Perbezaan antara semakan "Mukhannathun"

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(Mencipta laman baru dengan kandungan ''''Mukhannathun''' (Arabic مخنثون "yang bersifat kewanitaan", "lelaki yang menyerupai perempuan", mufrad ''mukhannath'') ialah perkataan Arab lama yang k...')
 
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A mukhannath/mukhannas telah menginaikan tangan dan kakinya telah dibawa berjumpa Rasulullah (SAW). Baginda bertanya: Apakah yang telah berlaku pada lelaki ini? Baginda diberitahu: Wahai Rasulullah! Dia telah menyerupai wanita. Maka dia di buang ke an-Naqi'. Para sahabat berkata" Wahai Rasulullah! Mengapa kita tidak membunuhnya saja? Baginda menjawab: Aku telah diharamkan membunuh orang yang bersolat. Abu Usamah menyatakan: Naqi' ialah sebuah daerah berdekatan Madinah dan bukan suatu Baqi (dalam perkataan lain ia tidak merujuk pada perkuburan [[Syurga al-Baqi]]. Menunjukkan mereka tidak dihukum.)'<ref name="Sunanabudaud"/></blockquote>
 
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Sunan Abu-Dawud, Book 32, Number 4095:
Narrated [[Aisha|Aisha, Ummul Mu'minin]]:
 
A mukhannath (eunuch) used to enter upon the wives of Prophet (peace_be_upon_him). They (the people) counted him among those who were free of physical needs. One day the Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) entered upon us when he was with one of his wives, and was describing the qualities of a woman, saying: When she comes forward, she comes forward with four (folds in her stomach), and when she goes backward, she goes backward with eight (folds in her stomach). The Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) said: Do I not see that this (man) knows what here lies. Then they (the wives) observed veil from him. <ref name="Sunanabudaud2">[http://www.usc.edu/dept/MSA/fundamentals/hadithsunnah/abudawud/032.sat.html#032.4095 Hadith on this matter, USC-MSA compendium of Muslim Text: Partial Translation of Sunan Abu-Dawud, Book 32:Clothing (Kitab Al-Libas),Number 4095]</ref></blockquote>
 
===Analysis of Scholars===
 
This curious fact about the early history of Islam did not escape the notice of scholars past and present.
 
According to the scholar and hadith collector [[An-Nawawi]]:
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