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Hadith No: 465
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 8, Prayers (Salat)
Narrated/Authority of Aisha
(the wife of the Prophet) I had seen my parents following Islam since I attained the age of puberty. Not a day passed but the Prophet visited us, both in the mornings and evenings. My father Abii Bakr thought of building a mosque in the courtyard of his house and he did so. He used to pray and recite the Qur'an in it. The pagan women and their children used to stand by him and look at him with surprise. Abu Bakr was a Softhearted person and could not help weeping while reciting the Quran. The chiefs of the Quraish pagans became afraid of that (i.e. that their children and women might be affected by the recitation of Quran)."
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Hadith No: 129
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 31, Fasting
Narrated/Authority of Alqamah
While I was walking with Abdullah he said, "We were in the company of the Prophet and he said, 'He who can afford to marry should marry, because it will help him refrain from looking at other women, and save his private parts from looking at other women, and save his private parts from committing illegal sexual relation; and he who cannot afford to marry is advised to fast, as fasting will diminish his sexual power."
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Hadith No: 1591
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 8, Chapters Regarding Funerals
Narrated/Authority of Ibn Umar
that the Messenger of Allah (saw) passed by some women of Abdul-Ashhal who were weeping for their slain on the Day of Uhud. The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: "But there is no one to weep for Hamzah." So the women of Ansar started to weep for Hamzah. The Messenger of Allah (saw) woke up and said, 'Woe to them, have they not gone home yet? Tell them to go home and not to weep for anyone who dies after this day.'" Sahih
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Hadith No: 38
From: Imam Malik's Muwatta. Chapter 28, Marriage
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Malik said, "It is not halal to marry a christian or jewish slave-girl because Allah the Blessed, the Exalted, said in His Book, 'Believing women who are muhsanat and women of those who were given the Book before you who are muhsanat', (sura 5 ayat 6) and they are free women from the Christians and Jews. Allah, the Blessed, the Exalted, said in His Book, 'If you are not affluent enough to marry believing women who are muhsanat, take believing slave-girls whom your right hands own.' " (Sura 4 ayat 24) Malik said, "In our opinion, Allah made marriage to believing slave-girls halal, and He did not make halal marriage to christian and jewish slave-girls from the People of the Book." Malik said, "The christian and jewish slave-girl are halal for their master by right of possession, but intercourse with a magian slave-girl is not halal by the right of possession."
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Hadith No: 889
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 52, Conditions
Narrated/Authority of Urwa
Aisha told me, "Allah's Apostle (SAW) used to examine them according to this Verse: "O you who believe! When the believing women come to you as emigrants, examine them.... (up to)... Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful." (60.10-12) Aisha said, "When any of them agreed to that condition Allah's Apostle (SAW) would say to her, 'I have accepted your pledge of Baia (pledge).' He would only say that, but, by Allah he never touched the hand of any women (i.e. never shook hands with them) while taking the Baia (allegiance) and he never took their Baia (pledge) except by his words (only)."
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Hadith No: 809
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 12, Characteristics of Prayer
Narrated/Authority of Um Salama
"The Prophet after finishing the prayer with Taslim used to stay at his place for a while." Ibn Shihab said, "I think (and Allah knows better), that he used to wait for the departure of the women who had prayed." Ibn Shihab wrote that he had heard it from Hind bint Al-Harith Al-Firasiya from Um Salama, the wife of the Prophet (Hind was from the companions of Um Salama) who said, "When the Prophet finished the prayer with Taslim, the women would depart and enter their houses before Allah's Apostle departed."
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Hadith No: 637
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 3, The Chapters on Dry Ablution
Narrated/Authority of Umm Salamah
"I was with the Messenger of Allah (saw) under his blanket, then I felt that I was menstruating as women do, so I slipped out from under the cover. The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'Are you menstruating?' I said: 'I feel that I am menstruating as women do.' He said: 'That is what Allah has decreed for the daughters of Adam.' So I slipped out and sorted myself out, then I came back, and the Messenger of Allah (saw) said to me: 'Come under the cover with me,' so I went in with him.'" (Hasan)
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Hadith No: 141
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 54, Jihaad (Fighting for the cause of Allah)
Narrated/Authority of Thalaba bin Abi Malik
Umar bin Al-Khattab (RA) distributed some garments amongst the women of Al-Madina. One good garment remained, and one of those present with him said, "O chief of the believers! Give this garment to your wife, the (grand) daughter of Allah's Messenger (SAW)." They meant Umm Kulthum, the daughter of Ali. Umar said, Umm Salit has more right (to have it)." Umm Salit was amongst those Ansari women who had given the Baia (pledge) to Allah's Messenger (SAW).' Umar said, "She (i.e. Umm Salit) used to carry the water skins to provide us water on the day of Uhud."
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Hadith No: 888
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 52, Conditions
Narrated/Authority of Marwan bin Al-Hakam and Al-Miswar bin Makhrama
from the companions of Allah's Apostle (SAW): When Suhail bin Amr agreed to the Treaty (of Hudaibiya), one of the things he stipulated then, was that the Prophet (SAW) should return to them (i.e. the Al-Mushrikun [pagans]) anyone coming to him from their side, even if he was a Muslim; and would not interfere between them and that person. The Muslims did not like this condition and got disgusted with it. Suhail did not agree except with that condition. So, the Prophet (SAW) agreed to that condition and returned Abu Jandal to his father Suhail bin Amr. Thenceforward the Prophet (SAW) returned everyone in that period (of truce) even if he was a Muslim. During that period some believing women emigrants including Um Kulthum bint Uqba bin Abu Muait who came to Allah's Apostle (SAW) and she was a young lady then. Her relative came to the Prophet (SAW) and asked him to return her, but the Prophet (SAW) did not return her to them for Allah had revealed the following Verse regarding women: "O you who believe! When the believing women come to you as emigrants. Examine them, Allah knows best as to their belief, then if you know them for true believers, Send them not back to the unbelievers, (for) they are not lawful (wives) for the disbelievers, Nor are the unbelievers lawful (husbands) for them...." (60.10)
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Hadith No: 321
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 6, Menstrual Periods
Narrated/Authority of Aiyub
Hafsa said, 'We used to forbid our young women to go out for the two 'Id prayers. A woman came and stayed at the palace of Bani Khalaf and she narrated about her sister whose husband took part in twelve holy battles along with the Prophet and her sister was with her husband in six (out of these twelve). She (the woman's sister) said, "We used to treat the wounded, look after the patients and once I asked the Prophet, 'Is there any harm for any of us to stay at home if she doesn't have a veil?' He said, 'She should cover herself with the veil of her companion and should participate in the good deeds and in the religious gathering of the Muslims.' When Um 'Atiya came I asked her whether she had heard it from the Prophet. She replied, "Yes. May my father be sacrificed for him (the Prophet)! (Whenever she mentioned the Prophet she used to say, 'May my father be sacrificed for him) I have heard the Prophet saying, 'The unmarried young virgins and the mature girl who stay often screened or the young unmarried virgins who often stay screened and the menstruating women should come out and participate in the good deeds as well as the religious gathering of the faithful believers but the menstruating women should keep away from the Musalla (praying place).' " Hafsa asked Um 'Atiya surprisingly, "Do you say the menstruating women?" She replied, "Doesn't a menstruating woman attend 'Arafat (Hajj) and such and such (other deeds)?"
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