Daily Archives: November 16, 2011

The Oneness of God, Allah (SWT)

The Quran reminds us of the falsity of all alleged gods. To the worshippers of man-made objects, it asks:
“Do you worship what you have carved yourself?” (The Noble Quran 37:95)
“Or have you taken unto you others beside Him to be your protectors, even such as have no power either for good or for harm to themselves?” (The Noble Quran 13:16)
To the worshippers of heavenly bodies it cites the story of Abraham:
“When night outspread over him he saw a star and said, ‘This is my Lord.’ But when it set he said, ‘I love not the setters.’ When he saw the moon rising, he said, ‘This is my Lord.’ But when it set he said, ‘If my Lord does not guide me I shall surely be of the people gone astray.’ When he saw the sun rising, he said, ‘This is my Lord; this is greater.’ But when it set he said, ‘O my people, surely I quit that which you associate, I have turned my face to Him Who originated the heavens and the earth; a man of pure faith, I am not of the idolaters.'” (The Noble 6:76-79)
“If Allah wants to favor someone, He grants him comprehension (understanding) of this religion.”
[Sahih Bukhari vol.1 # 71, Tirmidhi and Musnad Ahmad]
“It is Allah Who has created me, and it is He Who guides me;And when I am ill, it is He who cures me;
“And it is He Who feeds me and gives me to drink…”And Who will cause me to die, and then will bring me to life (again);
“And Who, I hope will forgive me my faults on the Day of Recompense, (the Day of Resurrection)”.
 The Noble Quran, ( Surahالشعراء Al Shuara).
Quote: How is it possible for one’s heart to be certain that one is going to meet Allah, that Allah sees and hears all that he does, and knows his secret open affairs, and that he will be made to stand before Allah, answerable for all his deeds – how can one be certain and aware of all of this, and yet persist upon things which displease Allah; persist upon abandoning Allah’s orders, neglecting His rights, and yet claim that he has good expectation of Allah?
Scholar Name: Ibn Qayyim Al Jawziyyah
“And to ALLAH belongs all that is in the heavens and all that is in the earth. And verily, We have recommended to the people of the Scripture before you, and to you (O Muslims) that you (all) fear ALLAH, and keep your duty to Him, But if you disbelieve, then unto ALLAH belongs all that is in the heavens and all that is in the earth, and ALLAH is Ever Rich (Free of all wants), Worthy of all praise.”
(The Noble Quran 4:131)
Then learnt Adam from his Lord words of inspiration, and his Lord Turned towards… him; for He is Oft-Returning, Most Merciful. (Chapter #2, Verse #37)
Recite to them the truth of the story of the two sons of Adam. Behold! they each presented a sacrifice (to Allah.: It was accepted from one, but not from the other. Said the latter: “Be sure I will slay thee.” “Surely,” said the former, “(Allah) doth accept of the sacrifice of those who are righteous. (Chapter #5, Verse #27)
‎”Allah the Almighty has said: ‘O son of Adam, so long as you call upon Me, and hope in Me, I shall forgive you for what you have done, and I shall not mind. O son of Adam, were your sins to reach the clouds in the sky and were you then to ask forgiveness of Me, I shall forgive you. O son of Adam, were you to come to Me with an earthful of sins and were you then to face Me, without having associated anything with Me, I shall grant you an earthful of pardon.'” [Al-Tirmidhi]
ALLAH (SWT) Says in the Glorious QURAN: “Call upon me; I will respond to u……”(Holy Quran40:60)
1. Abu hurariah(R.A) narrated that Prophe Muhammad PBUH Saidt: “In the Last third of every night our Rabb (ALLAH SWT) descends to the Lowermost heaven and says: “who is calling me, so that i may answer him” “who is asking me so that may i grant him?
“who is seeking forgiveness from me, so that i may forgive him?
(Sahih Bukhari, & Hadith Qudsi)
2. (Reported by ibn’Abbas & Collected by Tirmidhi) That Prophet  Muhammad(may peace& blessing of Allah be upon him) said:
“If u ask in prayer, ask only ALLAH,& If u seek help, seek it only from Allah.
” ALLAH-HU-AKBAR……
1. When you’re blessed, he is AR-RAHMAN….
2. When you’re hungry. He is AL-RAZZAQ.
3. When you’re honoured. He is AL-MU’IZZ….
4. When you’re weak, he is AL-MOQEET….
5. When u prayed, he is AL-MUJEEB….
6.when you’re gifted, he is AL-KAREEM…..
7. When you’re forgiven, he is AL-GAFOOR…
8. When you’re in the darkness of hopelessness. He is AL-NOOR….
9. When u need a friend, He is AL-WALI……
10.If you’re a sinned, He is AT-TAWWAB….
Hazrat Anas (R.A) reports that the Messenger of Allah (swt) said:

