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Virtues of sending blessing and sending greetings of peace

Source : Ahlus-Sunna / 11 Apr 2014

Hadith 1

Abu Talhah (رضي الله عنه) narrated assigning it to his father:


The isolated hadith (AL-Khabar AL-Wahid)

By Ibn Saad / Seeking Ilm / 02 Apr 2014

Unlike the Mu’tazilah, the Ahlus-Sunnah accepts the lone-narrated reports that are authentic. ‘Alī Al-Qāri records the ijmā’ of the Sahābah and Tābi’īs on this point (Sharh, 209).


Commentary on the Hadith of Shaytan Eating with His Left Hand

By Bilal Ali / Ilm Gate / 27 Mar 2014 

برنامالكأخبرناابنشهابعنأبيبكر  بنعبيداللهعنعبداللهبنعمرأنرسولاللهصلىاللهعليهوسلمقال: إذاأكل  أحدكمفليأكلبيمينهوليشرب  بيمينهفإنالشيطان  يأكلبشمالهويشرببشماله

قالمحمد: وبهنأخذ. لاينبغيأنيأكلبشمالهولايشرببشمالهإلامنعلة


Isn't acting on weak hadiths an innovation?

Source: Spa. Qibla /22 Mar 2014/em>


Why  did the scholars who follow madhab allow acting on weak hadith? Isn't this a gross innovation?


Smile! It's sunnah

Source : Islam Web / 08 Mar 2014

The magical effect that a smile has on others is well-known. Allaah The Almighty created mankind with an innate inclination to love those who are friendly. A person who meets others with a smile drives away their anxiety and troubles and spreads tranquility and comfort. This is because smiling is a commendable characteristic, and the one who smiles is complimented.


Musafahah with Both Hands

By Mawlana Muhammad Yunus Jonpuri / 04 Mar 2014

Musafahah literally means to join a hand with another hand. This can be done with both hands or with just one.

Those who claim that it is sunnah to do musafahah with one hand should themselves produce a hadith in which [doing musafahah with] one hand is clearly mentioned. In fact, this is not enough. They should additionally prove that there exists a prohibition of performing musafahah with both hands. Without these two things, their claim cannot be substantiated.


Number 7 in the Prophetic narrations

Source : Islamweb / 26 Feb 2014

Number 7 is also very frequent in the Prophetic narrations. Take for example the narration in which the Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, defined the number of major sins to be seven.

The Prophet, sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam, said: "Avoid the seven great destructive sins." (Al-Bukhaari and Muslim)


Importance of Seeking Knowledge

Source : New Muslims / 12 Feb 2014

No other religion or institution gives as much importance to knowledge as the religion of Islam.  The religion has made seeking knowledge incumbent upon all Muslims and has deemed that not doing so as a sin.  The Prophet, may Allah praise him, said in an authentic narration (hadeeth):

“Seeking knowledge is an obligation upon every Muslim.” (Al-Tirmidhi)


Forgiveness in the Quran and Sunnah

By Abu Amina Elias / 24 Jan 2014

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

Allah the Exalted said:


Let them pardon and overlook. Would you not love for Allah to forgive you? Allah is Forgiving and Merciful.


The door of mercy is opened for those who supplicate to Allah

Source : / 18 Dec 2013

Ibn Umar reported (may Allah be pleased with him): The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Whoever among you opens the door of supplication, then the door of mercy is opened for him. Allah is not asked for anything more beloved to Him than to be asked for well-being.”

And the Prophet said,“Supplication brings benefit to what occurs and does not occur. O servants of Allah, you must supplicate.”


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