hadith sahih

كان ابن الزُّبَيْرِ يَقُولُ فِي دبرِ كُلِّ صلاة حِينَ يُسَلِّمُ ‏ “‏ لاَ إِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللَّهُ وَحْدَهُ لاَ شَرِيكَ لَهُ لَهُ الْمُلْكُ وَلَهُ الْحَمْدُ وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَىْءٍ قَدِيرٌ لاَ حَوْلَ وَلاَ قُوَّةَ إِلاَّ بِاللَّهِ لاَ إِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللَّهُ وَلاَ نَعْبُدُ إِلاَّ إِيَّاهُ لَهُ النِّعْمَةُ وَلَهُ الْفَضْلُ وَلَهُ الثَّنَاءُ الْحَسَنُ لاَ إِلَهَ إِلاَّ اللَّهُ مُخْلِصِينَ لَهُ الدِّينَ وَلَوْ كَرِهَ الْكَافِرُونَ ‏"‏ ‏.‏ وَقَالَ كَانَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ صلى الله عليه وسلم يُهَلِّلُ بِهِنَّ دُبُرَ كُلِّ صَلاَةٍ ‏.‏ صحيح مسلم حديث ٥٩٤

Ibn Zubair uttered at the end of every prayer after pronouncing salutation (these words):” There is no god but Allah. He is alone. There is no partner with Him. Sovereignty belongs to Him and He is Potent over everything. There is no might or power except with Allah. There is no god but Allah and we do not worship but Him alone. To Him belong all bounties, to Him belongs all Grace, and to Him is worthy praise accorded. There is no god but Allah, to Whom we are sincere in devotion, even though the unbelievers should disapprove it.“ (The narrator said): He (the Holy Prophet) uttered it at the end of every (obligatory) prayer. Sahih Muslim 594 a  In-book reference : Book 5, Hadith 180  USC-MSA web (English) reference : Book 4, Hadith 1235

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May Allah grant us al-firdaus whose roof is the ‘Arsh of Allah.

Never think you are too far from attaining this level, wallahi, it is His Mercy and only through His Mercy that you will enter Paradise.

Work hard, and strive to gain His Love.

ومن يطع الله ورسوله فقد فاز فوزا عظيما

“And whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger has certainly attained the highest achievement.”

[33:71]

Narrated Abū Huraira (radhīAllāhu ‘anhu): Allāh’s Apostle (ﷺ) said, “If Allāh wants to do good to somebody, He afflicts him with trials.”
—  [Sahīh Bukhārī, Vol. 7, Hadīth no. 548. Translated by Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khān]

عن أنس بن مالك رضي الله عنه، عن الرسول صلى الله عليه وسلم قال: “ إِنَّ اللَّهَ لَيَرْضَى عَنِ الْعَبْدِ أَنْ يَأْكُلَ الأَكْلَةَ فَيَحْمَدَهُ عَلَيْهَا أَوْ يَشْرَبَ الشَّرْبَةَ فَيَحْمَدَهُ عَلَيْهَا “ صحيح مسلم حديث ٢٧٣٤

Anas bin Malik (May Allah be pleased with him) reported:The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, “Allah is pleased with His slave who says: ‘Al-hamdu lillah (praise be to Allah)’ when he takes a morsel of food and drinks a draught of water." Sahih Muslim 2734 a
In-book reference : Book 48, Hadith 123
USC-MSA web (English) reference : Book 35, Hadith 6592

سُنن الطعام || Sunan Eating  - (3) 

Salam, some time ago I started extracting hadiths that belong to the Collection of Imam al-Bukhari out of a website to use it for a smartphone app I was planning. I also thought why not use that to also generate some pdf’s out of it. So thats what I have done here. There is one pdf containing all the books from Sahih al-Bukhari and there is also one pdf for each book of the collection. It only includes the hadith in the english translation, also there is the reference for each hadith (Hadith number of total collection & hadith number in that specific book). When you donwload the pdf you will be able to search through the document to find the hadiths that contain the word or exact phrase you are looking for. In sha Allah someone will benefit out of this. Anyway if you have any remarks or have found something that needs to be corrected, let me know.

