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In the Name ofAllih,     the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful                      Kalamullah.ComO Maktaba Dar-us-Salam, 2...
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Sunan Ibn Majah (5 Vol. Set)

Imam Muhammad Bib Yazeed ibn Majah Al-Qazwini
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Sunan Ibn Majah is one of the six most authentic collections of the Ahadith and contains 4,341 total Ahadith. Like the other translations of the six books of hadith, Dar-us-Salam Publications, has taken great care in correct translation, simple and clear modern English language, and high quality publishing.

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  1. 1. English Translation ofSunan Ibn M Volume 2 Compiled by: Im5m Muhammad Bin Yazeed - Ibn Majah Al-Qazwini Ahiidith edited, researched and refevnced by: HSifiz Abu TSihir Zubair Ali Zai Translated by: Nasiruddin al-Khattab (Canada) Edited by: Huda Khattab (Canada) Final review by: Abu Khaliyl (USA) DARUSSALAM -- . GLOBAL LEADER IN ISLAMIC BOOKS Rivadh Jeddah Al-Khobar .Shariah Lahore London -Hauston.New York
  2. 2. In the Name ofAllih, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful Kalamullah.ComO Maktaba Dar-us-Salam, 2007King Fahd National Library Catalog-in-PublicationDataImam hafiz abu abdullah Sunan ibn majah, Imam hatiz abu abdullah,Riyadh-20C 5v. 544 p, 14x21 ern ISBN: 9960-9881-3-9 (set) 9960-9919-5-4 l-Al-hadith-commentaries2- Al-hadith 3-Title 237.7dc 142811078 Legal Deposit no.1428/1078 ISBN: 9960-9881-3-9 (set). 9960-9919-5-4 (voi.2) ,
  3. 3. Contents5. The Chapter Of Establishing The Prayer And The Sunnah Regarding ThemChapter 1. The Op-g of the Prayer ................................................... 17Chapter 2. Seeking refuge during the PrayerChapter 3. Placing the rightChapter 4 . Starting the recitatioChapter 5. Redtation in theChapter 6 . The recitation in the Fajr Prayer on Fridays 26Chapter 7. The recitation for the Zuhr and the Asr .................................. 28Chapter 8. Occasionaliy reciting a Verse aloud for Zuhr and Asr Prayers. .... 30Chapter 9 . The recitation for theUupter 10. The recitation for the ISM PrayeChapter 11. Reciting behind the im2Chapter 12. The two pauses of the Inuim.................................................. 37Chapter 1 3 . When the im2m is reciting, then listen attentively ...................... 38Chapter 14. Saying Amin alou .............. 58Chapter 23. What is to be said between the two prostrations....................... 63Chapter 24. What was narrated concerning the Tashah-hud (sitting posture) .... 63Chapter 25. Sending peace and blessings upon the Prophet ..................... 68Chapter 26. What is to be said during the Tahnf-hud and sending SaUt uponChapter 28. The Taslim.....Chapter 29. The one who says one Sal2Chapter 30. Responding to the imzms SalimChapter 31. The Imrim should not supplicate
  4. 4. Contents 6Chapter 32. What is to be said after the Saltm 79Chapter 33. Departing after completing the Frayer .................................... 82Chapter 34. If the time for Prayer comes when food has been served ............ 84Chapter 35. Prayer in congregation on a rainy night .................................. 85Chapter 36. What suffices as a Suhah (screen) for one performing Prayer....... 87Chapter 37. Passing in front of someone who is performing Prayer.... ......... .. 89Chapter 38. What severs the Prayer ........................................................ 90Chapter 39 Stopping (the passing person) as much as possible .................... 93Chapter 40. the Prayer directioChapter 41. Prohibition of bowmg or prosChapter 42.Chapter 43. The one whoChapter 44 Two are a congregahoChapter 45 Who is preferred to stand closest to the ImAm .......................... 103Chapter 46. Who is most deserving of leading the Prayer ........................... 105 AChapter 47. What is incumbent upon theQlapter 48.Chapter 49. The I m h should make the Prayer short if someChapter 50. Straightening the rowChaptn 51. The virtue of the front rowsChapter 52. The womens rowChapter 53. Prayer between tw ....................................... 116Chapter 54. A mans Prayer bebind the row on his own ............................. 116Chapter 55. The v h e of the right side of the row .................................... 118Chapter 56. Tne Prayer directio 119Chapter 57. performs some Rak 122Chapter 58. Whoever eats garlic, ............ 123Chapter 59. If the greeting is given to a person who is performing Prayer, how should he mponChapter 60. without &inChapter 61.Chapter 62. Smoothing the pebbles during Prayer ..................................... 129Chapter 63. Performing Prayer upon a Mtumrah........................................ 130Chapter 64. Prostrating on a gannent when it is hot or cold .... ......... .... ... .... 132Chapter 65. The Tasbih is for men during the Prayer and clapping is for women. 133Chapter 66. Prayers in sand 134Chapter 67. Tucking up the hair and garments during Prayer ... ..... ...... ... ..... 135
  5. 5. Contents 7 -#Cfqter 68. Humility during Rayer ... ........... ...... ...... ................ .... . 136Chapter 69. Prayer in a single 138Chapter 70. Prostmtiom for re ........................................ 140chapter n. The number of prostrations in the @I ................................ & I 142Chapter 72. Completing the Prayer ......................................................... 144Chapter 73. Shortming the Prayer while traveling ..................................... 148Chapter 74. Combining Prayer while travelinChapter 75. Voluntary Prayer while travelinChapter 76. ow long may a traveler sChapter 77.Chapter 78. The obligation of FrChapte7 79. The virtues of FridaChaptn 80.Chapter 81. What was narrated concerning the concession for that ............... 165Chapter 82. What was narrated about setting out early for Friday ................ 166Chapter 83. What was narrated about adornment on Fridays ...................... 167Chapter 84. What was narrated concerning the time of Friday (Prayer) ......... 170Chapter 85. What was narrated concerning the sermon on Friday ................ 171Chapter 86. What was narrated conceming listening to the sermon and 175Chapter 87. 176Chapter 88. shoulders on Friday 177Chapter 89. Concerning speakingafter the Imrim comes down from the pulpit.. .... 178Chapter 90. What was narrated conceming the recitationin t e Prayer onFriday .... 179 hWulpter 91. What was narrated concerning one who catches one Rakah ofChapter 92.Chapter 93.Chapter 94. What was narrated conceming Prayer before friday (Prayer)..... .. 184Chapter 95. What was narrated concerning Prayer after Friday .................... 184Chapter 96. What was narrated conceming sitting in circles on Fridays before the Prayer, and Ihtibiwhenthelmrim is deliveringthesanon ........ ...... 186Chapter 97. What was narrated concerning the A&"n on Fridays................. 187Chapter 98. What was narrated concerning facing the I& when he is delivering the samo 188Chnpter 99. 188Chapter 100. What was narrated conceming twelve Rakah£romthe Sunnnh ....... 190
