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A Selection of Hadeeths from Saheeh Muslim

The Saheeh Collection of Hadeeths by Imām Muslim ibn Al-Hajjāj Al-Nisapūri contains 43 books (chapters).  The numbering of the Hadeeths is continuous.  Imām Muslim was born in 202 A.H. and died in 261 A.H.  He traveled widely to gather his collection of Hadeeths including to Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Egypt.  Out of 300,000 Hadeeths which he evaluated, only 4,000 approximately were extracted for inclusion into his collection based on stringent acceptance criteria.  

Below is a selection of short Hadeeths that have been summarised to make it easy to copy as a text message, or post to your social networking profile to spread the knowledge.

Please note that the numbering for the Hadeeth reference is from the (online) English translation. 

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.1, No.55: "Īmān (faith) has over seventy branches, and Hayā (modesty/shyness) is a branch of Īmān." And No.59: "Hayā brings forth nothing but goodness."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.1, No.79: If a person sees something evil then he should stop it physically if he is able; if not then he should speak against it; if he is too weak to even do that, then he should at least detest it from his heart, and that is the least of faith.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.1, No.98: The Prophet (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam) said, "The Religion is naseehah (sincerity and sincere advice)." The companions asked, "To whom?" He replied, "To Allāh, His Book, His Messenger, to the leaders of the Muslims and the general people.”

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.1, No.117: If someone calls a person "Kāfir" (unbeliever), then this action has two outcomes: if the statement is true than that person is confirmed as an unbeliever; if the statement is false then it returns to the one who made it, i.e., the act of falsely accusing a Muslim of being a Kāfir takes the accuser outside the fold of Islam. 
Note: The accuser must repent and do what is required to re-enter Islam.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.1, No.213: "Be prompt in doing good deeds (before you are overtaken) by turbulence which would be like a part of the dark night. During (that stormy period) a man would be a Muslim in the morning and an unbeliever in the evening or he would be a believer in the evening and an unbeliever in the morning, and would sell his faith for worldly goods."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.1, No.230: Allāh forgives this ummah the evil promptings which arise within their hearts as long as they do not speak about them nor act upon them.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.1, No.234: Allāh said: "Whenever My slave intends to do good, but does not do it, I write one good act for him, but if he puts it into practice I write from ten to seven hundred good deeds for him. When he intends to commit an evil, but does not actually do it, I do not record it, but if he does it, I write only one evil."
Thus, no one can enter paradise based on their deeds alone. It is ultimately due to the Mercy of Allāh.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.1, No.271: Verily Islām started as something strange and it will revert to being strange, and it will recede between the two masjids (in Makkah & Madeenah) just as the serpent crawls back into its hole.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.1, No.429: The Messenger of Allāh (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam) said: "...I hope that you would constitute one-half of the inhabitants of Paradise, and you would be among the peoples of the world, like a black hair on (the body of) a white ox or like a white hair on the body of a black ox."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.2, No.432: "Cleanliness is half of faith and 'al-Hamdu lillāh' (praising Allāh) fills the scale, and 'Subhān Allāh' (glorifying Allāh) & 'al-Hamdu lillāh' fill up what is between the heavens and the earth, and prayer is a light, charity is proof of one's faith, endurance is a brightness and the Qur'ān is a proof on your behalf or against you..."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.2, No.433: "The prayer is not accepted without purification nor is charity accepted out of the ill-gotten wealth."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.2, No.451: If anyone completes the ablution well and then says: 'I testify that there is no god but Allāh and that Muhammad is the servant of Allāh and His Messenger', the eight gates of Paradise would be opened for him and he may enter by whichever of them he wishes.
Also, if any Muslim performs ablution well, then stands and prays two rak'āt with concentration, Paradise would be guaranteed to him.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.3, No.667: A man should not see the private parts of another man, and a woman should not see the private parts of another woman, and a man should not lie with another man under one covering, and a woman should not lie with another woman under one covering.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.736: The phrases of Adhān (up to the final takbeers) should be said twice for the Adhān itself and once for the Iqāmah. But the additional phrase "qadqāmatis salāh" must be said twice in the iqāmah.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.942: "When any one of you leads the people in prayer, he should be brief for among them are the young and the aged, the weak and the sick. But when one of you prays by himself, he may (prolong) as he likes."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.1650: If anyone is afraid that he may not get up in the latter part of the night, he should observe Witr in the first part of it; and if anyone is eager to get up in the last part of it (i.e., to pray Tahajjud), he should observe Witr at the end of the night, for prayer at the end of the night is witnessed by the angels and that is preferable.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.1652: "The most excellent prayer is that in which the duration of standing is longer."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.1663: The Messenger of Allāh (sallAllāhu alayhi wasallam) used to exhort his Companions to pray at night during Ramadān without commanding them to observe it as an obligatory act, and say: "He who observed the night prayer in Ramadān because of faith and seeking his reward from Allāh, all his previous sins would be forgiven."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.1757: "Recite the Qur'ān, for on the Day of Resurrection it will come as an intercessor for those who recite It. Recite Surah al-Baqarah and Aal 'Imrān, for on the Day of Resurrection they will come as two clouds or two shades, or two flocks of birds in ranks, pleading for those who recited them. Recite Surah al-Baqarah, for to take recourse to it is a blessing and to give it up is a cause of grief, and the magicians cannot confront it."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.1903: When any one of you comes for the Friday prayer, (even) while the Imām delivers the khutbah, he should (still) pray two rak'ahs and should make them short.
Note: this is the two rak'ahs of Tahiyyatul Masjid (prayer for entering the Masjid)

