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(Islam) a tradition based on reports of the sayings and activities of Muhammad and his companions

(Islam) the way of life prescribed as normative for Muslims on the basis of the teachings and practices of Muhammad and interpretations of the Koran

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What is implied here is before the tasleem, so if he supplicates in the sujood or at the end of the prayer, for himself, his parents or the Muslims, there is no harm (in this) for what is mentioned of the generalness of these ahadith and other than them.
A grave sin Many scholars state that women visiting the Prophet's Mosque may pronounce their salaam upon the Prophet away from the grave site since it is confirmed by many ahadith that the salaam is related to the Prophet wherever the person may be.
There are some Ahadith that speak about the Middle of Sha'ban and its night.
It is reported in the authentic ahadith that the Holy Prophet (PBUH), used to fast most of the month in Sha'ban.
Instead of the Quran, unverified ahadith and rote learners are adopted as religious guides.
In this regard, the Ahadith of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) should be our guiding principles, he added.
Holy Quran and ahadith forbid taking one's own life or of other innocent people (even if they are slaves).
He referred to a number of ahadith of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in which cutting of trees had been forbidden in strong terms.
Therefore, this study is only limited to the Qur'anic text and it has not included ahadith and other exegetical explanations of the Qur'an offered by religious scholars.
He said that the Holy Quran, Ahadith and the teachings of the Prophet (PBUH) have shown us the way to successfully lead our individual lives and also prescribed a system of governance which is both inclusive and just.
In this perspective, Ahadith and the Sunnah are the elaboration of Quranic verses.
It said: 'We should watch out for the Laylatul Qadr, which often comes up in one of the five exceptional nights, according to an authentic Ahadith of Prophet Muhammad (SAW).
five pillars of the religion; it comes from ahadith (singular, hadlth).
* Kanz al-haqq al-mubin fi ahadith Sayyid al-mursalin (1097/1686), a selection of sound reports.