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Refrence: Sahih Bukhari, Volume 5,kitab Ul Munabak, Hadith Number 3563, Abu Huraira(R.A)

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Refrence: Sahih Bukhari, Volume 5,kitab Ul Munabak, Hadith Number 3563, Abu Huraira(R.A)

Refrence: Sahih Bukhari, Volume 6,kitab Ul Tafseer, Hadith Number 4678, Abdullah bin Kab (R.A)

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Volume 6. Hadith Number 200:
Narrated `Abdullah bin Ka`b: I heard Ka`b bin Malik talking
about the story of the battle of Tabuk when he remained
behind, "By Allah, I do not know anyone whom Allah has helped
for telling the truth more than me since I mentioned that...
truth to Allah's Apostle till today, I have never intended to
tell a lie. And Allah revealed to His Apostle: "Verily! Allah
has forgiven the Prophet, the Muhajirin............ and be
with those who are true (in words and deeds)."

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Refrence: Sahih Bukhari, Volume 6,kitab Ul Tafseer, Hadith Number 4676, Kab (R.A)

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Volume 6. Hadith Number 198:
Narrated `Abdullah bin Ka`b: I heard Ka`b bin Malik talkingabout the Verse:−− 'And to the three (He also forgave) whoremained behind.' (9.118) saying in the last portion of histalk, "(I said), 'As a part (sign) of my repentance, I wouldlike to give up all my property in the cause of Allah and HisApostle,' The Prophet said to me, 'Keep some of your wealth asit is good for you." (To the three (He also forgave) whoremained behind till for them the earth, vast as it is, wasstraitened..."

Refrence: Sahih Bukhari, Volume 6,kitab Ul Tafseer, Hadith Number 4674, Samraa (R.A)

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Volume 6. Haidth Number: 196:
Narrated Samura bin Jundab: Allah's Apostle said, "Tonight two(visitors) came to me (in my dream) and took me to a townbuilt with gold bricks and silver bricks. There we met menwho, half of their bodies, look like the most−handsome humanbeings you have ever seen, and the other half, the ugliesthuman beings you have ever seen. Those two visitors said to
those men, 'Go and dip yourselves in that river. So theydipped themselves therein and then came to us, their uglinesshaving disappeared and they were in the most−handsome shape.The visitors said, 'The first is the Garden of Eden and thatis your dwelling place.' Then they added, 'As for those peoplewho were half ugly and half handsome, they were those whomixed good deeds and bad deeds, but Allah forgave them."

Refrence: Sahih Bukhari, Volume 6,kitab Ul Tafseer, Hadith Number 4670, Ibne Umar (R.A)

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Volume 6.Hadith Number192:
Narrated Ibn `Abbas: When `Abdullah bin 'Ubai died, his son`Abdullah bin `Abdullah came to Allah's Apostle and asked him to give him his shirt in order to shroud his father in it. Hegave it to him and then `Abdullah asked the Prophet to offerthe funeral prayer for him (his father). Allah's Apostle gotup to offer the funeral prayer for him, but `Umar got up tooand got hold of the garment of Allah's Apostle and said, "OAllah's Apostle Will you offer t...he funeral prayer for himthough your Lord has forbidden you to offer the prayer forhim" Allah's Apostle said, "But Allah has given me the choiceby saying: '(Whether you) ask forgiveness for them, or do notask forgiveness for them; even if you ask forgiveness for themseventy times..' (9.80) so I will ask more than seventytimes." `Umar said, "But he (`Abdullah bin 'Ubai) is ahypocrite!" However, Allah's Apostle did offer the funeral prayer for him whereupon Allah revealed: 'And never (OMuhammad) pray for anyone of them that dies, nor stand at hisgrave.'

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Refrence: Sahih Bukhari, Volume 6,kitab Ul Tafseer, Hadith Number 4663, Ans (R.A)

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Volume 6. Hadith Number: 185:
Narrated Abu Bakr: I was in the company of the Prophet in thecave, and on seeing the traces of the pagans, I said, "OAllah's Apostle If one of them (pagans) should lift up hisfoot, he will see us." He said, "What do you think of two, thethird of whom is Allah?"

Refrence: Sahih Bukhari, Volume 6,kitab Ul Tafseer, Hadith Number 4659, Abu Huraira (R.A)

Refrence: Authentic Bukhari, Volume 6, book book, Hadith number 4659, Abu Huraira (R. A)
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Volume 6. Hadith Number 182:
Narrated Abu Huraira: Allah's Apostle said, "The Kanz (money,the Zakat of which is not paid) of anyone of you will appearin the form of bald−headed poisonous male snake on the Day ofResurrection."

Refrence: Sahih Bukhari, Volume 6,kitab Ul Tafseer, Hadith Number 4647, Abu Saeed (R.A)

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Volume 6. Hadith Number: 170:
Narrated Abu Sa`id bin Al−Mu'alla: While I was praying,Allah's Apostle passed me and called me, but I did not go tohim until I had finished the prayer. Then I went to him, andhe said, "What prevented you from coming to me? Didn't Allahsay:−− "O you who believe! Answer the call of Allah (byobeying Him) and His Apostle when He calls you?" He then said,"I will inform you of the greatest Sura in the Qur'an before Ileave (the mosque)." When Allah's Apostle got ready to leave(the mosque), I reminded him. He said, "It is: 'Praise be toAllah, the Lord of the worlds.' (i.e. Surat−al−Fatiha)
As−sab'a Al−Mathani (the seven repeatedly recited Verses).

Refrence: Sahih Bukhari, Volume 6,kitab Ul Tafseer, Hadith Number 4638, Abu Saeed (R.A)

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Volume 6. Hadith Number: 162:
Narrated Abu Sa`id Al−Khudri: A man from the Jews, having beenslapped on his face, came to the Prophet and said, "OMuhammad! A man from your companions from the Ansar hasslapped me on my face!" The Prophet said, "Call him." Whenthey called him, the Prophet said, "Why did you slap him?" Hesaid, "O Allah's Apostle! While I was passing by the Jews, Iheard him saying, 'By Him Who selected Moses above the humanbeings,' I said, 'Even above Muhammad?' I... became furious andslapped him on the face." The Prophet said, "Do not give mesuperiority over the other prophets, for on the Day ofResurrection the people will become unconscious and I will bethe first to regain consciousness. Then I will see Mosesholding one of the legs of the Throne. I will not know whetherhe has come to his senses before me or that the shock he hadreceived at the Mountain, (during his worldly life) was
sufficient for him."

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