Islam: Hadeeth Snippets

These snippets from hadeeths are short phrases that the final Prophet sall Allaahu alaihi wa sallam actually said. Being just a few words long, they are easy to memorise, even for beginners.

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This blog aims to bring you a short hadeeth or snippet from a hadeeth each week which is easy to memorise, even for beginners. Each snippet comes with colouring that you can print off and is ideal for youngsters.

Sign up to follow the blog and one snippet will be emailed to you every Thursday inshaa Allaah.

The first 40 posts are taken from some of the 40 hadeeths of Imaam an Nawawee (rahimahullaah), also known as Nawawi’s Forty Hadeeths and Al Arba’een An Nawaweeah, although they do not correspond to one snippet from each hadeeth – some hadeeths have more than one snippet taken from them whereas other hadeeths have no snippets at all. There are no snippets from the two hadeeths that Shaykh al Albaani considered to be weak.

A full set of these snippets is available on my main blog, Islam: The Study Guides, in various formats, with and without colouring.

The basic translation and the more explanatory translation in the footnotes of each pdf are by Abu Abdirrahmaan Nasser ibn Najam using the explanation of Nawawee’s Forty Hadeeth by Shaykh Saalih al Fawzaan (hafizahullaah). Audios feature the voice of Abou Silaaheddine Saeed Hansol. All colouring designs are my original work and under copyright although you are welcome to print them off for personal use.

The patterns used have no religious significance. They are simply for colouring for children.

Please send me any corrections at  islamthestudyguides@gmail.com.

If you like this blog, you might also like Islam: The Basics and Islaam4Kids.

Umm Zaynab Aalia bint Ehsanullah

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