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Mukhtar al-Hadith
Mukhtar al-Hadith
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  • Authored by: Habib Umar bin Hafiz

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Details:   Mukhtar al-Hadith - Select Prophetic Traditions,
Paperback 44 + 21 introductory pages = Total 65 Pages,
by Al-Habib Umar bin Hafiz,
English Translations & Notes by Fa'iz Amir,
Published By the Ribat Institute,
Chinese calligraphy design Zainab An Hui.

 
Description :

This text is a translation of 59 prophetic traditions compiled by al-Habib Umar b. Hafiz drawn from the compilation of Al-Habib Muhammad al-Haddad, Shifa al-Saqim which itself is a selection of Prophetic traditions extracted from Imam al Suyuti's, may Allah be pleased with him, Fayd al-Qadir.


The text includes a foreword by al-Habib 'Umar, footnote references & biographies of the traditionists.



Contents :

---Foreword xiii,
---Al-Habīb ‘Umar b. Hafīiz xiii,
---Biography xv.

---1. Actions are solely by intentions... 1,
---2. The most abhorrent of men before God... 2,
---3. Fear God wherever you are... 2,
---4. The most beloved of places to God... 3,
---5. Love God for His bounties... 3,
---6. Be pious towards your parents... 4,
---7. Give glad tidings... 4,
---8. Between every two adhāns is prayer... 5,
---9. The miser is he who... 5,
---10. The trustworthy, honest Muslim trader... 6,
---11. The prayer of three (kinds of people)... 6,
---12. Keep the company of elders... 7,
---13. Strive against the polytheists... 7,
---14. Renew your faith... 8,
---15. Love of the world... 8,
---16. Paradise is surrounded by hardships... 9,
---17. Five things are from the rights... 9,
---18. The finest of you are those most beautiful... 10,
---19. The finest of you are those who learn... 10,
---20. All creatures are God's dependants... 11,
---21. Leave that which causes you doubt... 11,
---22. Supplication between the adhān... 12,
---23. He who is pleased with God ... 12,
---24. It may be that the dishevelled one... 13,
---25. The two raka' of the dawn prayer... 13,
---26. Two raka' using a toothstick... 14,
---27. The All-Merciful, Blessed and Most High... 14,
---28. Visit the graves... 15,
---29. Beautify the Qur'ān... 15,
---30. Sura al-Tabārak is a safeguard... 16,
---31. My intercession is for those... 16,
---32. Undisclosed charity ... 17,
---33. Prayer in congregation... 17,
---34. The food of two suffices three... 18,
---35. Seeking out the lawful... 18,
---36. Time expended in the morning... 19,
---37. The reward for gatherings... 19,
---38. Fātima is part of me... 20,
---39. The distinction between us... 20,
---40. I am as My servant regards Me to be... 21,
---41. Qul Huwa Allahu AHad... 21,
---42. It suffices one as a lie... 22,
---43. Two sayings are light on the tongue... 22,
---44. All things have a quintessence... 23,
---45. Had the world amounted to the wing... 23,
---46. Whoever treads a path... 24,
---47. Whoever prays al-'Īshā in congregation... 24,
---48. A person is with whom he loves... 25,
---49. Vinegar is a fine condiment... 25,
---50. You are only provided for... 26,
---51. Those who are excessive... 26,
---52. A servant believes not until he loves... 27,
---53. I do not eat whilst reclining... 27,
---54. Only keep the company of a believer... 28,
---55. Lā Hawla wa la quwwata... 28,
---56. Makes things easy... 29,
---57. The most learned in Qur'ān ... 29,
---58. The martyr is pardoned... 30,
---59. I am as my servant regards Me to be... 30.


 
Habib ‘Umar bin Hafiz : Habib umar bin Hafiz is a descendant (Sayyad) of the Beloved Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, through his grandson Imam Hussain, may Allah be pleased with him. He was born in Tarim, Hadramaut in Yemen, and raised in a household that possessed a tradition and lineage of Islamic scholarship and righteousness, his father being the famous martyr, scholar, and caller to Islam, Al-Habib Muhammad bin Salim. 


Having memorised the Qur'an at a very early age, Habib Umar also memorized the core texts in fiqh, hadith, Arabic Language, and other religious sciences. He studied many sciences including spirituality from his father Al-Habib Muhammad bin Salim, acquiring from him a deep love and concern for daëwah and religious counsel in the way of Allah. He attended numerous circles of knowledge held by traditional scholars, such as Muhammad bin Alawi bin Shihab and al-Shaikh Fadl Baa Fadl. Later, he enrolled at the Ribat of al-Baydaí, where he began to study the traditional sciences under the expert tutelage of Al-Habib Muhammad bin Abd-Allah al-Haddar, as well as under the Shafi'i jurist and scholar Al-Habib Zain bin Sumait. Habib Umar was given permission to teach soon after. 


Afterwards, he began to visit many neighbouring towns and communities across Yemen and studied with the Mufti of Tai'iz, al-Habib Ibrahim bin Aqil bin Yahya, who began to show him much love and attention. He received similar treatment from his Shaikh al-Habib Muhammad al-Haddar, who gave him his daughter's hand in marriage after being impressed by his uprightness and intelligence. Al-Habib Umar then traveled to the Hijaz and studied several books with prominent scholars, including Al-Habib Abdul Qadir bin Ahmad al-Saqqaf, Al-Habib Ahmed Mashur al-Haddad, and Al-Habib Attas al-Habashi.

 







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