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1601 - Ibn 'Abbas, may Allah be pleased with them, reported: The moon was split up during the

life time of
Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him).

1602 - Abu Musa, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)
said: There is none to show more patience at listening to the most irksome things than Allah, the Exalted
and Glorious. Partnership is associated to Him (polytheism), and (fatherhood) of a child is attributed to
Him, but in spite of this He protects them (those who attribute such things to Him) and provides them
sustenance.

1603 - 'Abdullah bin Qais, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) said: none is more forbearing in listening to the most irksome things than Allah, the Exalted.
They associate rivals to him, attribute sonhood to Him, but in spite of this He provides them sustenance,
grants them safety, confers upon them so many things.

1604 - Anas bin Malik, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: Allah, the Exalted and High, would say to one who will have to undergo the least torture (on the
Day of Resurrection): Would you like to go as ransom if you had all worldly riches; he would say: Yes.
Allah would say to him: When you were in the loins of Adam, I demanded from you something easier than
this that you should not associate anything with Me. (The narrator says): I think He also said: I would not
cause you to enter Hell-Fire but you defied and attributed Divinity (to other besides Me).

1605 - Anas bin Malik, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: A person said: Allah's Messenger, how
the non-believers would be made to assemble on the Day of Resurrection (by crawling) on their faces?
Thereupon he (the Messenger) said: Is He Who is powerful to make them walk on their feet is not powerful
enough to make them (crawl) upon their faces on the Day of Resurrection?

1606 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The similitude of a believer is that of (a standing) crop which the air continues to toss from one
side to another; in the same way a believer always (receives the strokes) of misfortune. The similitude of a
hypocrite is that of a cypress tree which does not move until it is uprooted.

1607 - Ka'b, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) said:
the similitude of a believer is that of a standing crop in a field which is shaken by wind and then it comes to
its original position but it stands at its roots. The similitude of a non-believer is that of a cypress tree which
stands on its roots and nothing shakes it but it is uprooted (with) one (violent stroke).

1608 - 'Abdullah bin 'Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) said: There is a tree among trees, the leaves of which do not wither and that is like a Muslim; tell
me which that (tree) can be? The people began to think of the trees of the forest. 'Abdullah said: I thought
that it could be the date-palm tree, but I felt hesitant (to say that). They (the Companions) then said: Allah's
Messenger, (kindly) tell us which that can be? Thereupon he said: It is the date-palm tree. I made a mention
of that to 'Umar, whereupon he said: Had you said that it meant the date-palm tree, this statement of yours
(would have been dearer to me) than such and such things.

1609 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: None among you would attain salvation purely because of his deeds. A person said: Allah's
Messenger, even you also? Thereupon he said: Yes. Not even I, but that Allah wraps me in Mercy, but you
should act with moderation.

1610 - Al-Mughirah bin Shu'bah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace
be upon him) worshipped so much that his feet were swollen. It was said to him: Why do you undergo so
much hardship despite the fact that Allah has pardoned for you your earlier and later sins? Thereupon he
said: May I not (prove myself) to be a grateful servant (of Allah)?

1611 - 'A'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, reported: When Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) occupied himself in the Prayer, he observed such a (long) qiam (posture of standing in the Prayer) that
his feet were swollen. 'A'ishah said: Allah's Messenger, you do this (in spite of the fact) that your earlier
and later sins have been pardoned for you? Thereupon, he said: 'A'ishah, should I not prove myself to be a
thanks giving servant (of Allah)?

1612 - 'Abdullah bin Mas'ud's Hadith, may Allah be pleased with him. Shaqiq bin Salamah reported: We
were sitting at the door of 'Abdullah (bin Mas'ud) waiting for him (to come out and deliver a sermon to us).
It was at this time that there happened to pass by us Yazid bin Mu'awiah Al-Nakha'i. We said: Inform him
('Abdullah bin Mas'ud) of our presence here. He went in and 'Abdullah bin Mas'ud lost no time in coming
out to us and said: I was informed of your presence here but nothing hindered me to come out to you but
the fact that I did not like to bore you (by stuffing your minds with sermons) as Allah's Messenger (may
peace be upon him) did not deliver us sermon on certain days fearing that it might prove to be boring for
us.

1613 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: Allah, the Exalted and Glorious, said: I have prepared for My pious servants which no eye (has
ever) seen, no ear has (ever) heard and no human heart has ever perceived those bounties leaving apart
(those bounties) about which Allah has informed you. So no soul knows what refreshment of the eyes is
hidden for them: a reward for what they did

1614 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: In Paradise, there is a tree under the shadow of which a rider can travel for a hundred years.

1615 - Sahl bin Sa'd, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)
said: In Paradise, there is a tree under the shadow of which a rider can travel for a hundred years without
covering (the distance) completely.

1616 - Abu Sa'id Al-Khudri, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) said: In Paradise, there is a tree under the shadow of which a rider of a fine and swift-footed
horse would travel for a hundred years without covering the distance completely.

1617 - Abu Sa'id Al-Khudri, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) said that Allah would say to the inmates of Paradise: O Dwellers of Paradise, and they would
say in response: At your service and pleasure, our Lord, the good is in Your Hand. He (the Lord) would
say: Are you well pleased now? They would say: Why should we not be pleased, O Lord, when You have
given us what You have not given to any of Your creatures? He would, however, say: May I not give you
(something) even more excellent than that? And they would say: O Lord, what can be more excellent than
this? And I would say: I will cause My pleasure to alight upon you and I will never be afterwards annoyed
with you.

