Narrated from Aishah (RA) that she intended to buy Barrirah (RA) but (her owners) set the condition that they should have her Wala', so the Prophet ﷺ said: “The Wala' is for the one who gives the price, or for the one who is the owner of the blessing."
Sayings of the Messenger احادیثِ رسول اللہ ﷺ
Book: Chapters on Wala and Gifts (29) أبواب الولاء والهبة
Chapter No: 1
Chapter No: 2
Narrated from Abdullah bin Umar (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ disallowed the sale of Wala' or make a gift of it.
Chapter No: 3
Ibrahim At-Taimi narrated from his father who said: “Ali (RA) delivered a sermon for us in which he said: 'Whoever thinks that we have some book to read other than Allah's Book and this scripture, which contain (the rules about) camel's ages and things related to wounds, then he has lied." And he said that it is mentioned in it that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said: "Al-Madinah is sacred, what is between 'Air to Thawr, so whoever innovates here a Bid’ah or gives protection to an innovator then upon him is the curse of Allah, the angels, and all people. On the Day of Judgment, Allah will not accept his obligatory nor optional good deeds. And whoever claims someone else to be his father, or claims Wala' for someone other than his Mawali, then upon him is the curse of Allah, the angels, and the people; his obligatory and optional good deeds shall not be accepted. The covenants of (protection given by) the Muslims are same; the lowest of them may offer it (and all will then have to respect it).’”
Chapter No: 4
Narrated from Abu Hurairah (RA) that a man from [Banu] Fazarah came to the Prophetﷺ and said: “O Apostle of Allah ﷺ! My wife gave birth to black boy." So the Prophet ﷺ asked: "Do you have any camels?" He replied: 'Yes." He asked: "Then what are their colors?" He said: "Red." He said: "Is there a gray one among them?" He said: "Yes, there is a grey one among them." He said: "From where does that come?" He said: "Perhaps it is hereditary (An earlier one may have had this color)." He said: "Then in the same way, perhaps it is his heredity."
Chapter No: 5
Narrated from Aishah (RA) that the Prophet ﷺ came to her in a very happy mood, his face beaming with joy and said: “Don't you see that Mujazziz observed the feet of Zayd ibn Harithah and Usamah ibn Zayd and said, “These are feet belonging to a common strain.'
Chapter No: 6
Narrated from Abu Hurairah (RA) that the Prophet ﷺ said: “Give gifts to each other, for indeed the gift removes bad feelings from the heart. And no woman should look down upon (the gift of) her neighbor, even if it is a piece of a sheep’s trotter."
Chapter No: 7
Narrated from Ibn Umar (RA) that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said: “The similitude of the one who gives a gift, and then takes it back, is that of a dog who eats until he is full, and vomits, then he returns to eat from what it had vomited."
Narrated from Ibn Umar (RA) and Ibn Abbas (RA) the Marfu Hadith: “It is not lawful for a man to give a gift and then take it back, except in the case of the father with what he gave to his son. And the similitude of one who presents a gift and afterwards demands it back is like the dog that eats excessively till it spews out and then returns to it to consume from it