Sale

Hadeeth

Ibn `Umar narrated “The Messenger of Allah forbade the sale of fruits until it became clear that they were in good condition. He forbade their sale for the seller and the buyer. (Al-Bukhari 2044 and Muslim)

Zaid bin Thabit narrated” The Messenger of Allah gave license regarding araya (to the effect) that, it be sold on the basis of an estimation of the measure of the tree's dates when they dried. (Al-Bukhari 2027 and Muslim)

Ibn `Umar narrated “The Prophet forbade the sale of dates until they were ripe. When he was asked what that (i. e. ripe) meant, he used to say , "until there is no danger of blight." (Al-Bukhari 1392)

Ibn `Umar narrated “The Prophet forbade the sale of dates until they were ripe. When he was asked what that (i. e. ripe) meant, he used to say , "until there is no danger of blight." (Al-Bukhari 1392)

Ibn Umar told us that the people used to buy food from the caravans in the lifetime of the Prophet. The Prophet used to forbid them to sell it at the same place where they had purchased it. (Rather they were to wait) until they carried it to the market where foodstuff was sold. Ibn Umar said, "the Prophet also forbade the re-selling of foodstuffs by someone who had bought it unless he had received it with exact full measure." (Al-Bukhari 1980)

Abdullah b. `Umar narrated “The Messenger of Allah forbade the sale called 'habal al-habalah,' which was a kind of sale practiced in the pre-Islamic period of Ignorance, in which a man would by a camel until it gave birth and its offspring gave birth. (Al-Bukhari)

Abu Hurayrah narrated “The Messenger of Allah said: "Do not go forward to meet the caravan (in order to buy from it on the way before it reaches the town); do not urge buyers to cancel their purchases so that you may sell them (your own goods) yourselves, and do not bid against each other with the intention of inflating the price of the merchandise. A town dweller should not sell goods for a desert dweller. Do not leave sheep unmilked for a long time, when they are on sale. Whoever buys such an animal has the option of returning it after milking it, along with a sa’ of dates, or keeping it." (Al-Bukhari 2006)

Jabir bin Abdullah narrated “I heard the Messenger of Allah, in the Year of the Conquest of Makkah, saying, "Allah and His Messenger prohibited the trade of alcoholic beverages, dead animals, swine and idols." The people asked, "O Messenger of Allah! What about the fat of dead animals, it is used it for greasing boats and hides and people use it in lamps?" He said, "No, it is illegal." The Messenger of Allah further said, "May Allah curse the Jews, for Allah made the fat (of animals) illegal for them, yet they melted the fat and sold it and consumed its price." (Al-Bukhari 2082)

Jabir bin Abdullah narrated “I heard the Messenger of Allah, in the Year of the Conquest of Makkah, saying, "Allah and His Messenger prohibited the trade of alcoholic beverages, dead animals, swine and idols." The people asked, "O Messenger of Allah! What about the fat of dead animals, it is used it for greasing boats and hides and people use it in lamps?" He said, "No, it is illegal." The Messenger of Allah further said, "May Allah curse the Jews, for Allah made the fat (of animals) illegal for them, yet they melted the fat and sold it and consumed its price." (Al-Bukhari 2082)

Jabir bin Abdullah narrated “The Messenger of Allah forbade the sale of a heap of dates of unknown weight for a known weight of dates. (Muslim 2820)

Jabir bin Abdullah narrated “The Messenger of Allah forbade muhaqalah, muzabanah, mukhabarah and the sale of fruits until their good condition became clear. (He also ordered) that they not be sold for other than dinar and dirham, except in the case of araya. (Al-Bukhari and Muslim 2855)

Jabir bin Abdullah narrated “The Messenger of Allah forbade the sale of excess water” (Muslim 2925)

Abdullah b. `Abbas narrated “A person presented the Messenger of Allah with a small water-skin of wine. The Messenger of Allah said to him: "Do you not know that Allah has forbidden it?" He said: "No," whereupon another man whispered something to him. The Messenger of Allah asked the man what he had whispered. He said: "I advised him to sell that (wine) whereupon (the Prophet) said: "Verily, He who has forbidden its drinking has forbidden its sale as well." (The narrator) said: (the man) opened the water-skin until what was contained in it was spilt. (Muslim 2957, Malik, Al-Nasa'i and Ahmad)

