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(1146) What has been related about: Suckling makes unlawful whatever lineage makes unlawful

Ali (bin Abi Talib) narrated that The Messenger of Allah said: “Indeed Allah has made unlawful through suckling whatever He made unlawful through lineage.”

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 12, Hadith 1146

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(1147) What has been related about: Suckling makes unlawful whatever lineage makes unlawful

Aishah narrated that the Messenger of Allah said: “Indeed Allah has made unlawful through suckling whatever He made unlawful through birth.”

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 12, Hadith 1147

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(1148) What has been related about a man's milk

Aishah narrated: “My uncle through suckling came and asked permission (to enter) but I refused to admit him until I asked the Messenger of Allah. So the Messenger of Allah said: “Let him in since he is your uncle.’” She said: “It is only the woman who suckled me; I was not suckled by the man.’ So he said: ‘Indeed he is your uncle, so let him in.’”

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 12, Hadith 1148

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(1149) What has been related about a man's milk

Amr bin Ash-Shariq narrated that Ibn Abbas was asked about the case in which a man had two slave girls, one of them suckled a girl and the other suckled a boy, is it lawful for the boy to marry the girl? She said: “No, the semen is the same.”

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 12, Hadith 1149

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(1150) What has been related about: One sip or two sips will not make a prohibition

Abdullah bin Az-Zubair narrated from Aishah from the Prophet who said: “One sip or two sips do not make a prohibition.”

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 12, Hadith 1150

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(1151) What has been related about one woman's testimony about suckling

Abdullah bin Abi Mulaikah narrated: “Ubaid bin Abi Maryam narrated to me from Uqbah bin Al-Harith” and, he (Abdullah bin Abi Mulaikah) said: “And I heard it from Uqbah bin Al-Harith, but to me, the narration of Ubaid is better preserved; he said: (Uqbah bin Al-Harith narrated: ) “I married a woman, then a black woman came to us and she said: ‘I suckled both of you.’ So I went to the Prophet and said: ‘I married so-and-so the daughter of so-and-so, then a black women came to us, and said: “I suckled both of you” but she is a liar.’” He said: “Then he (pbuh) turned away from me.” He said: “So I went around to face him (and he (pbuh) turned his face away from me) so I said: ‘She is a liar.’ He said: ‘How can you stay with her while she claims that she suckled both of you? Leave her.’”

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 12, Hadith 1151

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(1152) What has been related about: Suckling does not make a prohibition except during infancy less than two years

Umm Salamah narrated that The Messenger of Allah said: “No prohibition results from suckling except for what penetrates the intestines while on the breast before weaning.”

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 12, Hadith 1152

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(1153) What fulfills the rights of the foster relationship (from suckling)

Hajjaj bin Hajjaj Al-Aslami narrated that His father asked the Prophet: “O Messenger of Allah! What will remove the responsibility of the foster relationship from me?” So he said: “A Ghurrah: a male slave or a female slave.”

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 12, Hadith 1153

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(1154) What has been related about a slave woman who is freed but she has a husband

Aishah narrated: “Barfah’s husband was a slave, so the Messenger of Allah let her chose, and she chose herself, and if he was a free man she would not have had a choice.”

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 12, Hadith 1154

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(1155) What has been related about a slave woman who is freed but she has a husband

Aishah narrated: “Barfah’s husband was a free man, so the Messenger of Allah let her choose.”

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 12, Hadith 1155

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