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Hadith No: 151
Narrated/Authority of Abu Masud
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 18, Eclipses
The Prophet said, "The sun and the moon do not eclipse because of the death of someone from the people but they are two signs amongst the signs of Allah. When you see them stand up and pray."
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Hadith No: 152
Narrated/Authority of Ibn Umar
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 18, Eclipses
The Prophet said, "The sun and the moon do not eclipse because of the death or life (i.e. birth) of someone but they are two signs amongst the signs of Allah. When you see them offer the prayer."
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Hadith No: 2513
Narrated/Authority of Jabir bin Abdullah
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 22, The Chapters on Manumission (of Slaves)
"A man among us promised freedom to a slave after his death, and he did not have any property other than him (this slave). So the Prophet (saw) sold him, and Ibn (Nahham), a man from Banu Adi, bought him."
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Hadith No: 709
Narrated/Authority of Madan bin Abi Talhah
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 8, The Book of the Masjids
Umar bin Al-Khattab said: "O people, you eat of two plants which I do not think are anything but bad, this onion and garlic. I have seen the Prophet of Allah (saw), if he noticed their smell coming from a man, ordering that he be taken out to Al-Baqi. Whoever eats them, let him cook them to death." (Sahih)
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Hadith No: 38
Narrated/Authority of
From: Imam Malik's Muwatta. Chapter 15, The Quran
Yahya related to me from Malik from Yahya ibn Said that Said ibn al-Musayyab used to say, "A man is raised by the dua of his son after his death." He spoke with his hands turned upwards, and then lifted them up.
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Hadith No: 2709
Narrated/Authority of Abu Hurairah
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 25, The Chapters on Wills
that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "Allah (swt) has been charitable with you over the disposal of one third of your wealth at the time of your death, so that you may be able to add to the record of your good deeds." Daif
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Hadith No: 9
Narrated/Authority of Jabir bin Abdullah
From: Sunan at-Tirmidhi (Jami-al-Tirmidhi). Chapter 1, Taharah (Purification)
said, "The Prophet (SAW) forbade us to pass urine while facing the qiblah. But, one year before his death, I saw him face the qiblah." [Ahmed14878, Abu Dawud 13, Ibn e Majah 325]
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Hadith No: 2705
Narrated/Authority of Muawiyah bin Qurrah
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 25, The Chapters on Wills
from his father that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "Whoever makes a will as death approaches, and his will is in accordance with the book of Allah (swt) it will be an expiation for whatever he did not pay of his Zakah during his lifetime." Daif
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Hadith No: 241
Narrated/Authority of Abdullah bin Abi Qatadah
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 1, The Book of the Sunnah
that his father said: "The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'The best things that a man can leave behind are three: A righteous son who will pray for him, ongoing charity whose reward will reach him, and knowledge which is acted upon after his death.'" (Hasan) Another chain with similar wording.
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Hadith No: 42
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From: Imam Malik's Muwatta. Chapter 18, Fasting
Yahya related to me from Malik that he had heard that Said ibn al-Musayyab was asked whether a man who had vowed to fast a month could fast voluntarily, and Said said, "He should fulfil his vow before he does any voluntary fasting." Malik said, "I have heard the same thing from Sulayman ibn Yasar." Malik said, "If someone dies with an unfulfilled vow to free a slave or to fast or to give sadaqa or to give away a camel, and makes a bequest that his vow should be fulfilled from his estate, then the sadaqa or the gift of the camel are taken from one third of his estate. Preference is given to it over other bequests, except things of a similar nature, because by his vow it has become incumbent on him, and this is not the case with something he donates voluntarily. They (vows and voluntary donations) are settled from a limited one-third of his estate, and not from the whole of it, since if the dying man were free to dispose of all of his estate, he might delay settling what had become incumbent on him (i.e. his vows), so that when death came and the estate passed into the hands of his heirs, he would have bequeathed such things (i.e. his vows) that were not claimed by anyone (like debts). If that (i.e. to dispose freely of his property) were allowed him, he would delay these things (i.e. his vows) until when he was near death, he would designate them and they might take up all of his estate. He must not do that."
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