Hadith for the day,
1. Narrated Abu Hurairah (radhiallahu’anhu) “Allah’s Messenger (Sallallahu’alaihiwassallam) said regarding the sea, ‘It’s water is Tahoor (purifying) and it’s dead (animals) are lawful (to eat)” [Al Arba’a] and Ibnu Abi Shaiba reported it. The wording is from the latter. Ibnu Khuzaima and at Tirmidhi graded it Sahih (authentic). Malik, Ash- Shafi’i and Ahmad (also) reported it.
 His real name is Abdullah or Abdur-Rahman bin Sakhr Ad-Dausi. He was one of the greatest Sahaba (Companions of the Prophet s.a.w) and reported the largest number of Ahadith. More than 800 men narrated from him. He became Muslim in the year of Khaibar (7H) and stayed in the company of the Prophet (s.a.w.) until he (the Prophet (s.a.w.)) died. He was appointed a Mufti (scholar of Islamic verdicts) during the Caliphate of ‘Umar and later became the governor of Al-Madinah during the reign of Marwan bin Al Hakam. He died in 59H and was buried at al-Baqi’.
 The collectors of Hadith: Abu Da’ud, At Tirmidhi, An Nasa’i and Ibnu Majah
Sourced from Bulugh Al Maram
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