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About

Muflihun.com is a web platform for Qur'an and Hadith, focused on only authentic contents that people can fully rely upon.

Current version: v2.2.6

Background

I started Muflihun.com back in 2014 / 1435H as a Qur'an contemplation and memorization tool when all the other tools available at the time were very limited. It then slowly grew and we started adding new features and it quickly became center of my attention.

I noticed a huge growth in number of users interested in memorization tools so I added memorization tracker which allowed users to track their progress. Many brothers and sisters are benefitting from it, Alhamdullilah.

Then I added the Hadith section that was focused on faster search and visually identifiable hadith classification. I went through tough times and had some data-loss (that taught me some lessons, but we all learn from our mistakes). This was when we had to remove audio/video and books section.

Now the site serves many users around the world, especially searching the hadith of our beloved Prophet ﷺ. We ask Allah ﷻ to accept this from us and whoever contributed to the project.

Motivation

Every project has a motivation, our biggest motivation (after sadaqa-tul jaariyaa) is authenticity. Over the period of time, since emergence of Islam, especially in this day and age where wide-spread of information and various ideas has corrupted the fitrah (natural disposition) and mind of people, we strive to provide most authentic knowledge, sourced from the Noble Quran, Ahaadith, athaar and understandings of righteous predecessors.

Developers

Muflihun.com is now developed and maintained by Amrayn Web Services

Amrayn Web Services

We are extremely careful with our data, authenticity and users' privacy. We do not compromise in any situation. Please remember us in dua`a for steadfastness.

Objectives

  • Provide browsable and searchable authentic islamic resources
  • Trustworthy platform for authentic contents
  • Fast search engine that makes it easy to visually identify hadith classifications (authentic, weak etc)
  • Modern web design from professionals
  • Re-usable API for other developers to take advantage of our data
  • Printable contents to share them with your local community - i.e., mosques etc - in paper-format
  • Personalise the contents like memorization tracker, bookmarks and study tools

Data

  • Quran script and translations are mainly from tanzil.net. We are using version 1.0.2
  • Word by word data is provided by a brother (may Allah bless him). This data was thoroughly reviewed and improved a lot since we first received it. Please report any errors that you may find.
  • Verse by verse audibles are downloaded from versebyversequran.com and everyayah.com - they're open projects run by Muslims.
  • Initial hadith data was taken from various authentic sources and were improved massively for spelling, translation and other mistakes. This is a huge on-going effort and we have some tools in-place for our admins that make it easy to peer-review any changes. Our source of truth for hadith classification is Darussalam publication, i.e, if someone report a hadith to us, we locate it in Darussalam published books and correct our classification to match that. Some brothers and sisters are witness to it, we have provided them with evidences (taking screenshot and pointing to the page) if they reported it incorrectly and we corrected otherwise.
  • Articles are written by @abumusamq.

Authenticity

We try our best to keep all of our resources (tafsirs, translations, hadith, articles, etc) as authentic as possible. For example, we removed many books in the past. We always check the level of Tafseer before we put it in Quran section. For example, we did not put Tafsīr Jalālayn because of ′Ash'ari beliefs in it. Similarly, Tanwīr al-Miqbās min Tafsīr Ibn ′Abbās which is attributed to Ibn ′Abbās (may Allah be pleased with him). After researching in detail and asking shuyukh, it is clear that it's using many fabricated ahaadith and falsely attributed to Ibn ′Abbās (may Allah be pleased with him); hence we did not add it.

After all, we are human beings and we make mistakes. If you find anything on this site that is either unauthentic or dangerous (in terms of ′aqeedah), please let us know via email (along with the proofs). We will try to remove it as soon as possible.

Future

The future of the project is promising, in shaa' Allah. We will list down few things that are part of site's future:

  • Search: More tags to make search relevant
  • Search: Search engine optimisation to help google, duckduckgo and other search engines index the pages as they should.
  • Hadith: Personalised experience to add notes against each hadith.
  • Quran: Redesign Quran section's user interface for best experience
  • General: Error reporting tools from within the page/section
  • General: Contact and error-reporting page

Keep an eye on our Facebook page and tech blog for updates.

Sections

Quran

Quran section of the page was designed to allow you to:

  • Read translations and tafseer in style of your choice (side by side, continuous etc)
  • Word for word translations of Quranic words
  • Recite ayah by ayah
  • Memorization tools (repeated recitations, memorization tracker etc)
  • Advanced search features
  • Embed your selections to your website
  • Introductions to each surah sourced from well-estabilished books.
  • Read Quran using electronic medina-mushaf which are printed and scanned pages from Quran printed by King Fahd Complex

Notes

  • Please take some time to explore as there are many small features but all of them cannot be listed here
  • The entire text of the Qur'an, as well as most of the translations, used in the Qur'an section are provided by the Tanzil online collaborative project. We do not edit any of their content. Please check online Quran on the Tanzil website and verify if you observe the same error.
  • Some errors you may see, can be result of font rendering by your browser. An example of such issue is Surah as-Saffaat 37:67 - try changing the font and see difference.

