The 40 Nawawiyy Hadiths (Part 1)
Taught by Sheikh Samir Al-Qadi
Translated by Hajj’ Riad Nachef
Also includes beneficial classes on the obligations and sins of the heart
Taught by Sheikah Nusaibah Sakr
Translated by Hajj’ ^Aliyy Ghazzawi
ALTHOUGH EVERY EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO GUARANTEE THE ACCURACY OF THESE RECORDINGS, WE ASK LISTENERS TO CONFIRM FROM OTHER TRUSTWORTHY SOURCES THE STATEMENTS CONTAINED HEREIN AND THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF THEM. SOMETIMES UNINTENTIONAL ERRORS, SUCH AS SLIPS OF THE TONGUE, CAN BE FOUND IN RECORDINGS JUST AS MISPRINTS CAN BE FOUND IN BOOKS, EVEN WHEN THE AUTHOR IS RELIABLE AND TRUSTWORTHY.
THIS IS KNOWLEDGE FOR YOUR HEREAFTER; BE SAFE RATHER THAN BE SORRY.
NOTE THE FOLLOWING CORRECTIONS:
- It was said: No one is God without continuing. The correction is No one is God except Allah.
- It was said: thrift spending and this gives the opposite meaning of what was meant. Use instead extravagant or unnecessary spending.
- It was said: In reference to the 7th hadith that it is one of four traits, the intended meaning: Muhammad ibn Aslam at-Tusiyy said this is one of four hadiths…
- It was said: Jewish scholar, the correct statement is scholar, without Jewish.
- It was said: in reference to the response of Ali Ibn al-Husain to the man who was testing his patience I forgive you, the correct translation is I don’t pay attention to you or I turn away from you.
- Ought to: in English can mean a duty or it can mean a liked matter to do. Observe where used in the context of “ought not to sin” that it means it is a duty on one. When used in the context of “ought to perform optional prayers” that it means it is a liked matter to do.