Hadith (Holy Narrations)

On distortion of ‘Fatima is a part of me’ hadith by Ahlul Bayt’s enemies

Question: I read somewhere that the Holy Prophet (s) said “Fatima is a part of me, and he

Is the so-called ‘Eid-e-Zahra’ fact or fiction?

Question: Some Shias celebrate a supposed eid called ‘Eid-e-Zahra’, which is said to be on the 9th of

Is Laylatul Raghaib really mustahab to observe?

Question: Laylatul Raghaib is said to be a special night that falls on the first Thursday night of

Do Angels really have wings, or is this a Christian belief?

Question: In a recent lecture I heard from a scholar, he said that the idea that Angels have

Using narrations from Abu Horayrah & other Sunni narrators

Question: Due to my interest in ‘Practical Irfan’, and the fact that I hear of so many great

Hadith about the death of Abdullah of Hijaz and the reappearance of Imam Mahdi, are they authentic?

Question: There are some ahadith doing the rounds on social media, can you tell us if they are authentic or if they can be applied to the present situation? 1. From the Messenger of Allah (pbuhaf): Hijaz (Saudi Arabia) will be ruled by a man whose name is the name of an animal(Fahad/leopard), when you

Did the wives of the Prophet poison him as narrated by al-Ayyashi?

This is a follow up question from the original question posted here: Was the Holy Prophet poisoned and martyred

Meaning of: “Every person who is tempted to go astray, does not deserve punishment”

Question: Can you please explain the exact meaning of this saying which comes from Nahjul Balagha: 14. “Every

We have narrations mentioning ’12 Mahdis’ that come after Imam Mahdi. Are they valid?

Question: Can you please comment on the validity (or invalidity) of the following hadith: Imam Al-Sadiq (a.s) said: “from

What is the Shia view on Sunni hadith books like ‘Sahih Bukhari’ & ‘Sahih Muslim’?

Question: What is the Shia view on the Sunni hadith compilation books such as ‘Sahih Bukhari’ and ‘Sahih Muslim’? What makes them ‘not Sahih’ (unauthentic) in the Shia view and how authentic are the hadiths within them considered? Answer: As you know, there are two major sources of information for Muslims. The first is the Holy Qur’an,