1618 - Sahl bin Sa'd, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)
said: The inmates of Paradise will look to the upper apartment of Paradise as you see the planets in the sky.

1619 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Abu Al-Qasim (the Holy Prophet) (may
peace be upon him) said: The (members) of the first group to get into Paradise would have their faces as
bright as full moon during the night, and the next to this group would have their faces as bright as the
shining stars in the sky, and every person would have two wives and the marrow of their shanks would
glimmer beneath the flesh and there would be none without a wife in Paradise.

1620 - Abu Musa Al-Ash'ari, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) said: In Paradise there would be for a believer a tent of a single hollowed pearl the breadth of
which would be sixty miles. The believer would have wives therein, and the believer would go around
them; and none of them would be able to see the others.

1621 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: Allah, the Exalted and Glorious, created Adam in His own image with His length of sixty cubits,
and as He created him He told him to greet that group, and that was a party of angels sitting there, and
listen to the response that they give him, for it would form his greeting and that of his offspring. He then
went away and said: Peace be upon you! They (the angels) said: May there be peace upon you and the
Mercy of Allah, and they made an addition of "Mercy of Allah". So he who would get into Paradise would
get in the form of Adam, his length being sixty cubits, then the people who followed him continued to
diminish in size up to this day.

1622 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The fire which sons of Adam have is only one-seventieth part of the Fire of Hell. His
Companions said: By Allah, even ordinary fire would have been enough (to burn people). Thereupon he
said: It is sixty-nine parts in excess of (the heat of) fire in this world each of them being equivalent to their
heat.

1623 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: There was a dispute between Hell and Paradise and it (Hell) said: The haughty and the proud
would find abode in me. And Paradise said: The meek and the humble would find their abode in me.
Thereupon Allah, the Exalted and Glorious, (addressing Hell) said: You are (the means) of My punishment
by which I punish those of My servants whom I wish. (And addressing the Paradise) He said: You are only
My Mercy by means of which I will show mercy to those whom I wish, but each one of you would be full.

1624 - Anas bin Malik, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said that Hell would continue to say: Is there anything more, until Allah, the Exalted and High, would
place His foot therein and that would say: Enough, enough, by Your Honor, and some parts of it would
draw close to the other.

1625 - Abu Sa'id, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)
said: Death would be brought on the Day of Resurrection in the form of a ram with white and black
markings. Abu Kuraib made this addition: Then it would be made to stand between Paradise and Hell. So
far as the rest of the hadith is concerned there is perfect agreement (between the two narrators). It would be
said to the inmates of Paradise: Do you recognize this? They would raise up their necks and look towards it
and say: Yes, it is death. Then it would be said to the inmates of Hell-Fire: Do you recognize this? And
they would raise up their necks and look and say: Yes, it is death. Then command would be given for
slaughtering that and then it would be said: O inmates of Paradise, there is an everlasting life for you and
no death. And then (addressing) to the inmates of the Hell-Fire, it would be said: O inmates of Hell-Fire,
there is an everlasting living for you and no death. Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) then recited
this verse pointing with his hand to this (material) world: Warn them, this Day of dismay, and when their
affairs would be decided and they would be unmindful and they believe not

1626 - 'Abdullah bin 'Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) said: Allah would admit the inmates of Paradise into Paradise and denizens of Hell into Hell.
Then an announcer would stand between them and say: O inmates of Paradise, there is no death for you, O
inmates of Hell, there is no death for you. You would live for ever therein.

1627 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The molar tooth of an unbeliever or the canine teeth of an unbeliever will be like Uhud and the
thickness of his skin a three night's journey.

1628 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The distance of the two shoulders of the non-believer in Hell will be a three-day journey for a
swift rider.

1629 - Harithah bin Wahb, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: I heard Allah's Messenger (may peace
be upon him) as saying: May I not inform you about the inmates of Paradise? They said: Do this, of course.
Thereupon Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) said: Every humble person who is considered to be
humble if he were to adjure in the name of Allah, He would fulfill it. He (the Prophet) then said: May I not
inform you about the denizens of Hell-Fire? They said: Yes. And he said: Every haughty, disdainful and
proud (person).

1630 - 'Abdullah bin Zam'ah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) delivered an address and he made a mention of the dromedary and also made a mention of one
(base person) who cut off its hind legs, and he recited: When the basest of them broke forth with mischief
When A mischievous person, strong even because of the strength of a family like Abu Zam'ah, broke forth.
He then delivered instruction in regard to the women saying: There is among you who beats his woman.

1631 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: I saw 'Amr bin Luhai bin Qam'ah bin Khindif, brother of the Banu Ka'b, dragging his intestines
in fire.

1632 - 'A'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, reported: I heard Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) as saying: The people would be assembled on the Day of Resurrection barefooted, naked and
uncircumcised. I said: Allah's Messenger, will the male and the female be together on the Day and would
they be looking at one another? Upon this Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) said: 'A'ishah, the
matter would be too serious for them to look to one another.