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.1710: "Perform such acts as you are capable of doing, for Allāh does not grow weary but you will get tired. The (supererogatory) acts most pleasing to Allāh are those which are done continuously, even if they are small."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.1763: "If anyone recites the two verses at the end of Surah al-Baqarah at night, they would suffice for him."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No. 1770: "Allāh divided the Qur'ān into three parts, and he made: "Say: He is Allāh, the Uniquely One." (Qul Huwa Allāhu Ahad) one part out of the (three) parts of the Qur'ān."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.1777: "Envy is not justified but in case of two persons only: one who, having been given (knowledge of) the Qur'an by Allāh, recites it during the night and day (and also acts upon it) and one who, having been given wealth by Allāh, spends it during the night and the day (for the welfare of others seeking the pleasure of the Lord)."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.1846: "If you (even) ask your companion to be quiet on Friday while the Imām is delivering the khutbah, you have in fact talked irrelevance."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.1935: Ibn 'Abbās reported that the Messenger of Allāh (sallAllāhu'alayhi wasallam) went out on the day of Adha or Fitr and observed two rak'āt, and did not observe prayer (at that place) before and after that. He then came to the women along with Bilāl and commanded them to give alms and the women began to give their rings and necklaces.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.1940: `Āishah reported that Abu-Bakr came to her and there were with her two girls on (`Eed) Adha days who were singing and beating the tambourine and the Messenger of Allāh (sallAllāhu'alayhi wasallam) had wrapped himself with his mantle. Abu-Bakr scolded them. The Messenger of Allāh (sallAllāhu'alayhi wasallam) uncovered his face and said: Abu-Bakr, leave them alone for these are the days of `Eed. And `Āishah said: I recapitulate to my mind the fact that once the Messenger of Allāh (sallAllāhu'alayhi wasallam) screened me with his mantle and I saw the sports of the Abyssinians, and I was only a girl, and so you can well imagine how a girl of tender age is fond of watching the sport.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.4, No.2116: Jābir said, "Allāh's Messenger (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam) forbade that the graves should be plastered or they be used as sitting places (for the people), or a building should be built over them."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.5, No.2197: "Every act of goodness is Sadaqah."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.5, No.2271: "Begging is not permissible but for one of the three (classes) of persons: one who has incurred debt, for him begging is permissible till he pays that off, after which he must stop it; a man whose property has been destroyed by a calamity which has smitten him, for him begging is permissible till he gets what will support life, or will provide him reasonable subsistence; and a person who has been smitten by poverty. the genuineness of which is confirmed by three intelligent members of this peoples, for him begging is permissible till he gets what will support him, or will provide him subsistence."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.5, No.2279: "The son of Ādam grows old, but two (desires) in him remain young: desire for wealth and desire for life."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.5, No.2282: "If the son of Ādam were to possess two valleys of riches. he would long for the third one. And the stomach of the son of Ādam is not filled but with dust. And Allāh returns to him who repents."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.5, No.2287: "Richness does not lie in the abundance of (worldly) goods, but rather in the richness of the soul."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.5, No. 2288: "He who acquires wealth rightly, Allāh confers blessing on it for him. and he who takes wealth without any right, he is like one who eats and is not satisfied."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.6, No.2361: "When there comes the month of Ramadān, the gates of mercy are opened, and the gates of Hell are locked and the devils are chained."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.6, No.2378: "Whenever you sight the new moon (of the month of Ramadān) observe fast. and when you sight it (the new moon of Shawwāl) break it, and if the sky is cloudy for you, then observe fast for thirty days."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.6, No.2382: "Do not observe fast for a day, or two days ahead of Ramadān except a person who is in the habit of observing a particular fast; he may fast on that day."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.6, No.2392: Abu'l-Bakhtari reported: “We went out to perform Umrah and when we encamped in the valley of Nakhla, we tried to see the new moon. Some of the people said it was three nights old, and others (said) that it was two nights old. We then met Ibn `Abbās and told him we had seen the new moon, but that some of the people said it was three nights old and others that it was two nights old. He asked on which night we had seen it; and when we told him we had seen it on such and such night, he said the Prophet of Allāh (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) had said: Verily Allāh deferred it till the time it is seen, so it is to be reckoned from the night you saw it.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.6, No.2412: "Take meal a little before dawn, for there is a blessing in taking meal at that time."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.6, No.2466: Ibn `Abbās (Allāh be pleased with him) reported that the Messenger of Allāh (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) went out during the month of Ramadān in the year of Victory (when Mecca was conquered) and was fasting till he reached Kadid (a canal situated at a distance of forty-two miles from Mecca) and he then broke the fast. And it was the habit of the Companions of the Messenger of Allāh (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) to follow him in every new thing (or act). So they followed him also (in this matter).

