Did musab ibn umayr narrate any hadith?
No it does not say in the quran or any hadith
Abswer A (sunni view) Farooq e Azam meanig The Distinguisher. Answer B (shia view) prophet did not give any especial name to him and The Hadith saying there is no leaf unless it is written on it Abubakr Seddiq and Umar Farooq is not considered authentic according to shia scholars. this is Hadith is considered a fabricated Hadith by Ali Ibn Jamil Reqqi. Tabarani has mentioned this Hadith and said this is a fake Hadith… Read More
You may narrate it in any viewpoint you wish. Most authors use third person because first and third are quite tricky to write properly.
According to Shia Islam Hadith is saying of any of the fourteen infallibles and according to Sunni Islam Hadith is saying of only Messenger of God Muhammad SAWW.
Narration is a noun and doesn't have any tenses. The verb form is narrate, which is also present tense.
Why hadith is not collected in the time of Prophet Muhammad sh and Is it wrong if you crosscheck hadith with Quran?
The reason was to avoid any confusion, mixing, or doubt about the authenticity of Quran verses that were collected, written, memorised by heart immediately upon their revelation by God to prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Cross checking Hadith meaning/teachings with Quran is not wrong as if it happens to contradict, then this is a good evidence that the Hadith is false one and that it is not truly narrated from the prophet (PBUH).
Any person that studies the Qur'an and Hadith will realise the importance of Islam.
If the hadith is authentic enough and reliable in the Rijal scholars' point of view then yes, any hadith that have been narrated from the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) or Imams or companions are considered as traditions or Sunna , but since both Shia and Sunni agree that there are dozens of fabricated and unreliable hadith even within the authentic resources, then one can not interpret just any hadith to be the Sunna. additionally it has… Read More
The Quran does not promise martyrs 72 virgins in heaven. It does mention companions, houri, to all people—martyr or not—in heaven, but no number is specified. The source for the 72 virgins is a hadith in Sunan al-Tirmidhi by Imam Tirmidhi.
The Muslims read the holy Qur'an, the Hadith and other religious literature. They may read any kind of literature of any origon and any laguage.
In APA format, much like MLA, when citing any sources used, if you desire to cite the Hadith, then you must treat is exactly like a book. Include the title and author, and for publication dates simply use a rough era estimation.
Read the hadith and apply it to your life as how you think it will/might benefit the community.
There is no such punishment described, either in the Qur'an or the Hadith. Any such punishments have no basis, though the recommendation to wear it should not be undermined.
While Shab-e-barat (شب برات) is a Persian term, it does have an Arabic equivalent (ليلة البراءة). This special night has no references in the Qur'an and comes purely out of the Hadith. Hadiths supporting this come from Ibn Hajar Haythami and Ibn Hanbal.
You can use any narrative viewpoint you want to use -- most authors use third person because first and third are quite tricky to write properly.
Yes, At all connected Qur'an & Sariah. If any one read Qur'an & Hadith Carefully he also known how to convene sariah.
any type of writing can tell a story. Its your thoughts and ideas in written form that tell a story. Narrative - the purpose of narration is to tell a story or to narrate an event or series of events
Answer 1 Better give a known name to your chldren. It is doubtful. Answer 2 Ashaz is not in the Qur'an, if that is the question. Several Islamic sites claim that it is derived from the Hadith, but none provide an accurate citation to any particular hadith. It is likely that this is a name that developed in South Asia in the centuries following the Islamic Conquest of the Indus River Valley.
Muslims had written thousands of books covering all science fields including mathematics, astronomy, medicine, physics, optics, geography, philosophy, ... etc. However; from the religious point of view; the most important reference books are: The holy book Quran that reflects real God word revelations to prophet Muhammad; peace be upon him; through the angel Gabriel (or Jibril) The Hadith (prophet Muhammad sayings and practices) books as AlBukhari and other Hadith collection books. Answer 2 According to… Read More
The name of hazrat Yousaf's wife is not mentioned in the Qur'an. The woman who tried to lure him is said to be Zuleikha. Niether Qur'an nor Hadith in any way clearly indicate the Hazrat Yousaf married her when she was a widow. In the Bible, the woman Joseph married was named Asenath. Coptic Bibles translate her name in Arabic as: Asnaat (أسنات). The Qur'an and Hadith do not mention Asenath.
No, there is not. The Shi'ite and Sunni communities may interpret the Qur'an differently via their differing collections of Hadith but they both regard the Qur'an as the 'Word of God.'
When you recite the Holly Qur'an - there are 7 divisions, any can be followed. When you are practicing Islam - there are 4 divisions, any can be followed. But we can't tell these are division of the Holly Qur'an - rather it is division of all Islamic teaching (comprising the Holly Qur'an, Hadith, Izma and Qius).