1633 - Ibn 'Abbas, may Allah be pleased with them, reported: I heard Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) deliver an address in which he said: You would meet Allah barefooted, naked and
uncircumcised.

1634 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The people will be assembled in three categories. Those desirous (of Paradise), fearing (Hell),
coming two upon one camel, three upon one camel, four upon one camel, ten upon one camel and the rest
will be assembled, Hell-Fire being with them when they are at midday where they would spend the night
and where they would spend the morning and where they would spend the evening.

1635 - Ibn 'Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)
said: When the people would stand before Allah, the Lord of the worlds he further said: Some of them
would stand submerged into perspiration up to half of his ears.

1636 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The perspiration would spread on the Day of Resurrection upon the earth to the extent of seventy
cubits high and it would reach up to the people's mouths or up to their ears. Thaur is not sure (which words)
he used (mouth or ears).

1637 - Ibn 'Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)
said: When anyone of you dies, he is shown his seat (in the Hereafter) morning and evening; if he is among
the inmates of Paradise (he is shown the seat) from among the inmates of Paradise and if he is one from
among the denizens of Hell (he is shown the seat) from among the denizens of Hell, and it would be said to
him: That is your seat until Allah raises you on the Day of Resurrection (and sends you to your proper
seat).

1638 - Abu Aiyub, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)
went out after the sun had set and he heard some sound and said: It is the Jews who are being tormented in
their graves.

1639 - Anas bin Malik, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: When the servant is placed in his grave and his companions retrace their steps and he hears the
noise of their footsteps, then two angels come to him and make him sit and say to him: What do you say
about this person (the Holy Prophet)? If he is a believer, he would say: I bear testimony to the fact that he is
a servant of Allah and His Messenger. Then it would be said to him: Look to your seat in the Hell-Fire, for
Allah has substituted (the seat of yours) with a seat in Paradise. Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: He would be shown both seats.
1640 - Al-Bara' bin 'Azib, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: This verse: Allah grants steadfastness to those who believe with firm word, was revealed in
connection with the torment of the grave. It would be said to him: Who is your Lord? And he would say:
Allah is my Lord and Muhammad is my Messenger (may peace be upon him), and that is (what is implied)
by the words of Allah, the Exalted: Allah grants steadfastness to those who believe with firm word in this
world and in the Hereafter

1641 - 'A'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) said:
He who is taken to account on the Day of Resurrection is in fact put to torment. I said: Has Allah, the
Exalted and Glorious, not said this: He will be made subject to an easy reckoning Thereupon he said: (What
it implies) is not the actual reckoning, but only the presentation of one's deeds to Him. He who is
thoroughly examined in reckoning is put to torment.

1642 - 'Abdullah bin 'Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, reported: I heard Allah's Messenger (may
peace be upon him) as saying: When Allah intends to chastise a people, He chastises all of them then they
would be raised according to their deeds.

1643 - Zainab bint Jahsh, may Allah be pleased with her, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) got up from sleep saying: There is no god but Allah. Woe to the Arabs because of turmoil which is at
hand, the barrier of Gog and Magog has opened so much. And Sufyan (one of the narrators) made a sign of
ten with the help of his hand (in order to indicate the width of the gap) and I (Zainab) said: Allah's
Messenger, would we be perished in spite of the fact that there would be good people among us?
Thereupon he said: Of course, but only when the evil predominates.

1644 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: Today the wall (barrier) of Gog and Magog has been opened so much, and Wuhaib (in order to
explain it) made the figure of ninety with the help of his hand.

1645 - 'A'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) was
startled in the state of sleep. We said: Allah's Messenger, you have done something in the state of your
sleep which you never did before. Thereupon he said: Strange it is that some people of my Ummah would
attack the House (Ka'bah) (for killing) a person who would belong to the tribe of the Quraish and he would
try to seek protection in the House. And when they would reach the plain ground they would be sunk. We
said: Allah's Messenger, all sorts of people throng the path. Thereupon he said: Yes, there would be among
them people who would come with definite designs and those who would come under duress and there
would be travelers also, but they would all be destroyed through one (stroke) of destruction, though they
would be raised in different states (on the Day of Resurrection). Allah would, however, raise them
according to their intention.

1646 - Usamah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)
climbed up a battlement among the battlements of Medina and then said: You do not see what I see, as I
can see the places of turmoil between your houses as the places of rainfall.

1647 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: There will be soon a period of turmoil in which the one who sits will be better than one who
stands and the one who stands will be better than one who walks and the one who walks will be better than
one who runs. He who would watch them will be drawn by them. So he who finds a refuge or shelter
against it should make it as his resort.

1648 - Abu Bakrah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)
said: When two Muslims confront each other and the one among them attacks his brother with a weapon,
both of them get into Hell-Fire. He (Ahnaf, one of the narrators) said: I said, or it was said: Messenger of
Allah, it may be the case of one who kills, but what about the slain (why he would be put in Hell-Fire)?
Thereupon he said: He also intended to kill his companion.
1649 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The last Hour will not come until two great parties (of Muslims) confront each other and there
will be a large-scale massacre among them, though the claim of both of them is the same.

1650 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The last Hour will not come unless there is much haraj. They said: What is haraj? Thereupon he
said: Bloodshed, bloodshed.