  6. 6. Contents 8 & I &Chapter 101 . What was narrated concerning two Rakah before Fajr ................ 191Chapter 102 . What was m a t e d concerning what is to be recited in the two Rakah before Faj 193Chapter 103 . What has been called. there should be no Prayer except the obligatory one ........ 195Chpter 104 . What was narrated concerning the one who misses the two Rakah before Fajr Prayer when should he make them up? ......... 196Chapter 105 . Four M a h before the Zuhr 197Chapter 106 . One who misses the four Rakah before the Zuhr ....................... 198Chapter 107. One who misses the two Rnkah after the Zuhr ......................... 199Chapter 108 . What was narrated concerning one who performs four Rakah before the Zuhr and Four Rakah afterwards............................. 200Chapter 109 . What was narrated about what is recommended of volunta (Prayer) during the daytimQtapter 110 . What was narrated concermngChapter 111. Concerning the two W a h after the Maghrib ............................ 203Chapter 112 . What is to be k t e d in the two Rakah after the Maghrib ............ 204Chapter 113 . What was narrated concerning the six Rakah after the Maghrib ...... 205Chapter 114. What was narrated concerning Wr ....................................... 205 i tChapter 115 . What was narrated concerning what is to be recited in Wih........ 207Chapter 116 . +t was narrated concerning Raying one Rakah for W t ........ 208 irChapter 117. What was narrated concerning the Quuut in W t ..................... 210 irChapter 118 . One who does not raise his hands in Qunut ............................. 212 the face withChapter 120 . What was narrated conce Qunut before Rukd orChapter 121 . What wasChapter 122 . One who sleeps and misses Wih,or forgets it .......................... 216Chapter 123 . What was narrated concerning W t with three, five, seven or ir nine Rakhh ........................................................................ 216Chapter 124. What was narrated concerning W t when traveling .................. 219 irChapter 125 . What was narrated concerning the two Rakah sitting down afta 219 the t w o Rakhh of Fajr .......................................................... 220Chapter 127 . What was m a t e d concerning W t while riding ...................... 221 irChapter 130 . W h o e x 8 ~ ~ e
  7. 7. Contents 9 -&Chapter 132. What was narrated concerning one who is uncertain about his Prayer; let him refer to what is more certain ............................ 226Chapter 133. What was narrated concerning one who is uncertain about his Prayer, so he should try to do what is correct .......................... 228Chapter 134. One who says the 5(110^1n after two or three Xakah by mistake.. .... 229Chapter 135. Concemingthe two prostratiom of forgetfulnessbefore the SaBm.. ... 231Chapter 136. What was narrated concerning one who does the prostrations after the Salim.. .................................................................. 232Chapter 137. What was narrated concerning resuming the Prayer .................. 233Chapter 138. What was narrated concerning how to leave the prayer if oneChapter 140. Voluntary Prayer while sittinChapter 141. The Rayer of one who standChapter 143. What was narrated concerning the Messenger of Allkih @ performing Prayer behind a man from his Ummah .................... 244Chapter 144. What was narrated conceming the fact that the Imim is appointed to be followed ................................................... 245ainpter 145. What was narrated conceming Qunut in the Fajr Prayer ............. 248Chapter 146. What was narrated concerning killing snakes and scorpions during the Prayer ........................................................... 250Chapter 147. The prohibition of Prayer after the Fajr and after the Asr ........... 251Chapter 148. What was perform R 252Chapter 149. What was Md&h at any time ............................................................ 255Chapter 150. What was narrated conceming delaying the Prayer beyond itsChapter 151.Chapter 152. What was narrated concerning the eclipse Prayer...................... 260Chapter 153. What was nmated concerning the Prayer for rain .................... 263Chapter 154. What was narrated concerning supplication for rain .................. 266Chapter 155. What was narrated concerning the %id Prayers ........................ 269Chapter 156. What was narrated conceming how many times the Imtm should say the Takbir in t e %id Prayers .......................................... h 271Chapter 157. What was narrated conceming the recitationin the Eid Prayer.. ..... 272Chapter 158. What was narrated conceming the sermon for %id .................... 274Chapter 159. What was narrated concerning waiting for the sermon after the Prayer 276
