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There is a hadîth that divides Ramadan into three periods. Is this hadîth authentic?

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There is a hadîth that whoever speaks Arabic is an Arab. It this hadîth authentic?

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Scholars often menion a hadîth that goes: “A time will come when whoever does a tenth of what he was commanded to do will be saved.” Is this hadîth authentic? If it is, then what are its implications?

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What do you say about the hadîth that reads: The greater jihad is the jihad on oneself?

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A Muslim lady who leaves her hair open, what is her punishment? When the Prophet (peace be upon him) went on his night journey, did he see a lady being hung up in the Hellfire by her hair? Is this true?

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Are the hadîth about an army coming from Khorasan with black flags and entering Jerusalem authentic

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There is a hadith that reads: "Whoever visits the Prophet after his death, it is as if he has visited him during his life." Where can I find this hadith? Is it authentic?

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Love for one's country is part of faith

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Is al-Rashîd among Allah’s names? What is the evidence for it?

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It is often related that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “My Companions are like stars, whomever among them you follow, you will be guided.” Is this hadîth authentic?

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It is said that all the hadîth asserting that the hands should be placed below the navel in prayer are weak. What about the narration of Wâ’il b. Hujr in Musannaf Ibn Abî Shaybah whose narrators have all been classified as reliable that states the Prophet (peace be upon him) placed his hands below his navel? Al-Qâsim b. Qutlûbughâ says: “Its chain of narrators is good.”

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We always hear the phrase: "Seek knowledge from the cradle to the grave." Is there any such authentic narration?

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Can you please verify if the following hadîth is authentic, since Hanafî jurists cite it to support the practice of wiping ober the neck in wudû’. Abd Allah b. `Umar Ibn Umar narrates that Allah’s Messenger (peace be upon him) said: “Whoever performs wudû’ and wipes over the nape of his neck, he will be saved from wearing a chain around his neck on the the Day of Judgment”. The famous commentator of Sahîh al-Bukharî, Allamah Ibn Hajar Asqalaani, writes in his book al-Talkhîs al- ...

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I want to know the difference between mutawâtir and âhâd hadîth.

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I want to know the main differences in the conditions laid down by al-Bukhârî and Muslim for accepting narrations?

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Please explain to me about the mu`allaqât of Sahîh al-Bukhârî. I heard that some of these hadîth are inauthentic. Is this true?

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What is al-jarh wa al-ta`dîl and how is it carried out?

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We often read that a hadîth is muttafaq `alayh. What does this mean?

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What is it mean when a hadîth is referred to as “gharîb”?

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What is tadlîs? I know that it is a way of making chains of transmission for hadîth look better than they actually are. But how could this be? How could narrators do this without being guilty of lying?

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