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Commentary on Hadeeth

220181 - Does the disbeliever have to shave his head if he becomes Muslim? 221201 - The reward for fasting is more than seven hundredfold 121823 - Detailed discussion about the hadith “Tell him to bite his father’s male member” and refutation of those who say that this is gratuitously obscene speech 219811 - What is meant by sahoor in the hadiths that speak of its virtue is the sahoor of those who fast in particular 194615 - Commentary on the hadith: “the dearest of prayer to Allah is the prayer of Dawood (peace be upon him). He used to sleep for half the night, get up and pray for one third of it, and sleep for one sixth of it” 193584 - Bilaal: “He did not care what happened to him for the sake of Allah and his people did not care what happened to him” 194527 - How did the Sahaabah turn around during their prayer when news reached them that the qiblah had been changed? 193745 - What is the comfortable mount that is regarded as part of happiness? 197480 - What is meant by “being overcome by men” that is mentioned in the hadith? 147389 - Did the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) revile anyone? 147659 - Meaning of the words of Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him): “As for the other, if I were to disclose it, this throat would be cut” 198745 - Does the fact that a disbeliever will be a Muslim’s ransom from the Fire mean that none of the Muslims will ever enter the Fire? 182700 - What is meant by prostrating a great deal in the hadith “Help me to do that for you by prostrating a great deal”? 201284 - The Prophet’s seeing those who were behind his back 200632 - The seven sins that doom a person to Hell 135590 - Is the hadeeth “I have brought slaughter to you” saheeh, and how should it be understood? 212227 - What is the meaning of the hadeeth “Leave that which makes you doubt for that which does not make you doubt”? 197531 - The shaking of the Throne at the death of Sa‘d ibn Mu‘aadh was only because of the joy of the Lord, may He be exalted; it was not a reflection of any imperfection 115693 - “The area between my house and my minbar is one of the gardens of Paradise” 181556 - The hadeeth “whoever among you can afford it, let him get married” does not mean that one who is poor cannot get married