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.6, No.2480: Abu-Saeed al-Khudri (Allāh be pleased with him) reported: We went out on an expedition with the Messenger of Allāh (sallAllāhu ‘alayhi wasallam) during Ramadān. Some of us observed the fast and some of us broke it. Neither the observer of the fast had any grudge against one who broke it, nor the breaker of the fast had any grudge against one who had fasted. They knew that he who had strength enough (to bear its rigour) fasted and that was good, and they also found that he who felt weakness (and could not bear the burden) broke it, and that was also good.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.35, No.2534: Abu-Hurayrah reported that the Messenger of Allāh (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam ) forbade to observe fast on these two days. `Eed-ul-Adha and `Eed-ul-Fitr.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.6, No.2589: `Abdullāh b. 'Amr reported: "The Messenger of Allāh (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam) said to me: 'Recite the whole of the Qur’ān every month'. I said: 'I am able to recite it in a shorter period'. He said: 'Then recite it in twenty nights'. I said: 'I am able to recite it in a shorter period even than this', whereupon he said: 'Then recite it in seven (nights) and do not exceed beyond it'."
Note: The understanding we take from this Hadeeth is that we should not be hasty with the Qur’ān, but take time and reflect on our recitation.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.8, No.3465: "The whole world is a provision, and the best benefit of the world is the pious woman."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.8, No.3469: "A believing man should not hate a believing woman; if he dislikes one of her characteristics, he will be pleased with another."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.10, No.3661: "Both parties in a business transaction have the right to annul it so long as they have not separated; and if they speak the truth and make everything clear they will be blessed in their transaction; but if they tell a lie and conceal anything the blessing on their transaction will be blotted out."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.10, No.3764: "When a Muslim plants a tree, he has the reward of charity. What is eaten out of that tree is charity; also what is stolen from it and what the birds eat from it is charity for him."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.10, No.3882: "What is lawful is evident and what is unlawful is evident; between them are the doubtful things which many people do not know. So he who guards against doubtful things keeps his religion and honour blameless."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.6, No.2603: The prophet (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam) was asked about fasting on the day of 'Arafah, he said: "It expiates the sins of the preceding year and the coming year."
Note: Fasting on the 9th of Dhul Hijjah is highly recommended for those who are not performing the Hajj.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.13, No.4005: When people die, their acts (and rewards) come to an end, except for three types: 
1) charity (Sadaqah Jāriyah) they donated prior to death,
2) knowledge imparted (by which people benefit), 
3) a pious child who prays for them (the deceased).