(btw. maybe you should click on the download links when you are on wifi as the complete edition is like 13mb and the individual books are like 2mb each)

Download Complete Edition in one (2904 Pages)

You can also Download each Book individually:

Book 1 - Revelation

Book 2 - Belief

Book 3 - Knowledge

Book 4 - Ablutions (Wudu’)

Book 5 - Bathing (Ghusl)

Book 6 - Menstrual Periods

Book 7 - Rubbing hands and feet with dust (Tayammum)

Book 8 - Prayers (Salat)

Book 9 - Times of the Prayers

Book 10 - Call to Prayers (Adhaan)

Book 11 - Friday Prayer

Book 12 - Fear Prayer

Book 13 - The Two Festivals (Eids)

Book 14 - Witr Prayer

Book 15 - Invoking Allah for Rain (Istisqaa)

Book 16 - Eclipses

Book 17 - Prostration During Recital of Qur'an

Book 18 - Shortening the Prayers (At-Taqseer)

Book 19 - Prayer at Night (Tahajjud)

Book 20 - Virtues of Prayer at Masjid Makkah and Madinah

Book 21 - Actions while Praying

Book 22 - Forgetfulness in Prayer

Book 23 - Funerals (Al-Janaa'iz)

Book 24 - Obligatory Charity Tax (Zakat)

Book 25 - Hajj (Pilgrimage)

Book 26 - `Umrah (Minor pilgrimage)

Book 27 - Pilgrims Prevented from Completing the Pilgrimage

Book 28 - Penalty of Hunting while on Pilgrimage

Book 29 - Virtues of Madinah

Book 30 - Fasting

Book 31 - Praying at Night in Ramadaan (Taraweeh)

Book 32 - Virtues of the Night of Qadr

Book 33 - Retiring to a Mosque for Remembrance of Allah

Book 34 - Sales and Trade

Book 35 - Sales when a Price is paid for Goods to be Delivered Later

Book 36 - Shuf'a

Book 37 - Hiring

Book 38 - Transferance of a Debt from One Person to Another

Book 39 - Kafalah

Book 40 - Representation, Authorization, Business by Proxy

Book 41 - Agriculture

Book 42 - Distribution of Water

Book 43 - Loans, Payment of Loans, Freezing of Property

Book 44 - Khusoomaat

Book 45 - Lost Things Picked up by Someone (Luqatah)

Book 46 - Oppressions

Book 47 - Partnership

Book 48 - Mortgaging

Book 49 - Manumission of Slaves

Book 50 - Makaatib

Book 51 - Gifts

Book 52 - Witnesses

Book 53 - Peacemaking

Book 54 - Conditions

Book 55 - Wills and Testaments (Wasaayaa)

Book 56 - Fighting for the Cause of Allah (Jihaad)

Book 57 - One-fifth of Booty to the Cause of Allah (Khumus)

Book 58 - Jizyah and Mawaada'ah

Book 59 - Beginning of Creation

Book 60 - Prophets

Book 61 - Virtues of the Prophet saws and his Companions

Book 62 - Companions of the Prophet

Book 63 - Merits of the Helpers in Madinah (Ansaar)

Book 64 - Military Expeditions led by the Prophet (pbuh)

Book 65 - Prophetic Commentary on the Qur'an

Book 66 - Virtues of the Qur'an

Book 67 - Wedlock, Marriage (Nikaah)

Book 68 - Divorce

Book 69 - Supporting the Family

Book 70 - Food, Meals

Book 71 - Sacrifice on Occasion of Birth (`Aqiqa)

Book 72 - Hunting, Slaughtering

Book 73 - Al-Adha Festival Sacrifice (Adaahi)

Book 74 - Drinks

Book 75 - Patients

Book 76 - Medicine

Book 77 - Dress

Book 78 - Good Manners and Form (Al-Adab)

Book 79 - Asking Permission

Book 80 - Invocations

Book 81 - To make the Heart Tender (Ar-Riqaq)

Book 82 - Divine Will (Al-Qadar)

Book 83 - Oaths and Vows

Book 84 - Expiation for Unfulfilled Oaths

Book 85 - Laws of Inheritance (Al-Faraa'id)

Book 86 - Limits and Punishments set by Allah (Hudood)

Book 87 - Blood Money (Ad-Diyat)

Book 88 - Apostates

Book 89 - (Statements made under) Coercion

Book 90 - Tricks

Book 91 - Interpretation of Dreams

Book 92 - Afflictions and the End of the World

Book 93 - Judgments (Ahkaam)

Book 94 - Wishes

Book 95 - Accepting Information Given by a Truthful Person

Book 96 - Holding Fast to the Qur'an and Sunnah

Book 97 - Oneness, Uniqueness of Allah (Tawheed)

anonymous asked:

How can i improve khushoo in salah?