1651 - Hudhaifah bin Al-Yaman's Hadith, may Allah be pleased with him. Hudhaifah bin Al-Yaman
reported: By Allah, I have the best knowledge among people about every turmoil which is going to appear
in the period intervening between my era and the Last Hour; and it is not for the fact that Allah's Messenger
(may peace be upon him) told me something confidentially pertaining to it and he did not tell anybody else
about it, but it is because of the fact that I was present in the assembly in which he had been describing the
turmoil, and he especially made a mention of three turmoils which would not spare anything and among
these there would be turmoils like storms in the hot season. Some of them would be violent and some of
them would be comparatively mild.

1652 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The Last Hour would not come before the Euphrates uncovers a mountain of gold, for which
people would fight. Ninety-nine out of each one hundred would die but every man among them would say
that perhaps he would be the one who would be saved (and thus possess this gold).

1653 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The Last Hour would not come until fire emits from the earth of Hijaz which would illuminate
the necks of the camels of Basra.

1654 - Ibn 'Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, reported: I heard Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) as saying while pointing his hands towards the east: The turmoil would appear from this side;
verily, the turmoil would appear from this side (he repeated it twice) where appear the horns of Satan.

1655 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The Last Hour would not come until the women of the tribe of Daus would be seen going round
Dhul-Khalasah, an idol that the tribe of Daus used to worship during the pre-Islamic era in the district of
Tabalah.

1656 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The Last Hour would not come until a person would pass by a grave of another person and say: I
wish it had been my abode.

1657 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The Last Hour would not come before a person from Qahtan comes forth driving people with his
stick.

1658 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The Last Hour would not come until you fight with people whose faces are like hammered
shields and the Last Hour would not come until you would fight against those wearing the shoes of hair.

1659 - Ibn 'Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)
said: You will fight against the Jews and you will kill them until even a stone will say: Come here, Muslim,
there is a Jew (hiding himself behind me); kill him.

1660 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The Last Hour will not come until the Muslims fight against the Jews and the Muslims will kill
them until the Jews will hide themselves behind stones and trees. The stones and trees will say: Muslim, the
servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me; come and kill him; but the Gharqad tree will not say this, for it
is the tree of the Jews.

1661 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The Last Hour would not come until there would arise about thirty impostors, liars, and each one
of them would claim that he is a messenger of Allah.

1662 - Abu Sa'id Al-Khudri, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: I accompanied Ibn Saiyad to Mecca
and he said to me: What I have gathered from people is that they think that I am Al-Dajjal. Have you not
heard Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: He will have no children. I said: Yes, of
course. Thereupon he said: But I have children. Have you not heard Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) as saying: He will not enter Mecca or Medina? I said: Yes, of course. Thereupon he said: I have been
born in Medina and now I intend to go to Mecca. And he said to me at the end of his talk: By Allah, I know
his birth-place, his abode, where he is just now. He (Abu Sa'id) said: This caused confusion in my mind (in
regard to his identity).

1663 - Jabir bin 'Abdullah's Hadith, may Allah be pleased with them. Muhammad bin Al-Munkadir
reported: I saw Jabir bin 'Abdullah taking an oath in the name of Allah that it was Ibn Al-Sa'id who was Al-
Dajjal. I said: Do you take an oath in the name of Allah? Thereupon he said: I heard 'Umar taking an oath
in the presence of Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) to this effect, while Allah's Messenger (may
peace be upon him) did not disapprove of it.

1664 - 'Abdullah bin 'Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, reported: 'Umar bin Al-Khattab went along
with Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) in the company of some persons to Ibn Saiyad that he
found him playing with children near the battlement of Banu Maghalah and Ibn Saiyad was at that time just
at the threshold of adolescence and he did not perceive (the presence of the Holy Prophet) until Allah's
Messenger (may peace be upon him) struck his back with his hands. Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: Ibn Saiyad, do you not bear witness that I am Messenger of Allah? Ibn Saiyad looked toward
him and he said: I bear witness to the fact that you are the Messenger of the unlettered. Ibn Saiyad said to
Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him): Do you bear witness to the fact that I am the messenger of
Allah? Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) rejected this and said: I affirm my faith in Allah and in
His Messengers. Then Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) said to him: What do you see? Ibn
Saiyad said: (Sometimes) a truthful and (sometimes) a liar comes to me. Thereupon Allah's Messenger
(may peace be upon him) said: You have been confounded. Then Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said to him: I have something for you, and Ibn Saiyad said: It is a trick. Thereupon Allah's Messenger
(may peace be upon him) said: May you be disgraced and dishonored, you would not be able to go beyond
your rank. 'Umar bin Al-Khattab said: Allah's Messenger, permit me to strike his neck. Thereupon Allah's
Messenger (may peace be upon him) said: If he is the same (Al-Dajjal) who would appear near the Last
Hour, you would then not be able to overpower him, and if he is not that there is no good for you to kill
him. Salim bin 'Abdullah said: I heard 'Abdullah bin 'Umar further narrating that, after some time, Allah's
Messenger (may peace be upon him) and Ubai bin Ka'b Al-Ansari went towards the palm trees where Ibn
Saiyad was. When Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) went near the tree he hid himself behind a
tree with the intention of hearing something from Ibn Saiyad before Ibn Saiyad could see him, but Allah's
Messenger (may peace be upon him) saw him on a bed with a blanket around him. A murmuring sound was
heard and Ibn Saiyad's mother saw Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) behind the trunk of the
palm tree. She said to Ibn Saiyad: Saf (that being Ibn Saiyad's name), here is Muhammad. Thereupon Ibn
Saiyad jumped up murmuring and Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) said: If she had left him
alone he would have made things clear. Salim said that 'Abdullah bin 'Umar told that Allah's Messenger
(may peace be upon him) stood up among the people and lauded Allah as He deserved, then he made a
mention of Al-Dajjal and said: I warn you of him and there is no Prophet who has not warned his people
against Al-Dajjal. Even Noah warned (against him) but I am going to tell you a thing which no Prophet told
his people. You must know that he (Al-Dajjal) is one-eyed and Allah, the Exalted and Glorious, is not one-
eyed.

