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    1.Bukhari, Kitab' al-Iman. 70. Muslim 1:49.

    2.Muslim 2/721, Abu Dawud 2/121, Nisa'i 1/142.

    3.Bukhari 2:969, Muslim 4:1815.

    4.Majma' al-Zawa'id 7:33.

    5.Bayhaqi and ibn 'Asakir. Majma' al- Zawa'id 7:33.

    6.Muslim 7:81.

    7.Abu Dawud 1:103, Bayhaqi, Sunan, 1:113.

    8.Bukhari 2:967, Muslim 3:1489.

    9.Comprehensive speech is the ability to state the most profound truths very clearly in few words. Second to the Qur'an themost comprehensive expression undoubtedly belongs to the Prophet, may blessings and peace be upon him.

    10.To be supported by terror is Allah's striking terror into the hearts of his enemies so that they are at a disadvantage before the actual confrontation takes place.

    11.Bukhari 3:1087.

    12.Bukhari, Bab al- 'Ilm ,13, Muslim, Zakat: 100.

    13.Bayhaqi in Dala'il 3/252 , al-Hakim, Mustadrak, 3:334.

    14.Abu Nu'aym, Dala'il 1:172, Bayhaqi, and ibn Sa'd.

    15.Bukhari in Tarikh, Tabarani, and Bayhaqi.

    16.Bukhari 4:1483

    17.Ibn 'Abdal-Barr, Al-Isti'ab fi Ma'rifat' il Ashab, 3:1415.

    18.Suyuti, al-Khasa'is al-Kubra, 2:291.

    19.The Prophet is here doing tawassul with his own blessed self.

    20.Suyuti, al-Khasa'is al-Kubra, 2:290.

    21.Majma' al- Zawa'id, 9:405.

    22.Majma' al- Zawa'id, 9:405. Baghawi, Bayhaqi.

    23.Majma' al- Zawa'id 9:409 ibn Sa'd, Bayhaqi.

    24.The kunya is the respectful Arab way of calling their elders Abu Fulan, Father of so and so, in the Prophet's case: Abu'l-Qasim.

    25.Bukhari in Tarikh, Bayhaqi, and Majma'al-Zawa'id 8:48.

    26.Majma' al-Zawa'id 8:48.

    27.Majma'al- Zawa'id 8:54, ibn 'Asakir, and Abu Ya'la .

    28.Al-Zubayr ibn Bakkar.

    29.Ahmad 5:77, 5:340, Bayhaqi in Dala'il 6:210.

    30.Abu Nu'aym, Bazzar.

    31.Bukhari 1/87.

    32.Majma' al-Zawa'id 9:405.

    33.Majma' al-Zawa'id 9:405.

    34.Ahmad 5/67, ibn Sa'd.


    35.Majma' al-Zawa'id 9:402.

    36.Majma' al-Zawa'id 9:401

    37.Al-Hakim 3:677, Majma 'al-Zawa'id 9:412.

    38.Majma' al-Zawa'id 9:41.

    39.Ahmad 5:28 Bayhaqi.


    41.Tabarani, al-mu'jam al-Saghir, 1/77.

    42.Ibn Sa'd, Abu Nu'aym, Bukhari in Tarikh, Baghawi.

    43.Tirmidhi 3627.

    44.Ibn Hisham 1:482.

    45.Ibn Maja 2/774 , Ibn Abi Shayba 6/13.

    46.Bukhari, manaqib, 38, 1/56.

    47.Muslim 1:341.

    48.This is the Companion's polite manner of saying he used to have relations with her.

    49.Ibn Hisham 2/417.

    50.Bayhaqi, Suyuti, al-Khasa'is al-Kubra, 2/95.

    51.Suyuti, al-Khasa'is al-Kubra 2:93, Bayhaqi and ibn 'Asakir.

    52.Bukhari 3/1117 Muslim 3/1611

    53.Majma'al-Zawa'id 8:305

    54.Majma' al-Zasa'id 8:306

    55.Majma' al-Zawa'id 8:308-309

    56.Majma' al-Zawa'id 8:307.

    57.Bayhaqi, Abu Nu'aym, Suyuti 2:216.

    58.Muslim 4: 1783.

    59.Muslim 4: 1783.

    60.Muslim 4: 1783.

    61.Ibn Mas'ud, being one of the earliest Muslims and one of the most knowledgeable, realized what an opportunity it was to drink this most blessed water, to purify himself inwardly with it.

    62.Majma'al-Zawa'id 8:300.

    63.Majma'al-Zawa'id 8:300.

    64.Majma' al-Zawa'id 8:301.

    65.Al-Hakim, Tabarani, Bayhaqi, Abu Nu'aym, Baghawi, ibn Shahin, Suyuti 1:466.

    66.Ibn Sa'd , Abu Nu'aym, Suyuti 1:469

    67.Tabarani in Kabir 3:1, Abu Nu'aym in Dala'il 1:152.

    68.Ahmad 5:354.

    69.Majma' al-Zawa'id 8:298-299.

    70.Ibn Sa'd, 1/188, Bayhaqi.

    71.Bayhaqi, Dala'il, 2/370.

    72.Abdal Razzaq, al-Zubayr ibn Bakkar, ibn Abdal Barr 3/879.

    73.Ibn Hibban 14/430.

    74.Tabarani in Kabir 3/203 Ibn Hisham .

    75.Muslim 3/1402.

    76.Ibn Sa'd, ibn Jarir, ibn Abi Hatim, Bayhaqi, Abu Nu'aym, ibn Ishaq. Suyuti 1:571.

    77.Bayhaqi in Dala'il 4/71. Waqidi 2/832.

    78.Tirmidhi 5/72 Nisa'i 7:111.

    79.Ibn Hisham 1/421.

    80.Al-Isaba 5/519.

    81.Bayhaqi, Sunan 6/363. Ibn Sa'd, Tabaqat 3:124.

    82.Tabari, Tarikh.

    83.Muslim 4/1812, Ahmad 3/137.

    84.Bukhari 376.

    85.Bukhari 3553.

    86.Ibn Hisham 1:499, Ibn Hibban 5:448.

    87.Ahmad 6:104.

    88.Al-Hakim, 3:160.

    89.The host is the main body of the army towards which one can retreat to regroup and return to the fight.

    90.Abu Dawud 3:107 Tirmidhi, ibn Maja, Ahmad.

    91.Majma'al- Zawa'id 9:389

    92.Abu Dawud 5:393 Majma' al-Zawa'id 8:42

    93.Ibn 'Asakir , Tabarani, Majma'al-Zawa'id, 8/42.

    94.Majma'al-Zawa'id 8:42

    95.Majma'al-Zawa'id 9:325

    96.Majma'al-Zawa'id 9:325

    97.Suyuti, al-Khasa'is al-Kubra, 2:200, Bazzar, and Abu Nu'aym.

    98.Al-Hakim, 1:190.

    99.Ibn Abi Shayba 3:450.

    100.Samhudi, Khulasat'al-Wafa 210-211.

    101.Bukhari, Riqaq, 38.

  • #2
    Re: The Hand of the Prophet

    Assalaamu Alaikum

    Brother, you should give the source of this article as it looks like you wrote it yourself.


    • #3
      Re: The Hand of the Prophet

      Originally posted by Abu Haleena View Post
      Assalaamu Alaikum

      Brother, you should give the source of this article as it looks like you wrote it yourself.
      He really should start posting sources ....


      • #4
        Re: The Hand of the Prophet

        it's by Dr. Mostafa al-Badawi


        • #5
          Re: The Hand of the Prophet

          subhan allah



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