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SAHIH MUSLIM

who dies as a polytheist would enter the fire of hell ...............................................................101
Chapter 42: Prohibition of the killing of an infidel after he says: "There is no god but

Allah" ...........................................................................................................................................................102
Chapter 43: The utterance of the apostle (may peace be upon him): He who takes, up

arms against us is not of us (i.e. he ceases to re a muslim) ....................................................104
Chapter 44: The utterance of the apostle (peace be upon him): He who acted disho-

nestly towards us is not of us (i.e. he is not to be counted amongst muslims) ..............105
Chapter 45: Beating of the cheeks, tearing of the front opening of the shirt, and calling

the calls of the jahiliya (ignorance) are forbidden ...................................................................105
Chapter 46: Serious prohibition of tale-carrying .....................................................................106
Chapter 47: Serious prohibition of letting down the lower garment, of laying obligation, of selling goods by false oaths, and description of those three- (persons) with

whom Allah would not speak on the day of resurrection, nor would he see towards
them nor would absolve them, and for them is a painful chastisement ..........................107
Chapter 48: Suicide is the gravest sin ............................................................................................109
Chapter 49: Strict forbiddance of acting dishonestly in respect of the spoils or booty.

The believers alone would enter paradise ....................................................................................111
Chapter 50: Argument in favour of the fact that he who kills himself does not become
unbeliever .................................................................................................................................................112
Chapter 51: Concerning the wind which would blow near the day of resurrection and

would cause to die anyone having ankthing like faith in his heart ..................................113
Chapter 52: Exhortation to be prompt in doing good deeds before the appearance of
turbulance .................................................................................................................................................113
Chapter 53: Pertaining to the fear of a believer lest his deeds should be lost ...............113
Chapter 54: Would (people) be held responsible for the deeds committed during the

state of ignorance? .................................................................................................................................114
Chapter 55: Islam effaces all the previous misdeeds and so do migration and pilgrima-

ge ...................................................................................................................................................................115
Chapter 56: Pertaining to the virtuous act of a man before embracing islam ..............116
Chapter 57: The veracity of faith and its sincerity ...................................................................117
Chapter 58: Concerning the words of Allah whether you manifest whatever is in your

mind or hide it .........................................................................................................................................117
Chapter 59: Allah disregards the premonition or the evil promptings of the heart so

long as they do not take a firm root ................................................................................................119
Chapter 60: Whenever a person intends to do a good deed, it is recorded but whenever

he intends to commit evil, it is not written ..................................................................................119
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