1665 - Anas bin Malik, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: There is never a prophet who has not warned the Ummah of that one-eyed liar; behold he is one-
eyed and your Lord is not one-eyed. On his forehead are the letters kaf, fa' and ra'. (the combination of the
three letters will mean: Kufr, Unbelief).

1666 - Hudhaifah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)
said: Al-Dajjal can see with the right eye only. He has thick hair and there will be a garden and fire with
him. But his fire is in fact a garden and his garden is a fire.

1667 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: May I not inform you about Al-Dajjal what no Messenger of Allah narrated to his people? He
would be one-eyed and he would bring along with him an image of Paradise and Hell-Fire and what he
would call as Paradise that would be Hell-Fire and I warn you as Noah warned his people.

1668 - Abu Sa'id Al-Khudri, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) one day gave a detailed account of Al-Dajjal and in that it was also included: He would come
but would not be allowed to enter the road leading to Medina. So he will alight at some of the barren tracts
near Medina, and a person who will be the best of men or one from among the best of men will say to him:
I bear testimony to the fact that you are Al-Dajjal about whom Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)
had informed us. Al-Dajjal will say: What is your opinion if I kill this (person), then I bring him back to
life; even then will you harbor doubt in this matter? They will say: No. He will then kill (the man) and then
bring him back to life. When he brings that person to life, he (that person) will say: By Allah, I had no
better proof of the fact (that you are Al-Dajjal) than at the present time (that you are actually so). Al-Dajjal
will then make an attempt to kill him (again) but he will not be able to do that.

1669 - Al-Mughirah bin Shu'bah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: No one asked Allah's
Messenger (may peace be upon him) more about Al-Dajjal than I did. He said: He should not be a source of
worry to you for he would not be able to do any harm to you. I said: Allah's Messenger, it is alleged that he
would have along with him (abundance of) food and water. Thereupon he said: He would be very
insignificant in the eye of Allah (even) with all this.

1670 - Anas bin Malik, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: There will be no land not covered by Al-Dajjal but Mecca and Medina, and there will be no
passage out of the passages leading to them which will not be guarded by angels arranged in rows. Then he
(Al-Dajjal) will appear in a barren place adjacent to Medina and it will rock three times that every
unbeliever and hypocrite will get out of it towards him.

1671 - Sahl bin Sa'd, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: I heard Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) as saying: I and the Last Hour are (close to each other) like this (and he, in order to explain it)
pointed (by joining his) forefinger, (one) next to the thumb and the middle finger (together).

1672 - Anas bin Malik, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: I and the Last Hour have been sent like this (indicating the short time between his mission and
the Day of Judgment).

1673 - 'A'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, reported: When the desert Arabs came to Allah's
Messenger (may peace be upon him) they asked about the Last Hour as to when that would come. And he
looked towards the youngest among them and said: if he lives he would not grow very old that he would
find your Last Hour coming to you (he would see you dying).

1674 - Anas, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: A person asked Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) as to when the Last Hour would come. He had in his presence a young boy of the Ansar who
was called Muhammad. Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) said: If this young boy lives, he may
not grow very old till (he would see) the Last Hour coming to you.

1675 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: Between the two blowing of the trumpet (there would be an interval of forty). They said: Abu
Hurairah, do you mean forty days? He said: I cannot say anything. They said: Do you mean forty months?
He said: I cannot say anything. They said: Do you mean forty years? He said: I cannot say anything. Then
Allah would cause the water to descend from the sky and they (people) will sprout like vegetable. The only
thing in a man which would not decay would be one bone (spinal chord) from which the whole frame
would be reconstituted on the Day of Resurrection.

1676 - Anas bin Malik, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: Three things follow the bier of a dead man, two of them come back and one is left with him: the
members of his family, wealth and his good deeds. The members of his family and wealth come back and
the deeds alone are left with him.

1677 - 'Amr bin 'Auf, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) sent Abu 'Ubaidah bin Al-Jarrah to Bahrain for collecting Jizyah and Allah's Messenger (may peace
be upon him) had made a truce with the people of Bahrain and had appointed Al-'Ala' bin Al-Hadrami as
their governor. Then Abu 'Ubaidah came with wealth from Bahrain and the Ansar heard about the arrival of
Abu 'Ubaidah and they had observed the Dawn Prayer along with Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him), and when Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) had finished the Prayer, they (the Ansar) came
before him, and Allah's Messenger (may peace he upon him) smiled as he saw them and then said: I think
you have heard about the arrival of Abu 'Ubaidah with goods from Bahrain. They said: Allah's Messenger,
yes, it is so. Thereupon he said: Be happy and be hopeful of that what gives you delight. By Allah, it is not
the poverty about which I fear in regard to you but I am afraid in your case that (the worldly) riches may be
given to you as were given to those who had gone before you and you begin to vie with one another for
them (the worldly riches) as they vied for them, and these may destroy you as these destroyed them.

