomes permissible for him to ask for help until he gets enough to get by' - or he said- 'to meet his basic needs.
Whatever of this wealth comes to you when you are not hoping for it or asking for it, take it, otherwise do not follow after it. Whatever comes to you of this wealth when you are not hoping for it or asking for it, take it, otherwise do not hanker after it. If you are given something without asking for it, then take it and give charity. It was narrated that Ibn As-Sa'dI said: Love '? A long life and JL wealth. Desire for wealth, and desire for a long life. It was narrated from Anas that the Prophet of Allah said JU the one who repents.
It was narrated that Ana: It was narrated from 11at the Messenger of Allah said: And Allah accepts the repentance of the one who repents. T JJ 'Richness is not abundance of yJ worldly goods, rather richness is ; richness of the heart. Everything that grows in the spring may either kill or make the animals sick, except if an animal eats its fill of greenery; it eats, then when its flanks are stretched, it turns to face the sun and defecates or urinates, then it chews its cud, then it comes back and eats more.
Whoever acquires wealth lawfully, it will be blessed for him, but whoever takes wealth unlawfully, he is like the one who eats and is never satisfied. It was narrated. J4J L i: IiU 1JI of Allah, does good produce evil? Everything that: This wealth is fresh and sweet. Whoever acquires it lawfully, and spends it lawfully, what a good help he is, but whoever acquires it unlawfully will be like the one who eats and is never satisfied.
Why do you speak to the Messenger of Allah when he does not speak to you? J ' J; ft -" 0' praising him. Everything that grows in the - Ws: What a good companion he is to the Muslim who gives it to the poor, orphans and wayfarers. Whoever acquires it unlawfully is like the one who eats and is not satisfied, and it will be a witness against him on the Day of Resurrection.
A similar report as Ls-1L. Giving To Those ZiiJj. The Messenger of Allah - 5 iLi t shared out some wealth and I -: Order that I be given some of the wealth of Allah that is with you! Makhramah said: It was narrated that A-Mswar bin Makramah said: Giving To One For 4A. I went to the Messenger of Allah and whispered to him: By Allah, I think that he is a believer.
A HadIth similar to that of Salib no. Giving To Those U c. When they had gathered, he came to them and addressed them, and said: Does it not please you that jhe people are leaving with the wealth while you are leaving with the Messenger of Allah? By Allah, what you are returning with is better than what they are returning with. It was narrated from ti JU to me; he said: JLi4 said: JU [ L L 'U They said: Jli ". J sister of ours. Uc sister of a people is one of them. JUi Then he said: Does it not please you that the people are going back with worldly gains, and you are going back to your 3 L houses with the Messenger of 5- Allah?
J They fled from him -r until he was left on his own. On - -- - - - that day he gave two calls, with nothing in between them. A3 -' - turned to his right and said: Be of good cheer, for we are with you. Be laJ Lc' l -. Ji -- of good cheer, for we are with you. Ji tJ. They lined up their cavalry, then the infantry, then the women behind them, then the sheep, then the other livestock. Our cavalry scattered behind our backs, and we could hardly stand firm when we were exposed by our cavalry.
The Bedouin and those whom we know among the people fled, and the Messenger of Allah called oi.: We seized that wealth, then we set off towards At-Ta'if, which we besieged for forty days. Then we went back to Makkah and stayed there, and the Messenger of Allah k, started to give some men one hundred [camels].
The Messenger of Allah stood up and addressed them; he praised and glorified Allah, then he said: Were you not destitute, then Allah made you rich through me? Were you not divided, then Allah united you through me?
After I am gone you are going to see others being preferred to you, but be patient until you meet me at the Cistern. A man said: His face changed until it was like blood, then he said: Ji L Chapter Who will be fair if I am not fair?
I will be doomed and lost if I am not fair. The Quraish got angry and said: Would He trust me with the people of earth but you do not trust me? They will kill the people of Islam and leave the idol-worshippers alone.
They will pass through Islam as an arrow passes through the prey. If I live to see them, then I will certainly kill them like 'Ad. He distributed it among four men: One of his Companions said: Am I not the one who should fear Allah the most among the people of earth?
They will pass out of the religion as an arrow passes out of the prey. There will emerge from the progeny of this man people who recite the Book of Allah fluently. They will pass out of Islam like an arrow passes out of the prey, then the archer looks at his arrow, at its tip and at its end, and at its notch, wondering whether there are any traces of blood on it. They will pass out of Islam as an arrow passes out of the prey, and he the archer looks at the tip of it and there is nothing on it, then he looks at the sinews which tie the arrowhead to the shaft and there is nothing on them, then he looks at its base and there is nothing on it, then he looks at its feathers and there is nothing on them, because it has gone too fast to be smeared with excrement or blood.
Their sign will be a black man, one of whose upper arms will be like a woman's breast, or like a piece of quivering flesh.
They will emerge when there is division among the people. He ordered that this man be sought, and he was found and brought, and I looked at him and saw that he was just as the Messenger of Allah had described him. It was narrated L13 ti. CJ Ummah at a time of division - 3 , among the Muslims, and they will j4t: J J be killed by the group that is closer to the truth.
