Is there a ḥadīth that encourages us to recite mā shāʾ Allāh after the muʾadhdhin says ḥayya ʿalā ’l-falāḥ, as some people practise?
Is it true that the Prophet ﷺ promised the hellfire is ḥarām upon the one who first informs about the commencing of Ramaḍān?
Some liberalists say it is a lie that the martyr will be awarded 72 ḥūrs in Jannah. Are they correct in their claim, or is there a legitimate basis to the above-mentioned reward?
Did Tashahhud really originate on the night of Miʿrāj during a conversation between Allāh ﷻ, the Prophet ﷺ and Jibrīl?
Is it true that one should not let one’s children outside in the evenings due to the Shayāṭīn being around at that time?
Is there any authenticity to the virtue of the first Jumuʿah of Ramaḍān, that one who recites the kalimah forty times on the first Jumuʿah of Ramaḍān will be gain the reward equal to a complete Ḥajj, and one who tells another will be rewarded equally to that of two complete Ḥajjs?
Is there any Islāmic basis to what is said that if a lady wears diamond, she will get ill?