1678 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: When one of you looks at one who stands at a higher level than you in regard to wealth and
progeny, he should also looks at one who stands at a lower level than you in regard to these things (in
which he stands) at a higher level (as compared to him).

1679 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: He heard Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) say: There were three persons in the Children of Israel, one suffering from leprosy, the other
bald-headed and the third one blind. Allah decided to test them. So He sent an angel who came to one who
was suffering from leprosy and said: Which thing do you like most? He said: Beautiful color and fine skin
and removal of that which makes me detestable in the eye of people. He wiped him and his illness was no
more and he was conferred upon beautiful color and beautiful skin. He (the angel) again said: which
property do you like most? He said: Camels, or he said: The Cow. Ishaq (the narrator) is, however, doubtful
about it, but (out of the persons) suffering from leprosy or baldness one of them definitely said: The camel.
And the other one said: Cow. And he (one who demanded camel) was bestowed upon a she-camel, in an
advanced stage of pregnancy, and while giving he said: May Allah bless this for you! Then he came to the
bald-headed person and said: Which thing do you like most? He said: Beautiful hair and that (this baldness)
may be removed from me because of which people hate me. He wiped his body and his illness was
removed and he was bestowed upon beautiful hair, and the angel said: Which wealth do you like most? He
said: The cow. And he was given a pregnant cow and while handing it over to him he (the angel) said: May
Allah bless you in this! Then he came to the blind man and he said: Which thing do you like most? He said:
Allah should restore my eyesight so that I should be able to see people with the help of that. He wiped his
body and Allah restored to him his eyesight, and he (the angel) also said: Which wealth do you like most?
He said: The flock of sheep. And he was given a pregnant goat and that gave birth to young ones and it so
happened that one valley abounded in camels and the other one in goats and the third one in sheep. He (the
angel) then came to one who once suffered from leprosy in his (old) form and shape and he said: I am a
poor person and my provision has run short in my journey and there none to take me to my destination
except with the help of Allah and your favor. I beg you in His name Who gave you fine color and fine skin,
and the camel in the shape of wealth (to confer upon me) a camel which should carry me in my journey. He
said: I have many responsibilities to discharge. Thereupon he said: I perceive as if I recognize you. Were
you not suffering from leprosy whom people hated and you were a destitute and Allah conferred upon you
(wealth). He said: I have inherited this property from my forefathers. Thereupon he said: If you are a liar
may Allah change you to that very position in which you had been. He then came to the one who was bald-
headed in his (old) form and said to him the same that he had said to him (one suffering from leprosy) and
he gave him the same reply as he had given him and he said: If you are a liar, may Allah turn you to your
previous position in which you had been. And then he came to the blind man in his (old) form and shape
and he said: I am a destitute person and a wayfarer. My provisions have run short and today there is no way
to reach the destination but with the help of Allah and then with your help and I beg you in the (name) of
One Who restored your eyesight and gave you the flock of sheep to give me a sheep by which I should be
able to make my provisions for the journey. He said: I was blind and Allah restored to me my eyesight; you
take whatever you like and leave whatever you like. By Allah, I will not stand in your way today for what
you take in the name of Allah. Thereupon, he said: You keep with you what you have (in your possession).
The fact is that you three were put to test and Allah is well pleased with you and He is annoyed with your
companions.

1680 - Sa'd bin Abi Waqqas, may Allah be pleased with him, is reported to have said: By Allah, I am the
first person among the Arabs to throw an arrow in the cause of Allah and we used to go with Allah's
Messenger (may peace be upon him) and there was no food for us to eat but only the leaves of hublah and
samur trees (they are wild trees) and as a result thereof one among us would relieve himself as the goat
does. (How strange it is) that now the people of Banu Asad (the progeny of Al-Zubair) instruct me in
religion and try to impose punishment upon me (in regard to it). If it is so (that I am so ignorant of
religion), then, indeed, I am undone and my deeds have been lost. Ibn Numair, however, narrated the hadith
with a very slight difference of wording.

1681 - 'A'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, reported: Never had the family of Muhammad (may peace
be upon him) eaten to the fill since their arrival in Medina with the bread of wheat for three successive
nights until his (Holy Prophet's) death.

1682 - 'A'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, reported: We the family of Muhammad (may peace be
upon him) used to spend (the whole) month in which we (did not need to) kindle the fire as (we had nothing
to cook); we had only dates and water (to fill our bellies).

1683 - 'A'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) died
(in such a state) that there had been nothing in my wooden tub which a living being could afford to eat but
a handful of barley therein. I had been eating out of that for a fairly long duration when I thought of
measuring it and it was almost finished.

1684 - 'A'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) had
died in a state that they could afford to eat two things only: water and dates.

1685 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: By Him in Whose Hand is my life, and Ibn
'Abbad also said: By One in Whose Hand is the life of Abu Hurairah, Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) could not afford to provide adequate food to his family which could (fill their bellies) with bread
and wheat for three days successively until he left the world.

