Hadith Narrated By Qais

Narrated: Qais From Sahih Bukhari

Hadith No: 529
Narrated/Authority of Qais
Listed in: Times of the Prayers
Jarir said, "We were with the Prophet and he looked at the moon--full-moon--and said, 'Certainly you will see your Lord as you see this moon and you will have no trouble in seeing Him. So if you can avoid missing (through sleep or business, etc.) a prayer before the sun-rise (Fajr) and a prayer before sunset ('Asr), you must do so.' He then recited Allah's Statement: And celebrate the praises Of your Lord before The rising of the sun And before (its) setting." (50.39) Isma'il said, "Offer those prayers and do not miss them."
Hadith No: 716
Narrated/Authority of Qais
Listed in: Manumission of Slaves
When Abu Huraira accompanied by his slave set out intending to embrace Islam they lost each other on the way. The slave then came while Abu Huraira was sitting with the Prophet (SAW). The Prophet (SAW) said, "O Abu Huraira! Your slave has come back." Abu Huraira said, "Indeed, I would like you to witness that I have manumitted him." That happened at the time when Abu Huraira recited (the following poetic verse): 'What a long tedious tiresome night! Nevertheless, it has delivered us from the land of Kufr (disbelief).'
Hadith No: 718
Narrated/Authority of Qais
Listed in: Manumission of Slaves
When Abu Huraira accompanied by his slave came intending to embrace Islam, they lost each other on the way. (When the slave showed up) Abu Huraira said (to the Prophet (SAW)), "I make you witness that the slave is free for Allah's Cause."

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