  8. 8. contents 10Chapter 160. What was narrated concerning Raying before or after the %id 277Cnapter 161. What 278 one route and retumjng via another route ........ ..... ........... ....... 279Chapter 163. What was narrated concerning Tqlis on the day of Eid ............. 281Chapter 164. What was narrated concerning carrying a spear on the day of 282 284 Day................................................................................. 285 287 ............. 288 288 289 during the day are two by two.. ............. ..... .... .... ......... . .. 291Qlapter 173. What was narrated concerning Qiytm ((the voluntary night Prayers) during the month of RamaGn .................................. 292Chapter 174. What was narrated concerning voluntary Prayers during the night. 295Chapter 175. What was narrated concerning one who wakes up his family at night ............................................................................... 298Chapter 176. Making ones voice beautiful when reciting Qmh ........ ........... 299Chapter 177. What was narrated concerning one who sleeps and misses his daily portion of the Q ................................................... u h 302Qurpter 178. How mqch ( i e is recommended regarding the completion of tm) the Qurh........................................................................ 304Chapter 179. What was m a t e d concerning recitation in the (voluntary) night 307 310Chapter 181. What was narr 313Chapter 182. What was narrated conceming which hours of the night are best. 317Qurpter 183. What was m a t e d about what it is hoped will suffice for theChapter 185. What w
  9. 9. Contents 11 L . & ; *Chapter 186. What was narrated concerning voluntary Prayers offered at horn 323CIlapter 187. Wha ............................. 325Chapter 188. What was narrated concerning Is!3&r& Prayer ....................... 327Chapter 189. What was narrated concerning Prayer at times of need .............. 328Chapter 190. What was narrated concerning the Prayer of glorification ........... 330Chapter 192. What w performing them regularlyCbpter 195. What was narrated conceming the virtue of praying in the m e d mosque and the mosque of the Prophet % .................... 344Chapter 196. What was m a t e d concerning praying in the mosque of Baitil- Maqdis uerusalem) ............................................................. 345Chapter 197. What was narrated concerning Prayer in Qubr mosque............. 348Chapter 198. What was m a t e d concerning Prayer in the Jtmi Masjid ........... 349Chapter 200. What waChapter 201. What was narrated concaning prosh.ating a great deal .............. 355 356Chapter 203. Offering a volun an obligatory Praye 358 which one usually prays 359Chapter 205. What was narrated con 360 6. The Chapters On What Has Been Narrated Regarding FuneralsChapier 1. What was narrated concerning visiting the sick ....................... 362 365Chapter 3. What 367 person when death approach 368Cikqter 5 . What was narrated concerning the believer being rewarded for the agony of death.. .... ......... ........... ....... .... ..... . .. .. . ... 370Chapter 6 . What was narrated concemingclosingtheeyes of t e d . . .. 371
  10. 10. ContentsChapter 7 . What was narrated concerning kissing the deceased .................. 372Chaptm 8 . What was narrated concerning washing the deceased ................ 373Chapter 9 . What was narrated concerning a man washing his wife and a woman washing her husband ............................................... 376Chapter 10. What was narrated concerning the washing of the Prophet a.. ... 377Chapter11. What was narrated concerning the shrauding of the Prophet @ ..... 379Chapter 12 What was narrated concerning what is recommended in shrouding .......................... ......................................... . 380Chapter 13. What was narrated concerning looking at the deceased when he has bem wrapped in his shroud ......................................... 382Chapter 14. What was narrated conceming the prohibition of making public death announcements 382Chapter 15. What was narrated co 383Chapter 16. What was narrated concerning walking ahead of the funeral 385Chapter 17. mourning d m s during the funeral procession.......................... 386Chapter 18. The funeral should not be delayed once the bier is ready, and the funeral procession should not be followed with fire ............. 387Chapter 19. What was narrated conc i offered by a group of Mus s 388Chapter 20. What was narrated concerning ......... ....... 390Chapter 21. Where should the I m h stand when he prays over the body?...... 391Chapter 22. 392Chapter 23. 393Chapter 24. 396Chapter 25. 398Chapter 26. child . ....................................... 399Chapter 27. What was narrated concerning the funeral Prayer offered for the son of the Masenger of All;lh s, and the report of his death.. ... 400Chapter 28 and their buria 402Chapter 29. What was narr 403Chapter 30. should not beoffered and the deceased should not be buried ........ . 405Chapter 31. Prayer for the people of the Qiblah 407Chapter 32. Offering the funeral Prayer at the grave .................................. 409
  11. 11. ContentsChnpter 33. What was m a t e d concerning the Prayers for Najishi .............. 412Chapter 34. What was narrated conceming the reward for the one who offen the funeralPrayer and the one who waits until the burial.. . .. ... ....... .. 414Chapter 35. What was narrated concerning standing up for the funeralChapter 36.chapter 37.Chapter 38. What was m a t e d concerning placing the deceased in the grave. 419Chapter 39. What was narrated concerning the niche-grave being 421Chapter 40. -grave ......................... 422Chapter 41. What was m a t e d concerning digging the grave ..................... 424Chapter 42 What was narrated conceming markers on graves .................... 425Chapter 43. What was m a t e d conceming the prohibition of building over graves, plastering over them and writing on them ....... ..... ........ 426Chapter44. What was narrated concerning scattering earth in the grave........ 427Chapter 45. What was narrated concaning the prohibition of walking or 427Chapter 46. 428Chapte?. 47. ........... ...... .... 429Chapter 48. What was m a t e d concerning visiting the graves of the idolaters .... 431chapter 49. 432Chapter 50. 433Chapter 51. What was m a t e d conceming the prohibition of wailing ........... 434Chapter 52.Chapter 53Chapter 54. What was narraChapter 55.Chapter 56Chapter 57.Chapter 58.Chapter 59.
