In the meantime he fell asleep or drowsed and on waking he said to Hadrat Aishah: "My Lord has told me what I had asked of Him.
amended by 's translation which has mischief and evil as interchangeable• He thought he had done a thing whereas, in fact, he had not done it: he thought he had visited his wives whereas he had not visited them; and sometimes he would doubt having seen something whereas, in fact, he had not seen it.
" Muslim contains a tradition from Abu Said Khudri, which says: "Once when the Holy Prophet upon whom be peace fell ill, Gabriel came and asked: O Muhammad, are you ill? Some other scholars, for instance, Imam Nawawi, Imam Ibn Hazm and Imam Fakhr-ud-din Razi, regard this as a pure lie and falsehood that Ibn Mas'ud had asserted any such thing.
He asked: where is it? " Muslim.
2, Book 20, Hadith 1602• In the Hadith a lengthy tradition has been related on the authority of Hadrat Abdullah bin Abbas, at the end of which the Holy Prophet is reported to have said: "The people of my Ummah to enter Paradise without reckoning will be those who neither turn to treatment by branding, nor to enchanting, nor take omens, but have trust in their Lord.
When its gate is opened all the inmates of Hell cry out because of the intensity of its heat.
During his last illness when it was not longer possible for him to so do, Hadrat Aishah recited these Surahs herself or by his command blew on his hands in view of their being blessed and rubbed them on his body.
Here are three gold coins, accept these and cast a powerful magic spell on Muhammad.