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Hadith No: 1621
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 8, Chapters Regarding Funerals
Narrated/Authority of Aishah
"The wives of The Prophet (saw) gathered together and not one of them lagged behind. Fatimah came, and her gait was like that of the Messenger of Allah (saw). He said, 'Welcome to my daughter.' Then he made her sit to his left, and he whispered something to her, and she smiled. I said to her: 'What made you weep?' She said: 'I will not disclose the secret of the Messenger of Allah (saw).' I said: 'I never saw joy so close to grief as I saw today.' When she wept I said: 'Did the Messenger of Allah (saw) tell you some special words that were not for us, then you wept?' And I asked her about what he had said. She said: 'I will not disclose the secret of the Messenger of Allah (saw).' After he died I asked her what he had said, and she said: 'He told me that Jibra'il used to review the Quran with him once each year, but he had reviewed it with him twice that year, (and he said:) "I do not think but that my time is near. You will be the first of my family to join me, and what a good predecessor I am for you." So I wept. Then he whispered to me and said: "Will you not be pleased to be the leader of the women of this Ummah?" So I smiled.'" Hasan
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Hadith No: 150
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 31, Fasting
Narrated/Authority of Hishams father
Aisha said, "Allah's Apostle used to kiss some of his wives while he was fasting," and then she smiled.
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Hadith No: 502
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 2, The Chapters of Purification and its Sunnah
Narrated/Authority of Urwah bin Zubair
from Aishah, that the Messenger of Allah (saw) kissed one of his women (i.e., wives), then he went out to perform the prayer, and he did not perform ablution. I (Urwah bin Zubair) said: "That was not anyone but you,' and she smiled." (Hasan)
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Hadith No: 2065
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 12, The Chapters on Divorce
Narrated/Authority of Ibn Abbas
a man declared Zihar upon his wife, then he had intercourse with her before offering expiation. He came to the Prophet (saw) and told him about that. He said: "What made you do that?" He said: "I saw her ankles in the moonlight, and I could not control myself, and I had intercourse with her." The Messenger of Allah (saw) smiled and told him not to go near her until he had offered expiation.
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Hadith No: 3443
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 34, The Chapters on Medicine
Narrated/Authority of Suhaib
"I came to the Prophet (saw) and in front of him there were some bread and dates. The Prophet (saw) said: 'Come and eat.' So I started to eat some of the dates. Then the Prophet (saw) said: 'Are you eating dates when you have an inflammation in your eye?' I said: 'I am chewing from the other side.' And the Messenger of Allah (saw) smiled."
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Hadith No: 268
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 34, Sales and Trade
Narrated/Authority of Abdullah bin Abi Mulaika
Uqba bin Al-Harith said that a black woman came and claimed that she had suckled both of them (i.e., Uqba and his wife). So, he mentioned that to the Prophet (SAW) who turned his face from him and smiled and said, "How (can you keep your wife), and it was said (that both of you were suckled by the same woman)?" His wife was the daughter of Abu Ihab AT-Tamimi.
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Hadith No: 1932
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 11, The Chapters on Marriage
Narrated/Authority of Aishah
that the wife of Rifaah Al-Qurazi came to the Messenger of Allah (saw) and said: "I was married to Rifa'ah, and he divorced me and made it irrevocable. Then I married Abdur-Rahman bin Zubair, and what he has is like the fringe of a garment." The Prophet (saw) smiled and said: "Do you want to go back to Rifa'ah? No, not until you taste his (Abdur-Rahman's) sweetness and he tastes your sweetness."
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Hadith No: 3997
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 39, The Chapters on Tribulations
Narrated/Authority of Amr bin Awf
who was an ally of Banu Amir bin Lu'ai and was present at (the battle of) Badr with the Messenger of Allah (saw), that the Messenger of Allah (saw) sent Ubaidah bin Jarrah to Bahrain to collect the Jizyah, and the Prophet (saw) had made a treaty with the people of Bahrain, and he appointed as their governor 'Ala' bin Hadrami. Abu Ubaidan came with the wealth from Bahrain and the Ansar heard that Abu Ubaidah had come, so they attended the Fajr prayer with the Messenger of Allah (saw). When the Messenger of Allah (saw) had prayed, he went away, so they intercepted him. The Messenger of Allah (saw) smiled when he saw them, then he said: who was an ally of Banu Amir bin Lu'ai and was present at (the battle of) Badr with the Messenger of Allah (saw), that the Messenger of Allah (saw) sent Ubaidah bin Jarrah to Bahrain to collect the Jizyah, and the Prophet (saw) had made a treaty with the people of Bahrain, and he appointed as their governor 'Ala' bin Hadrami. Abu Ubaidan came with the wealth from Bahrain and the Ansar heard that Abu Ubaidah had come, so they attended the Fajr prayer with the Messenger of Allah (saw). When the Messenger of Allah (saw) had prayed, he went away, so they intercepted him. The Messenger of Allah (saw) smiled when he saw them, then he said:'I think you have heard that Abu Ubaidah has brought something from Bahrain?' They said: 'Yes, O Messenger of Allah.' He said: 'Be of good cheer and hope for that which will make you happy. By Allah, I do not fear poverty for you, rather I fear that you will enjoy ease and plenty like those who came before you, and that you will compete with one another as they did, and you will be destroyed as they were.'"
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Hadith No: 2348
From: Sunan Ibn Majah. Chapter 15, The Chapters on Rulings
Narrated/Authority of Zaid bin Arqam
"A case was brought to 'Ali bin Abu Talib when he was in Yemen, concerning three men who had intercourse with a woman during one period of being free from menses. He asked two of them: "Do you affirm that this child belongs to (the third man)?" And they said: "No." He asked another two of them: "Do you affirm that this child belongs to (the third man)?" And they said: "No." Every time he asked two of them whether they affirmed that the child belonged to the third, they would say no. So he cast lots between them, and attributed the child to the one whose name was chosen in this manner, and obliged him to pay two thirds of the Diyah. The Prophet (saw) was told of this, and he smiled so broadly that his back teeth became visible.
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Hadith No: 721
From: Sahih Bukhari. Chapter 12, Characteristics of Prayer
Narrated/Authority of Anas
While the Muslims were offering the Fajr prayer, Al lah's Apostle suddenly appeared before them by living the curtain of the dwelling place of 'Aisha, looked towards the Muslims who were standing in rows. He smiled with pleasure. Abu Bakr started retreating to join the row on the assumption that the Prophet wanted to come out for the prayer. The Muslims intended to leave the prayer (and were on the verge of being put to trial), but the Prophet beckoned them to complete their prayer and then he let the curtain fall. He died in the last hours of that day.
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