Jamiat Tirmidhi(Chapters on Tafsir – 469)


Ibn Abbas narrated “The Prophet was performing Salat when Abu Jahl came to him and said: ‘Have I not forbidden you from this? Have I not forbidden you from this? Have I not forbidden you from this?’ The Prophet turned and scolded him. So Abu Jahl said: ‘You know that no one has more to call for assistance than me.’ So Allah, Blessed is He and Most High, revealed: Then let him call upon his council. We will call out the guards of Hell.” So Ibn Abbas said: “By Allah, if he had called his council, then the guards of Hell would have seized him.” (Sahih)

Jamiat Tirmidhi(The Book on Salat (Prayer) – 114)


Hudhaifah narrated that he performed Salat with the Prophet, and that while he was bowing he would say: (Subhana Rabbiyal Azim); “Glorious is my Lord the Magnificent” and while prostrating: (Subhana Rabbiyal A’la) ‘Glorious is my Lord the Most High.’ And he would not recite an Ayah mentioning mercy, except that he would stop and ask (for mercy), and he would not recite an Ayah mentioning punishment, except that he would stop and seek refuge (with Allah from it). (Sahih)

An Nasai(The Book Of Faith and its Signs – 50)


It was narrated that Abu Hurairah said “The Messenger of Allah said: ‘Indeed, this religion is easy, and no one will ever overburden himself in religion, except that it will overcome him. So seek what is appropriate, and come as close as you can, and receive the glad tidings (that you will be rewarded), and take it easy; and gain strength by worshipping in the mornings, afternoons, and during the last hours of the nights.'” (Sahih)

Riyad as-Saliheen, Book of Miscellany, 329


Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported:When this Verse was revealed: “And warn your tribe (O Muhammad (ﷺ)) of near kindred”. (26:214) Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) called the Quraish; when they gathered, he said to them: “O sons of ‘Abd Shams; O sons of Ka’b bin Lu’ai, rescue yourselves from the Fire! O sons of Murrah bin Ka’b, rescue yourselves from the Fire! O sons of ‘Abd Manaf, rescue yourselves from the Fire! O sons of ‘Abdul-Muttalib, rescue yourselves from the Fire! O Fatimah, rescue yourself from the Fire, for I have no power (to protect you) from Allah in anything except that I would sustain relationship with you”.

[Muslim].

Ibn Majah(The Chapters Regarding Zakat – 52)


Ibn Majah (The Chapters Regarding Zakat – 52) It was narrated that Zainab, the wife of Abdullah said: “I asked the Messenger of Allah: ‘Will it be accepted as charity on my part if I spend on my husband and the orphans in my care?’ The Messenger of Allah said: ‘She will have two rewards, the reward for charity and the reward for upholding ties of kinship.'” (Sahih)

An Nasai (The Book of The At-Tatbiq (Clasping One’s Hands Together) – 104)


Awf bin Malik said “I prayed Qiyam with the Prophet (pbuh). He started by using the Siwak and performing wudu, then he stood and prayed. He started reciting Al-Baqarah and he did not come to any verse that spoke of mercy but he paused and asked for mercy, and he did not come to any verse that spoke of punishment but he paused (and sought refuge with Allah from that). Then he bowed and he stayed bowing for as long as he had stood,a nd he said while bowing: ‘Subhanaka Dhil-jabaraut wal-malakut wal-kibriya’ wal-‘azamah (Glory be to the One Who has all power, sovereignty, magnificence and might.)’ Then he prostrated for as long as he had bowed, saying while prostrating: ‘Subhana Dhil-jabarut wal-malakut wal-kibriya’ wal-‘azamah (Glory be to the One Who has all power, sovereignty, magnificence and might.)’ Then he recited Al Imran, then another surah and another, doing that each time.” (Sahih)

Reference : : Sunan an-Nasa’i 1132

An-Nasai, The Book of Drinks 171


It was narrated from Jabir that:A man from (the tribe of) Jaishan, who are from Yemen, came and asked the Messenger of Allah [SAW] about a drink that they drank in his homeland that was made of corn and called Al-Mizr (beer). The Prophet [SAW] said to him: “Is it an intoxicant?” He said: “Yes.” The Messenger of Allah [SAW] said: “Every intoxicant is unlawful. Allah, the Mighty and Sublime, has promised the one who drinks intoxicants that He will give him to drink from the mud of Khibal.” They said: “O Messenger of Allah, what is the mud of Khibal?” He said: “The sweat of the people of Hell,” or he said: “The juice of the people of Hell.”

Reference :  Sunan an-Nasa’i 5709, Vol. 6, Book 51, Hadith 5712

Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume 8 Hadith 78


Narrated Ibn `Abbas Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) passed by two graves and said, “Both of them (persons in the grave) are being tortured, and they are not being tortured for a major sin. This one used not to save himself from being soiled with his urine, and the other used to go about with calumnies (among the people to rouse hostilities, e.g., one goes to a person and tells him that so-and-so says about him such-and-such evil things). The Prophet (ﷺ) then asked for a green leaf of a date-palm tree, split it into two pieces and planted one on each grave and said, “It is hoped that their punishment may be abated till those two pieces of the leaf get dried.”

Reference: Sahih al-Bukhari 6052, Book 78, Hadith 82

English Reference : Vol. 8, Book 73, Hadith 78.

Sahih Al Bukhari Volume 8, Hadith No. 82


Narrated by HudhaifaI heard the Prophet (PUBH) saying, “A Qattat will not enter Paradise.”

* Qattat : A person who conveys disagreeable, false information from one person to another with the intention of causing harm and enmity between them. A slanderer. A tale bearer.

Reference: Sahih Al Bukhari Volume 8 Book No. 73, Hadith No. 82

Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume 8 Hadith No 92


Narrated Abu Huraira:

Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said, “Beware of suspicion, for suspicion is the worst of false tales. and do not look for the others’ faults, and do not do spying on one another, and do not practice Najsh, and do not be jealous of one another and do not hate one another, and do not desert (stop talking to) one another. And O, Allah’s worshipers! Be brothers!”

References

• Sahih al-Bukhari, 6066

• Sahih al-Bukhari, Vol. 8, Book of Good Manners, Hadith 92

• Sahih al-Bukhari, Book of Good Manners, Hadith 92