Answer 1 The Quran and Hadith are most important two sources of the Islamic law (or Shariaa). Quran is the Muslims holy book that reflects real Allah (or God and same God worshiped in Christianity and Judaism) words revelation to prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) through the angel Jibril (or Gabriel). The word revelations are in Arabic that is still a live language. Refer to related questions below. Hadith reflects prophet Muhammad (peace be… Read More
Hinduism does not have any specific 'guidelines'/'redlines' about women's rights and are not overtly protective of them in the way hadith is for example. so the answer to your question depends on the practices of the society you are in ! --vivek.
There are not any three important people in Islam. Allah/God is important, and so is his last prophet, Muhammad PBUH. After, that, according to a hadith (saying of the Prophet) comes your mother. Then your mother. Then your mother again. And finally your father
Holy Quran is with words / teachings direct from Almighty Allah and Hadith is the words / teachings of Prophet Muhammed ( Peace be upon him) - The Holy Quran teachings were revealed / inspired through Muhammed (Pbuh) through the Angel Jebriel and through his dreams. Based on Holy Quran Prophet Muhammed ( Pbuh) has his own comments / teachings not separate from Holy Quran. This is known as Hadith. Answer 1 Sunni view. Hadith… Read More
In fact, Umrah is called Hajj-i-Asghar and the annual Hajj in Zil Hijja is called Hajj-i-Akbar. It is commonly, without any authentic Hadith, said that the annual Hajj on 9th of Zil Hijja if falls on Friday is called hajj-i-Akbar.
It depends entirely on perspective. Islam is not a monolith and has many different sects (Sunni, Shiite, Ibadi, Khariji, Ahmadi, etc.) that within them have many different schools (Maliki, Hanafi, Hanbali, Shafi'i, Ja'afari, etc.) and different bases of interpretation (some use XYZ hadith, some use YZ hadith, some use TX hadith, etc.). Furthermore, there is a question of conservatism and liberalism. How conservative should a person be in interpreting the law? Where is a person… Read More
Narrated Abu Huraira The Prophet(PBUH) said, "The part of an Izar which hangs below the ankles is in the Fire." (Sahih Bukhari, Vol. 7, Hadith no. 678) In Another hadith, Narrated by Abu Huraira Allah's Messenger (PUBH) said, "Allah will not look, on the Day of Resurrection, at a person who drags his Izar (behind him) out of pride and arrogance." (Sahih Bukhari, Vol. 7, Hadith no. 5788) In the Hadith quoted above, there is… Read More
Shab e brat is persian term not mentioned in Quran. While Shab-e-barat (شب برات) is a Persian term, it does have an Arabic equivalent (ليلة البراءة). This special night has no references in the Qur'an and comes purely out of the Hadith.
Which Muslim leader ordered the writing of the Qur'an - a collection of Muhammad's prayers and teachings?
It is important to note that the Qur'an is not any of the things that you use to define it. It is certainly not a collection of Mohammed's prayers, which are entirely derived from the Hadith and the Sirat An-Nabi (Biography of the Prophet). The Hadith were stories of Mohammed's life that were compiled a few generations later by the eminent scholars of the day and depending on which scholar you choose (Abu Hanifa, Hanbali… Read More
HE USED TO PAYRANSOM TO BUY PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN SIKHS AND MUSLIMS HE WAS STOPPING SIKH SANGAT NOT TO GO DARBAR SAHIB ON DIWALI BECAUSE DIWAN LAKHPAT RAI HAD ORDERED THAT ANY SIKH GOING TO DARBAR SAHIB WILL BE KILLED IN THIS WAY HE WAS TRYING TO HELP SIKHS TO SAVE THIER LIVES
A Qur'anist is someone who believes that the Qur'an is the only source of Islamic Law and that any other documents, such as the Hadith or the Biography of the Prophet, have little to no weight in determining Islamic Law. This is very similar to the idea of "solo scriptorum" in Protestant Christianity, which is not found elsewhere in Islam and considered heretical to most Muslims.
because he is a role model and Muslims enjoy him teaching them _______________________________________________________ Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is a good model for all aspects of life and his conduct and character are ideal for any Muslim to follow. The hadith (sayings and practices of prophet Muhammad; peace be upon him) deals with all aspects of life (family, parents, children, marriage, divorce, shopping, morals, ritual worships, treaties, borrowing and lending, clothing, eating, ... etc)… Read More
As a simple question, No for the majority and Yes for the minority of people who do consider Islam to be a religion of hate. However, Muslims certainly do not accept that title and neither do most religious scholars. Islam also has a number of doctrines designed to increase social interaction and minimize hatred between different elements of society. So, while there are those who argue that Islam promotes hatred, this is incorrect.