  12. 12. Contents 14 &&Chapter 60. What was narrated concerning the prohibition of gathering with the family of the deceased and preparing food .................. ....... 452Chapter 61. What was narrated concerning one who dies in a s k g e land ... ... 453Chapter 62. What was m a t e d concerning one who dies from a sickness...... 454Chapter 63. The prohibition of brealdng the bones of the deceased ............... 455Chapter 64. What was narrated concerning the sickness of the Messenger of All& g ............................................................................ j 455Chapter 65. What was narrated conceming the death and burial of the Prophet 462 The Chapter On What Has Been Narrated Concerning FastingChapter 1.What was narrated concerning the viaues of Fasting ... ............. . 472Chapter 2.What was narrated concerning t e virtues of Ramaan .............. 475 h What was narrated concerning Fasting on the day of doubt........ 477Qurpter 3 .Chapter 4.What was narrated conceming joining ShabGn to R a m a d h ....... 478Chapter 5. What was narrated concerning the prohibition of anticipating Ramadh by Fasting before it, except for one who has a habitual pattern of Fasting and it coincides with that ............................ 479Chapter 6. What was narrated concerning testimony that one has seen the aesc 480Chapter 7. What crescent) and stop Fasting when you see it." ............................ 482Chapter 8 . What (days) 483Qurpter 9. What was narrated conc the two months of Eid............... 484Chapter 10. What was narrated concerning Fasting while traveling .............. 485Chapter 11. What was narrated conceming not Fasting when traveling ......... 487Chapter 12. What was narrated concerning pregnant and nursing women 488 489Chapter 14. What was narra the Fast in Rama 490 491Chapter 16. What was narrated concerning a Fasting person who vomits ...... 492Chapter 17. What was narrated conceming the tooth stick and kohl for one who is Fas 493Chapter 18. What was narrated concerning cupping for one who is Fasting ... 494Chapter 19. What was narrated concerning a Fasting person kissing ............. 496Chapter 20. What was narrated about the Fasting person touching ............... 497Chapter 21. What was narrated concerning backbiting and obscene speech while Fasting ..................................................................... 498
  13. 13. Contents 15 -&chapter 22. What was narrated concerning Suhur (predawn meal before starting Fas 499Chapter 23. What was n .................... ..... 500Chapter 24. What was narrated concerning hastening to break the Fast ......... 502Chapter 25. What has been narr one to break ones Fast wi 503Chapter 2 6 . What was m a t e d conc oneself from the night before, and having the choice (of b r e a h g a voluntary Fast) during the da 503Cnapter 27. What was m a t e d c o n c d g a man who wakes up in a state of sexual impurity and wants to Fast ................................ . . . . 505Chapter 28. What was narrated concerning perpetual Fasting ...................... 506Cnapter 29. What was narrated conceming Fasting three days of each month.. . 507Chapter 30. What was narrated concerning the Fasting of the Prophet @ ...... 509Chapter 31. What was narrated conceming the Fast of Dawud, peace beChaptn 32.Chapter 33.Chapter 34.Chapter 35.Clurpter 36.Chapter 37.Cnapter 38. What was narrated conceming Fasting on a Saturday ................ 517Chapter 39. Fasting the (fimt) t days (of Dhd-Hijjah) .............................. ) 517Chapter 40. Fasting the day of Ar 519Chapter 41. Fasting the day of Ashur 520Cnapter 42. Fasting on Mondays and ....................................... 523Chapter 43. Fasting during the sacred months ... ......... .................... ......... 524Chapter 44. Fasting is the Z&t of the bod 526Cnapter 45. Concerning the reward of the person to break his Fast ...................................................... 526Chapter 46. 527Chapter 47. ........................... 528Chapter 48. R e supplication of the Fasting person is not hxned back ........... 529Cnapter 49. Eating before going out on the day of Fih................................ 530Chapter 50. One who dies owing a Fast from RamadSn which he neglected... 531Chapter 51. One who dies owing a Fast that he vowed to observe ............... 531Chapter 52. One who becomes Muslim during the month of Ramadh. .... ..... 532Chapter 53. A woman who Fasts without the permission of her husband ...... 533
  14. 14. Contents 16 -4Chapter 54. One who stays among a people should not Fast without theirChapter 55.Chapter 56.Chapter 57. The Virtue of the last ten days o the month of Xamadh ........... f 536Chapter 58. What was narrated concerning ItB ...................................... if 537Chapter 59. What was narrated concerning one who stark ItB and making iJ i f ...................................................................... up for I t M . 537Chapter 60. Observing ItM for one day or one night ................................ if 538Chapter 61. The person observing Itikijstaying in one particular place in the mosque ............................................................................. 539Chapter 62.Chapter 63.Chapter 64. washing his head and combing his hair ........................... ....... 541Chapter 65. The person observing I visited by his family in the 542Chapter 66. 543Chapter 67. 544Chapter 68. 544
  15. 15. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 17 Lg*4 LJlj olqbll L S ! u l * ! - In the Name o All&, the Most f Benqicent, the Most Merciful (5) The Chapters Of &@"131 (O +) I Establishing The Prayer -ls And The Sunnah ..- Ul*I . .ikxrll) Regarding ThemChapter 1. The Opening OfThe Prayer (2 &&I)803. Muhammad bin Amr bn i -, 2 , 23 .- dT, 3;f - & A*," lAt2 said: "I heard Abu HumaidAs-Siidi say: When t h e :kLf f ; ,*,, ,*, 6~:$&I <-, & $1Messenger of AlGh stood up h EL- :* : d ~i ,, . l @"2for prayer, he would face theprayer direction, raise his hands, <f : j~s~ + 3p .and say: "AlUku Akbar (All* isMost Great)." (Sahih) f 6 1:~ : -~ ; J , &G;; %I &! 3;; ? . I ; :is &L3 j*al Jl+- &I -3 c+ J +- L L ~ CL I/T:&I +yi .Comments:a. Facing the Qiblah (direction of Kabah) during the prayer is mandatory.b. There is no harm if the face of a person praying on a moving mount, turns to a direction other than that of the @blah.c. Raising the hands (Ruj yadain) while (i) s e g the prayer, (ii) bowing (going for Ruku? and (iii) rising from Ruku is the Sunnah (precept) of the Prophet g, will be seen under the coming Akliditk (858 & 859). asd. Both ways of raising the hands, namely (i) up to the ears, or (ii) up to the shoulders, are in order. (ibid.)804. It was narrated that Abu ~2:@ 4I d-;f, :.jc G k - ,,.tSaeed Al-Khudri said: "TheMessenger of AU2I a used to ;a $ + $2 :+,$ $ $5s t a r t his prayer by saying: 2 $ 3 $ 22 : d & pSubhinaka AlllFkumma wa bi . .hamdika, wa tabirakas-muka, wa : A G k-J a l & &f 3 $$I 4f . .
