came to be known among the Companions as Muhajir Umm Qais. . This Hadith leads us to the conclusion that if Sadaqah (charity), goes to a needy son of a. The book was compiled by Imam An-Nawawi who was the great scholar of Hadith and Fiqhof his time. Commentaries on the Ahadith have been added by Hafiz Salahuddin Yusuf of Pakistan who had originally executed them for the Urdu edition of this book. The English translation of the book. Riyâd-us-Sâliheen. Volume Two. Compiled by. Al-Imam Abu Zakariya Yahya bin Sharaf An-Nawawi Ad-Dimashqi. Song. Commentary by. Hafiz Salahuddin.
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On Women: Although Islam has permitted man, in inevitable circumstances, to rebuke his wife, it has also suggested a very wise course for it. It has suggested that first of all he should advise and preach [to] her, and if she does not mend her ways by these means, then he should stop sleeping with her, which is a great warning for the sensible wife. If she does not improve even by this method, then he may take recourse to slight beating, but in that he must avoid her head and face.
He should take recourse to beating if he thinks that it would work, otherwise it is better to avoid it.
But surprisingly enough some start the process of reformation with beating and that too with great ruthlessness which has not been permitted by Islam in any case. He has contended that when the wife is indispensable for man and it is very difficult for him to pass night without her then why should he beat her like a slave or bondmaid? He should try to understand that she, too, has feelings and her position is like one of the two wheels of the cart of life.
If at all it comes to beating her then he must keep her true status in view before taking recourse to it. He should never loose sight of her importance in conjugal life. In case they are guilty of open indecency, then do not share their beds and beat them lightly but if they return to obedience, do not have recourse to anything else against them.
Chapter This Hadith highlights the excellence of observing Ribat [guarding the Islamic frontier for the sake of Allah] and fighting in the way of Allah. It also highlights the insignificance of this world and the great reward in the Hereafter which can be attained through Jihad. Chapter The example cited here [in this Haddith] means that so long a Mujahid is engaged in Jihad, he is like a person who keeps himself occupied in Salat [prayer] at night and observes Saum [fasting] in the day time.
The action of such a person can be equal in reward to the conduct of a Mujahid. Thus, in special situations Jihad is the most meritorious act.
A worshipper cannot attain that reward for his worship which a Mujahid achieves in Jihad. Chapter This Hadith also stresses the fact that if a person is unable to take part in Jihad due to illness, for example, he should then provide such material to a Mujahid which is helpful for him in Jihad. If he does so, he will be eligible to the same reward which is due on Jihad. This would also be a source of increase and growth in his possessions.
Chapter Jannat-ul-Firdaus is the highest portion of Jannah [Paradise].
The allocation of this portion [of Paradise] to the martyrs is a proof that Jihad is very much liked by Allah. Chapter: On the recommendation to speak plainly and clearly and on repeating things so that the one who did not understood them will understand Chapter: On Admonition and moderation in it Chapter: On Dignity and calmness Chapter: On the Recommendation of going to the prayer and to knowledge and other forms of worship with calmness and dignity Chapter: On Honouring the guest Chapter: On the recommendation to convey good news and congratulate people Chapter: On someone saying farewell and his advice when he departs on a journey and supplication for him and by him Chapter: On the Istikhara and consultation Chapter: On saying the basmala when starting to eat and praising Allah afterwards Chapter: On not criticising food and the recommendation to praise it Chapter: On what someone says when food is brought when he is fasting and he does not break his fast Chapter: On what someone says when invited to eat and is followed by someone Chapter: On eating from in front of one and instructing someone who eats badly Chapter: What one says and does when he eats without becoming full Chapter: On the command to eat from the side of the dish and the prohibition against eating from the middle Chapter: On it being disliked to eat reclining Chapter: On the Recommendation to eat with three fingers and the recommendation to lick the fingers.
It being disliked to wipe them before licking them. The recommendation to lick the plate and pick up the morsel which has fallen and eat it. Permission to wipe the hand on the arm, foot, etc. Chapter: On a lot of hands for the food The recommendation to pass the vessel around to the right Chapter: On it being disliked to drink from the mouth of the vessel, and the clarification that the dislike is not a prohibition Chapter: On it being disliked to blow on drinks Chapter: On the permission to drink while standing and clarification that it is better and more perfect to drink sitting Chapter: On The recommendation for the one providing the drink to be the last to drink The prohibition against using gold and silver vessels for eating and drinking, purification and other uses Chapter: On recommending shirts Chapter: On the recommendation to avoid fine clothing out of humility Chapter On the Recommendation to take a middle course in clothes and not to confine oneself to what is miserable without need or legitimate aim Chapter: On the Prohibition against silk garments for men and them sitting and leaning on silk, while it is permitted for women to wear it Chapter: On the permission to wear silk if one has the itch Chapter: On the prohibition against sitting and riding on tiger skins Chapter: On what one says when one puts on a new garment or shoes Chapter: The recommendation to begin with the right when dressing Chapter: On the adab of sleep and lying down Chapter: On the Adab of the Assembly and those who sit in it Chapter: On Dreams and what is connected to them Chapter: On the Excellence of the Greeting and the command to make it common practice Chapter: On the form of the greeting Chapter: On the adab of the greeting Chapter: On asking permission to enter and its adab Chapter: On visiting the sick, escorting the dead and praying over him and attending his burial and remaining at his grave after his burial Chapter: On supplication for the person who is ill Chapter: On the recommendation to ask the family of a sick person about how he is Chapter: On what is said by one who despairs of life Chapter: On what is said in the presence of a dead person Chapter: On the permission to weep for someone who