The Hadith

A hadith is one of various reports describing the words, actions, or habits of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. The term comes from Arabic meaning a "report", "account" or "narrative". Hadith are second only to the Quran in developing Islamic jurisprudence, and regarded as important tools for understanding the Quran and commentaries (tafsir) written on it. Some important elements of traditional Islam, such as the five salat prayers, are mentioned in hadith.


One such Hadith is:

Narrated (Abu Huraria) Allah's Messenger (PBUH) said, Allah says, If My servant intends to do a bad deed then (angels) do not write it unless he does it: if he does it: Then write it as one sin, but if he refrains from doing it for My sake, then write it as a good deed. If he intends to do a good deed, but does not do it then write it as one good deed. If he does it, write for him ten good deeds or up to seven hundred good deeds."
sumarized: Sahih Al Bukhari

The Book of Tauhid 88: Chapter 5
The Oneness of God 9;592

Hadith Qudsii

Hadith Qudsii is defined as “divinely inspired” reports from the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) where he indicates that what he is stating are the words of ALLAH (Highly Glorified Is He).

A few examples from this collection are:

On the authority of Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) from the Prophet (ﷺ), who said:

Allah (mighty and sublime be He) says: Fasting is Mine and it is I who give reward for it. [A man] gives up his sexual passion, his food and his drink for my sake. Fasting is like a shield, and he who fasts has two joys: a joy when he breaks his fast and a joy when he meets his Lord. The change in the breath of the mouth of him who fasts is better in Allah's estimation than the smell of musk. It was related by al-Bukhari (also by Muslim, Malik, at-Tirmidhi, an-Nasa'i and Ibn Majah).

Hadith 10

On the authority of Abu Harayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) from the Prophet (ﷺ), who said:

Allah (mighty and sublime be He) said: Spend (on charity), O son of Adam, and I shall spend on you. It was related by al-Bukhari (also by Muslim).

Hadith 11

For the Complete collection of the Hadith Qudsii go to:


With the Name ALLAH, The Most Gracious Benefactor, The Merciful Redeemer

1. Do Muslims worship a G’d called Allah?

Muslims worship the same G’d as any people who believe in one Creator of all the worlds, be it the material world, mental or spiritual realms. We believe in one G’d. In Arabic it is pronounced Allah, which means The G’d.

2. Who is Prophet Muhammad ibn Abdullah?

The Holy Qur’an says regarding Muhammad:
Muhammad is not the father of any of your men, but he is the Messenger of Allah and the seal of the prophets. And Allah is ever knower of all things. Al-Qur’an Ch. 33:40.

3. How does Muslim see Jews, Christians and others?

The Holy Qur’an says regarding Jews, Christians and others:
Surely those who believe, and those who are Jews and the Christians and the Sabians, whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day does good, they have their reward with their Lord, and there is no fear for them, nor should they grieve. Al-Qur’an Ch. 2:62.

4. How does Muslim see Prophet Jesus?

The Holy Qur’an says regarding Prophet Jesus:
Say: We believe in Allah and that which has been reveal to us and that which was reveal to Abraham, and Ishmael and Isaac and Jacob and the tribes, and that which was given to Moses and Jesus, and that which was given to the prophets from their Lord, we do not make any distinction between any of them and to Him do we submit. Al-Qur’an Ch. 2:136.

5. Was Islam spread by the sword?

The Holy Qur’an says regarding spreading the religion Islam through force:
There is no compulsion in religion; the right way is indeed clearly distinct from error. So whoever disbelieves in the devil and believes in Allah, he indeed lays hold on the firmest handle, which shall never break. And Allah is hearing, knowing. Al-Qur’an Ch. 2:256.

If you have any questions e-mail them to,
With Allah’s help, we will answer them.