  16. 16. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 18 & U 1 9 oq d L I l L l C I f,I ~+tarila jadduka, wa 1 ilriha ghaimka 8 zs , : *, ,(Glory and praise be to You, 0 : :J9, - p @?ij 4 34; . 1 LEkl&,blessed be Your Name and &I i!*q!& J 3 i+; $1 &I+Dexalted be Your majesty, none hasthe right to be worshipped but dl 9; 2% J; Gyou)." (Hasan)@I +LYI &Ti j +L . c~*ipl~3 ~ > f LWi e - ) L l l :pi; t~ e j 3 . - L* - > % , +&j vvo:c .i.L-> .Comments: Several variations of supplication are reported to have been recited from time to time by the Prophet a, after saying the introductory Takbir (Alllihu Akbar) for the prayer. We are free to recite any of these. It is, however, preferable to vary our supplications off and on.805. It was narrated that Abu 2 &I a& 2 CS 2 , iG k - ,,.e fH u r a i r a h said: "When t h eMessenger of All* @ said the &a 2 y 62 , , &Takbir (Alllih Akbar), he wouldremain silent between the Takbir 3 6;; 2 ccd~ 4f + . z 3 G ; A?l;L@$lJ+;Lg :JG:**,Jand the recitation I said: May my 3 &I9father and mother be ransomed JG GF12l; 3, &for you! I noticed that you are 4; ,,silent between he T&bir and $1 , , && LT $2 &T $;recitation; please tell me what yousay then. He said: I say: :J$fD:JG .J$ G.c c;l .$ lAlllihumma bFid baini wa bninn &%.q &kG ; & &q 1$ Gkhatiiyliya kamli biadta bainal- 9, ,emashriqi wal-maghrib; Alllihumma h g , I y>lj z . & ,, +li 2 *naqqini min khattyiya kath-thmubil $1 $JJl. 2 &.$I "$& &KGnbyad minnd-danus; AlUhummagh-$ilni min khntiy@n &. i l , $ wath- . n ? j l ; $134~ + k c 2 &Ithalji wal-barad (0 All&, distanceme from my sins a s You havedistanced the east from the west;0 All& purify me of nly sins as awhite g m e n t is purified of dirt;0 All*, cleanse me of my sinswith water and snow and hail)."(Sahih)
  17. 17. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 19 L & b;JIj ol+l +19iComments:a. (0All&!) Distance me from my sins means: Protect me (or us) through Your mercy from all sins and, not to speak o committing the sins, enable us f to avoid even going close to the sins.b. Sins are likened to f l h and d r n ~ a is why extreme purity has been it it t likened to white garments.c.. Sins push one to the Hell-fire They give discomfort to the soul, just as the physical body feels discomfort from the heat. That is why, in order to cleanse the sins and give quietude to the soul, things prayed for by the Prophet (s) also cool by their very nature. are806. It was narrated from Aishahthat when the Prophet #gstarted , 4ul eL h ;. - k3c p 41 a ,-. -. 6 2 - A. 7 E L- :YC , : & 21Sallit he would say: "SubMmka iAlllihumma wa bi hamdika, watablirakas-mukn wa talila jadduka, 3 6p 3 , , ?G?I $ ? ~X?:,LC " ,,wa la^ ilLiha ghayruk (Glory and ;u @ ;g g dl21 a,G ., g Spraise is to You, 0 Allih, blessed 3J .,3 ~3+:; $1 &G~ : jtis Your Name and exalted is Yourmajesty, none has the right to be .+ 9; A& J ; G &Iworshiped but You)." (Hasan)Chapter 2. Seeking RefugeDuring The Prayer -- tiabrl ~ 4 (Y - +) ( i &.dl) pedl807. It was narrated from Ibn 62 2 . ;" a ; 6 - A.VJubair bin Mutim that his father ,, #, ,said: "1 saw the Messenger of 4c ,; 2 >z 7 , , , E L :&2A*U when he starteyd theprayer. He said: Allcihu Akbaru I _kabiran, Alllihu Akbaru kabiran &@ 5 $1 j2 $ $f; :Ji $1 2(Allih is the Most Great indeed),three times; Al-hamdu Lilllihi k ~ d 3f : 26 $-a &;kathiran, al-hamdu Lillcihi kathiran(Much praise is to All*), three u l s 74 u l n .v$ 1 2 73 7times; Subhlin All& bukratnn ula u-h73., ; % 5Gl ,y$NT> 4 ,,,usilan (Glory is to All* morninga n d evening), three times; 2 4 i$.f 5, $18 ., .+I> AXAlllihumma inni audhu bika .a@; + &! &I1 +&$! ~, a. > + A
  18. 18. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 20 L& -3 1 cllqLdl ulg?lminash-Skaitlinir-rajim, min hrnzihiwa nafkhihi wa nafhiki ( 0 All&, I 9c$~ " $ a , l ,?., :>>J< ;seek refuge in You from the > ? , :? -3accursed Satan, from his madness,his poetry, and his pride)."(Hasan) (One of the narrators) Amr said:" H a m z u h u is his madness,Nafufkuku is poetry and Naj%huhuis pride."808. It was narrated from Ibn 2 G2 1 2 gk - A+AMasud that the Prophet"Alla^humma inni audhu bika said: , .. 2 l 2 ,:k " :& ,. w L2minash-Shaitiinir-~ajim, hmzihi wa G2- Dl J+wa nafkhihi wa nafUlihi (0All&, Iseek refuge in You from the 2 ; :$f Gl! ; DI : j 6 g $1.,accursed Satan, from his madness, U@3 +j $ 9 3 &I a, ~, $. ! I@his pride, and his poetry)." (Hasan) H e said: " H a m z u k u is h i smadness, Nafafkuhu is poetry, and , -; a; cyJl <$$I ?,,** a :JiNafkkuku is pride." .$1Comments:a. Hamz in Arabic means to put somebody to discomfort by pierdng ones fingers into his body.b. Nafth literally means to emit a puff or breath from the mouth. Here, it applies to obscene songs or erotic and vulgar lines of poetry inspired by Satan.c. Naj%h means to blow fmm the mouth or breathe into something in order to inflate it. In the context o the Hadith it means the feeling of vanity and f pride.Chapter 3. Placing The Right $, . .,. 2 e$ l A! - (I- ) - I . ,Hand On The Left During cry g l m 2 JL&IPrayer 2 : f ?. ,, - y& A.9809. I t w a s n a r r a t e d from .- $ .r! ;Qabiiah bin Hulb that his father 2 y;z + +& 2 ygq f;
  19. 19. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 21 L@ alqLall La! F?!12isaid: "The Prophet @ used to : : , ., Slj :jG Dlead us in prayer, and he would % , ,,~$ ‘3 + , $ - r, y 8take hold of his left hand with his .& 4% L g c12$#gright." (Hasan) p 0L-bComments:a. It shows that the Sunnah in prayer is puMng one hand on the other, not leave them hanging.b. It means putting the right hand on the left, as we shall see under Hadzth 811.c. During Qiyim (standing position) one hand must be upon the other, on the chest, as shall follow in the coming several Ahtdith.810. It was narrated that WgiI G k :G2 &G 6 2 - A *b Hujr said: "I saw the Prophetin@ performing prayer, and he .: .. + 3 Gk3 : C &<q 2 +! - ;took hold of his left hand with his m ,. ,: f k > i ;:I - ;right." (Sahih) 3 %T y & 2 &#G fi2:yt -, & ,,-,-. zc , st I L . V pi I : ~ ~ j j .p*, Y14T:, ,6L;1l3 t ( t A o / ) b L , >IJ c V f (A. :C c L . 2 j i l 4ii7-0~811. It w a s n a r r a t e d t h a t 2 &l;~ 1 &$IS L 2 ~ i~ L - A fAbdull* bim Masud said: "TheProphet #$$ passed by me, and I , E ~l. ,pf : ccr : + G + $I& ,.was putting my left hand on my . ; &right. He took hold of my righthand and put it on my left." @ ., $I -, > :jg?- 2 $1 & 3(Hasan) s g J &! +& &12.,j; . & d l J&$$I++
  20. 20. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 22 l U l g o+ @ l l L ( 9 1 u19TComments:At times it becomes necessary to rectify a mistake then and there.Chapter 4. Starting The 561$ cGl &<- ( i +I)Recitation (lr 2 0812. It was narrated that &shah ; !a L~c: G k : .- $7 . , f @ - A.isaid: "The Messenger of All* g,Abu Bakr, Umar and U W n 2 *I SJ;";. h, ;. .:used to start their recitation with"All the praises and thanks are to 2 &$I &f 2 ., $1:x , &$ ,AlEh, the Lord of all that exists.( A l - h a m d u L i l l t h i Rabbil- @4 - + .c ,4&l&) 41, 4 ~ d + -. $1 j ; sg :tjC; l _I zz~ jlldIAlumin).r"[l] (Sahik) , , , , I :&-La11813. It was narrated that Anasbin mi said: "The Messenger of lkAllih g, Abu Bakr and Umarused to start their recitation withAll the praises and thanks are toAll*, the Lord of all that exists( A l - h a m d u L i l l t h i Rabbil-Alamin)."i21 (Sahih)814. It was narrated from Abu 3 c&&d~3 2 + I - A! f %Hurairah that the Prophet & used jto start his recitation with All the :lJG.I $ 2 ;& 2 3 ,praises and thanks are to All*, h, 3 , , * I :Ah, ~ fikthe Lord of all that exists (AI-
  21. 21. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 23 L J l g 0lgLdl ul*!hamdu Lill2hi ~abbil-~larnin),[~~(Sahih) 4f 2 +I &+I [$I ., c &I y ~, 8; 1 Ll? g $1 5i 2 s &f y 2 -, ~ , :, , a ., $ -, :,,- + 2, > yJ ,, , 44 p . .4&j , p.y~ ~ 1 +i G ~ ~ Q J+ ~ ~ .+ J I I h l + d3 > ! :&+dlJ L i j [ Llb + d ++ ~ ( ~ -l 9 ) - I - : i + :c+ Jt-I Jw815. Ibn AbduUa bin Mughaffalnarrated from his father and hesaid: "I have rarely seen a manfor whom innovation in Islamwas harder to bear than him. Heheard me reciting: In the Nameof All*, the Most Gracious, theMost Merciful Bismillihir-~ahnu^mir-hhirn[~~ he said: 0 andmy son, beware of innovation, forI prayed with the Messenger ofAll& s,and with Abu Bakr, andwith Umar, and with UthrnSn,and I never heard any of themsaying t i .When you (begin to) hsrecite, say: AU the praises andthanks are to AllSh, the Lord ofall that exists. A/-humdu LilllihiRabbil-~lurnin)."s31 (Doif)
  22. 22. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 24 Lg,9 U l g ol+l H 1+191 I 3Chapter 5. Recitation In The $2 $ gg ; l l s q - (0 +)Fajr Prayer (f f & d l ) 91816. It was narrated from Qutbah : .- ? * $! 1 ; G k - A,bin Mglik that he heard theProphet & recite: "And tall date 2 3 5 :-.6 d. , c%-& , ,I 2 I I -+ > +$ 9 ,palms, with ranged in GG2 % 5the Subh (Sahih). ., +& s g + > f$Comments: .% A worshipper can recite any part of the Qurh that he pleases, afterAl-Fttihah in the prayer. The Qurh says: "So recite as much of the Qu<Sn as may be easy (for you)" (Al- Muzzammil 73: 20). The Hadith informs us that the Prophet $ghad recited (Surat Q ? chapter i$ 50) in the Fajr prayer.817. It was narrated that Amr :$+ , g 2 dl 6:k - A Vbin Huraith said: "I performed f :- ~2 ~2:&fprayer with the Prophet j when g c&c & d .,he was reciting in the ~ajk, and it 3 g$ + +, J$ 3is as if I can hear him reciting: So g$ & &verily, I swear by the planets thatrecede. And by the planets that . "I, -$+ a:, , ,, %+ . :JG $$ p ~ t $1 s 4 bI$ $ i ; + ~pmove swiftly and hidethemselves."121 (Sahih) [ T C O :yflll .~4&iI $ I 2@a;818. It was narrated from Abu : ,~ 9 < , , 6 - AA 2.Barzah that the Messenger of rAll21 24% used to recite between &I 3 $3 2 :g crl$lsixtyand one hundred (Verses) in : $$ E b J : I" II 2s ; &f 2 4L&I cFajr prayer. (Sahih) xl 2~ ,s,,*, -3 %i cL& EL
  23. 23. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 25 kj& - 3 1 oi&dl L G ! u l 9 iComments: It was a general trend. It should not be taken to mean that we cahnot lnaease or decrease the number o Verses. As much as one can easily recite f and the worshippers can easily take is alright.819. It was narrated that Abu : &3 $ $; i r C % - AqQatHdah said: "The Messenger ofAUih . used to lead us in h +I> &Z > J+ 21 GI ELprayer, and he would lengthen ~,the first Rakah of the Zuhr and "C1-f LI: $1 . a &2 , 2 + &f ,a, ,,shorten the second Rakhh, and he :% o>b :**: &f 2 23.z $1 6 ~ yj X :iwould do likewise in the Subh."(Sahih) 2 J& c$, .A @ &I 3 ~ : Lit .&I1 2 +2 $1 &$ d>$l $91$1 I , ;, A- t o r :C + , I &I Z 3 ~ I ~ I :j^ali + :G& . 2%~ e . ~ 2 CLgJ 9 ii;i+i 691 S.i= .Js ~ 4 1Comments: The wisdom behind it is that, in the first Raknh, the worshippers are more energetic and receptive. Besides, there are chances for more worshippers to catch up with the fist Raknh and therefore the eniire prayer of the - - conmeKation.820. It w a s n a r r a t e d t h a tAbdullHh bin S2ib said: "TheMessenger of All* @ recited A - l~ u i n i n u n [ " in the Subh prayer,and when he came to the mentionof Eisa, he was overcome with acough so he bowed in Ruku." (Sahih)
  24. 24. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 26 & U l j olqLdl I Ha! u I x 1Comments:a. It shows that reciting the whole Surah (chapter of the QluSn) in prayer is not binding.b. If the Imim encounters a problem during the prayer that renders him unable to continue with the recitation, let him discontinue the recitation and directly go to bowing (Ruku).Chapter 6. The Recitation In 2 $ ,. 2 !I 1 &k - ( 7 ;2 +I)The Fajr Prayer On Fridays WI% 41 (20 -1); . ,821. It was narrated that Ibn :&&gl?%2 , &f 62 - A Y kAbbSs said: "For the Subh prayer :yG&$$ ; 2; & ckon Fridays, the Messenger of ;f-All& @ used to recite A h Liim- p > , > @ ,& d J &Mim. The revelation...[ and ?t3; > .I . Has there not been over f . qr: @ g pman.."[21 (Sahih) <% 2 f$ @ $1 j&; LLj :$6, ;P A V S : ~&I +L- rx 2 +,4 b "L 41 +pi C+ :c+ .. 0 2 3 !Comments: The I& of mosque should make it a point to recite these Surahs in the prayer of Fajr on Fridays. There is no doubt that the prayer will be in order by reciting any other Surah as well, but the Sunnah o the Prophet @ is to f recite these Surahs.822. It was narrated from Musab 6 > L ;I : $ >jf G k - AYYbin Sad that his father said: "Forthe Fajr prayer on Fridays, the 5G +G f : LG A ~ L J I L a , , ~ ~Messenger of All* used to Llj :j ; C ei + 2 2 2recite Alif-LBm-Mim. The , ,
  25. 25. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 27 L@ b i J l g olqLdl L S !revelation...[] and Has there notbeen over man.."[2](Sahih) f% $1 <5G 2 f,: g J; 4 & J $ 3 d$$ 39 :*I .4$$ .A! hC. 5 U I + ~ I J i+ 00 [ w l :~3823. It was narrated from Abu Gk : 2 zy 6 2 -Hurairah that for the Subh prayer ,*, .,,:f.&-!~on Fridays, the Messenger of 2 & 2 &? ; 3 dAll* g, used to recite :~TL,"~I~ gMim. The revelation ... J; $ 51$ ; : dfy ,c>$I@ . er H a s t h e r e n o t been overman...."[41 (Sahih) 3 zf ~ 9 ; 4$$: 2-1$:MI .4$$ : ~ ,r +I ~ 4 ) 41 i& 3 +T, L ?L 4 1 idji;ril -lil :ci; . , A, +I1! +&;P Ah. ,: r4! 2 i,+ "4 c1 - +J , 824. It was n a r r a t e d f r o m ,$f :>& 2 . ~6 ,,ytAbdulm bin Masud that for theSubh prayer on Fridays, theMessenger of All& @ used torecite "Alif-Lim-Mim" Therevelation... "[51 and "Has therenot been over man..."[61 (Hasan) IsMq said: Amr has narrated tous like this from Abdull*, I I v eno doubt about it. AsSajdah 321. Al-Ins& 7 6 1 .1 As-Sajdah 321.314] AI-Ins& 76:l. As-Sqd& 321.I6I Al-In& 7 6 1 .
  26. 26. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 28 &t -3 1 ol&aIl +I9!Chapter 7. T h e Recitation ForThe Zuhr And The Asr825. It was narrated that Qazaahsaid: "I asked Abu Saeed Al-Khudri about the prayer of theMessenger of All& g. He said:There is nothing good in that foryou."11 I said: Explain it, mayAUih have mercy on you. Hesaid: The Iqimah would be givenfor the Zuhr prayer for theMessenger of All* B,then oneof us would go out to Al-Baqi,relieve himself, then come backand perform ablution, and hewould find the Messenger ofAll21 still in the first Rakah ofthe Zuhr." (Sahihl+>L +& z ~ z 4 1 ~ : ~ 41 +;~,I2 " + I c;&~ + - 1 :C-G 2 .% $bComments:a. There is nothing good in it for you means that the purpose of knowledge is to act upon it but you people cannot a d upon it, since you will not perform such lengthy prayers, then what would you gain by asking questions about it?b. If a person does not find it too difficult, the prayer can be lengthened more than usual, otherwise it is allowed to make it shorter.826. It was narrated that Abu :& Gk :- 23 6 2- ~7-iMamar said: "I said to Khabbzb:How did you recognize that the 2 2 ;;G >$, 5 ,y 62 , ,Messenger of All& @ wasreciting in the Zuhr and the Asr? z2; :y@, 3 jg G - $fHe said: From the movement of $1 2 @ $1 2~1% L$ $his beard." (Sahih) .g, ?I&L :j6 7 4 1 ;I1 Meaning, "If you do not act upon it." See explanation by Sindi.
