​An Nasai (The Book of Zakah – 170)

It was narrated that Ibn As-Sa’idi Al-Maliki said “Umanr bin Al-Khattab, may Allah be pleased with him, appointed me in charge of the Sadaqah. When I finished collecting it and handed it over to him, he ordered that I be given some payment. I said to him: ‘I only did for the sake of Allah, the Mighty and Sublime, and my reward will be with Allah, the Mighty and Sublime. ‘ He said: ‘Take what I have given you: I did the same take during the time of the Messenger of Allah, and I said what you have said, but the Messenger of Allah said to me: ‘If you are given something without asking for it, then keep (some) and give (some) in charity.”‘ (Sahih)

​An Nasai (The Book of Seeking Refuge with Allah – 50)

It was narrated that ‘Aishah said “The Messenger of Allah [SAW] used to say: ‘Allahumma inni a’udhu bika min ‘adhabil-qabri, wa fitnatin-nar, wa fitnatil-qabr, wa ‘adhabil-qabr, wa sharri fitnati masihid-dajjali wa sharri fitnatil-ghana’, wa sharri fitnatil-faqri. Allahummaghsil khatayaya kama naqqaitath-thawbal-abyada minad-danas. Allahumma inni a’udhu bika minal-kasali walharami wal-maghrami wal-ma’tham (O Allah, I seek refuge with You from the torment of the grave, the tribulation of the Fire, the tribulation of the grave and the torment of the grave, the evil of the tribulation of Masihid-Dajjal, the evil of the tribulation of richness and the evil of the tribulation of poverty. O Allah, wash away my sins with water of snow and hail, and cleanse my heart of sin as a white garment is cleansed of filth. O Allah, I seek refuge with You from laziness, old age, debt and sin.)'” (Sahih)

Surah Ar-Rad Verse No. 18

For those who have responded to their Lord is the best [reward], but those who did not respond to Him – if they had all that is in the earth entirely and the like of it with it, they would [attempt to] ransom themselves thereby. Those will have the worst account, and their refuge is Hell, and wretched is the resting place.

Surah Ar-Rad No 13 Verse No. 18

​Riyad us Saliheen (The Book of the Prohibited actions – 1652)

IbnUmar (May Allah be pleased with them) said: The Prophet (Sallallahualaihi wa sallam) said, “Do not keep the fire burning in your homes when you go to bed.”[Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

​An Nasai (The Book of Funerals – 116)

It was narrated that Anas said “A funeral passed by and the deceased was praised.” The Prophet said: “It is granted.” Another funeral passed by and the deceased was criticized. The Prophet said: “It is granted.” ‘Umar said: “May my father and mother be ransomed for you. One funeral passed by and the deceased was praised, and you said, ‘It is granted?”‘ He said: “Whoever is praised will be granted Paradise, and whoever is criticized will be granted Hell, You are the witnesses of Allah on Earth.” (Sahih)

​An Nasai (The Book of Jihad – 33)

Abu ‘Ali At-Tujibi (said) that he heard Abu Raihanah say “I heard the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) say: ‘The eye that stays awake in the cause of Allah will be forbidden to the Fire.'”


​An Nasai (The Book of Fasting – 156)
It was narrated that Abu Saeed Al-Khudri said “The Messenger of Allah said: ‘Whoever fasts one day in the cause of Allah, Allah will separate between his face and the fire by (a distance of) seventy autumns in return for that day.”‘ (Sahih)


​An Nasai (The Book of Qiyam Al-Lail and Voluntary Prayers During the Day – 216)
It was narrated that ‘Anbasah bin Abi Sufyan said “My sister Umm Habibah, the wife of the Prophet (pbuh), told me that her beloved Abu Al-Qasim () told her: ‘There is no believing slave who prays four rak’ahs after Zuhr whose face will ever be touched by the Fire, if Allah, the Mighty and Sublime, wills.'” (Sahih)


​An Nasai (The Book of al-Bay’ah – 57)
It was narrated from Abu ‘Adur-Rahman from Ali that the Messenger of Allah sent an army and appointed a man in charge of them. He lit a fire and said: “Enter it.” Some people wanted to enter it, and other said: “We are trying to keep away from it.” They mentioned that to the Messenger of Allah, and he said to those who had wanted to enter if: “If you had entered it you would have stayed there until the Day of Resurrection.” And he spoke good words to the others. And he said: “There is no obedience if it involves disobedience toward Allah. Rather obedience is only (required) in that which is good.” (Sahih)


​An Nasai (The Book of Leading the Prayer (Al-Imamah) – 86)
It was narrated that Abu Rafi said “After the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) had prayed Asr, he would go to Banu ‘Abdul-Ashhal to speak to them, until the time for Maghrib came.” Abu Rafi said: “While the Prophet (pbuh) was hastening to pray Maghrib, we passed by and he said: ‘Fie on you, fie on you!’ That upset me so I slowed down because I thought hat he meant me. He said: ‘What is the matter with you? Keep up!’ I said: ‘Is there something wrong?’ He said: ‘Why are you asking that? I said: ‘Because you said: “Fie on you” to me.’ He said: ‘No, that was so-and-so whom I had sent to collect Zakat from the tribe of so-and-so, and he stole a Namirah and now he is clothed with something similar made of Fire.”