Part C – Ahadeeth Pertaining to Behaviour and Seeking Permission

Part C

Ahadeeth Pertaining to Behaviour and Seeking Permission

Taken from

Silsilah Ahadeeth As-Saheehah

of

Shaykh Al-Albaani

Translated by

Abbas Abu Yahya

19- 318 – On the authority of Muaweeyah in a narration ascribed to the Prophet: ‘Beware of the one who praises you, because it is slaughter.’

No. 1284

20- On the authority of Ibn Abbas in a narration ascribed to the Prophet: ‘Blessings are with your elders.’

No. 1778

21- 323 – On the authority of Abu Dharr in a narration ascribed to the Prophet: ‘Smiling in your brother’s face is charity (Sadaqah) for you, when you enjoin the good and prohibit evil it is charity, when you show directions to a man who has lost his way it is Sadaqah for you. Helping a weaksighted person by using your sight is charity for you. When you remove a rock, thorn and bones from the pathway it is charity for you. When you pour from your bucket into your brother’s bucket it is charity for you.’

No. 572

22- 324 – On the authority of Qais bin Abu Hazim, on the authority of his father who said: The Prophet sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam saw me while I was sitting in the sun, so he said: ‘Move into the shade.’

No. 833

23- 326 – On the authority of Anas bin Malik that the Prophet sallAllaahu alayhi wa sallam said: ‘Patience/calmness is from Allaah and haste is from Shaytaan.’

No. 1795

24- 333- On the authority of Abdullaah bin ‘Amroo in a narration ascribed to the Prophet: ‘The best of the companions to Allaah are those who are the best to their companion. The best of the neighbours to Allaah are those who are best to their neighbours.’

No. 103

25- 335 – On the authority of ‘Aeysha in a narration ascribed to the Prophet: ‘The best of you are those who are best to their wives. And if your companion dies make dua’ for him.’

No. 1174

26- 338 – On the authority of Abu Huraira in a narration ascribed to the Prophet: ‘Defend your honour with your wealth.’ They said: O Messenger of Allaah! How can we defend our honour with our wealth?’

He said: ‘Pay off the poet, to keep him from speaking against you, and the one whose tongue you fear.’

No. 1461

27- 339- On the authority of al-Hasan in a narration: ‘May Allaah have mercy upon the slave who speaks and benefits or remains silent and is saved.’

No. 855

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