“Whoever says upon leaving from his house: ‘In the name of Allah, I put my trust in Allah. There is no power or might except with Allah,’ it will be said to him: ‘That is sufficient for you…you are guided, defended, and protected and the devil will be driven away from you.”‘

Islam & the Concept of Friendship

Humans have always been social creatures and in need of friends and companions. Much of our lives is spent in interaction with others. For us Muslims who are living in a society where we are clearly a minority, the issue of choosing the right companions is essential for preserving our Deen. Befriending righteous and virtuous Muslims is an essential means for staying on the Straight Path. Strong individuals, on the other hand, are the core of a strong community, something that Muslims should always strive for.
We all know that we were created for a specific purpose and that Allah the Most High has given us life in order to test us. None of us will deny that we are here for a relatively short period of time and that we shall meet Allah (swt) one Day. Once we know our purpose and our goal, we should seek ways to achieve them so as to benefit our own selves. All of us believe that Allah has sent us a Messenger (saws) and revealed to us the Qur’an, the Best Speech.

In an authentic Hadith, the Prophet Muhammad (saws) said: “A person is likely to follow the faith of his friend, so look whom you befriend.” (1).

The person most noble in character and dealings with fellow humans gave us a very clear message and advice in regard to friendship. We should choose the friend that is satisfied with our Deen and avoid the friend that is displeased with it. Whoever we see and are pleased with his Deen, we should befriend him and whoever we are displeased with his Deen and his manners, we ought to avoid him. There is no good in the companion who does not wish for us (from good) what he wishes for himself. There is also no good in the companion who wishes for us what he wishes for himself, if what he likes for his own soul is leading him towards destruction and Hellfire.

The bases for the actions of those who follow the evil ways are corrupt; their actions are built upon misguidance and deviation. Their deeds are worthless to them as Allah (swt) said: “And We will proceed to what they have done of deeds, so We shall render them to scattered floating dust.” (The Noble Qur’an 25:23)

Their actions, even if we regard them as righteous and noble are of no value to them, so how can they be of benefit to us? Friends are those who feel for their companions, in both happy and sad moments. If we share our feelings with the wrong-doers whose actions are worthless and based on corruption, then we are following the same ways and standards as they are. Affection which results from that friendship leads to love and closeness to other than the righteous believers, and this may even lead to avoiding those who are on the Straight Way. Mixing with followers of any way other than that of the Guidance also results in a change in one’s behavior, morals and conduct.

 


If we agree, follow and are pleased with such friends, then we inherit their habits, behaviors and even religion. Such a Muslim would find himself in a situation wherein he is willing to hide his Islam in front of those who despise it (those that he considers as friends) and to separate from the believers. When this situation occurs, a point is reached when there is a very slight difference between the Muslim and his wrong-doing companion. Such a companionship is the root of sickness of one’s heart and loss of one’s Deen.

Instead of making friends with the misguided ones we should befriend the righteous and treat the rest in a gracious and just manner. Staying at sufficient distance is necessary, yet treating everybody in a noble and kind manner is required.

In another Hadith, Prophet Muhammad (saws) said: “The example of a good companion and a bad companion is like that of the seller of musk, and the one who blows the blacksmith’s bellows.. So as for the seller of musk then either he will grant you some, or you buy some from him, or at least you enjoy a pleasant smell from him. As for the one who blows the blacksmith’s bellows then either he will burn your clothes or you will get an offensive smell from him.” (2)

In his commentary of this Hadith, Imam an-Nawawy said that the Prophet (saws) compared a good companion to a seller of musk and spoke of the virtue of having companions who are good, who have noble manners, piety, knowledge and good culture. Such are those who grant us from their virtue. And he (saws) forbade us to sit with those who do evil, commit a lot of sins and other bad deeds, as well as with innovators, backbiters, and so forth. Another scholar said: “keeping good company with the pious results in attainment of beneficial knowledge, noble manners and righteous actions, whereas keeping company with the wicked prevents all of that.” Many times a Muslim is encouraged by his friends to do evil and to forget his duties. The result is that Muslims themselves are often ashamed to leave them to perform prayer, their friends thus causing them to clearly deviate from the Right Path.