1686 - 'Abdullah bin 'Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) said in connection with the people of Hijr: Do not enter but weepingly (the habitations) of these
people who had been punished by (Allah), and in case you do not feel inclined to weep, then do not enter
(these habitations) that you may not meet the same calamity as had fallen to their lot.

1687 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: One who makes efforts (for earning to be spent) on a widow and the destitute is like a striver in
the cause of Allah, and I think he also said: He is like one who constantly stands for the Prayer and
observes Fast without breaking it.

1688 - Jundab Al-'Alaqi, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: He who wants to publicize (his deeds), Allah will publicize (his humility), and he who makes a
hypocritical display (of his deeds), Allah will make a display of him.
1689 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: I heard Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) as saying: The servant speaks words for which he is sent down to the Hell-Fire farther than the
distance between the east and the west.

1690 - Usamah bin Zaid, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: I heard Allah's Messenger (may peace
be upon him) as saying: A man will be brought on the Day of Resurrection and thrown in Hell-Fire and his
intestines will pour forth in Hell and he will go round along with them, as an ass goes round the millstone.
The denizens of Hell would gather round him and say: O so and so, what has happened to you? Were you
not enjoining us to do what was reputable and forbid us to do what was disreputable? He will say: Of
course, it is so; I used to enjoin (upon people) to do what was reputable but did not practice that myself. I
had been forbidding people to do what was disreputable, but practiced it myself.

1691 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: I heard Allah's Messenger (may peace be
upon him) as saying: All the people of my Ummah would get pardon for their sins except those who
publicize them. And (it means) that a servant should do a deed during the night and tell the people in the
morning that he has done so and so, whereas Allah has concealed it. And he does a deed during the day and
when it is night he tells the people, whereas Allah has concealed it.

1692 - Anas bin Malik, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Two persons sneezed in the presence of
Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him). He (the Messenger of Allah) invoked mercy for one, and did
not invoke for the other. The one for whom he had not prayed said: So and so sneezed and you said: May
Allah have mercy upon you. I also sneezed but you did not utter these words for me. Thereupon he (the
Holy Prophet) said: That person praised Allah, and you did not praise Allah.

1693 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: yawning is from the devil. So when one of you yawns he should try to restrain it as far as it lies
in his power.

1694 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: A group of the Children of Israel was lost. It is not known what happened to it, but I think (that it
underwent a process of metamorphosis and) they became rats. Do you not notice that they do not drink the
camels' milk when placed before them, but do drink the goats' milk of.

1695 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: The believer does not allow to be stung twice from one (and the same) hole.

1696 - It is reported on the authority of Abu Bakrah, may Allah be pleased with him, who said: A person
praised another person in the presence of Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him), whereupon he said:
Woe be to you, you have broken the neck of your friend, you have broken the neck of your friend, he said
this twice. If one of you has to praise his friend at all, he should say: I think (him to be) so and Allah knows
it well and I do not know the secret of the heart and Allah knows the destined end, and I cannot testify his
purity against Allah but (he appears) to be so and so.

1697 - Abu Musa, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him)
saw a person lauding another person or praising him too much. Thereupon he said: You killed him, or you
sliced the back of a person.

1698 - 'A'ishah's Hadith, may Allah be pleased with her. 'Urwah reported: Abu Hurairah used to say: Listen
to me, inmate of the apartment; listen to me, inmate of the apartment, while 'A'ishah (Allah be pleased with
her) had been busy in observing the Prayer. As she finished the Prayer, she said to 'Urwah: Did you hear his
words? And this is how Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) used to utter (so distinctly) that if one
intended to count (the words uttered) he would be able to do so.

1699 - Abu Hurairah, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) said: It was said to people of Israel: Enter this land saying Hittah (Remove You from us the burden of
our sins), whereupon We would forgive you your sins, but they twisted (this statement) and entered the gate
dragging upon their breech and said: The "grain in the ear."

1700 - Anas bin Malik, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Allah, the Exalted and Glorious, sent
revelation to Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) just before his death in quick succession until he
left for his heavenly home, and the day when he died, he received the revelation profusely.

1701 - 'Umar's Hadith, may Allah be pleased with him. Tariq bin Shihab reported that the Jews said: You
recite a verse which, if it had been revealed in relation to us, we would have taken that day as the day of
rejoicing. Thereupon 'Umar said: I know where it was revealed and on the day when it was revealed and
where Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) had been at that time when it was revealed. It was
revealed on the Day of 'Arafah (ninth of Dhul-Hijjah) and Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) had
been staying in 'Arafat. Sufyan said: I doubt whether it was revealed on a Friday or not i.e. the Qur'anic
verse: This day have I perfected your religion for you, completed My favor upon you, and have chosen for
you Islam as your religion (Surah Al-Ma'idah, No. 5, Verse: 3).

