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Hadith No: 2
Narrated/Authority of Muhammad bin Al-Munkadir
From: Imam Malik's Muwatta. Chapter 55, The Oath of Allegiance
Malik related to me from Muhammad ibn al-Munkadir that Umayma bint Ruqayqa said, "I went to the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, with the women who took an oath of allegiance with him in Islam. They said, 'Messenger of Allah! We take a pledge with you not to associate anything with Allah, not to steal, not to commit adultery, not to kill our children, nor to produce any lie that we have devised between our hands and feet, and not to disobey you in what is known.' The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, 'In what you can do and are able.' " Umayma continued, "They said, 'Allah and His Messenger are more merciful to us than ourselves. Come, let us give our hands to you, Messenger of Allah!' The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, 'I do not shake hands with women. My word to a hundred women is like my word to one woman.' "
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Hadith No: 1985
Narrated/Authority of Iyas bin Abdullah bin Abu Dhubab
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 11, The Chapters on Marriage
"The Prophet (saw) said: 'Do not beat the female slaves of Allah.' Then Umar came to the Prophet (saw) and said: 'O Messenger of Allah (saw), the woman have become bold towards their husbands? So order the beatin g of them,' and they were beaten. Then many women went around to the family of Muhammad,. The next day he said: 'Last night seventy women came to the family of Muhammad, each woman complaining about her husband. You will not find that those are the best of you.' "
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Hadith No: 390
Narrated/Authority of Hafsah
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 3, The Book of Menstruation and Istihadah
"Umm Atiyah would never mention the Messenger of Allah (saw) without saying: 'May my father be ransomed for him.' I said: 'Did you hear the Messenger of Allah (saw) say such and such?' And she said: 'Yes, may my father be ransomed for him.' He said: 'Let the mature girls, virgins staying in seclusion, and menstruating women go out and witness the good occasions and the supplications of the Muslims, but let menstruating women keep away from the prayer place.'" (Sahih)
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Hadith No: 646
Narrated/Authority of Ubaid bin Umair
From: Sahih Muslim. Chapter 3, The Book of Menstruation (Kitab Al-Haid)
It was conveyed to Aisha that Abdullah bin Amr ordered the women to undo the (plaits) of hair on their heads. She said: How strange it is for Ibn Amr that he orders the women to undo the plaits of their head while taking a bath; why does he not order them to shave their heads? I and the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) took bath from one vessel. I did no more than this that I poured three handfuls of water over my head.
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Hadith No: 97
Narrated/Authority of Um-Atiya
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 15, The Two Festivals (Eids)
We were ordered to go out (for Eid) and also to take along with us the menstruating women, mature girls and virgins staying in seclusion. (Ibn Aun said, "Or mature virgins staying in seclusion)." The menstruating women could present themselves at the religious gathering and invocation of Muslims but should keep away from their Musalla.
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Hadith No: 80
Narrated/Authority of Abu Huraira
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 54, Jihaad (Fighting for the cause of Allah)
Allah's Messenger said, "Once Sulaiman (Solomon), son of Dawud (David) said, '(By Allah!) Tonight I will have sexual intercourse with one hundred or ninety-nine women, each of whom will give birth to a knight who will fight in Allah's Cause.' On that his companion said: say: "Insha Allah (If Allah wills)", but he did not say it. So none except one of those women concieved and gave birth to a half-man. By Him Whose Hands Muhammad's soul is, if he had said, "Insha Allah", (he would have begotten sons) all of whom would have been knights striving in Allah's Cause."
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Hadith No: 4
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From: Imam Malik's Muwatta. Chapter 16, Burials
Yahya related to me from Malik that he had heard people of knowledge say, "When a woman dies and there are no women with her to wash her and no man who has the right by blood ties to take charge of that for her and no husband to take charge of it for her, she should be purified by tayammum ,that is, by wiping her face and hands with earth." Malik said, "When a man dies and there are only women with him, they also should purify him with earth ." Malik said, "There is no particular way with us for washing the dead nor any recognised way to do it. They are just washed and purified."
