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100 Fabricated Hadith by Sheikh Faisal April 3, 2012

Filed under: Books,Ilmu — visitor74 @ 12:19 pm

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The Holy Prophet (peace be upon him) said: “He who tells a lie on me intentionally, let him take his seat in the Hellfire” (Bukhari Volume 1, No 107). Whenever a person quotes a fabricated hadith knowingly, he or she is guilty of lying on the Holy Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Fabricated ahadith stunt the spiritual growth of the Muslim Ummah. This book is a compilation and refutation of one hundred of the most famous and lethal fabricated ahadith in the Muslim world today.

Kita semua tahu bahawa banyak hadith-hadith yang tidak sahih yang digunakan oleh kebanyakan dari kita. Kita senang-senang jer bacakan hadith untuk membolehkan kita melakukan sesuatu perkara tanpa kita pasti samada ianya adalah sahih ataupun tidak. Keburukannya adalah apa yang kita lakukan ada tidak benar, dan berkemungkinan besar bukan datang dari Nabi sendiri. Ini kita kena pastikan.

Bidang hadith ini telah lama dipelajari dan dikaji oleh ulama-ulama yang meluangkan begitu banyak masa untuk datang dengan ilmu-ilmu y

 

ang benar. Kalau dibandingkan dengan apa yang telah mereka lakukan, maka amat senanglah kerja kita sekarang. Kita hanya perlu baca sahaja. Tidak perlu lagi mengkaji. Itu pun susah untuk manusia melakukankannya.

Antara hadith-hadith menarik yang kita selalu bacakan dan rupanya adalah tidak sahih dalam ilmu hadith adalah:

– Ali adalah pintu ilmu

– perbezaan pendapat antara umatku adalah rahmat

– carilah ilmu sampai ke negeri china

– anak haram tidak boleh masuk syurga

– siapa yang main catur adalah berdosa. sebenarnya tidak.

– berdosa untuk bercerai

– mencintai negara adalah sebahagian dari iman

– tidak ada keberkatan kalau bermusafir hari jumaat

– balik dari jihad yang kecil kepada jihad yang besar. iaitu melawan nafsu.

Semoga kita semua selamat dari mengamalkan hadith hadith yang salah ataupun lemah.

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The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13¾

Filed under: Books — visitor74 @ 12:11 pm

The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13¾ is the first book in the Adrian Mole series of comedic fiction, written by Sue Townsend. The book is written in adiary style, and focuses on the worries and regrets of a teenager who believes himself to be an intellectual. The story is in 1981 and 1982, and in the background it refers to some of the historic world events of the time, such as the Falklands War and the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana as well as the birth of Prince William. Mole is also a fierce critic of prime minister Margaret Thatcher, listing her as one of his worst enemies.

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looks like something drawn by Adrian himself

Apart from the humorous events described in the diary, a lot of the book’s humour originates from the unreliable narration of Mole, who naïvely, yet confidently, misinterprets events around him.

I’ve read this book while I was young, way young, while in secondary school if I’m not mistaken. I believe it’s because of this book that I decided to have a journal/diary of mine. I thought that I could be as funny as him, I guess. I eventually just wrote a journal. Guess that I would go back to check on the journal and remembering what I did on what day. Never once did I open back my diaries. It is still around though. Though I hope that nobody ever reads it, though. It would the end of me.

This is the first book of the series of the Adrian Mole and I intend to read the whole series. It was funny then, it is still funny now.