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.14, No.4025: "Taking a vow does not bring anything near to man which Allāh has not ordained for him, but at times the vow coincides with Destiny, and this is how something is extracted from the miserly person, which that miser was not willing to give."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.18, No.4255: Verily Allāh is pleased that you worship Him alone and do not associate anything with Him, that you hold fast the rope of Allāh and be not scattered. Allāh disapproves for you irrelevant talk, persistent questioning and the wasting of wealth.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.18, No.4261: "When a judge gives a decision, having tried his best to decide correctly and is right, there are two rewards for him; and if he gave a judgment after having tried his best (to arrive at a correct decision) but erred, there is one reward for him."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.25, No.5366: Sahl b. Sa'd as-Saeed reported that a person peeped through the hole of the door of Allāh's Messenger (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam), and at that time Allāh's Messenger had with him a scratching instrument with which he had been scratching his head. When Allāh's Messenger saw him, he said: If I were to know that you had been peeping through the door, I would have thrust that into your eyes, and Allāh's Messenger said: "Permission is needed as a protection against glance."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.26, No.5422: "If you are three (in a group), two should not converse secretly to the exclusion of your companion for that hurts his feelings."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.26, No.5466: "There is a remedy for every illness, and when the remedy is applied to the disease it is cured with the permission of Allāh, the Exalted and Glorious."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.26, No.5577: Allāh's Messenger (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wadallam) said: "A person suffered from intense thirst while on a journey, when he found a well. He climbed down into it and drank (water) and then came out and saw a dog lolling its tongue on account of thirst and eating the moistened earth. The person said: This dog has suffered from thirst as I had suffered from it. He climbed down into the well, filled his shoe with water, then caught it in his mouth until he climbed up and made the dog drink it. So Allāh appreciated this act of his and pardoned him." Then the Companions around him asked: Allāh's Messenger, is there for us a reward even for (serving) such animals? He said: Yes, there is a reward for service to every living animal.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.30, No.5754: Āishah reported: "Never did Allāh's Messenger (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam) make a choice between two things but adopting the easier one as compared to the difficult one, but his choice for the easier one was only in case it did not involve any sin, but if it involved sin he was the one who was the farthest from it amongst the people."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.30, No.5816: Āishah reported that Allāh's Messenger (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam) granted permission for doing a thing, but some persons amongst the people avoided it. This was conveyed to Allāh's Apostle, and he was so much annoyed that the sign of his anger appeared on his face. He then said: "What has happened to the people that they avoid that for which permission has been granted to me? By Allāh, I have the best knowledge of Allāh amongst them, and fear Him most amongst them."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.31, No.6135: Abu-Hurayrah reported Allāh's Messenger (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam) as saying: "You would find people like those of mine, the good amongst you in the days of ignorance would be good amongst you in the days of Islām, provided they have an understanding of it and you will find good amongst people the persons who would be averse to position of authority until it is thrust upon them, and you will find the worst amongst persons one who has double face. He comes with one face to them and with the other face to the others."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.31, No. 6150: Abdullāh reported Allāh's Messenger (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam) as saying: "The best of my Ummah are those from my generation. Then those nearest to them, then those nearest to them, then people would come whose witness would precede the oath and the oath will precede the witness."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.32, No.6216: Do not harbour malice and aversion against one another and do not be inquisitive about one another and do not outbid one another (with a view to raising the price); be fellow brothers and servants of Allāh.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.32, No.6235: "When a Muslim falls ill, his compensation is that his minor sins are obliterated just as leaves fall (in autumn)."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.32, No.6257: Allāh's Messenger (sallAllāhu alayhi wasallam) said: "A believer is like a brick for another believer, the one supporting the other."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.32, No.6264: Giving charity does not decrease one's wealth; and Allāh increases the honour of the servant who forgives others; and the one who shows humility, Allāh elevates him (in the estimation of people).

