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Kitab Mukhtarul Hadits: A Collection of Prophetic Traditions by Sayyid Ahmad Al Hasyimi

Kitab Mukhtarul Hadits (مØتØØ ØÙØØØØÙØ ØÙÙØÙÙØ ÙÙØÙØ ØØÙ…Ø ØÙÙØØمÙ) is a book that contains a selection of hadiths, or sayings and actions of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), compiled by Sayyid Ahmad Al Hasyimi, a scholar from Yemen. The book is divided into 28 chapters, each corresponding to a letter of the Arabic alphabet. The author chose the most authentic and relevant hadiths from various sources, such as Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, and other books of hadith. The book aims to provide guidance and wisdom for Muslims in various aspects of life, such as faith, worship, ethics, morality, and social relations.

The book is available in pdf format for free download from several websites, such as Shepangaro Pustaka[^1^], Terjemahkitab[^2^], Pecinta Ulama[^3^], and Galeri Kitab Kuning[^4^]. Some of these websites also provide the translation of the book in Indonesian language. The book is suitable for anyone who wants to learn more about the teachings and examples of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), the best of creation.

Reading hadith has many benefits for Muslims, both in this world and in the hereafter. Some of the benefits are:

Reading hadith increases one's knowledge and understanding of Islam, as hadith explains the meanings and implications of the Qur'anic verses, as well as the practical aspects of worship, morality, and social relations.

Reading hadith strengthens one's faith and love for Allah and His Messenger (peace be upon him), as hadith reveals the wisdom, mercy, justice, and guidance of Allah, as well as the noble character, manners, and miracles of His Messenger (peace be upon him).

Reading hadith motivates one to follow the example and teachings of the Prophet (peace be upon him), as hadith shows the rewards and blessings for those who obey him and the punishments and curses for those who disobey him.

Reading hadith purifies one's heart and soul, as hadith reminds one of the realities of death, grave, resurrection, judgment, heaven, and hell, as well as the virtues of repentance, patience, gratitude, sincerity, and trust in Allah.

Therefore, reading hadith is a noble and rewarding act that every Muslim should strive to do regularly. However, reading hadith also requires some conditions and precautions, such as:

Reading hadith from authentic and reliable sources, such as the six canonical books of hadith (Bukhari, Muslim, Tirmidhi, Abu Dawud, Nasai, and Ibn Majah), or other books that have been verified by scholars of hadith.

Reading hadith with proper understanding and interpretation, by referring to the context, occasion, reason, and explanation of each hadith, as well as the opinions and rulings of scholars who are well-versed in the sciences of hadith.

Reading hadith with sincere intention and humble attitude, by seeking the pleasure and guidance of Allah alone, and by avoiding arrogance, prejudice, or fanaticism that may lead to misusing or abusing the hadith.

Reading hadith with practical application and implementation, by acting upon what one learns from the hadith and by inviting others to do the same with wisdom and good manners.

In conclusion, reading hadith is a valuable source of Islamic knowledge and guidance that can enrich one's life in this world and in the hereafter. However, reading hadith also requires some care and responsibility that can ensure one's benefit and safety from any harm or deviation. 248dff8e21


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