  27. 27. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 29 & U I j I o l e l H(?il +I9!Comments:a. In a prayer of inaudible recitation of the Q u f k the recitation should be such that the lips movement follows the articulation of words recited. Simply reciting the words at the prespeech level will not suffice.b. The worshippers gaze, if it is raised towards the lrnim, will not invalidate his prayer.827. It was narrated that Abu $7 2 :2 . !d - ~ y vHurairah said: "I have never seenanyone whose prayer more :L& 2 A d l :MI $closely resembles that of theMessenger of A CUh than so- 2 stl2 2 $2and-so. He used to lengthen the :JG >: :* 4 5 3 >& ~, # > && ,; afirst two W a h of the Zuhr andshorten the last two Rakah, and 4Gj rs , ~ 7f&I, $7; & 5 .G%he used to shorten the Asr."(Sahih) 9.t: ,, $ 1 I .> - 2 .?< ., : $1CbI$lJ r@ tcbYl -*! [ e l :&&+ O T . : Ci-9 >I 4ii?r94 L t4! ~ U I QL j q n r : c .- . . ArV:. ( j L y 0Comments: Making the Asr prayer shorter than the Zuhr is the Sunnah o the Prophet f @. Even in this, the first two Xakhh should be longer than the last two.828. It was narrated that AbuSaeed Al-Khudri said: "Tnirty ofthe Companions of the Messengerof All& @ who had been at Badrcame together and said: Come,let us estimate the length of therecitation of the Messenger ofAll& g for the prayer in whichQdk not recited out aloud. isNo t w o m e n a m o n g t h e mdisagreed, and they estimated thelength of his recitation in the firstRakah of the Zuhr to be thirtyVerses and in the second R a m tobe half of that. They estimated hisrecitation in Asr to be half of thelast two Rakhh of Zuhr." (Daifi
  28. 28. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 30 I & -19 o l e 1 ZoS! 11 ,9JL;u ~ q p &I n q r n ~ : ~ r ~ -I [ + L OAL~I :G+$4c b . y ! ~ 1 cL>Comments 3 kS Jy . = .G *. 4jl foT:c +I 3 &.AJ ++dl fr:& The Hadith as such is Weak, yet the rule mentioned in it is correct. It is reported from Abu Sdeed Al-Khudri ;bs that "the Prophet ig6 used to recite about thirty Verses in every Rakah o the first two Rakah of the Zuhr f prayer, and about f f e n Verses (or: half o the first Rakah) in the last two ite f (Rayah); and about fifteen Verses in e v e Rakah of the Asr prayer in the first two Rakah, and half of the first ones in the last two Rakuh." (Sahih Muslim:15n.Chapter 8. OccasionallyReciting A Verse Aloud For &>h ,, A1 Aq - (A +I)Zuhr And Asr Prayers ( i v i i ~; ~ &I pl.2 & I ) 2829. It w a s n a r r a t e d f r o m :A121 2 5 I& - A Y ?Abdullt& bin Abu QaGdah that ; ; 2 GS 62 -his father said: "The Messenger ofAll& used to recite when 3 g <,.,-G .+* e ~, - 2 1 ~ 2 !leading u in the first two Rakah of 6;G @f .+ $1 @ sthe zuhr prayer, and sometimes he Sg :j k 4.fwould recite such that we could d3$l ~ 3 ,f$ +! A+;hear the Verse." (Sahih) - , tGf +- 2 &I<%>Comments:a. There is no b m in reciting aloud a Verse or a word of the Win in the otherwise inaudible prayer.b. It could be that by reciting a part of the Qurin in this manner the kophet (s) wanted to convey the message to the Companions that wen in the prayer of inaudible recitation, any part of the Qurh can be recited after Al-Fitihah. And All& knows best.830. It was narrated that Bar2 $ G k zr$I. 2 62 - AY+bin L i b said: "The Messenger ofZuhr, and we would hear him ilj :j k y>G 2 ?I$ 2 &2~reciting a Verse after the Verses
  29. 29. The Chapters Of Establishing .. . 31 Q& U l g o l q L d l A S "191 oIfrom Surat LuqmAn (31) and Adh-Dhiriytt (51)." (Daifl 5d y j j i,@l LYI .i,~JIJl;Chapter 9. The Recitation ForThe Maghrib Prayer $2 2 g~l$l +& - (9 +I) -(f* & d l ) "$5 ,,831. It was narrated that Ibn ;& > LG 1 d* f$ , @ r ? ; , L ~k- A,",Abbis said, narrating from hismother (one of the narrators) % ; fik :vt c 2 %I $ ~Abu Bakr bin Abu Shaibah said: $ $1 g 2 4 @ 2 &gJl2 1 -, ,"(She was) Lubibah" that sheheard the Messenger of AlEh &f ? , & $ &f 3 &G, , ~ Jt , - , $1reciting By the winds sent forth $1 24; + $1 $$ :2 : + -one after another..."" in theMnghrib. (Sahih) .L? +$ %4 ,, 2 f @g+, i f f 7 9 V : I I I I 1 . + 6 fl ,p aj ijb ; p L7T:c eljbl$l -4 ;&+dl , f l ~ AYY : u a C-. l832. It was narrated f r o m @f - ,aMuhammad bin Jubair bin~ ~ tthat his father said: ,,I * i ~ $ + G 3 +31 9 G L ~heardthekophetgreatingAt- : ~ t % f ; $3Tur (52) in the Maghrib." In a .,different narration, Jubair said:"And when I heard him recite:.were they created by nothing? a :+@I . . $ . 12 2 , .,I st JOr were they themselves the s>creators? up to: Then let their > + +=@* :A$ JL& 43 ;listener produce some manifest -proof/21 it was as if my heartwere about to take flight." (Sahih) [nro : J ~ l.% . ;IS l , 2 4&[" AI-Mursallit ( 7 7)I[ At-Tur 52:35-38.
  30. 30. The Chapters Of Establishing ... 32 - 19 olWI L U ! u 2 1i IComments:a. Jubair bin Mutim 4s was on the side of the idolaters in the baffle of Badr and was taken prisoner along with other infidels by the Muslims. It was during this period in Al-Madinah that he heard the Prophet recite the Qur.211 in the prayer of Maghrib.b. "It was as if my heart were about to take flight." In simple words it means that the words of the QurSn made such a powerful impact on my heart that I felt an uncontrollable urge to accept Islam833. It was narrated that Ibn &k ! :J$ % &f % 6 2 - AYYUma said: "The Prophet @ used,to reate in the Nlnahrib: Sav: 0 5 6 2 :+g 4 : 2I ; ,: g ; ,f - : *, :JG > ,you di~believers![~~~and He 3a;: @ P $I .is All&, (the) One." I (Daif) $+; 4< &d , gf$ $9 :?$IChapter 10. The Recitation p & 2 ?;lAl i - 0 +I)For The Ishd Prayer (2 f U I ) $Lql834. It was narrated hom Bar2 @r : ul F. ,I, 2 6k - AYtbin L i b that he performed the , aIshi, the later, with the Prophet , :g. Ied: "I heard him mitin He $ 2 2 I%? : GJj ; I $1 , AG ,By the fig, and the olive. .,f !!3:(Sahih) + 2 g s 2 :?I; + $ + . f" Al-Kiflmn(112).12Al-lkhlri. (109).[31At-Tin (95).

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