But if I speak between you and I, then war is deceit. I heard the Messenger of Allah ji say: If you encounter them, then kill them, for killing them brings to the one who kills them reward with Allah on the Day of Resurrection.
It was narrated from Al-A'mash with this chain a Ijadliji similar to no. If you would exercise restraint, I would tell you what Allah promised on the tongue of Muhammad to those who kill them. It was narrated that 'Abldah said: They will recite the Qurn, thinking that it is in their faor. They will l SS out of Islam as an arrow passes out of the prey. The sign of that is that among them there is a man who has an upper arm but no forearm, and the end of his upper arm is like a nipple with white hairs.
I believe that th. So march forth, in the Name of Allah. They said: The Messenger of Allah described some people, and I recognize their characteristics in these people. Among them will be a black man, one of whose arms is like the teat of a sheep' or 'a nipple.
He told them: Bukair said: They will pass out of the religion as an arrow passes out of the prey, then they will not return to it. They are the most evil of mankind and of all creation. It was narrated from Sahl bin Hunaif that the Prophet said: Don't you know that we do not consume charity?
It was narrated from Shu'bah with this chain a similar IjadIth as no. It was narrated from Anas that the Prophet found a date and said: By Allah, when you became the son- in-law of the Messenger of Allah we did not feel jealous of you. He took hold of U: JU our ears then said: Each of us urged the other to speak, then one of us spoke and said: We have reached the age of marriage, and we have come so that you might appoint us in charge of some of this charity, so that we may do for you what the people do, and get what they get.
And he said to Mahmiyah: And he said in it: It was narrated that 'AiJiah [may Allah be pleased with her] said: The people used to give her charity, and she would give it to us as gifts.
I mentioned that to the Prophet and he said: A similar report was narrated from 'Aishah, from the Prophet i. It was narrated that Umm 'Atiyyah said: When the Messenger of Allah came to 'Aihah he said: If it was said that it was a gift, he would eat from it, but if it was said that it was charity, he would not eat from it. JUi  It was narrated from: J2 4 Chapter Means may Allah be pleased with both of them; Meaning In Arabic language plural form are of two kinds 1 when they are 2 and more than two.
Here the expression is used for both 'Umar and his son both of them being Companions. It was narrated that Ibn 'Umar [may Allah be pleased with them] said: It was narrated L L t1: If it is cloudy, then count it. Ibn 'Umar [may Allah be pleased with them] said: J 'Uqbah said: Ibn 'Umar [may Allah be pleased with them] narrated that the Prophet said: The month is like this, and like this, and like this," and he tucked away his thumb the: It was narrated from Al-Aswad bin Qais with this chain a Hadith similar to no.
It was narrated that Sa'd bin 'Ubaidah said: Do Not Start I,,. Chapter 4. Az- ZuhrI said: He started with me. He came out to us after twenty-nine days and we said: Ao —O [r] Salamah [may Allah be pleased with her] narrated that the L- Prophet swore that he would not enter upon some of his wives: J for a month.
When twenty-nine tL LL days had passed, he came to them in the morning - or in the evening - and it was said to him: J 3t3i: UI E, It t. Z Allah 4N struck one hand against: Ji [ ] time. It was narrated from Muhammad bin Sa'd, from his father ,that the Prophet L: JU iH L ii. Chapter 5. JU- said: Clarifying That It '1 41 ,L 4jt. Some of the people said: The Book Of Fasting Chapter 8. It was narrated that Sahl bin Sa'd [may Allah be pleased with him] said: Then after that, Allah revealed: The Book Of Fasting P6.
J Allah be pleased with him] that the Messenger of Allah said: J , 3  38 It was narrated ti1. J climb up. The Book Of Fasting r4  A HadIth similar to that of Ibn Numair no. It was narrated that Samurah bin Jundab [may Allah be pleased with them] said: Samurah bin Jundab [may Allah be pleased with them] narrated in a Khutbah that the Prophet said: Samurah bin Jundab otI.
One of them hastens to pray Maghrib and break the fast, and the other delays Maghrib LL - J jfl and breaking the fast. Jti used to do it.
When the sun set he said: The Prophet drank some, then he said, gesturing with his hand: It is to mix something with something else. And the meaning here is to mix SawIq with water. The Book Of Fasting p6wall iat them] said: When the sun set, he said: I Fasting more than one day without breaking the fast at night. He told them not to do that and it was said to him: A man among the Muslims said: During the night my Lord feeds me and gives me to drink.
It was narrated 5 1-, Messenger of Allah. IJJL me and gives me to drink.If I knew that someone was more knowledgeable than myself, I would travel and go to him. Do what the pilgrims do, but do not circumambulate the House until you have purified yourself. Abil Talib said to a person: He used to fast one day and not the next. She would go to that skin in which she used to give ghee to the Prophet and would find some ghee in it.
Don't be hasty in your religious verdict , Ibn 'Abbas, for Allah's Messenger may peace be upon him on the Day of Khaibar prohibited for ever the doing of it-And eating of the flesh of domestic asses. So he did not see Sauda at all. And the Messenger of Allah kRi, said: