Inshallah can you help me with the ḥadīth that is said from the prophet about a house that does not have dates? Can you tell me wording of this ḥadīth and where is it recorded and who narrated it please?
wa alaykumus-salāmu wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh
it was collected by Muslim in his Ṣaḥīh (#2046) and the authors of the Sunan (except an-Nasaa'ee) from the narration of 'Aa'ishah, who relayed that the Prophet (ṣallallāhu alayhe wa sallam) said:
يا عائشة بيت لا تمر فيه جياع أهله "O 'Aa'ishah! A house without dates (shall have) hungry occupants."
Some scholars, like at-Tirmithee, understood it to establish the general recommended nature of dates and their superiority over other foods.
Other scholars, like Ibn al-'Arabee (perhaps the first explainer of Jaami' at-Tirmithee), understood it to be restricted to lands where dates are easily available and they are a common staple food. According to this understanding, lands where dates are not a staple food, this concept would apply to their specific staple foods, as a factual description of the people of that place. (So in a place where rice is the main staple food, a house without any rice in it is a house with hungry people living in it.)
An-Nawawee extracted from it that we should store dates in our houses, as a recommended act in Islām.
Jazakaallahu khairan for helping explaining the ḥadīth also the answer of where to find it I was able to find it in my book Sahih Muslim in the Book Of Food (19) chapter , Homes that have no dates, their residents are hungry.
1318. 'Aishah may Allah be pleased with her narrated that the Messenger of Allah (ṣallallāhu alayhe wa sallam) said:"O'Aishah, a house in which there are no dates,its residents are hungry-people. O'Aishah, a house in which there one no dates, its residents are hungry people."He said this two or three times
Allah knows best
Ḥadīth as translation of the meanings of summarized Sahih Muslim Arabic-English Volume 2
Al Hafiz Zakiuddin Abdul-Azim Al-Mundhiri
published by Darussalam