Ibn Abbaas and was collected by Ibn Maajah and Al Baihaqi
Al Aaliyah and was narrated by Al Bukhari
None of the companions but was collected in the two saheehs
The father of the Prophet sall Allaahu alaihi wa sallam
Doing something without intention
All bad deeds
Being negligent of something well known
Things that people are forced to do
Forget, make mistakes
Disbelieve, fall into shirk
Fall into sins, compel others
Make mistakes, are compelled
All three of them
Two of them
One of them
None of them
Expiation is needed for it
Expiation is not needed for it
It nullifies the act of worship that it is contained in
It does not nullify the act of worship it is contained in
If the mistake was done when doing an obligatory deed, the obligatory deed must be done again
If the mistake was done when doing an obligatory deed, the obligatory deed need not be done again
The one who was forced to kill is not punished, in accordance with this hadeeth.
The one who was forced to kill should not have taken someone else's life in order to save his own.
The person who killed under coercion is punished but the one who coerced him is not.
Both the killer and the one who forced him are punished.
This hadeeth does not allow a person to transgress the rights of anyone else and get away with that, even if he was coerced.