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Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 05:27  GMT

Are hadîth qudsî the most authentic hadîth?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 05:26  GMT

My question is whether or not a large number of chains of transmission support each other and make a hadith an acceptable one, even if all the chains of transmission are weak?

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Is the work "Kanz al- `Ummâl" by Alî Muttaqî al-Hindî a reliable source of hadîth?

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How can I reply to those who claim that there are false hadîth in Sahîh al-Bukhârî and Sahîh Muslim? How can I convince them or show them that these two books are authentic?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 05:23  GMT

I am studying law in college and I am studying a subject entitled Islamic jurisprudence. I read in that subject that the Qur’ân was collected under the authority of the Orthodox caliphs but the hadîth were not collected under their authority. I have read that `Umar, the second orthodox caliph, did not encourage the collection of hadîth. How and when were the hadith collected?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 05:22  GMT

I have been researching chains of transmission for a while and I have found that the chain of transmission of Imam Mâlik through Nâfi` through Ibn `Umar is refered to as the "golden chain". What is the most authentic chain of transmission for Imam al-Shâfi`î?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 05:21  GMT

Can you kindly list some Islamic documents concerning either hadîth or Islamic Law, that are extant and that predate the Muwatta' of Imam Mâlik?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 05:21  GMT

I know that al-Hâkim’s Mustadrak contains a lot of weak hadîth, though he claims that all the hadîth in it are authentic according to the conditions of either al-Bukhârî or Muslim. We often read in books that al-Dhahabî has concurred with al-Hâkim’s assessment. When this is the case, does that mean we can accept with confidence that the hadîth is authentic?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 05:20  GMT

Could you explain to me about al-Bukhârî’s book entitled al-Adab al-Mufrad. I have heard there are weak hadîth in it. How can this be, when he is widely regarded as the pre-eminent scholar of hadîth?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 05:17  GMT

I know that Sunan Ibn Mâjah is one of the six most important hadîth collections. However, I have also heard that it is the weakest of the six and that if a hadîth is found only in Sunan Ibn Majah and not any of the other five books, then that hadîth is most certainly weak. Is this true?

Last Modified:  25 Aug 2011 12:16  GMT

I was confused about the narrations of the hadîth of Jibrîl, since the narration in Sahîh al-Bukhârî and one in Sahîh Muslim are different concerning the question "What is faith?". One shaykh explained to me that Jibrîl came on two occassions, in which the Prophet (peace be upon him) explained it in different ways. Is this correct?

Last Modified:  25 Aug 2011 12:15  GMT

I am confused about a hadîth that I read. It says that Allah accepts our repentance until we reach sixty years of age. I thought that our repentance is accepted until right before we are about to die.

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Could you explain to me the hadîth that says one of the seven people who will get the shade of Allah's throne on the Day of Judgment will be a man who rejects the charms of a women?

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There is a hadith where the Prophet (peace be upon him) says: “You know best the affairs of your worldly life.” I know this hadith is found in Sahîh Muslim, but is it authentic? If it is authentic, what does it really mean?

Last Modified:  25 Aug 2011 12:12  GMT

The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “There will be twelve leaders after me, all of them from Quraysh.” What does this hadith mean? Does it refer to the twelve Shi`ah imams?

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What is the correct meaning of the hadith: “Islam began as something strange and will return to being something strange”?

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We are told by the Prophet (peace be upon him) that we must worship Allah as though we see him. Does this mean we should try to imagine what Allah looks like when we pray? How should we do that?

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Does Allaah come down to the first heaven on the night of the fifteenth of Sha'baan and forgive all the people except two types, namely kaafirs and those engaged in disputes?f

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In mutatawir (multiple narrators) hadith is it a condition that all the narrators to memorise the hadith or could they read it from paper to the next level. What happens if a narrator of mutatawir has some form of mental deficiency?

Last Modified:  31 May 2011 02:10  GMT

Discussion of the hadeeth, The Qadariyyah are the Magians of this ummah” I came across this hadith on the internet The Prophet said: To every Ummah there is a magian and the magian of this ummah are those who reject the Qadr [pre-destination]. If anyone amongst them dies, do not attend their funeral, and if anyone amongst them becomes sick don't visit them and they are Shia-tul Dajjal and it is the right of God to join them with the Dajjal.” (Sunan Abu Dawoud #4072) And then I went to Sunan ...

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