Allah the Exalted says in the Qur’an: “And (remember) the Day when the wrong-doer will bite his hands and say: Woe to me! Would that I had taken a path with the Messenger. Woe to me! If only I had not taken so- and-so as a friend! He has led me astray from this Reminder (the Qur’an) after it had come to me. And Satan is ever a deserter to man in the hour of need.”  (The Noble Qur’an 25:27-29)

So take heed before the inevitable Day comes when we are called to account for our actions.

Almighty Allah, the All-Wise also says: “Friends on that Day will be enemies one to another, except al-Muttaqoon (i.e. those who have Taqwah).” (The Noble Qur’an 43:67)

Hafidh Ibn Katheer, commenting on this verse, relates a story on the authority of Ali Ibn Abi Talib (Karamullahu Wajhahu) and says that any friendship for other than Allah is turned into enmity, except what was in it for Allah the Mighty and Majestic: “Two who are friends for Allah’s sake; one of them dies and is given good news that he will be granted al-Jannah, so he remembered his friend and he supplicated for him, saying: ‘O Allah, my friend used to command me to obey You and to obey Your Prophet (saws) and used to command me to do good and to forbid me from doing evil.And he told me that I will meet You.

O Allah, do not let him go astray after me, until you show him what you have just shown me, until You are satisfied with him, just like You are satisfied with me.’ So he is told: ‘Had you known what is (written) for you friend, would you have laughed a lot and cried a little.’ Then his friend dies and their souls are gathered, and both are asked to express their opinions about each other. So each one of them says to his friend: ‘You were the best brother, the best companion and the best friend.’

And when one of the two disbelieving friends dies, and he is given tidings of Hellfire, he remembered his friend and he said: ‘O Allah, my friend used to order me to disobey You and disobey Your Prophet, and commanded me to do evil, and forbade me from doing good, and told me that I would not meet You. O Allah, do not guide him after me, until you show him what you have just shown me and until you are dissatisfied with him just like You are dissatisfied with me.’ Then the other disbelieving friend dies, and their souls are gathered, and both are asked to give their opinions about each other. So each one says to his friend: ‘You were the worst brother, the worst companion and the worst friend.”

That is the end of those who do not have Taqwah and those who befriend for a sake other than that of Allah the Exalted. Allah has surely spoken the truth and we all should grasp what He has informed us of. It is through the good company that Allah, the Most High, saves those who are astray and guides the wicked. The benefit of mixing with the righteous is immense, and it will, insha’Allah, be even more obvious to us in the Hereafter. One of the early Muslims said that it is from Allah’s blessings upon a youth when he turns to worship that he is given brother who is a follower of the Sunnah encouraging him upon it.

Sealing a friendship for Allah’s sake will result in one’s receiving protection of Allah (swt). And as Ibn Abbas said: “No one may taste true faith except by this (i.e. building relationships for Allah’s sake), even if his prayers and fasts are many. People have come to build their relationship around the concerns of the world, but it will not benefit them in any way.” (3)

A scholar has said: “To seal a friendship for Allah’s sake indicates the obligation of establishing relationships of love and trust for His sake; this is a friendship for the sake of Allah. It also indicates that simple affection is not enough here; indeed what is meant is a love based upon alliance. This entails assistance, honor, and respect. It means being with those whom you love both in word and deed.” Loyalty for the sake of Allah really means to love Allah and to come to the assistance of His Deen; to love those who are obedient to Him and to come to their help. Moreover, the Shahadah “La Ilaha Illa Allah” requires us to ally ourselves for the sake of Allah, and it requires us to ally ourselves to the Muslims wherever we find them.

In two other authentic narration’s of the Prophet (saws) we were commanded to keep company with a believer only (3), and told that a person will be with those he loves (4). So if we love and associate ourselves with those who are misguided, we should fear for our fate. The wise person is the one who prepares himself for the Hereafter, not the one who neglects his faith and falls into the trap of Satan who tells him that he will be forgiven and that he can do whatever he wishes. If we truly believe that the best speech is the Speech of Allah and that he best guidance is the guidance of Prophet Muhammad (saws), we should act in accordance with them, lest we build a proof against ourselves.

