The Translation Of The Meanings Of Some Traditions Of Prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him
128 Pages
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The Translation Of The Meanings Of Some Traditions Of Prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him

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128 Pages
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HADITH , TRANSLATION , PROPHETS , ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE

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Published 01 January 2000
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THE TRANSLATION OF THE MEANINGS OF SOME
TRADITIONS OF PROPHET MUHAMMAD (peace be upon him)
يﺎﻌﻣ ﺔﻤﺟﺮﺗ (ﻢﻠﺳ و ﻪﻴﻠﻋ ﻪـﻠـﻟا ﲆﺻ) ﺪﻤﺤﻣ لﻮﺳﺮﻟا ﺚﻳدﺎﺣأ ﺾﻌﺑ (translated from Arabic into English)
Prepared by Dr. Muhammad Ali Alkhuliﱄﻮﺨﻟا ﲇﻋ ﺪﻤﺤﻣ رﻮﺘﻛﺪﻟا داﺪﻋإ
Publisher: DAR ALFALAH P.O. Box 818 Swaileh 11910 Jordan Tel & Fax 009626-5411547  ISBN 9957 – 401 – 10 – 1 (ﻚﻣدر)
Copyright 1990, the Publisher All Rights Reserved
Fourth Edition, 2000
 ISBN 9957 – 401 – 10 – 1 (ﻚﻣدر) Publisher: DAR ALFALAH FOR PUBLICATION & DISTRIBUTION Mail Adress : P.O. Box 818 Swaileh 11910, Jordan. Tel & Fax 009626 - 5411547
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210 ALK : ALKULI, MUHAMMAD ALI TRADITIONS OF PROPHET MUHAMMADMUHAMMAD ALI ALKHULI - AMMAN ( S.N ), 1990(124) P DEP . NO (474 / 7 / 1990) 1- MUHAMMAD THE PROPHET 1- TITLE (ﺔﻴﻨﻃﻮﻟا ﺔﺒﺘﻜﳌا ﺔﻓﺮﻌ ﺔﺳﺮﻬﻔﻟا ﺖ)
 ﻞﺴﻠﺴﺘﳌا ةزﺎﺟﻹا ﻢﻗر
 (ندرﻷا – ﴩﻨﻟا و تﺎﻋﻮﺒﻄﳌا ﺔﻳﺮﻳﺪﻣ)
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ﺔﻇﻮﻔﺤﻣ قﻮﻘﺤﻟا ﻊﻴﻤﺟ
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ﻢﻴﺣﺮﻟا ﻦﻤﺣﺮﻟا ﻪـﻠـﻟا ﻢﺴﺑ
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PREFACE
Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, was born in 570 A.D. in Makkah in the Arabian Peninsula. In 610 A.D. and when he was forty years of age, he received revelation from Allah, i.e., God, through Angel Gabriel, who conveyed to Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, the first verses of the Holy Quran, which continued to be revealed in a piecemeal manner for twenty – three years,i.e., until the death of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, at the age of sixty – three.
The Holy Quran is the exact of Allah,i.e., God, and is the main source of Islam. The second source of Islam ishadith, i.e., the traditions of Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. These traditions were also revealed to Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, by Allah. However, the difference between the revelation of the Holy Quran and the revelation of traditions is that the Holy Quran was revealed in words and meanings, whereas the traditions were revealed in meanings only. These prophetic
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traditions include three types: what Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, said, what he did, and what he approved of.
 The prophetic traditions are an essentital part of Islam, a fact confirmed by Allah in the Holy Quran. These traditions explain the Holy Quran, or practically show how to perform acts of worship mentioned in the Holy Quran, or give details about brief Quranic verses, or specialize general indications in a Quranic verse, or add restrictions to it. A Muslim is to obey Allah through abiding by the Holy Quran and abiding by the prophetic traditions, because these traditions are revealed by Allah as well.  In this book, I present some prophetic traditions to give the reader an idea about the magnificence and greatness of Islam. These selected traditions deal with a variety of topics: faith, knowledge, purification, prayer, funerals, the poor-rate, fasting, the Holy Quran, supplications, pilgrimage, business transactions, marriage, oaths, retaliation, prescribed punishments, rulers, judges, struggle for the sake of Allah, foods, colthing, general behavior, this life, and the other life.  Of course, the prophetic traditions are originally in
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Arabic. What appears here is the translation of their meanings.
 I ask Allah to help us all to obey Him and spread His word Amen.
Dr. Muhammad Ali Alkhuli
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CONTENTS
Preface ……………………………………………………….5
Chapter 1. Some Traditions about Faith ………………...10
Chapter 2. Some Traditions about Knowledge …………16
Chapter 3. Some Traditions about Purification …………18
Chapter 4. Some Traditions about Prayer ……………....21
Chapter 5. Some Traditions about Funerals ………..…..28
Chapter 6. Some Traditions aboutZakat………….…….31
Chapter 7. Some Traditions about Fasting ………..……40
Chapter 8. Some Traditions about the Holy Quran …....43
Chapter 9. Some Traditions about Supplications ………45
Chapter 10. Some Traditions about Pilgrimage ………..48
Chapter
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Some Traditions about Business Transactions …………………………...50
Chapter 12. Some Traditions about Marriage ……..…...62
Chapter 13. Some Traditions about Oaths ……………...69
Chapter 14. Some Traditions about Retaliation ………..70
Chapter
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Some Traditions about Prescribed Penalties………………….…………….75
Chapter 16. Some Traditions about the Offices of Commander and Judge …………….……78
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Chapter 17. Some Traditions aboutJihad………………85
Chapter
Chapter
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Some Traditions about Foods and clothing………………………...……….89
Some Traditions about General Behavior………………………..……..93
Chapter 20. Some Traditions about This Life and the Other Life ………………………………...116
References …………………………………………….….123
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