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This answer was collected from the official website of Darul Uloom Deoband Waqf. The institution is based in India and the answers are provided in accordance to the Hanafi Fiqh.

A person who offers forty prayers consecutively in my Masjid (Masjid Nabawi), without missing a prayer … hadith in regards of sanad and maton(text)?

Answered by Darulifta Deoband Waqf

A person who offers forty prayers consecutively in my Masjid (Masjid Nabawi), without missing a prayer in between, will secure immunity from the fire of Hell, and from other punishments and also from hypocrisy. (Musnad e Ahmad – Musnad Anas Bin Malik, Hadith No. 12583) what is the standard(sahih/hasan/dhaif) of the above mentioned hadith in… read more »

Wrongfully accusing someone.

Answered by DarulUloomTT.net

Q. I am a practicing Muslim and I was recently accused of doing black magic to some close family members who are also practicing Muslims who wear parda and the whole works. They said I did thing to them for them to not see their way and they closed their gates on me when I… read more »

Severity of Regularly Missing Salaah

Answered by DarulUloomTT.net

Q: Assalamu Alaykum   1. Are there any narrations which mention the severity or sin of regularly missing the beginning of Salah with Jamat, i.e. missing the first takbeer and/or rakats? 2. Would there be any valid reasons or excuses in Shariah for habitually missing the first takbir and/or rakats? A: Wa Alaikum As Salaam, The… read more »

Men wearing gold.

Answered by DarulUloomTT.net

Q. How come we’re not able to wear gold? I know the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him only wore silver and we all follow him but is there any other reason? A. The prohibition for men to wear gold is on account of the clear directives of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A). In one narration,… read more »

Authencity of a hadith and books.

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Q. What is the authencity of this hadith: A person neglecting his salaat (even though he makes it up later) shall remain in Hell for a period of one Haqb. A Haqb is equal to eighty years of three hundred and sixty days each, and a day in the Hereafter shall equal one thousand years… read more »

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