Hadhrat Ali Karallahu Wajhahu said: “Mix with the noble people, you become one of them; and keep away from evil people to protect yourself from their evils.” (4)

If we are truly concerned about our fate, we must come to this realisation: those who take us away from remembering Allah, from obeying Him and His Prophet (saws), those who fail to remind us of our daily prayers and those who do not give us sincere advice in regard to our Deen; such are really our foes and not our friends. On the other side, “a believer is the mirror of his brother” (5), and if he sees any faults in the other believer, he draws his attention to it, helps him to give it up and helps him wipe away any evil that he may have.

Ibn Hazm said: “Anyone who criticises you cares about your friendship. Anyone who makes light of your faults cares nothing about you.” (5)

How can we expect sincere advice and exhortation in regard to our religion from those who are displeased with our Deen or are simply indifferent? Are they going to help us achieve the purpose of our life, or will they take us away from it? Will they desire for us Allah’s pleasure or is that Completely irrelevant to them and not their concern at all? Are they leading us to al-Jannah or to the Hellfire? These are the questions we have to ask ourselves, lest we wake up after we die.

“O you who believe! Take care of your own selves. If you follow the right guidance and enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong no hurt can come to you from those who are in error. The return of you all is to Allah, then He will inform you about (all) that which you used to do.” (The Holly Qur’an 5:105)

We ask Allah to make us of the righteous ones and give us companions that will take us away from His Wrath and lead us to His Pleasure and Paradise.

References:
1- Abu Dawood and at-Tirmithi
2- Al-Bukhari and Muslim
3- Abu Dawood and at-Tirmithi
4- Al-Bukhari and Muslim
5- Abu Dawood, Hasan Hadith

Know that not everyone is suitable to be a friend:

The Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم  (Mohammad PBUH) said:

الرَّجُلُ عَلَى دِينِ خَلِيلِهِ فَلْيَنْظُرْ أَحَدُكُمْ مَنْ يُخَالِلُ

Man is on the religion of his companion, so let one of you choose whom to befriend.
[Sunan Abu Dau’d : 4193]

There are signs, qualities and indications that help one distinguish and choose whom to be friend and associate with according to what one desires from friendship or companionship.

There are religious and material gains to look for in any friendship or association. Material gains include earning money, fame or just friendship and companionship. Religious gains from friendship include learning religious knowledge and imitating righteous actions and statements, so that one might be helped to repel all types of impurity that might attack the heart and hinder from performing the acts of worship.

Therefore, choose a friend or a companion who is wise, good mannered and righteous, who is neither a sinner, innovator in the religion or fond of this life.

Worshiping/Obeying Only Almighty Allah (One God)

In the Name of Allaah, The Beneficent, The Merciful


Verily all praise is due to Allah.

We praise Him, we seek His Help and ask for His Forgiveness. We seek refuge in Allah from all the evils in our souls and from our sinful deeds. Whoever Allah guides, no one can mislead and whoever Allah leaves stray, no one can guide.

I bear witness that there is no one worthy of worship except Allah. He is one and has no partners. And

I bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and last Messenger. O believers have fear and consciousness of Allah according to His right and die not except as Muslims.

O mankind, have fear and consciousness of your Lord, the One who created you from one soul and created from it its mate and from them spread many men and women. And fear Allah from whom you demand your mutual rights and do not cut off family relations. Surely Allah is Ever an All-Watcher over you.

O believers, have fear and consciousness of Allah and always speak the truth. He will direct you to do righteous deeds and will forgive you your sins. Whosoever obeys Allah and His Messenger has indeed achieved a great reward.

All the prophets of God including; Adam, Noah, Abraham, Issac, Jacob, and the tribes, Jesus, and Muhammad (peace be upon them), invited the people to the same thing, to worship The One God without any partners, son or associates.

Allah, The Exalted said: “Say you (O Muhammad): “This is my way; I invite unto Allah (i.e. to the Oneness of Allah – Islamic Monotheism) (with sure knowledge), I and whosoever follows me (also must invite others to Allah i.e. the Oneness of Allah -Islamic Monotheism) with sure knowledge. And Glorified and Exalted is Allah (above all they associate as partners with Him), and I am not of the polytheists.” (The Noble Qur’an 12:108).

