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Audio: An Explanation of The Ahadeeth of The Hawdh of The Prophet (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) by Shaykh 'Abdullaah al-Hadaad

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Bismillaah wa -Alhamdulillaah wa Salaatu wa Salaam 'alaa Rasulillaah 'amma ba'd

On Tuesday 22nd January, 2013, Muwahhideen Publications hosted a LIVE tele-link lecture with Shaykh ‘Abdullaah Ibn Naajee al-Hadaad (May Allaah Preserve Him). Shaykh ‘Abdullaah al-Hadaad  is a student of Ash-Shaykh Al-Allaamah Al-Muhaddith, The Imaam of Yemen, Shaykh Abu ‘Abdur Rahmaan Muqbil Ibn Hadee al-Waadi’ee (rahimahullaah) and is currently the Imaam of Masjid Siddeeq in Dhimaar, Yemen. This event was broadcast LIVE in Masjid Ibn 'Abbaas, Tobago, two masaajid in Trinidad, Masjid ul Khaleefah and Masjid us Sunnah, and six masaajid in the U.S. Masjid Al-Bukhaari, Florida, Masjid Ibn 'Abbas, Georgia, Masjid Uthaymeen, New Jersey, Masjid Nur Allaah, New York, Masjid as-Sahabah, Ohio and Masjid Tawheed, Michigan.

This lecture event was translated LIVE into English.

Listen/Download 74:31 mins. (Arabic & English)

Introducing the topic, Shaykh ‘Abdullaah (hafidhahullaah) explained that linguistically, a hawdh is a place where water gathers and it is the place from which the Prophet (sallAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) will allow his nation to drink on Yawmul Qiyaamah (The Day of Resurrection). There is ijmaa’ (consensus) amongst ahlul haqq (the people of the truth) regarding the hawdh and according to Al-Haafidh As-Suyooti (rahimahullaah), the mention of the hawdh has come from over fifty companions, including the four rightly guided caliphs, the prolific narrators of ahadeeth from the companions and other than them. He went on to say that despite the wealth of ahadeeth affirming the hawdh, there are those who deny its existence and thus it is befitting that they be prevented from drinking from it.

Next, the Shaykh provided us with an abundance of narrations from various books of hadeeth about the hawdh, its description and the events that will take place at it in addition to the statements of the scholars of the past concerning it.

From its description:

  • It is massive
  • It is a noble place to drink from
  • The one who drinks from it will never be thirsty again
  • It is supplied directly from the river Kawthar in Jannah
  • It is whiter than milk, sweeter than honey, cooler than snow and more pleasant to smell than misk
  • Its chalices are more numerous than the stars in the sky
  • Its length and width is equal
  • Every time you drink from it, it will only increase what is in it
  • In it are growing trunks of gold, musk and pearls which will bear fruit of all types of jewels

Shaykh ‘Abdullaah al-Hadaad (hafidhahullaah) further discussed the positions of Ahlul ‘Ilm (The People of Knowledge) on the order in which events will occur regarding the hawdh, the siraat and the mizaan. He then proceeded to narrate numerous ahadeeth about those who will be prevented from drinking from the hawdh of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (sallAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) on the day of the greatest thirst.

Those who will be prevented from drinking from the hawdh include:

  • Those who lie upon Allaah and His Messenger (sallAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)
  • Those who innovate in the deen from the rawaafidh, khawaarij and the rest of ahlul bid’ah wal ahwaa (the people of innovation and desires)
  • Those who are extreme in dhulm (oppression)
  • Those who blot out the truth
  • Those who are lackadaisical in the amount of sin and transgression they commit
  • Those who sinned publicly

This is merely a brief summary of the immense benefits contained in this highly informative lecture. All are encouraged to listen to it in order to become acquainted with the belief of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaa’ah concerning this significant affair.

We ask Allaah to make us from those who drink from the hawdh of the Messenger (sallAllaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) and we seek refuge in Him from being prevented from doing so on that severe day.

Wa Billaahi Tawfeeq

Wa SallAllaahu wa Sallaama wa Barak 'alaa Nabiyanna Muhammad wa 'alaa 'Alyhi wa Sahbyhi wa Sallam