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  • Curious George
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    Originally posted by Dhurrah View Post
    Ayesha (RadiyAllahu Anha) narrates: The Holy Prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam) used to do siwaak. He would (thereafter) give me the siwaak to wash. I would firstly do siwaak with it myself; then I would wash it and give it to him. (Abu Dawud)
    instead of the word holy, refer to our prophet muhammad (s) as something else like noble inshAllah. holy is derived from old english n paganism which is very offensive

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  • ImaanSeeker
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    Anas ibn Malik, RadiAllahu Anhu, narrates:

    "I saw the Prophet :saw: making for her (Safiya RadiAllahu Anha) a kind of cushion with his cloak behind him (on his camel). He then sat beside his camel and put his knee for Safiya to put her foot on, in order to ride (on the camel)."


    [Sahih Al-Bukhari]


    :saw:

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  • Dhurrah
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    Ayesha (RadiyAllahu Anha) narrates: The Holy Prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi wa Sallam) used to do siwaak. He would (thereafter) give me the siwaak to wash. I would firstly do siwaak with it myself; then I would wash it and give it to him. (Abu Dawud)

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  • Khadijeh
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    WOW Thats beautiful:D

    Allahumma Salli 3ala Mu7ammad

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  • Jenicca
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    :jkk: for bumping this thread.

    I've been looking for this.

    Originally posted by AbuOmar_Alfarsi
    A'isha said: I came to the Prophet (sal Allah alaihi wasalam ) with some harirah الحريرة) that I had cooked for him, and told Sawdah (another wife of the Prophet) - as the Prophet was sitting between me and her - 'Eat'*.

    She refused so I said 'Either you eat or I will fill your face!' She still refused so I put my hand in the harirah and daubed her face with it. The Prophet laughed, put some harirah in her hand and told her: 'Do the same to her!"

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  • ImaanSeeker
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    Once, years after Khadijah (radiAllahu anha) died, the Beloved Prophet :saw: came across a necklace that she once wore. When he saw it, he remembered her and began to cry and mourn.

    His love for her never died, so much so, that his later wife Ayesha (radiAllahu anha) once felt jealous of her. Once she asked the Prophet :saw: if Khadijah (radiAllahu anha) had been the

    only woman worthy of his love. The Beloved Prophet :saw: replied:
    Source

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  • ImaanSeeker
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    Originally posted by AbuOmar_Alfarsi
    A'isha said: I came to the Prophet (sal Allah alaihi wasalam ) with some harirah الحريرة) that I had cooked for him, and told Sawdah (another wife of the Prophet) - as the Prophet was sitting between me and her - 'Eat'*.

    She refused so I said 'Either you eat or I will fill your face!' She still refused so I put my hand in the harirah and daubed her face with it. The Prophet laughed, put some harirah in her hand and told her: 'Do the same to her!"
    :saw:

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  • Soliloquy
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    !:jkk:

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  • faithheals
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    Originally posted by ImaanSeeker View Post
    [COLOR="rgb(0, 0, 0)"]”Verily, there has come to you a Messenger from amongst yourselves. It grieves him that you should experience any injury or difficulty. He is anxious over you; for the believers, he is full of pity, kind, and merciful.“ [at-Tawbah; 128][/COLOR]

    ‘A’ishah narrated:

    “Once, when I saw the Prophet in a good mood, I said to him: “O Messenger of Allah! Supplicate to Allah for me!”

    So, he said: “O Allah! Forgive ‘A’ishah her past and future sins, what she has hidden, as well as what she has made apparent.“

    So, I began smiling, to the point that my head fell into my lap out of joy.

    The Messenger of Allah said to me: “Does my supplication make you happy?“

    I replied: “And how can your supplication not make me happy?”

    He then said: “By Allah, it is the supplication that I make for my Ummah in every prayer.“

    وعن عائشة قالت: لما رأيت من النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم طيب نفس قلت: يا رسول الله ادع الله لي، قال: "اللهم اغفر لعائشة ما تقدم من ذنبها وما تأخر وما أسرت وما أعلنت" فضحكت عائشة حتى سقط رأسها في حجرها من الضحك، فقال رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم: "أيسرك دعائي؟". فقالت: وما لي لا يسرني دعاؤك؟! فقال: "والله إنها لدعوتي لأمتي في كل صلاة


    Reported in Majma' az-Zawaa'id (#15327) and it is in ‘as-Silsilah as-Sahihah (#2254)
    SubhAllah aww so beautiful, MashAllah. :jkk:

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  • ImaanSeeker
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    Nice to be back, bro.

