Hadiths of Ruqyah from Snake and Scorpion Bites in Sunan Ibn Majah - An Analytical study

  • Qaqa Mahdi Salih Department of Hadith and its Sciences College of Islamic Sciences Tikrit University-Iraq

Abstract





Praise be to God, the owner of blessings, and blessings be upon the guide of humanity and nations, and upon his family and companions.


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    This paper came under the title (Hadiths of Ruqyah from Snake and Scorpion Stings in the Sunnah of Ibn Majah "An Analytical Study") to show the biography of Imam Ibn Majah, may God have mercy on him, It explains that he is one of the famous scholars of the nation, and also explains his travels in seeking knowledge, his scientific implications that he composed during his scientific career, a number of his sheikhs, and a number of his students. I mentioned the hadiths that Imam Ibn Majah mentioned in Ruqyah from snake and scorpion stings in his Sunnah. work in these hadiths was to mention the hadith as a bond and a matron, then I extracted the hadith from the books of the texts of the hadith, then I translated for the men the chain and then the judgment on the hadith in terms of health and weakness, and I state the given explanation of the hadith from the books of the commentaries of the hadith, then I mention the strange words in the body of the hadith from the books of Gharib hadith and dictionaries, then I mention the benefits derived from the hadith.


 The hadiths of ruqyah from the sting of the snake and the scorpion are few. The stinging From a snake or a scorpion is something that Could happen for a Muslim man and a non-Muslim man, so what can a Muslim do if he is bitten by a snake and a scorpion?






     Therefore, this study about hadiths that I found in Sunan Ibn Majah came to show and highlight the treasures of Islamic law, so it was necessary to prove these hadiths and clarify their ambiguities.

Published
Jan 1, 2021
How to Cite
SALIH, Qaqa Mahdi. Hadiths of Ruqyah from Snake and Scorpion Bites in Sunan Ibn Majah - An Analytical study. ISLAMIC SCIENCES JOURNAL, [S.l.], v. 11, n. 6, p. 49-72, jan. 2021. ISSN 2073-1159. Available at: <https://jis.tu.edu.iq/index.php/islam/article/view/316>. Date accessed: 03 oct. 2022. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.25130/islam.v11i6.316.