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.32, No.6362: "He who is involved in the responsibility of bringing up daughters and he accords benevolent treatment towards them, there would be protection for him against hell fire."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.33, No.6426: "No babe is born but upon Fitrah. It is his parents who make him a Jew, Christian or a Polytheist."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.33, No.6441: "A strong believer is better and is more beloved to All
āh than a weak believer, and there is good in everyone, (but) cherish that which gives you benefit in the Hereafter. Seek help from Allāh and do not lose heart. If anything in the form of trouble comes to you, don't say: 'If I had not done that, it would not have happened so and so', but say: 'Allāh did that what He had ordained to do' and your 'if' opens the gate for the Satan."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.35, No.6488: "When a believer, at the time of death, is given the glad tidings of the mercy of Allāh, His Pleasure, and of Paradise, he loves to meet Allāh, and Allāh also loves to meet him, and when an unbeliever is given the news of the torment at the Hand of Allāh, and Hardship to be imposed by Him, he dislikes to meet Allāh and Allāh also abhors to meet him."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.35, No.6541: When anyone lands at a place, and then says: "I seek refuge in the Perfect Word of Allāh from the evil of what He has created" (أَعُوذُ بِكَلِمَاتِ اللَّهِ التَّامَّاتِ مِنْ شَرِّ مَا خَلَقَ), nothing would harm him until he marches from that stopping place.

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.35, No.6549: Whenever Allāh's Messenger (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam) went to bed, he said: "O Allāh, it is with Your Name that I live and die" (اللَّهُمَّ بِاسْمِكَ أَحْيَا وَبِاسْمِكَ أَمُوتُ). And when he got up he used to say: "Praise is due to Allāh, Who gave us life after our death (sleep) and unto Thee is resurrection" (الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ الَّذِي أَحْيَانَا بَعْدَ مَا أَمَاتَنَا وَإِلَيْهِ النُّشُورُ).

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.35, No.6589: He who supplicates for his brother behind his back (in his absence), the Angel commissioned (for carrying supplication to his Lord) says: "Ameen, and it is for you also."

Saheeh Muslim, Bk.35, No.6595: The supplication of the servant is granted as long as he does not supplicate for sin or for severing kinship ties; and he does not become impatient. I.e. he should not say: "I supplicated and I supplicated but I did not find it being responded" and thus become frustrated and abandon supplication.

Saheeh Muslim Bk.39 No.6739: Verily, Allāh does not treat a believer unjustly in regard to his virtues. Allāh will confer upon him His blessing in this world and give him reward in the Hereafter. As regards a non-believer, he would be made to taste the reward of his virtue in this world such that in the Hereafter, he would find no virtue for which he should be rewarded.

Saheeh Muslim Bk.39 No.6755: Iblis (Satan) places his throne upon water; he then sends detachments for creating dissension; the nearer to him in rank are those who are most notorious in creating dissension. One of them comes and says: "I did so and so." And he says: "You have done nothing." Then one amongst them comes and says: "I sowed the seed of discord between a husband and a wife." The Satan goes near him and says: '"You have done well." He then embraces him.

Saheeh Muslim Bk.40 No.6877: "None of you should die except hoping only good from Allāh, the Exalted and Glorious."
I.e. A person should  think positively of All
āh at the time of death; that Allāh will forgive him and give him ease.

Saheeh Muslim Bk.41, No.6902: "The last Hour will not come until the two parties of Muslims confront each other and there is a large-scale massacre amongst them and the claim of both of them is the same."

Saheeh Muslim Bk.41, No.6918: "The Last Hour would not come before the Euphrates uncovers a mountain of gold, for which people would fight. Ninety-nine out of each one hundred would die but every man amongst them would say that perhaps he would be the one who would be saved (and thus possess this gold)."
And in Hadeeth No.6921: "The Euphrates would soon uncover a mountain of gold but he who is present there should not take anything from that."

Saheeh Muslim Bk.42 No.7114: Allāh's Messenger (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam) as stated that Allāh the Most High and Exalted said: "I am the One, One Who does not stand in need of a partner. If anyone does anything in which he associates anyone else with Me, I shall abandon him with one whom he associates with Allāh."

Saheeh Muslim Bk.42 No.7130: Allāh's Messenger (sallAllāhu 'alayhi wasallam) said: "When one of you yawns, he should keep his mouth shut with the help of his hand, for it is the devil that enters therein."

Saheeh Muslim Bk.42 No.7138: "Strange are the ways of a believer for there is good in every affair of his and this is not the case with anyone else except in the case of a believer, for if he has an occasion to feel delight, he thanks (God), thus there is a good for him in it, and if he gets into trouble and shows resignation (and endures it patiently), there is a good for him in it."


