Forty Hadith Al-Nawawi (Videos)

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 1: Good Intentions

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 2: What is Islam? What is Iman? What is Ihsan?

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 3: Five Pillars of Islam

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 4: Creation of Man

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 5: Islam has been Perfected

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 6: 

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 7:  Religion is Sincerity 

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 8: Final judgment is with Allah

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 9: Avoid what is forbidden and Enjoin in what is permissible 

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 10: Allah is good and accepts only good

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 11: Leave what makes you Doubt

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 12: Leave that which doesn’t concern you

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 13: Love for your brother what you love for yourself

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 14: Three instances where Death Penalty is Allowed

1) If a Muslim commits Adultery. 

(Note: To receive the punishment of adultery in an Islamic State is almost impossible. Notice I emphasized Islamic State. Because in order for any of these legislation’s to be put into place there must be an Islamic State. It is quite an oxymoron to even fathom that the laws of Islam can be implemented without the firm base of proper scholarship, judgment of learned men of the law, and establishment of an actual Islamic State. Without these necessary factors, these laws can not be applied. These laws can only be implemented alongside the foundations of an Islamic State that revolves around sound framework based upon the correct teachings of the Quran and the Sunnah.  It is only after all aforementioned conditions are met; that there must be sound evidence, there must be witnesses, the witnesses must be four or more and The witnesses must be known to be truthful, and credible. Furthermore, if these conditions are not met in the proper Islamic State then the punishment can not be enforced.)

2) A life for a life. 

(Note: The punishment for murder is the death penalty in an Islamic State. Just like the conditions stated above, there must be proper evidence, witnesses and proper information before carrying out the punishment upon the given individual.)

3) If a Muslim (While living under a proper Islamic State; that governs upon the moral and ethical guidelines of the Quran and Sunnah) decides to leave Islam and, on top of that commits crimes considered to be illegal, treason, murder, deliberate destruction of the peace or morals of the society; the punishment is death.

Can the Muslim be killed if they simply decided to leave Islam, peacefully? No.

Can the Muslim be killed if they declare a faith other than Islam? No.

The Quran and the Authentic Sayings of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) do not contradict. Prophet Muhammad lived by the Quran, acted according to the Quran, and judged according to the Quran. Let us see what the Quran has to say.

Proof from the Quran:

“There is no compulsion (force) in religion.” Quran 2:256 

And say, “The truth is from your Lord, so whoever wills – let him believe; and whoever wills – let him disbelieve.” Quran 18:29

““Let there be no compulsion in religion.  Truth has been made clear from error.  Whoever rejects false worship and believes in God has grasped the most trustworthy handhold that never breaks.  And God hears and knows all things.” (Quran 2:256)

“If it had been your Lord’s will, all of the people on Earth would have believed. Would you then compel the people so to have them believe?” (Quran 10:99)

“So if they dispute with you, say ‘I have submitted my whole self to God, and so have those who follow me.’  And say to the People of the Scripture and to the unlearned: ‘Do you also submit yourselves?’  If they do, then they are on right guidance.  But if they turn away, your duty is only to convey the Message.  And in God’s sight are all of His servants.” (Quran 3:20)

“The Messenger’s duty is but to proclaim the Message.” (Quran 5:99)

We have appointed a law and a practice for every one of you. Had Allah willed, He would have made you a single community, but He wanted to test you regarding what has come to you. So compete with each other in doing good. Every one of you will return to Allah and He will inform you regarding the things about which you differed. (Surat al-Ma’ida, 48)

[Say]: “You have your religion and I have my religion.” (Surah Al-Kafirun, 6)

Scholarly Input – Sheikh Ali Goma’a:

 “The essential question before us is : Can a person who is a Muslim choose a religion other than Islam ? The answer is yes, they can, because the Quran says, ‘Unto you your religion, and unto me my religion,’ (Quran 109:6) and, ‘Whosoever will, let him believe, and whosoever will, let him disbelieve,’ (Quran 18:29) and, “There is no compulsion in religion.” (Quran 2:256) The right direction is distinct from error’ (Quran 2:256). These verses from the Quran discuss a freedom that God affords all people. But from a religious prospective, the act of abandoning one’s religion is a sin punishable by God on the Day of Judgment. If the case in Question is one of merely rejecting faith, then there is no worldly punishment. If, however, the crime of undermining the foundations of the society is added to the sin of apostasy, then the case must be referred to a judicial system whose role is to protect the integrity of the society. According to Islam, it is not permitted for Muslims to reject their faith, so if a Muslim were to leave Islam and adopt another religion, they would thereby be committing a sin in the eyes of Islam. Religious belief and practice is a personal matter, and society only intervenes when that personal matter becomes public and threatens the well-being of its members.” -Sheikh Ali Goma’a Grand Mufti of Egypt
And in another; “This idolization of Hadith over the Quran contradicts the incontrovertible truth that the Qur’an alone should always be referred to as infallible guidance even if the Hadith have been second only to the Qur’an as the basis of Islamic law. The widespread assumption that Islam pronounces death for apostasy (ridda, irtidad) can be most persuasively challenged and definitively rejected from the evidence of the Qur’an and the actions of the Prophet and his Companions. The Quran repeatedly and unequivocally states that faith and denial are matters of personal choice in which there can be no coercion or interference, and that, in accordance with what Muhammad Asad describes as a fundamental principle of Islamic ethics, each human soul must take personal responsibility for the consequences of that choice.”

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 15: Say whats good or stay silent, to be generous to neighbors, and to honor guests 

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 16: Do not get angry, do not get angry

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 17: Spare suffering to animals when slaughtering for meat

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 18: Fear God wherever you are, follow up a bad deed with a good one, and treat others kindly

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 19: Be mindful of Allah

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 20: The First Prophecy

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 21: “Believe in Allah and stand firm upon it.”

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 22: Pray Prescribed Prayers, Fast during Ramadan, and treat the lawful as permissible and the forbidden as prohibited, you will enter Jannah. 

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 23: Cleanliness is part of faith, praising God fills the scales, glorifying and praising God fills the space between the heavens and the earth,  prayer is light, charity is proof, patience is shining glory, and the Quran is either an argument for you or against you. 

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 24: 

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 25: Charity

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 26: Charity 

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 27 : Righteousness: Consult your heart

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 28: Fear God

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 29: Deeds that enter one to Heaven

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 30: Do not Transgress the Limits

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 31: Concept of Al-Zuhd in Islam

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 32: There should be no harm, nor reciprocating harm

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 33: If people were given according to their claims…

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 34: If you see bad; first attempt to change it through action, if not then the tongue, if not then through the heart and that [the last attempt] is lowest of Iman (faith).”

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 35: Do not envy one another, cheat one another, hate one another, or shun one another.

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 36: Relieve your brothers/sisters of stress and worry and God will do the same for you.

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 37: The recording of Good and Bad Deeds

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 38: When a man Loves God so Much

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 39: The Pardon of Allah 

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 40: Be in the world as if a stranger or traveler 

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 41: None believes until their accordance is with the message of God and the sayings of RasulAllah.

Hadith Al-Nawawi Number 42: The infinite Forgiveness of Allah

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