Abu Qatadah al-Ansari narrated “I heard the Messenger of Allah say: "Beware of swearing, it produces the ready sale of a commodity, but blots out the blessing." (Muslim 3015)

Ibn Mas`ud narrated “The Messenger of Allah forbade two sales in one sale”. (Ahmad 3595)

Hakim bin Hizam narrated “That he asked the Messenger of Allah (the following question): "If a man comes to me and wants me to sell him something which is not in my possession, should I buy it for him from the market? He replied: "Do not sell what you do not possess." (Abu Dawud 3040, al-Tirmidhi 1153, Ibn Majah 2178, al-Nasa'i 4534)

Abd Allah bin `Amr narrated “The Messenger of Allah said: "The provison of a loan combined with a sale is not permitted, nor are two conditions relating to one transaction, nor the profit arising from something which is not in one's charge, nor selling what is not in your possession." (Ab– Dawud, al-Tirmidhi 1155)

Ab Hurayrah narrated “The Messenger of Allah prohibited husah sale and gharar sale. (Al-Bukhari 2783)

Jabir bin Abdullah “That he heard the Messenger of Allah in the year of the Conquest when he was in Makkah say, "Allah has prohibited the sale of wine, the flesh of unslaughtered animals, swine and idols..." (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

Abu Mas`ud al-Ansari narrated “The Messenger of Allah prohibited the price of a dog, the earnings of a prostitute and the sweets of a soothsayer. (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

Jabir bin Abdullah narrated “That he was riding a camel which had faltered such that he wanted to let it go. The Prophet caught up to me and made supplication for me and struck the camel so that it went along as it had not gone ever before. He said, "sell it to me for a wuqiyah." I replied "No." He said, "Sell it to me." So I sold to him for a wuqiyah on the condition that I be allowed to ride it home. So when I reached home, I gave him the camel and he paid me in ready cash... (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

Jabir bin Abdullah narrated “The Messenger of Allah forbade the price of a cat and a dog. (Muslimand al-Nasa'i)

Jabir bin Abdullah narrated “The Messenger of Allah forbade the sale of surplus water. (Muslim)

Ibn `Umar narrated “The Messenger of Allah forbade the sale of the stallion's services. (Al-Bukhari and Muslim)

Abdullah bin Dinar said “The Messenger of Allah forbade the sale of client allegiance and its donation.

Ibn `Umar narrated “The Messenger of Allah said, "there is no harm in taking them [gold for silver] at the day's price as long as you two do not separate with unsettled business between you." (Ahmad, Abu Dawud, al-Tirmidhi)

Jabir bin Abdullah Narrated “The Messenger of Allah forbade muhalaqah, muzabanah, mukharabah and any contractual exception which is not known [to both parties]. (Ahmad, Abu Dawud, al-Tirmidhi and al-Nasa'i)

Abu Hurayrah narrated “The Messenger of Allah said, "Do not go forth to meet what is being brought to the market, if anyone is so met before coming to the market place then he has the option to rescind a previous sale." (Muslim)

Abu Hurayrah narrated “The Messenger of Allah said: "Who rescinds a sale with a Muslim, Allah will efface his misfooting." (by Abu Dawud and Ibn Majah)

Abdullah bin Amr narrated “The Messenger of Allah said: "The combination of a loan and a sale is not permitted, nor are two stipulations in one sale. There is no profit for one who is not financially responsible, nor may you sell what is not in your possession..."(Ahmad 1155)

Abu Sa`id Al-Khudri The Messenger of Allah forbade the sale of what is in the wombs of cattle until they give birth, selling what is in their udders, buying a fugitive slave, buying war booty before it is divided, buying sadaqat before they have been taken possession of and the divers fee. (Ibn Majah, al-Bazzar and al-Daraqutni.)

Ayesah narrated “When the ayat of Sirat al-Baqarah about riba were revealed, the Prophet went to the masjid and recited them in front of the people and then banned the trade of alcohol. (Al-Bukhari 439)