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افتراضي قائمة محتويات تهذيب الشفا Shefa Table of Contents

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Shefa Table of Contents

هذه قائمة محتويات الشفا للقاضي عياض رحمه الله
اللهم تقبل
ترجمة لإنجليزية
خديحة وأحمد درويش
ملحوظة: قد رقمناه ترقيما تصاعديا جديدا وأخرجنا القسم الرابع ككتاب منفصل لعدم مناسبته هنا للقارئ الغير عربي

Who is Qadi Eyad, the author and the complier of Shefa

Author's Introduction

1. UNIT THE PRAISE OF ALLAH FOR HIS PROPHET AND THE EXALTED STATUS IN BOTH SAYING AND DEEDS
2. CHAPTER THE PRAISE OF ALLAH FOR HIS PROPHET AND THE EXALTED STATUS IN WHICH HE BEHOLDS HIM
3. The Prophet's praiseworthiness and the multiplicity of his excellent qualities
4. Allah made His Prophet a witness over mankind; a description of this praiseworthy and honorable rank
5. The kindness and gentleness of Allah towards the Prophet
6. The Swearing of Allah to the Prophet's immense value
7. The Oath of Allah confirming the position of Prophet Muhammad
8. What Allah says of the Prophet's compassionate and generous disposition
9. What Allah says in His Book about the Prophet's honorable position over other prophets and the eliteness of his rank
10. The Command of Allah to His creation to praise the Prophet. His protection of him and the removal of punishment on account of him
11. The honor of the Prophet as expounded in the chapter Al-Fath – "The Opening"
12. How Allah expresses His honoring of the Prophet in the Koran and makes clear His position and the esteem with which He regards him together with other blessed matters
13. CHAPTER AN ILLUSTRATION OF THE WAY IN WHICH ALLAH PERFECTED THE EXCELLENCE OF THE PROPHET'S CHARACTER AND PHYSIQUE AND ESTABLISHMENT, AND BLESSING HIM WITH ALL THE VIRTUES OF RELIGION AND THIS WORLD
14. The characteristic of perfection culminate in Prophet Muhammad
15. The description of the Prophet's physique
16. The Prophet's cleanliness
17. The Prophet's intellect, eloquence and astuteness
18. The perfection of the Prophet's speech
19. The nobility of the Prophet's lineage, his honored birthplace, and his upbringing
20. The daily life of the Prophet
21. Marriage and related issues
22. The way in which the Prophet dealt with money and assets
23. Praiseworthy qualities
24. The intellect and reasoning of the Prophet
25. The clemency, patience and pardoning status of the Prophet
26. The generosity and openhandedness of the Prophet
27. The courage and bravery of the Prophet
28. The modesty of the Prophet and the lowering of his gaze
29. The goodness of the Prophet's companionship, his manners and nature
30. The Prophet's mercy and compassion
31. The integrity of the Prophet, his openhandedness in contracts and in maintaining family ties
32. The humility of the Prophet
33. The justice of the Prophet, his trustworthiness, decency and truthfulness
34. The dignified composure of the Prophet, his silence, contemplation, natural refinement and excellent disposition
35. The refraining of the Prophet from worldly things
36. The Prophet's fear of Allah, his obedience and the intensity of his worshipping Allah
37. The qualities of the Prophets
38. The Qualities of The Prophet as described by Ibn Abi Halah to Al Hasan grandson of the Prophet
39. This section has been intentionally omitted as it relates to Arabic linguistic usages and is therefore not applicable in the English and Indonesia languages
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40. CHAPTER THE AUTHENTIC AND WELL KNOWN NEWS NARRATING THE ESTEEMED VALUE ALLAH HAS PLACED UPON HIS PROPHET, TOGETHER WITH HIS EXALTED POSITION AND NOBILITY IN THIS LIFE AND THE EVERLASTING LIFE
41. The reports of the Prophet in the Sight of his Lord, the Mighty, the Glorified, His choice, raising his remembrance, most favored rank, mastery of the children of Adam, the specialty of his rank in this life and the blessing of his excellent name
42. The favoring of the Prophet with the miracle of the night journey from Mecca to Jerusalem, and the Heavenly Ascent. The conversation with his Lord, the seeing, the imamship of the prophets, the ascent to the Lotte Tree of the end and what he saw of the grand signs of his Lord
43. The reality of the Prophet's night journey by body and soul
44. The rebuttal to those who say the night journey was only a dream
45. Did the Prophet see his Lord?
46. The Prophet's conversation with Allah, the Most High