There are many ways to improve one’s kushoo and this is partly attained throughout a long process. Here are some points I myself have found to be very effective and the more you get into the routine of this the easier it will be.

1. Prepare yourself before salaah meaning do your wudhu with caution, clean the prayer room, wear beautiful prayer clothes since this is something the prophet salallahu alayhi wassalaam prescribed. Bring that kind of awareness back to you that you re going to stand before Allah as if it is your last prayers. Many people fail to internalise sometimes that salaat is like a very important meeting with Allah.

2. Preparing one’s self for prayer can also mean motivating one’s self before or calming down. Like, take as much as you want before the prayer to maybe reflect on the Qur'an. Sit onto your prayer mat and go through the meaning of the surahs you want to recite. Or simply sit there to collect yourself.

3. Salaah becomes more important the more you revolve your day around Islam and its ibadah. I know, this is not always possible because some of us are not always home but at school and work. But it can mean simple things. Reciting a few pages of the Quran in the morning and evening, doing your adhkar when you wake up or before you go to sleep. Listening to Quran when you go somewhere. All these things can help you to bring back that ‘islamic’ feelings back to you.

4. Other than that you can change something about the way you used pray. What I mean with this is that one must maybe start to to lengthen their prayers and instead of just praying 4 fardh rakaat without dhikr afterwards, add the recommended sunnah prayers to it.

The prophet salallahu alayhi wassalaam said:

Allah will build a house in Heaven for whoever is diligent in observing 12 Sunnah Rak'aat (as follows): 4 Rak'aat before and 2 after the Dhuhr (Midday) Prayer, 2 after the Maghrib (Sunset Prayer), 2 after the ‘Ishaa’ (Evening) Prayer and 2 before the Fajr (Dawn) Prayer.“ Hadith sahih narrated by at-Tirmidhi No. 379 and by others. Hadith No. 6183 in Sahih al-Jaami’.

I think this is very effective for those among us who have the tendency to rush through salaah. It will cause you to have more discipline, and increase your concentration.

4. Learn new surahs with meaning by heart. It can be either a surah that you really like and that makes you feel very emotional, or you can memorize the recommend 30 juzz, the last 20? pages of the Qur'an and strengthen your memory by constantly reciting in in salaah.
I personally think that the longer one’s are very helpful because again you don’t have the option to rush through your prayer.

5. A small thing I also wanted to mention is music. Music is so toxic for salaah, there were so many times I would hear some random music before and it would exactly play inside my head when I would start salaah.

That’s all that I had found to be effective in a way. For the ones who know more, can add their tips to it. Maybe you should also look into the book 'inner dimensions of prayer’.

عَنْ أَبِي مَسْعُودٍ الأَنْصَارِيِّ، قَالَ قَالَ النَّبِيُّ صلى الله عليه وسلم ‏ :“‏ مَنْ قَرَأَ بِالآيَتَيْنِ مِنْ آخِرِ سُورَةِ الْبَقَرَةِ فِي لَيْلَةٍ كَفَتَاهُ‏ "‏‏.‏ صحيح البخاري حديث ٥٠٠٩

Narrated Abu Mas`ud Al-Ansari: The Prophet (ﷺ) said, ”If one recites the last two Verses of Surat-al-Baqara at night, it is sufficient for him (for that night).” Sahih al-Bukhari 5040
In-book reference : Book 66, Hadith 64
USC-MSA web (English) reference : Vol. 6, Book 61, Hadith 560

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Maybe some of you remember that I made a collection of pdf’s on the Sahih al Bukhari. It would not be fair to not do the same for the Sahih Muslim, so now that i have some time I did it. Note it is without the introduction that is found in the actual collection, just all of the books 1-56. You can download them individually or as whole. In sha Allah it will be of benefit to someone. 
As with the Sahih al Bukhari, if you find something that is off tell me and I will fix it, data source of the hadiths is the same as on sunnah.com

Sahih Muslim (complete - 3020 pages - 9.5mb)

You can also download each book individually or those you are currently interested in.

