«إذا أتيت على راعي إبل فناد يا راعي الإبل ثلاثا فإذا أجابك, وإلا فاحلب واشرب من غير أن تفسد, وإذا أتيت على حائط فناد يا صاحب الحائط ثلاثا فإن أجابك وإلا فكل من غير أن تفسد» .
(صحيح) … [حم هـ حب ك] عن أبي سعيد. المشكاة 2953)
It is reported that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
“If you come to a shepherd of camels, then call three times:” O shepherd of camels! ” If he answers you, then (ask him), otherwise you can milk and drink (milk) without crossing boundaries (excessive). And if you come to the owner of the garden, then call three times: “O owner of the garden!” If he answers, then (ask him), otherwise you can eat from there, without crossing boundaries (excessive). ”
This hadith was narrated by Ahmad 3/21, Ibn Majah 2300, Ibn Hibban 5281 and al-Hakim 4/132 from the words of Abu Sa’id al-Khudri.
Sheikh al-Albani called the hadith authentic. See Sahih al-jami ‘as-saghir 274, Mishkat al-Masabih 2953.
Grade: Dai’f (According to Darussalam)
This hadith is صحيح according to Sheikh Albani and حسن by Shuaib Al-Arna`oot | However it is graded as Da’if by Darussalam due to al Busayree grading it ‘Da’if’ in ‘Misbah-uz-Zujaja, fi Zawaid Ibn Majah’ reason being Saeed bin Iyas Al-Jariri being confused due to age at the end of his life.
The Sahih hadith according to Darussalam is the below one:
It was narrated from ‘Abdullah bin ‘Umar that the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) stood up and said:“No one of you should milk from the livestock of another man without his permission. Would anyone of you like someone to break into his storeroom and take his food? The udders of their livestock store food for them, so none of you should milk the livestock of another man without his permission.”
Ibn Majah Hadith 2302
|Grade||: Sahih (Darussalam)|