Salam, Could you please help me I'm trying to verify this Hadith - have read that it is in Al Kafi vol2 page 6 however I don't have the book. Can you clarify if it is indeed authentic and which book I can sight it in, as I would like to know the Arabic Hadith (I assume it would say "blessed" instead of lucky" "Lucky is the woman whose first child is a daughter - prophet Muhammad pbuh&hf"
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Can you please provide me with the reference for the following hadith: "as salatu miraajul mumineen"
Please let me know the religious significance of NAVROZ
What were the eating habits of the Ahlulbayt (as).
How often during the day did they eat?
What types of proteins/carbs/fats did they consume?
On fasting days would they have both suhoor and iftar?
What did they drink?
on ten Moharam why shia dont keep fast where as per Hadees Prophet Muhmmad PBUH keep fast on ten Moharam and also said about to FAST
why SHIA do faqa instead of Roza??? It was narrated on the authority of Abu Hurayrah, may Allaah be pleased with him, that the Prophet, sallallaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam, said: "The best fasting after Ramadan is the month of Muharram." [Muslim, An-Nasaa’i, Abu Daawood and others]
i would request the authentication of the narration which shows Imam’s (as) know their followers before their creation observe,
The Quran says Allah forgives all sins.
The Sunni Hadith below seems to imply that Allah only accepts repentance for drinking alcohol three times and after that repentance will not be accepted?
According to MASOMEEN as which age is considered as a youth age? Kindly mention the age span in which person is considered as young according to Hadith?
I would like to have A Clarification on the matter we often hear from minibars about Holy personalities visiting the mosques/or places were majaalises of Imam Hussain (a) are being held. We often hear , especially during masaeb that Bibi Fatema (a) visits the place were Majlis -e-Hussain (a) is being held. Or sometimes its Bibi Zainab(a) or our 4th holy Imam (s) and they sit near the shoes of believers crying for Imam(a).
Kindly explain 1. The reality of this claim/belief
In Mafatih it is mentioned that reciting poetry (even if it belongs to Haqq) on Shab-e-Jumma and Friday makes all the ibadaat performed during that time as reward-less.
What is the ruling of Haji Agha on this? Can we recite Naat, Qasida, Manqabat on Shab-e-Jumma and Friday?