The Importance of Hadith in Islam The two fundamental sources of Islam are the Qur'an (the word of God) and the Sunnah (the example) of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him). By Sunnah, we mean the actions, sayings and silent permissions (or disapprovals) of the Prophet. The word "Sunnah" is also used to refer to religious duties that are optional. Here, we are concerned with Sunnah in the sense of the recorded sayings… Read More
Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) Has Not told Any Body Or To Even Enemies About Islam Until Quran Surat Was Made Until Allahs Permission Was Granted To Talk About It. After The Permission Was Granted He Never Talked About Unlogical Things Only Logical That Was In A Surat. He Didn't Force Or used any kind of Magic to turn people in to muslims. Quran shareef says only to follow whats in the quran not in any other… Read More
The Sunnah or Hadith consists of the teachings, sayings, and actions of Prophet Muhammad. This information was meticulously reported and collected by his Companions. It is essentially an elaboration of the Qur'anic verses that shows how they are to be implemented in one's daily life ALLthe true Muslims agree about that http://islamdoor.com
I don't find answer to this question, explicitly or implicitly, in neither the Quran nor the Hadith (Prophet Mohamed sayings). I don't believe in any other answer to this question unless refers to at least one these two sources: Quran and Prophet sayings. Talal answers : please refer to my answer on the same topic. ( )
The protagonist of The Great Gatsby is, as the title suggests, Gatsby himself. Despite Nick's role as the narrator of the story, he is very much in the background of the plot and does not affect the action of the novel in any way. Nick's purpose is to narrate. There is very little difference between Fitzgerald's role as the story teller and Nick's as the narrator. Gatsby, however, is not only the subject of the… Read More
The question hinges on the words "teachings of the Prophet Muhammad". You are likely looking for the QUR'AN, which is the Islamic Holy Book, but Muslims will argue that these teachings are God's teachings with Muhammad serving only as a communication-device. In this view, the Qur'an cannot be Muhammad's teachings as they have nothing to do with his thoughts on any matter. If you are specifically interested in books containing Muhammad's personal teachings, I would… Read More
All sexual activities unless proved to be prohibited in Quran and Hadith are allowed in Islam. There is not a single verse of the Quran or any known hadith of the Prophet(saw) banning oral sex ( licking vagina being a part of it ). There is no Islamic text that forbids the sucking of a wife's breasts. The Malikis allow licking the vagina (farj) stating that there is no harm in it and it is… Read More
God created only male and females. There are no 'inbetweens'. Males are to dress and act as males and females should dress and act as females... And Allah Knows Best. What do i know that Allah did created that kind of people, they called Kunza. they will be a man for a few month and women after. there's a Hadith about it, please check.
don't know if the government does or not but I do but I just don't know what that plant is called in English. its a very tiny black seed that has the power to cure any disease except death. it was told about in a hadith ( saying of the prophet Muhammad) all you do is take a pinch of that seed everyday. I know u people don't believe me but as soon as a… Read More
Jews and Christians get along well as seen in the USA and Israel today. However, the teachings of Islam via the Saudi textbooks and some of the Koran and Hadith verses make it quite plain that both Jews and Christians are hated by many in Islam. The final vision for most Muslims is a world with only Muslims: Here is just one writing illustrating the intolerance of Mohammed and the Muslim movement toward the Jews… Read More
A: When challenged by skeptics, the hadith record that Muhammad denied being able to perform any miracles. He admitted that although other prophets before him were given the power of performing miracles, his only miracle was the Qur'an. The Qur'an itself contains many surah that justify the non-performance of miracles in Muhammad's time. Nevertheless, miracles such as the "Moon splitting miracle" are widely believed by Muslims.
"I swear by Allah, in Whose power is my life, there is not a single person who prays five times a day, fasts during the month of Ramadhan and abstains from sins that the gates of Paradise will not be opened for him." "If you shun the Greater Sins which you are forbidden, We will do away with your smaller sins and cause you to enter an honourable place of entering." (Surah an-NisÄ 4: 31)… Read More
A comic strip is usually composed of a single panel or 3 to 4 panels to get the "gag" across . These strips are mostly humorous or satirical . In contrast a comic book will normally have 32 pages with any number of panels to narrate a story line germane to the title . The comic book will develop the plot and the personalities of the main characters and antagonists . Comic strips will be… Read More
Absolutely not! they are different from all aspects. Sunnis never abuse any Sahabi. instead Kharji are nearest to Shiah (who abuses all sahaba except some) and Kharji do the same for Most of Sahaba including Hazrat Ali and Hazrat Muawia and their base is Hadith " One who pick arm agaist Muslim ( to kill ) is not from us" So they believe that Hazrat Ali and Hazrat Muawia both were (nauzubillah) out of Islam.