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Hadith No: 94
Narrated/Authority of Abdur Rahman bin Abis
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 15, The Two Festivals (Eids)
Ibn Abbas was asked whether he had joined the Prophet in the Eid prayer. He said, "Yes. And I could not have joined him had I not been young. (The Prophet came out) till he reached the mark which was near the house of Kathir bin As-Salt, offered the prayer, delivered the Khutba and then went towards the women. Bilal was accompanying him. He preached to them and advised them and ordered them to give alms. I saw the women putting their ornaments with their outstretched hands into Bilal's garment. Then the Prophet along with Bilal returned home.
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Hadith No: 96
Narrated/Authority of Aiyub
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 15, The Two Festivals (Eids)
Hafsa bint Sirin said, "On Eid we used to forbid our girls to go out for Eid prayer. A lady came and stayed at the palace of Bani Khalaf and I went to her. She said, 'The husband of my sister took part in twelve holy battles along with the Prophet and my sister was with her husband in six of them. My sister said that they used to nurse the sick and treat the wounded. Once she asked, 'O Allah's Apostle! If a woman has no veil, is there any harm if she does not come out (on Eid day)?' The Prophet said, 'Her companion should let her share her veil with her, and the women should participate in the good deeds and in the religious gatherings of the believers.' " Hafsa added, "When Um-'Atiya came, I went to her and asked her, 'Did you hear anything about so-and-so?' Um-Atlya said, 'Yes, let my father be sacrificed for the Prophet (p.b.u.h). (And whenever she mentioned the name of the Prophet she always used to say, 'Let my father be' sacrificed for him). He said, 'Virgin mature girls staying often screened (or said, 'Mature girls and virgins staying often screened - Aiyub is not sure as which was right) and menstruating women should come out (on the Eid day). But the menstruating women should keep away from the Musalla. And all the women should participate in the good deeds and in the religious gatherings of the believers'." Hafsa said, "On that I said to Um-Atiya, 'Also those who are menstruating?' " Um-Atiya replied, "Yes. Do they not present themselves at 'Arafat and elsewhere?"
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Hadith No: 95
Narrated/Authority of Ibn Juraij
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 15, The Two Festivals (Eids)
Ata told me that he had heard Jabir bin Abdullah saying, "The Prophet stood up to offer the prayer of the Eid ul Fitr. He first offered the prayer and then delivered the Khutba. After finishing it he got down (from the pulpit) and went towards the women and advised them while he was leaning on Bilal's hand. Bilal was spreading out his garment where the women were putting their alms." I asked Ata whether it was the Zakat of Eid ul Fitr. He said, "No, it was just alms given at that time. Some lady put her finger ring and the others would do the same." I said, (to Ata), "Do you think that it is incumbent upon the Imam to give advice to the women (on Eid day)?" He said, "No doubt, it is incumbent upon the Imams to do so and why should they not do so?" Al-Hasan bin Muslim told me that Ibn Abbas had said, "I join the Prophet, Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman in the Eid ul Fitr prayers. They used to offer the prayer before the Khutba and then they used to deliver the Khutba afterwards. Once the Prophet I came out (for the Eid prayer) as if I were just observing him waving to the people to sit down. He, then accompanied by Bilal, came crossing the rows till he reached the women. He recited the following verse: 'O Prophet! When the believing women come to you to take the oath of fealty to you . . . (to the end of the verse) (60.12).' After finishing the recitation he said, "O ladies! Are you fulfilling your covenant?" None except one woman said, "Yes." Hasan did not know who was that woman. The Prophet said, "Then give alms." Bilal spread his garment and said, "Keep on giving alms. Let my father and mother sacrifice their lives for you (ladies)." So the ladies kept on putting their Fatkhs (big rings) and other kinds of rings in Bilal's garment." Abdur-Razaq said, " 'Fatkhs' is a big ring which used to be worn in the (Pre-lslamic) period of ignorance.
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