Hadith

Hadith application allows you to read hadiths in English and Arabic from wide-collections of hadith books:

  • Sahih al-Bukhari
  • Sahih Muslim
  • Imam Malik's Muwatta
  • Jami' at-Tirmidhi
  • Sunan Ibn Majah
  • Sunan an-Nasai (a.k.a Al-Sunan al-Sughra)
  • Sunan Abu Dawood
  • Collection of Hadith Qudsi
  • Collection of Imam Nawawi's 40 Hadiths
  • Riyad Us Saliheen by Imam Nawawi
  • Shama'il Muhammadiyah by Imaam at-Tirmidhi

Classifications

Initial data for hadith grading/classification was based on two sources, Darussalam and Sheikh al-Albaani

  • Jami' at-Tirmidhi: Darussalam Publications
  • Sunan an-Nasai: Darussalam Publications
  • Sunan Abu Dawud: Sheikh Al-Albani
  • Sunan Ibn Majah: Darussalam Publications

As part of our continuous improvements, when we find a classification from an authentic source (mainly Darussalam), we change it accordingly.
Classification colours are visual indication of the hadith authenticity and reliability. They are only for indicative purposes, you should ask a scholar the meaning of the classification. If you find any misleading colour (e.g, green where it should be red) please let us know with your proofs.

References

When you look at a hadith (for example Sahih al-Bukhari Book 75 Hadith 333), you may find various numbers in References sections. These numbers represent different types of references for particular hadith used by various publishers. Our main referencing style is based on Darussalam Publications.

Articles

Muflihun Articles are small to medium sized articles for our Muslim brothers and sisters, to remind them for their obligations and rulings on certain matters. These articles are sourced from understandings of our salaf. Please bear in mind that all the articles are backed up by Qur'an and sunnah upon understandings of salaf, I do not introduce new ideas or doubts in Muslims. They are well estabilished ideas of salaf of this ummah.

Sources

I am only a student who look up to scholars who had great piety and taqwa of Allah. This is because Allah (subhanahu wa ta'ala) said:

إِنَّمَا يَخْشَى ٱللَّهَ مِنْ عِبَادِهِ ٱلْعُلَمَٰٓؤُا۟

Only those fear Allah, from among His servants, who have knowledge.

Surah Faatir 35:25

I will list down some of the scholars (not limited to) that I look up (either via books or their tapes), this will give you an idea on my understandings:

Those who have passed away

  • Shekh-ul Islaam Ibn Taymiyyah (RA)
  • Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Abdul Wahhab (RA)
  • Sheikh Ibn Uthaymīn (RA)
  • Sheikh Bin Bāz (RA)
  • Sheikh Al-Albāni (RA)
  • Sheikh Zubair ′Ali Zai (RA)
  • Sheikh Safi-ur Rahmān Mubārpuri (RA)
  • Sheikh Ihsān Illahi Zaheer (RA)

Those who are alive

  • Sheikh Abdul Mohsin al-Abbād
  • Sheikh Salih al-Fawzān
  • Sheikh Abdur Razzaq ibn Abdul Mohsin al-Abbād
  • Sheikh Wassiullah Abbās
  • Sheikh Abdullah Nasir Rahmāni
  • Sheikh Mubasshar Ahmed Rabbani
  • Sheikh Anees Ur Rahmān Azami
  • Sheikh Abu Zaid Zameer
  • Sheikh Tauseef ur Rahmaan
  • Sheikh Talib ur Rahmaan

May Allah grant them steadfastness.

This is a small list of many scholars that I look up to but you get the gist of my sources. My main interests are Aqeedah and Tafseer. I spend time daily studying books and writing articles on what I have understood clearly for our brothers and sisters.

Mistakes are inevitable and we request people of knowledge to correct us if we are wrong (along with your proofs).

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Contact Us

If you wish to contact us in order to report an issue or ask a question, please feel free to send email to info [at] muflihun.com and we will try to respond as soon as possible.

Our Request

We have put years into this project. This is all done for the sake of Allah (subhanahu wa ta'ala). All we ask from you is to spread the word and share this website to your friends and family. Jazaakumullah Khayran wa Baarak Allah Feekum wasalaam wa rahamatullahi wa barakaatuh