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Hadith No: 294
Narrated/Authority of Urwa
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 6, Menstrual Periods
A person asked me, "Can a woman in menses serve me? And can a Junub woman come close to me?" I replied, "All this is easy for me. All of them can serve me, and there is no harm for any other person to do the same. 'Aisha told me that she used to comb the hair of Allah's Apostle while she was in her menses, and he was in Itikaf (in the mosque). He would bring his head near her in her room and she would comb his hair, while she used to be in her menses."
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Hadith No: 164
Narrated/Authority of Abdullah bin Masud
From: Sahih Muslim. Chapter 1, Faith (Kitab Al Iman)
that the Apostle of Allah (may peace be upon him), observed: He who has in his heart the weight of a mustard seed of pride shall not enter Paradise. A person (amongst his hearers) said: Verily a person loves that his dress should be fine, and his shoes should be fine. He (the Holy Prophet) remarked: Verily, Allah is Graceful and He loves Grace. Pride is disdaining the truth (out of self?conceit) and contempt for the people.
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Hadith No: 2
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From: Imam Malik's Muwatta. Chapter 29, Divorce
Yahya related to me from Malik that he had heard that a man came to Abdullah ibn Masud and said, "I have divorced my wife by saying I divorce you eight times." Ibn Masud said to him, "What have people told you?" He replied, "I have been told that I have to part absolutely from her." Ibn Masud said, "They have spoken the truth. A person who divorces as Allah has commanded, Allah makes it clear for him, and a person who obscures himself in error, we make stay by his error. So do not confuse yourselves and pull us into your confusion. It is as they have said."
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Hadith No: 7
Narrated/Authority of Abu Huraira
From: Imam Malik's Muwatta. Chapter 49, The Description of the Prophet, may Allah Bless Him and Grant Him Peace
Yahya related to me from Malik from Abuz-Zinad from al-Araj from Abu Hurayra that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, "The very poor are not the people who constantly walk from person to person and are given one or two morsels, and one or two dates." They said, "Who are the very poor, Messenger of Allah?" He said, "People who do not find enough for themselves and other people are not aware of them to give sadaqa to them, and they do not start begging from other people."
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Hadith No: 23
Narrated/Authority of Ibn Abbas
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 53, Wills and Testaments (Wasaya)
Some people claim that the order in the above Verse (3.92 [Hadith 22]) is abrogated, by Allah, it is not abrogated, but the people have stopped acting on it. There are two kinds of guardians (who are in charge of the inheritance): One is that who inherits; such a person should give (of what he inherits to the relatives, the orphans and the needy, etc.), the other is that who does not inherit (e.g. the guardian of the orphans): such a person should speak kindly and say (to those who are present at the time of distribution), "I can not give it to you (as the wealth belongs to the orphans)."
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Hadith No: 48
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From: Imam Malik's Muwatta. Chapter 36, Judgements
Yahya said that he heard Malik say, "What is done in our community about a slave who finds something and uses it before the term which is set for finds has been reached, and that is a year, is that it is against his person. Either his master gives the price of what his slave has used, or he surrenders his slave to them as compensation. If he withheld it until the term was reached which is set for finds and he used it, it is a debt against him which follows him and it is not against his person and there is nothing against his master in it."
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Hadith No: 757
Narrated/Authority of Busr bin Said
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 9, The Book of the Qiblah
that Zaid bin Khalid sent him to Abu Juhaim to ask him what he had heard the Messenger of Allah (saw) say about one who passes in front of a person who is praying? Abu Juhaim said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'If the one who passes in front of a person who is praying knew what (burden of sin) there is on him, standing for forty would be better for him than passing in front of him." (Sahih)
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Hadith No: 15
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From: Imam Malik's Muwatta. Chapter 43, Blood Money
Yahya said that Malik said, "The generally agreed on way of doing things in our community is that retaliation is taken from someone who breaks someone's hand or foot intentionally and not blood-money." Malik said, "Retaliation is not inflicted on anyone until the wound of the injured party has healed. Then retaliation is inflicted on him. If the wound of the person on whom the retaliation has been inflicted is like the first person's wound when it heals, it is retaliation. If the wound of the one on whom the retaliation has been inflicted becomes worse or he dies, there is nothing held against the one who has taken retaliation. If the wound of the person on whom the retaliation has been inflicted heals and the injured party is paralysed or his injury has healed but he has a scar, defect, or blemish, the person on whom the retaliation has been inflicted does not have his hand broken again and further retaliation is not taken for his injury." He said, "But there is blood-money from him according to what he has impaired or maimed of the hand of the injured party. The bodily injury is also like that." Malik said, "When a man intentionally goes to his wife and gouges out her eye or breaks her hand or cuts off her finger or such like, and does it intentionally, retaliation is inflicted on him. As for a man who strikes his wife with a rope or a whip and hits what he did not mean to hit or does what he did not intend to do, he pays blood-money for what he has struck according to this principle, and retaliation is not inflicted on him." Yahya related to me from Malik that he had heard that Abu Bakr ibn Muhammd ibn Amr ibn Hazm took retaliation for the breaking of a leg.
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Hadith No: 13
Narrated/Authority of Jundub
From: 110 Hadith Qudsi. Chapter 1, 110 Ahadith Qudsi (Sacred Hadith)
that Allah's Messenger (PBUH) stated that a person said: By Allah! Allah will not forgive so-and-so (person). Thereupon Allah, the Exalted, remarked: Who is he who swears by Me (and says) that I will not forgive so-and-so (listen!) Verily I have forgiven so-and-so and nullified your deeds, or as the Messenger (PBUH) said. (This Had'ith is sound and reported by Muslim and also mentioned in Mu'jam At-Tabrani AI-Kab'ir). *This Hadith teaches us the politeness needed by a Muslim towards Allah (SWT) and that one should not involve himself in matters that are left for Allah (WT) to decide i.e. nobody can know who will go to Hell and who will enter Paradise.*
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Hadith No: 1638
Narrated/Authority of Abu Hurairah
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 9, The Book of Fasting
that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "Every good deed of the son of Adam will be multiplied manifold. A good deed will be multiplied ten times up to as many as seven hundred times, or as much as Allah wills. Allah says: 'Except for fasting, which is for Me and I shall reward for it. He gives up his desire and his food for My sake.' The fasting person has two joys, one when he breaks his fast and another when he meets his Lord. The smell that comes from the mouth of a fasting person is better before Allah than the fragrance of musk." Sahih
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