The full translation of Saheeh Muslim can read by clicking on the below hyperlinks to the chapters: 

    1. Faith (Kitāb Al Īmān)
    2. Purification (Kitāb Al-Tahārah)
    3. Menstruation (Kitāb Al-Haid)
    4. Prayer (Kitāb Al-Salāt)
    5. Zakat (Kitāb Al-Zakāt)
    6. Fasting (Kitāb Al-Sawm)
    7. Pilgrimage (Kitāb Al-Hajj)
    8. Marriage (Kitāb Al-Nikāh)
    9. Divorce (Kitāb Al-Talāq)
    10. Pertaining To Business Transactions (Kitāb Al-Buyu)
    11. Pertaining To The Rules Of Inheritance (Kitāb Al-Faraid)
    12. Gifts (Kitāb Al-Hibat)
    13. Bequests (Kitāb Al-Wasiyya)
    14. Vows (Kitāb Al-Nadhr)
    15. Oaths (Kitāb Al-Aiman)
    16. Pertaining To The Oath, For Establishing The Resposibility Of Murders, Fighting, Requital And Blood-Wit (Kitāb Al-Qasāmah Wal-Muhāribeen Wal-Qisās Wal-Diyāt)
    17. Pertaining To Punishments Prescribed By Islam (Kitāb Al-Hudood)
    18. Pertaining To Judicial Decisions (Kitāb Al-Aqdiyyah)
    19. Jihad And Expedition (Kitāb Al-Jihād Wal-Siyar)
    20. On Government (Kitāb Al-Imārah)
    21. Games And Animals Which May Be Slaughtered And The Animals That Are To Be Eaten (Kitāb-Us-Sayd Wa'L-Dhabā'ih Wa Mā Yu'Kalu Min Al-Hayawān)
    22. Sacrifices (Kitāb Al-Adāhee)
    23. Drinks (Kitāb Al-Ashribah)
    24. Pertaining To Clothes And Decoration (Kitāb Al-Libās Wa'L-Zeenah)
    25. On General Behavior (Kitāb Al- Ādāb)
    26. On Salutations And Greetings (Kitāb As-Salām)
    27. Concerning The Use Of Correct Words (Kitāb Al-Alfāz Min Al-Adab Wa Ghayrihā)
    28. Poetry (Kitāb Al-Shi'r)
    29. Vision (Kitāb Al-Ru’yā)
    30. Pertaining To The Excellent Qualities Of The Prophet (May Peace Be Upon Him) And His Companions (Kitāb Al-Fadāil)
    31. Pertaining To The Merits Of The Companions (Allāh Be Pleased With Them) Of The Prophet (May Peace Be Upon Him)
    32. Virtue, Good Manners And Joining Of The Ties Of Relationship (Kitāb Al-Birr Wa'S-Salāt-I-Wa'l-Ādāb)
    33. Destiny (Kitāb-Ul-Qadr)
    34. Knowledge (Kitāb Al-`Ilm)
    35. Pertaining To The Remembrance Of Allāh, Supplication, Repentance And Seeking Of Forgiveness (Kitāb Al-Dhikr)
    36. Heart Melting Traditions (Kitāb Al-Riqāq)
    37. Pertaining To Repentance And Exhortation Of Repentance (Kitāb Al-Taubah)
    38. Pertaining To The Charateristics Of The Hypocrites And Command Concerning Them (Kitāb Sifat Al-Munāfiqeen Wa Ahkāmihim)
    39. Giving Description Of The Day Of Judgement, Paradise And Hell (Kitāb Sifāt Al-Qiyāmah Wa'l Jannah Wa'l-Nār)
    40. Pertaining To Paradise, Its Description, Its Bounties And Its Intimates (Kitāb Al-Jannat Wa Sifāt Na`eemihā Wa Ahlihā)
    41. Pertaining To Turmoil And Portents Of The Last Hour (Kitāb Al-Fitan Wa Ashrāt As-Sa`ah)
    42. Pertaining To Piety And Softening Of Hearts (Kitāb Al-Zuhd Wa Al-Raqā'iq)
    43. Commentary (Kitāb Al-Tafseer)