1702 - 'A'ishah's Hadith, may Allah be pleased with her. 'Urwah bin Al-Zubair reported that he asked
'A'ishah about the words of Allah: If you fear that you will not be able to maintain equity among the orphan
girls, then marry (those) you like from among the women two, three or four She said: O son of my sister,
the orphan girl is one who is under the patronage of her guardian and she shares with him in his property
and her property and beauty fascinate him and her guardian makes up his mind to marry her without giving
her due share of the wedding money and is not prepared (to pay so much amount) which anyone else is
prepared to pay and so Allah has forbidden to marry these girls but in case when equity is observed as
regards the wedding money and they are prepared to pay them the full amount of the wedding money and
Allah commanded to marry other women besides them according to the liking of their heart. 'Urwah
reported that 'A'ishah said that people began to seek verdict from Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon
him) after the revelation of this verse about them (orphan girls) and Allah, the Exalted and Glorious,
revealed this verse: They asked thee verdict about women; say: Allah gives verdict to you in regard to them
and what is recited to you in the Book about orphan woman, whom you give not what is ordained for them
while you like to marry them She said: The wording of Allah What is recited to you in the Book means the
first verse, i.e. And if you fear that you will not be able to maintain equity amongst the orphan girls, then
marry (those) you like from amongst the women 'A'ishah said: (And as for this verse), i.e. And you intend
to marry one of them It pertains to one who is in charge (of orphans) having small amount of wealth and
less beauty and they have been forbidden that they should marry what they like of her wealth and beauty
out of the orphan girls, but with equity because of their disliking for them.

1703 - 'A'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, reported: Regarding the words of Allah, the Exalted: And
he who is poor may reasonably eat (out of it), this was revealed in relation to the guardian of an orphan
who is poor; he may get out of that what is reasonable keeping in view his own status of solvency.

1704 - 'A'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, reported: These words of Allah: When they came upon you
from above you and from below you and when the eyes turned dull and the hearts rose up to the throats
pertain to the Day of the Trench.

1705 - 'A'ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, reported: Regarding the verse: And if a woman has reason
to fear ill-treatment from her husband or that he might turn away from her, it was revealed in case of a
woman who had long association with a person (as his wife) and now he intends to divorce her and she
says: Do not divorce me, but retain me (as wife in your house) and you are permitted to live with another
wife. It is in this context that this verse was revealed.

1706 - Ibn 'Abbas's Hadith, may Allah be pleased with them. Sa'id bin Jubair, may Allah be pleased with
him, reported: The inhabitants of Kufa differed with regard to this verse: But whoever slays another
believer intentionally, his requital shall be Hell, so I went to Ibn 'Abbas and asked him about it, whereupon
he said: This has been revealed and nothing abrogated it.

1707 - Ibn 'Abbas, may Allah be pleased with them, reported: Some Muslims met a person with a small
flock of sheep. He said: Al-Salamu 'Alaikum (peace be upon you). They caught hold of him and killed him
and took possession of his flock. Then this verse was revealed: He who meets you and extends you
salutations, do not say: You are not a Muslim Ibn 'Abbas, however, recited the word Al-Salaam (instead of
"Al-Salam").

1708 - Al-Bara', may Allah be pleased with him, reported: When the Ansar returned home after finishing
Pilgrimage, they used to enter their houses from behind only. A person from the Ansar came and he began
to enter from his door but it was said to him (why he was doing something in contravention to the common
practice of coming to the houses from behind). Then this verse was revealed. Piety is not that you come to
the doors from behind

1709 - 'Abdullah bin Mas'ud, may Allah be pleased with him, reported: Regarding the words of Allah, the
Exalted and Glorious: Those to whom they call upon, themselves seek the means of access to their Lord as
to whoever of them becomes nearest, it related to a party of Jinn who were being worshipped and they
embraced Islam but those who worshipped them kept on worshipping them (though the Jinn whom the
misguided people worshipped had become Muslims). It was then that this verse was revealed.

1710 - Ibn 'Abbas's Hadith, may Allah be pleased with them. Sa'id bin Jubair reported: I asked Ibn 'Abbas
about surah Al-Taubah, whereupon he said: As for surah Al-Taubah, it is meant to humiliate (the non-
believers and the hypocrites). There is constantly revealed in it (the pronoun) minhum (of them) and
minhum (of them, i.e. such is the condition of some of them) till they (the Muslims) thought that none
would be left unmentioned out of them who would not be blamed (for one fault or the other). I again said:
What about surah Al-Anfal? He said: It pertains to the Battle of Badr. I again asked him about surah Al-
Hashr. He said: It was revealed in connection with (the tribe) of Banu Al-Nadir.

1711 - Ibn 'Umar, may Allah be pleased with them, reported: 'Umar delivered a sermon on the pulpit of
Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) and he praised Allah and lauded Him and then said: Now
coming to the point. Behold! when the command pertaining to the prohibition of wine was revealed it was
prepared from five things: from wheat, barley, date, grape, honey; and wine is that which clouds the
intellect; and O people, I wish Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) could have explained to us in
(more) detail the laws pertaining to the inheritance of the grandfather, about one who dies leaving no issue,
and some of the problems pertaining to interest.

1712 - Abu Dharr's Hadith, may Allah be pleased with him. Qais bin 'Ubad reported: I heard Abu Dharr
take an oath that this verse: These two adversaries who dispute about their Lord was revealed in connection
with those who on the Day of Badr came out (of rows to fight against the non-believers and they were)
Hamzah, 'Ali, 'Ubaidah bin Al-Harith (from the side of the Muslims) and 'Utbah and Shaibah, both of them
the sons of Rabi'ah and Al-Walid bin 'Utbah (from the side of the non-believers of Mecca).