    Hope you're doing well.

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  • Medievalist
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    subhanALLAH

    :saw:

    :jkk:

    Hafiz Sahib, you've been missed.

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  • ImaanSeeker
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  • Khushboo
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    How sweet! MasaAllah

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  • ImaanSeeker
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    Bro Hekmaa once posted:

    Originally posted by Hekmaa View Post
    Once the prophet s.a.w. was sitting in a room with Aisha r.a. and fixing his shoes. It was very warm, and Aisha looked to his blessed forehead and noticed that there were beads of sweat on it. She became overwhelmed by the majesty of that sight, and she was staring at him long enough for him to notice.

    He (sallaAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam) said, "What's the matter?"

    She replied, "If Abu Bukair Al-Huthali, the poet, saw you, he would know that his poem was written for you."

    The Prophet (sallaAllahu 'alaihi wa sallam) asked, "What did he say?"

    She replied, "Abu Bukair said that if you looked to the majesty of the moon, it twinkles and lights up the world for everybody to see."

    So the Prophet (salla Allahu 'alaihi wa sallam) got up, walked to Aisha, kissed her between the eyes, and said, "Wallahi ya Aisha, you are like that to me and more." (Dala'el Al-Nubuwa) This was narrated in Dala'el Al-Nubuwa for Imam Abu Nu'aim with isnad including Imam Bukhari and Imam Ibn Khuzaina.

    There are many narration that prove the love and affection shown by Aisha RA towards Rasoolullah SAW in one day. Today our sisters feel like they have to put a figure on how many times they can receive loving words from their husbands or how many times they can say it. Any more or less then it is suppose to be a facade. This is all the way of the kuffar. One is allowed to express themselves a million times and more to their spouse, with the same word, or a million different words, until the hearts content. The reward of good is only good.

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  • IDK
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    Originally posted by ImaanSeeker View Post
    Love of the Prophet (saw)

    Of the Prophet’s wives(ra) in Medina, it is clear that it was A’ishah that he loved the most. From time to time, one or another of his Companions would ask him who it was that he loved the most…

    The Prophet(saw) did not always give the same answer to this question, for he felt great love for many - for his wives(ra), for his daughters by Khadijah(ra), for their children, for Abu Bakr(ra) and ‘Umar(ra) and ‘Uthman(ra) and Ali(ra), and for many of his Companions and community - but of his wives the only one whom he named in this connection was A’ishah(ra). She too loved him greatly in return and often would seek reassurance from him that he loved her.

    “How is your love for me?”
    she once asked.

    “Like the rope’s knot,” he replied, meaning that it was strong and secure.

    Many times after that she would ask, “How is the knot?”

    and he would reply: ” ‘Ala haaliha” “The same as ever!”


    Source: “Companions of The Prophet”, Vol.1 by Abdul Wahid Hamid.
    The prophet saws loved Khadija ra the most for all time, after her death, from the wives which were alive he loved Aisha ra the most but not including Khadija ra. Either way both are great women, but hadith state otherwise

    People are misunderstood for this matter:

    Allaah’s Messenger (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) said about her in the last part of this hadeeth, as reported by ‘Aa’ishah: “Allaah’s Messenger would not leave from my house until he has mentioned Khadeejah and praised her. So one day, he praised her in my presence and I felt jealousy, so I said: ‘What was she but an old woman. Allaah has replaced her for you with someone better (meaning herself).’ So he became angry to the point that the front of his hair convulsed due to his anger. He then said: ‘No by Allaah, He has not replaced for me someone better than her. She believed in me when the people rejected me. And she held me to be honest when the people said I was a liar. And she supported me with her wealth when the people withheld from me. Allaah blessed me with children through her when He prevented me from having children from other women.’ So I said to myself: ‘I will never mention her in a bad way again.’” [Reported by Al-Bukhaaree, Muslim and Ahmad]

    Once Aisha asked him if Khadijah had been the only woman worthy of his love. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) replied: "She believed in me when no one else did; she accepted Islam when people rejected me; and she helped and comforted me when there was no one else to lend me a helping hand." It had been related by Abu Hurairah (may Allah be pleased with him) that on one occasion, when Khadijah was still alive, Jibril came to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and said, "O Messenger of Allah, Khadijah is just coming with a bowl of soup (or food or drink) for you. When she comes to you, give her greetings of peace from her Lord and from me, and give her the good news of a palace of jewels in the Garden, where there will be neither any noise nor any tiredness."

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