Book 1. - The Book of Faith

Book 2. - The Book of Purification

Book 3. - The Book of Menstruation

Book 4. - The Book of Prayers

Book 5. - The Book of Mosques and Places of Prayer

Book 6. - The Book of Prayer - Travellers

Book 7. - The Book of Prayer - Friday

Book 8. - The Book of Prayer - Two Eids

Book 9. - The Book of Prayer - Rain

Book 10. - The Book of Prayer - Eclipses

Book 11. - The Book of Prayer - Funerals

Book 12. - The Book of Zakat

Book 13. - The Book of Fasting

Book 14. - The Book of I'tikaf

Book 15. - The Book of Pilgrimage

Book 16. - The Book of Marriage

Book 17. - The Book of Suckling

Book 18. - The Book of Divorce

Book 19. - The Book of Invoking Curses

Book 20. - The Book of Emancipating Slaves

Book 21. - The Book of Transactions

Book 22. - The Book of Musaqah

Book 23. - The Book of the Rules of Inheritance

Book 24. - The Book of Gifts

Book 25. - The Book of Wills

Book 26. - The Book of Vows

Book 27. - The Book of Oaths

Book 28. - The Book of Oaths, Muharibin, Qasas (Retaliation), and Diyat (Blood Money)

Book 29. - The Book of Legal Punishments

Book 30. - The Book of Judicial Decisions

Book 31. - The Book of Lost Property

Book 32. - The Book of Jihad and Expeditions

Book 33. - The Book on Government

Book 34. - The Book of Hunting, Slaughter, and what may be Eaten

Book 35. - The Book of Sacrifices

Book 36. - The Book of Drinks

Book 37. - The Book of Clothes and Adornment

Book 38. - The Book of Manners and Etiquette

Book 39. - The Book of Greetings

Book 40. - The Book Concerning the Use of Correct Words

Book 41. - The Book of Poetry

Book 42. - The Book of Dreams

Book 43. - The Book of Virtues

Book 44. - The Book of the Merits of the Companions

Book 45. - The Book of Virtue, Enjoining Good Manners, and Joining of the Ties of Kinship

Book 46. - The Book of Destiny

Book 47. - The Book of Knowledge

Book 48. - The Book Pertaining to the Remembrance of Allah, Supplication, Repentance and Seeking Forgiveness

Book 49. - The Book of Heart-Melting Traditions

Book 50. - The Book of Repentance

Book 51. - Characteristics of The Hypocrites And Rulings Concerning Them

Book 52. - Characteristics of the Day of Judgment, Paradise, and Hell

Book 53. - The Book of Paradise, its Description, its Bounties and its Inhabitants

Book 54. - The Book of Tribulations and Portents of the Last Hour

Book 55. - The Book of Zuhd and Softening of Hearts

Book 56. - The Book of Commentary on the Qur'an

The Prophet of Allaahﷺ was an example in good manners.

Allaah says

“And indeed, you are of a great moral character.” 

[Qur’aan 68:4

The Prophet’s manners were based on the Qur’aan.

He was pleased by whatever the Qur’aan stated was good, and he was angered by whatever the Qur’aan stated was evil, and he was neither harsh nor loud.

He did not yell in the marketplace. He used to forgive and not reply to a transgression with a similar transgression.

Safiyyah رضي الله عنها said:

“I have seen nobody with better manners than the Messenger of Allaah.”

Anas رضي الله عنه said, 

“I served the Prophet Mohammad for nine years. (During these nine years) he never asked as to why I did this or did not do that.”

Anas رضي الله عنه also said, 

Prophet Mohammad had the best behavior and the best manners of all. 
One day he sent me somewhere on some business, but I said to myself, “I won’t go now” although I did [eventually] intend to go to where he commanded me. I came to the market (on my way) and passed by some children playing. Suddenly, the Prophet of Allaah appeared from behind me and held me by the neck. I looked behind and he was smiling.

He said: “O Anas, did you go where I told you to go.”
I said: “I will go [now], O Prophet of Allaah.”

Kayfa amaalahoum (pg. 31)

The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said; You must be gentle. Verily, gentleness is not in anything except that it beautifies it, and it is not removed from anything except that it disgraces it.
—  Musnad Ahmad 24417, Grade: Sahih

10 beautiful aspects of an Ideal Muslimah:

1. Her Obedience to the Creator
2. Her Haya (Modesty/Shyness)
3. Her Beauty
4. Her Intellect/playfulness
5. Her Truthfulness
6. Her Obedience
7. Her Patience
8. Her Cooking
9. Her Good Manners
10. Her Contentment with Rizq: No man likes to have a woman who is always complaining about how less her husband earns or how rich her other friends are. A good Muslimah is the one who thank Allah for what He has blessed her with and she is thankful to her husband for what he provides her with. 
Abu Hurairah RadhiyAllahu Anhu reported: 
The Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said, 
“Richness is not the abundance of wealth, rather it is self-sufficiency.” 
(Sahih Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