has died without wailing Chapter: On refraining from mentioning anything disliked in the corpse Chapter: The prayer over the dead, escorting him and being present at his burial, and the dislike for women to follow funeral processions Chapter: On the recommendation for many people to pray the funeral prayer and to make their rows three or more Chapter: What is recited in the funeral prayer Chapter: On carrying the bier quickly Chapter: On admonition at the grave Chapter: On supplication for the deceased after his burial and staying at the grave for a time for supplication, asking Chapter: On sadaqa and supplication for the deceased Chapter: On people praising the dead person Chapter: The excellence of the one who dies leaving young children Chapter: On the Recommendation to set out on a journey on a Thursday at the beginning of the day Chapter: On the Recommendation to have company on a journey and the travellers should appoint someone as their amir whom they will obey Chapter: On what one says when one mounting for a journey Chapter: The takbir of the traveller when he ascends, his tasbih when he descends and the prohibition against raising the voice with the takbir Chapter: The recommendation to make supplication during the journey Chapter: On what supplication is made when one is afraid of people or something else Chapter: On what one says when one alights at a place Chapter: On the recommendation for the traveller to make haste to return to his family when he has achieved his purpose Chapter: On what one says when he returns and sees his town Chapter: On forbidding a woman to travel on her own Chapter: On encouraging the recitation of certain suras and ayats Chapter: On the Recommendation to meet together for recitation Chapter: On the excellence of the adhan Chapter: On the excellence of the prayers Chapter: On the excellence of walking to the mosque Chapter: On the excellence of waiting for the prayer Chapter: On the excellence of the Group prayer Chapter: On the command to persevere in the prescribed prayers and the strongest prohibition against abandoning them Chapter: On the Excellence of the first row and the command to complete the first rows and make them straight and close together Chapter: On the sunna of Dhuhr Chapter: On the sunna before and after Maghrib Chapter: The recommendation to pray voluntary prayers at home but not obligatory prayers.
Chapter: On encouraging performance of the Witr prayer and clarification that it is confirmed, and making its time clear … Chapter: The Excellence of the Duha prayer, clarification of its minimum, maximum and middle size, and the encouragement to persevere in doing it Chapter: Permission to pray Duha from the time the sun is high until noon.
It is best to pray it when it is very hot and well into mid-morning Supplication on Friday and the prayer on the Prophet. Clarification of the time when supplication is answered.
Chapter: On the recommendation to perform the prostration of gratitude when one obtains a blessing or an affliction is averted Chapter: On the excellence of rising in the night to pray Chapter: The recommendation to pray at night in Ramadan — that is the tarawih prayers Chapter: On the excellence of praying in the Night of Power Chapter: The excellence of the siwak and the qualities of the natural form fitra Chapter: Stressing the obligation of zakat and clarification of its excellence and what is connected to it Chapter: On the obligation to fast Ramadan and clarification of the excellence of fasting and what is connected to it Chapter: On generosity, charity and doing much good in the month of Ramadan, and increasing that in the last ten days of the month Chapter: On what one says when seeing the new moon Chapter: The excellence of suhur and delaying it as long as one does not fear the approach of dawn Chapter: On commanding the faster to guard his tongue and limbs from incorrect actions, verbal abuse and the like Chapter: On questions regarding fasting Chapter: On the recommendation to fast six days of Shawwal Chapter: On the recommendation to fast Mondays and Thursdays Chapter: On the recommendation to fast three days of every month Chapter: On the excellence giving the faster something with which to break the fast, and the excellence of the faster when people eat in his presence and the supplication of the one who eats for what is eaten Book of Hajj The excellence of Jihad Chapter: On the excellence of freeing slaves Chapter: On the excellence of being good to slaves Chapter: On the excellence of a slave who fulfils the right he owes Allah and the right of his masters Chapter: The excellence of worship in times of violent turbulence, which is confusion, civil strife and the like Chapter: the excellence of knowledge Chapter: On the excellence of praise and thankfulness Chapter: On the prayer on the Messenger of Allah Chapter: On the excellence of dhikr and encouraging it Chapter: What one says when going to sleep and waking up Chapter: on the excellence of circles of dhikr, and the recommendation to join them and the prohibition against parting from them without excuse Chapter: On dhikr morning and evening Chapter: On what to say when going to sleep Chapter: On the excellence of supplication Chapter: on the excellence of supplication for those who are absent Chapter: Various matters concerning supplication Chapter: The miracles of the friends of Allah and their excellence Chapter: The prohibition against backbiting and the command to guard the tongue Chapter: On the prohibition against listening to backbiting.
The command that someone who hears backbiting should refute it or object to it being said.
If he is unable to do that or the speaker does not accept his objection, then he should leave that gathering if he can. Chapter: On what is permitted in talking about people Chapter: On the prohibition against slander, which is carrying tales between people in order to create trouble Chapter: on the censure of being two-faced Chapter: On the prohibition against lying Chapter: On the clarification of what lying is permitted Chapter: On the encouragement to verify what one says and relates Chapter: On the clarification of the severe prohibition against giving false witness Chapter: On the prohibition against cursing a man or an animal Chapter: On the permission to curse some of those who rebel against Allah without specifying them Chapter: On the prohibition against abusing a Muslim without cause Chapter: On forbidding injury Chapter: On forbidding mutual rancour, cutting one other off and mutual hostility Chapter: On the prohibition against envy Chapter: On the prohibition against spying Chapter: On the prohibition against having a bad opinion of the Muslims unnecessarily Chapter: On forbidding against despising the Muslims Chapter: On the prohibition against cheating and deceit