Hadith Search Engine

Search returned 17 results, page 2 of 2

Results from specific books: (Click to view from)
Bukhari4 Muslim3 Muwatta2 Ibn Majah6 Nasai1
Hadith No: 33
Narrated/Authority of Abu Huraira
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 2, Belief
The Prophet said, "The signs of a hypocrite are three: 1. Whenever he speaks, he tells a lie. 2. Whenever he promises, he always breaks it (his promise ). 3. If you trust him, he proves to be dishonest. (If you keep something as a trust with him, he will not return it.)"
Report Mistake | Permalink
Hadith No: 8
Narrated/Authority of
From: Imam Malik's Muwatta. Chapter 39, The Mukatab
Malik related to me that he heard that Urwa ibn az-Zubayr and Sulayman ibn Yasar when asked whether the sons of a man, who had a kitaba written for himself and his children and then died, worked for the kitaba of their father or were slaves, said, "They work for the kitaba of their father and they have no reduction at all for the death of their father." Malik said, "If they are small and unable to work, one does not wait for them to grow up and they are slaves of their father's master unless the mukatab has left what will pay their instalments for them until they can work. If there is enough to pay for them in what he has left, that is paid for on their behalf and they are left in their condition until they can work, and then if they pay, they are free. If they cannot do it, they are slaves." Malik spoke about a mukatab who died and left property which was not enough to pay his kitaba, and he also left a child with him in his kitaba and an umm walad, and the umm walad wanted to work for them. He said, "The money is paid to her if she is trustworthy with it and strong enough to work. If she is not strong enough to work and not trustworthy with property, she is not given any of it and she and the children of the mukatab revert to being slaves of the master of the mukatab." Malik said, "If people are written together in one kitaba and there is no kinship between them, and some of them are incapable and others work until they are all set free, those who worked can claim from those who were unable, the portion of what they paid for them because some of them assumed the responsibility for others."
Report Mistake | Permalink
Hadith No: 261
Narrated/Authority of Hasan
From: Sahih Muslim. Chapter 1, Faith (Kitab Al Iman)
reported Ubaidullah b. Ziyad paid a visit to Ma'qil b. Yasar Muzani in his illness of which he (later on) died. (At this juncture) Ma'qil said: I am going to narrate to you a hadith which I have heard from the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) and which I would not have transmitted if I knew that I would survive. Verily I have heard the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) say: There is none amongst the bondsmen who was entrusted with the affairs of his subjects and he died in such a state that he was dishonest in his dealings with those over whom he ruled that the Paradise is not forbidden for him.
Report Mistake | Permalink
Hadith No: 1202
Narrated/Authority of Jabir bin Abdullah
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 7, The Chapters of Establishing the Prayer and the Sunnah Regarding Them
"The Messenger of Allah (saw) said to Abu Bakr: 'When do you pray Witr?' He said: 'At the beginning of the night, after Isha.' He said: 'And you, O Umar?' He said: 'At the end of the night.' The Prophet (saw) said: 'As for you, O Abu Bakr, you have seized the trustworthy handhold (i.e., you want to be on the safe side), and as for you, O Umar, you have seized strength (i.e., you are confident that you have the resolve to get up and pray Witr).'" Daif
Report Mistake | Permalink
Hadith No: 262
Narrated/Authority of Hasan
From: Sahih Muslim. Chapter 1, Faith (Kitab Al Iman)
reported Ubaidullah b. Ziyad went to see Ma'qil b. Yasir and he was ailing. He ('Ubaidullah) inquired (about his health) to which he (Ma'qil) replied: I am narrating to you a hadith which I avoided narrating to you (before). Verily the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) observed: Allah does not entrust to his bondsman the responsibility of managing the affairs of his subjects and he dies as a dishonest (ruler) but Paradise is forbidden by Allah for such a (ruler). He (Ibn Ziyad) said: Why did you not narrate it to me before this day? He replied: I (in fact) did not narrate it to you as it was not (fit) for me to narrate that to you.
Report Mistake | Permalink
Hadith No: 265
Narrated/Authority of Hudhaifa
From: Sahih Muslim. Chapter 1, Faith (Kitab Al Iman)
The Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) narrated to us two ahadith. I have seen one (crystallized into reality), and I am waiting for the other. He told us: Trustworthiness descended in the innermost (root) of the hearts of people. Then the Qur'an was revealed and they learnt from the Qur'an and they learnt from the Sunnah. Then he (the Holy Prophet) told us about the removal of trustworthiness. He said: The man would have a wink of sleep and trustworthiness would be taken away from his heart leaving the impression of a faint mark. He would again sleep and trustworthiness would be taken away from his heart leaving an impression of a blister, as if you rolled down an ember on your foot and it was vesicled. He would see a swelling having nothing in it. He (the Holy Prophet) then took up a pebble and rolled it down over his foot and (said): The people would enter into transactions amongst one another and hardly a person would be left who would return (things) entrusted to him. (And there would be so much paucity of honest persons) till it would be said: There in such a such tribe is a trustworthy man. And they would also say about a person: How prudent he is, how broad-minded he is and how intelligent he is, whereas in his heart there would not be faith even to the weight of a mustard seed. I have passed through a time in which I did not care with whom amongst you I entered into a transaction, for if he were a Muslim his faith would compel him to discharge his obligations to me and it he were a Christian or a Jew, the ruler would compel him to discharge his obligations to me. But today I would not enter into a transaction with you except so and so.
Report Mistake | Permalink
Hadith No: 35
Narrated/Authority of A Iyad bin Himar Al-Mujashii
From: 110 Hadith Qudsi. Chapter 1, 110 Ahadith Qudsi (Sacred Hadith)
that one day Allah's Messenger (PBUH) said in his speech: Behold! Indeed Allah has commanded me to inform you of what you are unfamiliar with; and what He has taught me today: Every wealth, I have conferred upon a slave is lawful. Indeed I have created My slaves being true in Faith; but the satans approached them and turned them away from their religion and what had been permissible declared as forbidden for them. Further the satans ordered them to make partners with me for which I have revealed no evidence. Verily, Allah looked at the people on earth andhated both Arabs and non-Arabs - except a few people ofthe Scripture. Allah added: I have sent you as a Prophet (SAW) tothe people so that I may test you and test the believersthrough you and revealed to you a book that water cannoterase. So you should read it while asleep and awake. The Prophet (SAW) said: Indeed Allah has ordered me toburn (the disbelievers of) Quraish (the Prophet (SAW)'s tribe ofMakkah). So I said: O Lord! They would crush my headlike bread. Allah said: Drive them out as they drove youout of your city. Fight them, We shall support you. Spend(money in the cause of Allah), We will spend on you. Sendan army, We will send five like that. Fight with yourfollowers against those who deny you. He said: Theinhabitants of Paradise are three kinds of people: First is apowerful, just, almsgiver, and a successful man. second isa kind, tender-hearted man towards every relative andMuslim. Third is a decent father to many children. He alsosaid: Dwellers of Hell are of five types: First is a weak followerman who has no sense to avoid the evil or workfor family or wealth. Second is a dishonest man whosegreed is well-known to people, even for minor things.Third is a man who will betray you about your family andwealth at both the ends of the day. He also mentioned amiser or a liar and a person who uses bad words.(This Hadith is sound and reported by Muslim).
Report Mistake | Permalink