47. The proximity of the Prophet and his nearness
48. The favor of the Prophet before the people on the Day of Resurrection
49. The favoring of Prophet Muhammad, and his close friendship for the receivership of the Love of Allah
50. The favoring of Prophet Muhammad with the intercession and his praiseworthy station
51. The favoring of Prophet Muhammad in Paradise with the intercession, high rank, the River of Abundance (Kawthar) and his excellence
52. The Prophetic Sayings relating to the prohibition of favoring the Prophet over other prophets
53. The excellence of the names given to the Prophet and its favors
54. The Honor of Allah to the Prophet by gifting him with some of His own Beautiful Names and by describing him with some of His own splendid qualities
55. Demonstrating that Allah, the High is unlike any thing amongst His creation
56. CHAPTER THE MIRACLES GIVEN TO THE PROPHET TOGETHER WITH HIS SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS - INSERTION
57. The difference between the prophethood and messengership
58. The meaning of miracles
59. The challenging miracles of the (Arabic) Koran
60. The challenging miracle of the composition and style of the (Arabic) Koran
61. News of the unseen affairs
62. The news of bygone generations and vanished nations
63. The challenges found in the Koran and the informing of the reader of their incapacity to rise to the challenge
64. The fear and awe that arouses hearts upon listening to the Koran
65. The protection of the existence of the Koran forever
66. Additional facets of the challenge of the Koran
67. The miraculous splitting of the moon and the delaying of the setting of the sun
68. The miracle of both the water that flowed from the fingers of the Prophet and the blessing of the increased supply of water and its overflowing from between his fingers
69. The miracle of the water that gushed because of the blessing of the Prophet
70. The miracle of the increase in the amount of food by the blessing and supplication of Prophet Muhammad
71. The miracle of the trees that spoke. The response to the Prophet's call and its witnessing to his Prophethood
72. The story of the longing of the Palm trunk
73. The Prophet's miracles relating to inanimate things
74. The Prophet's miracles connected with animals
75. The miraculous revival the dead and their speech. Babies and suckling infants that spoke and bore witness to his Prophethood
76. The miraculous healing of the sick and the incurable
77. The answering of the Prophet's supplication
78. Miracles and blessings, things that were transformed through his touch or approach
79. The Prophet's knowledge of the Unseen and the future
80. The protection of Allah for His Prophet from people, and His sufficing of the Prophet against those who injured him
81. The Prophet's knowledge and sciences
82. The Prophet's profile with angels and jinn
83. The Prophet's news, description, signs of his Messengership known to rabbis, monks and knowledgeable people of that era
84. Aspects of the Prophet's birth
85. Conclusion of the miracles of the Prophet
86. UNIT THE RIGHTS OF THE PROPHET DUE FROM HIS FOLLOWERS OBLIGATION ON PEOPLE TOWARD THE RIGHTS OF THE PROPHET
87. CHAPTER THE OBLIGATION TO BELIEVE AND OBEY THE PROPHET AND FOLLOW THE WAY OF THE PROPHET (SUNNAH)
88. The obligation to obey the Prophet
89. The obligation to obey the Prophet, practice his way and follow his guidance
90. The narrations of the early generations of Muslims and the esteemed learned persons concerning the following of the prophetic way and accepting the guidance of the Prophet
91. The danger of disobeying the order of the Prophet
92. CHAPTER THE NECESSITY OF LOVING TH PROPHET, ACCEPTANCE OF HIS ADVISE AND ADVISING HIM WHEN APPROPRIATE
93. The reward for loving the Prophet
94. The narrations of the early generations of Muslims and esteemed learned persons regarding their love for the Prophet and their longing for him
95. The signs of loving the Prophet
96. The reality and meaning of loving the Prophet
97. The obligation of the delivery of advice to the Prophet upon his request
98. CHAPTER THE NECESSITY TO PRAISE, RESPECT AND HONOR THE PROPHET PORTRAYING THE. OBLIGATORY VERSES IN THE KORAN TO DO SO
99. The respect due to the Companions of the Prophet, kindness to them and knowing their rights
100. The respect and high regard for the Prophet after his death
101. The high regard of the early generations of Muslims for the transmission of the Prophetic quotations and his way of life