SAHIH-alBUKHARI : Characteristics of Prayer : Hadith 66

Narrated Rifa'a bin Rafi AzZuraqi:

One day we were praying behind the Prophet. When he raised his head from bowing, he said, “Sami'a-l-lahu Liman hamida.” A man behind him said, “Rabbana walaka-l hamd hamdan Kathiran taiyiban mubarakan fihi” (O our Lord! All the praises are for You, many good and blessed praises). When the Prophet completed the prayer, he asked, “Who has said these words?” The man replied, “I.” The Prophet said, “I saw over thirty angels competing to write it first.” Prophet rose (from bowing) and stood straight till all the vertebrae of his spinal column came to a natural position.

SAHIH-alBUKHARI : Characteristics of Prayer : Hadith 66/134

عن أبي موسى الأشعري رضي الله عنه: عن النبيِّ صلَّى اللهُ عليه وسلَّم : أنه كان يدعو بهذا الدعاءِ : “ربِّ اغفِرْ لي خطيئتي وجهلي، وإسرافي في أمري كلِّه، وما أنت أعلَمُ به مني . اللهم اغفِرْ لي خطاياي، وعمدي وجهلي وهَزلي، وكلُّ ذلك عِندي . اللهم اغفِرْ لي ما قدَّمْتُ وما أخَّرْتُ، وما أسرَرْتُ وما أعلَنْتُ، أنت المقدِّمُ وأنت المؤخِّرُ، وأنت على كلِّ شيءٍ قديرٌ” . صحيح البخاري حديث ٦٣٩٨

Narrated Abu Musa: The Prophet (ﷺ) used to invoke Allah with the following invocation: ‘Rabbi-ghfir-li Khati ‘ati wa jahli wa israfi fi `Amri kullihi, wa ma anta a'lamu bihi minni. Allahumma ighfirli khatayaya wa 'amdi, wa jahli wa jiddi, wa kullu dhalika'indi. Allahumma ighrifli ma qaddamtu wa ma akhartu wa ma asrartu wa ma a'lantu. Anta-l-muqaddimu wa anta-l-mu'akh-khiru, wa anta 'ala kulli shai'in qadir.’ Sahih al-Bukhari 6398
In-book reference : Book 80, Hadith 93
USC-MSA web (English) reference : Vol. 8, Book 75, Hadith 407

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Narrated Abu Huraira (radhiAllāhu ‘anhu):

The Prophet (ﷺ) said, “Whoever does not give up forged speech and evil actions, Allāh is not in need of his leaving his food and drink.”

—  [Sahīh Bukhārī Vol. 3, Hadīth no. 127. Translated by Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khān]
Nothing good in life comes easy...

Anas bin Malik reported:
“The Paradise is surrounded by hardships and the Hell-Fire is surrounded by temptations”

حُفَّتِ الْجَنَّةُ بِالْمَكَارِهِ وَحُفَّتِ النَّارُ بِالشَّهَوَاتِ

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Ref: Sahih Muslim 2822
In-book ref: Book 53, Hadith 1
Web (English) ref: Book 40, Hadith 6778

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“The scholars said: This beautiful analogy is from the exquisite, eloquent and comprehensive speech which was bestowed on the prophet (ﷺ). It means that nothing will help you to reach al-Jannah except going through hardships, and nothing will lead you to the Hell-fire except whims and desires. Both are veiled as described, so whoever tears down the veil will reach what is hidden behind it. So the veil of al-Jannah is torn down by going through hardships, and the veil of the Hell-fire is torn down by giving in to whims and desires. And hardships include striving in ‘ibaadah (worship) and persevering upon that, and sabr in the face of hardships, and restraining one’s anger, forgiving and having long-suffering (hilm), giving voluntary charity, having ihsaan (excellent behavior) with those who mistreat you, having sabr against desires, and so on.

And regarding the desires which surround the Hell-fire, and then it is clear that they are the forbidden desires such as intoxicants (khamr), illicit sexual relations (zinaa), gazing at non-mahram women, gossiping, playing musical instruments and so on…”

[Sharh al-Nawawi ‘alaa Muslim #2823]