Sahih Muslim Book 22. Sacrifices

Sahih Muslim Book 22, Hadith Number 4848.

Chapter : Permissibility of slaughtering the animal with anything which may make its blood flow except tooth, nail and bone. Rafi’ b. Khadij reported from his grandfather that he said: Allah’s Messenger, we are going to encounter the enemy tomorrow,…

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Sahih Muslim Book 22, Hadith Number 4849.

Chapter : Permissibility of slaughtering the animal with anything which may make its blood flow except tooth, nail and bone. Rafi’ b. Khadij reported that he said: Allah’s Messenger, we are going to encounter the enemy tomorrow, and we do…

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Sahih Muslim Book 22, Hadith Number 4851.

Chapter : It was not permissible to eat the flesh of sacrificial animals beyond three days at the beginning of Islam, but this prohibition was abrogated, and now it is permissible. Abu ‘Ubaid, the freed slave of Ibn Azhar, reported…

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Sahih Muslim Book 22, Hadith Number 4853.

Chapter : It was not permissible to eat the flesh of sacrificial animals beyond three days at the beginning of Islam, but this prohibition was abrogated, and now it is permissible. Ibn ‘Umar reported Allah’s Apostle (may peace be upon…

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Sahih Muslim Book 22, Hadith Number 4855.

Chapter : It was not permissible to eat the flesh of sacrificial animals beyond three days at the beginning of Islam, but this prohibition was abrogated, and now it is permissible. Ibn ‘Umar reported that Allah’s Messenger (may peace be…

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Sahih Muslim Book 22, Hadith Number 4856.

Chapter : It was not permissible to eat the flesh of sacrificial animals beyond three days at the beginning of Islam, but this prohibition was abrogated, and now it is permissible. Abdullah b. Waqid reported: Allah’s Messenger (may peace be…

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Sahih Muslim Book 22, Hadith Number 4857.

Chapter : It was not permissible to eat the flesh of sacrificial animals beyond three days at the beginning of Islam, but this prohibition was abrogated, and now it is permissible. Jabir reported that Allah’s Apostle (may peace be upon…

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Sahih Muslim Book 22, Hadith Number 4860.

Chapter : It was not permissible to eat the flesh of sacrificial animals beyond three days at the beginning of Islam, but this prohibition was abrogated, and now it is permissible. Jabir reported: We made provision (out of the flesh…

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Sahih Muslim Book 22, Hadith Number 4861.

Chapter : It was not permissible to eat the flesh of sacrificial animals beyond three days at the beginning of Islam, but this prohibition was abrogated, and now it is permissible. Abu Sa’id al-Khudri reported Allah’s Messenger (may peace be…

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Sahih Muslim Book 22, Hadith Number 4862.

Chapter : It was not permissible to eat the flesh of sacrificial animals beyond three days at the beginning of Islam, but this prohibition was abrogated, and now it is permissible. Salama b. al-Akwa’ reported Allah’s Messenger (way peace be…

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