102. Devotion to the Prophet's family, wives who are the Mothers of Believers, and descendants
103. The respect due to the Companions of the Prophet, kindness to them and knowing their rights
104. The respect for the things and places associated with the Prophet
105. CHAPTER UPHOLDING THE DIVINE SUPPLICATION ON THE PROPHET AND THE DELIVERY OF PEACE, ITS VERDICT, OBLIGATION AND VIRTUE - what is meant by the supplication on the Prophet
106. The ruling of upholding the Divine Supplication on the Prophet
107. Recommended times to say the Divine Supplications on the Prophet, and the delivery of peace
108. The manner in which the Divine Supplication on the Prophet is to be said and how to ask for peace upon him
109. The excellence of the Divine Supplication on the Prophet, asking for peace upon him and further supplications for him
110. Reproaching those who do not uphold the Divine Supplication upon the Prophet and their disobedience
111. The distinguishing of the Prophet through informing him of he who supplicates of praising and peace on him
112. The distinction of the Prophet by delivering to him the Divine Supplication of those people who offered it, or the supplication of peace
113. The verdict of visiting the tomb of the Prophet, how he should be greeted and the virtue of one's visit and the manner in which one should supplicate
114. The manner to be adopted upon entering the Prophet's Mosque and its excellence. Mentioning his tomb, his pulpit and the virtue of praying in his Mosque and the Mosque of Mecca
115. UNIT THE RIGHTS OF THE PROPHET DUE FROM HIS FOLLOWERS OBLIGATION ON PEOPLE TOWARD THE RIGHTS OF THE PROPHET
116. Matters relating to religion and the protection of our prophet and other prophets from imperfection
117. The status of the heart of the Prophet in the Oneness of Allah, faith, and Revelation from the onset of his prophethood
118. The protection of the prophets from their ignorance about Allah and His attributes, and doubt in Allah
119. The prophets knowledge of worldly affairs
120. The Prophet's protection from satan
121. The protection of the Prophet in his truthfulness and in each of his sayings and affairs
122. Intentionally removed. Not applicable in English as it contains misrepresentations and false narrations
123. The protection of the Prophet's condition relating to his knowledge of worldly affairs
124. The occurrence of the perceived forgetfulness of the Prophet is not forgetfulness, rather it was to devise and demonstrate a law for those who do forget
125. The protection of all the prophets from shameful matters and major sins
126. The protection of the prophets from sin before they became prophets
127. Oversight in deeds
128. Hadith relating to what is possible and what is impossible to the oversight of the Prophet
129. A rebuttal to those who say minor sins were permissible to the Prophet and an examination of their arguments
130. The status of the prophets fear of Allah and their asking forgiveness
131. The concluding remarks regarding the Prophet's protection from sin
132. The protection of the angels from disobedience
133. THE STATUS OF THE PROPHET IN RESPECT TO THIS WORLD AND WHAT NON-ESSENTIAL HUMAN QUALITIES WERE ATTRIBUTABLE TO HIM - The prophets in relation to human conditions
134. The status of the prophets in relation to sorcery
135. The status of the prophets in relation to worldly matters
136. Some of the judgments of the Prophet
137. Some of the indications of worldly events
138. The attempted bequest of the Prophet
139. The limited number of ambiguous hadith
140. The practicality of the Prophet's daily life
141. The wisdom contained in the illnesses and afflictions of the prophets

Concluding Hadith: The Prophet, praise and peace be upon him, said, "Whosoever loves to meet Allah, Allah loves to meet him. And whosoever hates to meet Allah, Allah hates meeting him."

Translator notes: The words of the Prophet, praise and peace be upon him, that speak of one's loving to meet Allah, bring Judge Eyad's work "Shefa" to its concluding, and there can be no better note than this to end upon. Al Hamdulillah

The fourth part: will be produced separately. This is because it covers the misfortunate people of whom the Koran calls, "the enemies of the prophets" who rather than following them, insulted them and instead followed satan


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