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9 years 4 months ago #1532 by ummelias_1
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as salāmu alaikum Bro Mūsá

Inshallah can you help me with the ḥadīth that is said from the prophet about a house that does not have dates? Can you tell me wording of this ḥadīth and where is it recorded and who narrated it please?

barakaallahu feekum

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9 years 3 months ago #1628 by moosaa.richardson
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wa alaykumus-salāmu wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh

it was collected by Muslim in his Ṣaḥīh (#2046) and the authors of the Sunan (except an-Nasaa'ee) from the narration of 'Aa'ishah, who relayed that the Prophet (ṣallallāhu alayhe wa sallam) said:

يا عائشة بيت لا تمر فيه جياع أهله
"O 'Aa'ishah! A house without dates (shall have) hungry occupants."

Some scholars, like at-Tirmithee, understood it to establish the general recommended nature of dates and their superiority over other foods.

Other scholars, like Ibn al-'Arabee (perhaps the first explainer of Jaami' at-Tirmithee), understood it to be restricted to lands where dates are easily available and they are a common staple food. According to this understanding, lands where dates are not a staple food, this concept would apply to their specific staple foods, as a factual description of the people of that place. (So in a place where rice is the main staple food, a house without any rice in it is a house with hungry people living in it.)

An-Nawawee extracted from it that we should store dates in our houses, as a recommended act in Islām.

And Allaah knows best.

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9 years 3 months ago #1635 by ummelias_1
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as salāmu alaikum bro Moossaa


Jazakaallahu khairan for helping explaining the ḥadīth also the answer of where to find it I was able to find it in my book Sahih Muslim in the Book Of Food (19) chapter , Homes that have no dates, their residents are hungry.

1318. 'Aishah may Allah be pleased with her narrated that the Messenger of Allah (ṣallallāhu alayhe wa sallam) said:"O'Aishah, a house in which there are no dates,its residents are hungry-people. O'Aishah, a house in which there one no dates, its residents are hungry people."He said this two or three times


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Ḥadīth as translation of the meanings of summarized Sahih Muslim Arabic-English Volume 2
Compiled by
Al Hafiz Zakiuddin Abdul-Azim Al-Mundhiri
published by Darussalam
Riyadh,Saudi Arabia

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9 years 3 months ago #1637 by Sajid.Bin.Rafeeq
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Jazaakumullaahu khairan. That was beneficial al-hamdulillaah.

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