All the prophets of God including; Adam, Noah, Abraham, Issac, Jacob, and the tribes, Jesus, and Muhammad (peace be upon them), invited the people to the same thing, to worship The One God without any partners, son or associates.

In order to understand why must worship Allah (The One God,) we must first accept the Oneness of the Lordship of Allah i.e. Tawheedur-Ruboobiyyah.

This means to believe that; there is only One Lord for everything that exist, its Creator, Organizer, Originator, Planner, Sustainer, Authority, Giver of Security, etc. and this is Allah (One God).

The belief in the Lordship of One God cannot be separated by the act of worshipping the One God i.e. Tawheedul-Uloohiyyah. This means to believe that none has right to be worshipped (e.g. praying, invoking, asking for help from the unseen, swearing, sacrificing, pilgrimage, fasting, giving charity, etc.) but Allaah.

The final aspect of Tawheed is the On eness of the Names and Attributes of Allah. This means:-

1) We must not name or attribute anything to Allah except with what Allah or His Messenger has named or attributed to Him.

2) None can be named or attributed with the Names or Attributes of Allaah. E.g. The Mighty (Al Azeez).

3) We must confirm all of Allah’s Names and Attributes stated in His book (The Qur’an) or mentioned through His Messenger (Muhammad without changing them or ignoring them completely or twisting the meanings or giving them resemblance to any of the created things. These three aspects of Tauhid are included in the meaning of Laa ilaaha illallaah (None has the right to be worshipped except Allah).

It is essential to follow Allah’s Messenger, Muhammad and it is part of the worship of the One God (Tawheedul-Uloohiyyah).

This is included in the meaning of ” I testify that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah,” and this means, “None has the right to be followed after Allah’s Book (The Qur’an), but Allah’s Messenger,” Allah said: “And whatsoever the Messenger gives you, take it, and whatsoever he forbids you, abstain from it”. (The Noble Qur’an 59:7).

Laa illaaha illallaah is the foundation of Tawheed (Islamic Monotheism) and Islam. It is a complete system of life, through which, all forms of worship (of Allah) are realized. That happens when a Muslim submits himself to Allah, and calls upon Him alone, and refers all issues (of right and wrong) to His Law, to the exclusion of all other systems of law.

“The word ilah (i.e. God), means the One who is obeyed and not defied, out of one sense of awe and reference, love, fear, and hope, placing one’s trust in Him, asking Him and supplicating Him alone.

Whoever directs any of these matters (which are the rights of Allah) to a created being, has detract from the sincerity of his statement La ilaha illa- Allah.

And he has worshipped that created being to the extent he directed those matters toward it”.

The Prophet Muhammad PBUH said: “Whoever says Laa illaaha illullaah sincerely will enter Paradise”. (Reported by Bazzar and declared authentic by Imaam al-Albaanee in Saheeh al-Jami).

The Prophet Muhammad PBUH said: “Whoever says La illaha illa-Allah, it will be his salvation someday, no matter what befalls him before that.” (This was reported by Baihaqi, declared authentic by Albaanee in Ahaadeeth as-Saheehah #1932).

♥ Be Thankful of Almighty Allah ♥

ALLAH…….Will never abandon you.
ALLAH…….Will never let you down.
ALLAH…….Wants to bless you.
ALLAH…….Will sustain you.
ALLAH…….is The Everlasting.
ALLAH…….is True Love.
ALLAH…….is The Almighty.

 Did you thank Him for His blessings today?

If You Adopt “FASHION”, You Will Please People.
But If You Adopt “SUNNAH” You will Please Your Lord (Almighty ALLAH)
And now  Masha Allah You can;
See
Hear
Talk
walk…
So, Say;
Alhmdullillah 

About Paradise (Jannah)

Qualities/Description of Paradise (Jannah)

When Mu’min will enter into Jannah, it will be announced, we can also say the difference between this world and Jannah (Paradise), 

In this world Humans are becoming Sick, but in Jannah no Sickness/Disease Exist.

