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The Advice of Asmaa bint Abu Bakr (ra) to her son Abdullah Ibn Zubair (ra)

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  • The Advice of Asmaa bint Abu Bakr (ra) to her son Abdullah Ibn Zubair (ra)

    Below are the words of advise Asmaa bint Abu Bakr radiallaahu anha gave to her son at the age of over 100 years and he himself was over 60 years of age defending this deen and Allah (subhanna wa ta ala) had granted them the preservation of their faculties and vigour! May Allah Have Mercy upon them.Ameen.

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    Re: The Advice of Asmaa bint Abu Bakr (ra) to her son Abdullah Ibn Zubair (ra)

    Another thing not mentioned was the advice of Asma radhi yAllaahu 'anhaa when she told him to keep his covering on tight, so that his awrah wouldn't become exposed should anything happen to him.
    Little things like that many today wouldn't consider a big deal, yet every little detail was a big thing to them.
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      Re: The Advice of Asmaa bint Abu Bakr (ra) to her son Abdullah Ibn Zubair (ra)

      May Allah bless those great people,

      But who heard the conversation between Asmaa bint Abu Bakr (ra) and her son Abdullah Ibn Zubair (ra) ? Seems like a private conversation.

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        Re: The Advice of Asmaa bint Abu Bakr (ra) to her son Abdullah Ibn Zubair (ra)

        Is this a Hadith?

        But Mashallah it's beautiful, we are nothin near the salaf may Allah be please wih them all

        And jazakallahu khayr for the post.

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          Re: The Advice of Asmaa bint Abu Bakr (ra) to her son Abdullah Ibn Zubair (ra)

          Originally posted by Umm-Luqman View Post
          Is this a Hadith?
          hadeeth means a statement of the prophet, i think u meant to ask is this an athar. an athar means narration, even tho hadeeth and athar were used interchangeably, it became a norm for the scholars to use hadeeth for a saying of the prophet and athar for every other statement.

          Either way, i don quite understand your question, do u mean to ask who narrated it? If so, i'll try finding out for you, tho it'll b tough.
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            Re: The Advice of Asmaa bint Abu Bakr (ra) to her son Abdullah Ibn Zubair (ra)

            Originally posted by TheAuthenticBase View Post
            hadeeth means a statement of the prophet, i think u meant to ask is this an athar. an athar means narration, even tho hadeeth and athar were used interchangeably, it became a norm for the scholars to use hadeeth for a saying of the prophet and athar for every other statement.

            Either way, i don quite understand your question, do u mean to ask who narrated it? If so, i'll try finding out for you, tho it'll b tough.
            Lol sorry I didn't had my coffee today. Yes I meant athar. No never mind even though it would e great. Did someone told you the story?

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              Re: The Advice of Asmaa bint Abu Bakr (ra) to her son Abdullah Ibn Zubair (ra)

              Originally posted by TheAuthenticBase View Post
              hadeeth means a statement of the prophet, i think u meant to ask is this an athar. an athar means narration, even tho hadeeth and athar were used interchangeably, it became a norm for the scholars to use hadeeth for a saying of the prophet and athar for every other statement.

              Either way, i don quite understand your question, do u mean to ask who narrated it? If so, i'll try finding out for you, tho it'll b tough.
              Yes, who narrated this? Was it Asma radhi yAllaahu 'anhaa herself that narrated it or was it someone that 1 of them told?
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                Re: The Advice of Asmaa bint Abu Bakr (ra) to her son Abdullah Ibn Zubair (ra)

                So its just a fake story then ?

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                • #9
                  Re: The Advice of Asmaa bint Abu Bakr (ra) to her son Abdullah Ibn Zubair (ra)

                  Originally posted by Sabeel Ameer View Post
                  So its just a fake story then ?
                  Lets not jump into conclusion, he is maybe looking for it. :o

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                  • #10
                    Re: The Advice of Asmaa bint Abu Bakr (ra) to her son Abdullah Ibn Zubair (ra)

                    Originally posted by Sabeel Ameer View Post
                    So its just a fake story then ?
                    Its not a fake story.
                    It happened.
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                      Re: The Advice of Asmaa bint Abu Bakr (ra) to her son Abdullah Ibn Zubair (ra)

                      Originally posted by Mikha’eel View Post
                      Its not a fake story.
                      It happened.
                      How can you be so confident about it ? There are lots and lots of fake stories out there. Just because by people talking about the 'stories' about 400 years, the 'stories' become 'real incidents'. Everyone should be careful about the conversations and remarks related to the Sahabas(RA). That should only be done with proofs and solid bases.

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