In this world there is death but in Paradise death will never come

In this world life is one aspect and there is limited needs and unlimited wants, and the person will be tired of everything  after he/she reached to it like: wealth, position, wants but in Paradise life is not one aspect and no one will be tired from living there.  (Except worshiping almighty Allah, that the person will not be tired of it, because as much your worshiping your getting closer to almighty Allah and you are enjoying from the real/right life and way of living, your love, goal and everything will be for Allah).

1. You will remain healthy forever, disease will never come.
2. You will remain alive for ever, death will never come.
3. You will remain in bounties which will never be finished.

4. You will Remain young for ever…

Jannat is made with:

1. Bricks of Gold and Silver.
2. Its cement is of perfumed Musk.
3. Its chips are pearls and Yaqoot.
4. Its sand is Zafraan.

Doors of Jannah:

There are eight doors of Jannah. These are eight grades of Jannat

1. Jannatul Mava
2. Darul Maqaam
3. Darul Salaam
4. Darul Khuld
5. Jannat-ul-Adan
6. Jannat-ul-Naeem
7. Jannat-ul-Kasif
8. Jannat-ul-Firdous

Foods of Jannah:

They will eat foods and fruits continuously up to 40 years. Every bowl will have a new taste. They will take eructation which will digest the food and there will be perfumed sweating for the digestion of water. There will be no urine and stool.

Place Name:

Here will be gardens in Jannah. Every garden will have the length of about 100 year’s journey. The shadow of these gardens will be very dense. Their plants will be free of thorns. The size of their leaves will be equal to ears of elephants. Their fruits will be hanging in rows.

Jannatul Mava is in the lowest,

Jannat-ul-Adan is the middle

Jannat-ul- Firdous is on the highest.

Those who love each other for the sake of Allah will get a pillar of Yaqoot, on which there will be seventy thousand (70,000) rooms. These will shine for the residents of Jannah as the sun shines for the residents of Duniya.

There will be rooms in Jannah in such a way that every room will have seventy thousand (70,000) dinning sheets. On every dinning sheet 70,000 types of foods will be served. For their service 80,000 young boys will be moving around looking like beautiful scattered pearls.

One bunch of dates will be equal to the length of 12 arms.
The size of a date will be equal to the big pitcher.

These will be whiter than milk, sweeter than honey and softer than butter and free Of seeds. The stem of these plants will be made up of gold and silver. There will also be gardens of grapes. The bunches of grapes will be very big. The size of a single grape will be equal to a big pitcher.

Someone asked,O’ Messanger of Allah (swt), Prophet Muhammad PBUH: ya Rasulullah (Sallalahu alaihi wasallam):

will it be sufficient for me and my family. It was answered, it will be sufficient for you and your whole tribe.

The Dresses of Jannah:

The dress of Jannah will be very beautiful.

One will wear 70 dresses at a time.

These will be very fine, delicate, weightless, having different colors. These dresses will be so fine that the body even the heart will be visible.
And the waves of love in the hearts will also be visible. These dresses will never become old, never be dirty and will never tear.


There will be four canals in every Jannah:
1. Water
2. Milk
3. Honey
4. Sharabun Tahoora.

There will also be three fountains in Jannah:

1. Kafoor
2. Zanjabeel
3. Tasneem

Qualities of People of Jannah:

In Jannah, height of every Mo ‘min (Muslim), will be equal to the height of:
Hazrat Adam (Alaihissalaam) 60 arms (90 feet).
Beauty will be like that of Hazrat Yousuf (Alaihissalaam)
Age of youth will be like that of Hazrat Esa (Alaihissalaam) 30-33 years).
Sweetness of voice will be like that of Hazrat Dawud (Alaihissalaam).
Tolerance will be like that of Hazrat Yaqoob (Alaihissalaam)
Patience will be like that of Hazrat Ayyub (Alaihissalaam.)
Habits will be like that of Sayyaduna Muhammad (Sallalahu alaihi wasallam)

The Prophet Mohammad PBUH said:
Paradise has one hundred levels which Allâh has reserved for the mujâhidîn who fight in His Cause and the distance between each of the two grades is like the distance between the heavens and the earth. So when you ask Allâh for something, ask for al-Firdaws which is the best and highest part of Paradise. Above it is the throne of the Most Merciful, and from it originate the rivers of Paradise”.

Narrated by al-Bukhâri from Abû Hurayrah (R.A)