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Found In: Sunan Ibn Majah Chapter No: 7, The Chapters of Establishing the Prayer and the Sunnah Regarding Them
Hadith no: 1251
Narrated: Amr bin Abasah
"I came to the Messenger of Allah (saw) and said: ‘Is there any time that is more beloved to Allah than another?’ He said: ‘Yes, the middle of the Night, so pray as much as you want until dawn comes. Then refrain from praying until the sun has risen, and as long as it looks like a shield until it becomes apparent. Then pray as much as you want until a pole stands on its shadow (i.e., noon), then refrain from praying until it has crossed the zenith, for Hell is heated up at midday. Then pray as much as you want until you pray ‘Asr, then refrain from praying until the sun has set, for it sets between the two horns of Satan and it rises between the two horns of Satan.’" Hasan
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Found In: Sahih Bukhari Chapter No: 27, Minor Pilgrimage (Umra)
Hadith no: 11
Narrated: Aisha
We set out along with Allah's Apostle shortly before the appearance of the new moon (crescent) of the month of Dhi-l-Hijja and he said to us, "Whoever wants to assume Ihram for Hajj may do so; and whoever wants to assume Ihram for 'Umra may do so. Hadn't I brought the Hadi (animal for sacrificing) (with me), I would have assumed Ihram for Umra." ('Aisha added,): So some of us assumed Ihram for Umra while the others for Hajj. I was amongst those who assumed Ihram for Umra. The day of Arafat approached and I was still menstruating. I complained to the Prophet (about that) and he said, "Abandon your Umra, undo and comb your hair, and assume Ihram for Hajj;." When it was the Night of Hasba, he sent Abdur Rahman with me to At-Tanim and I assumed Ihram for 'Umra (and performed it) in lieu of my missed Umra.
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Found In: Sunan Ibn Majah Chapter No: 7, The Chapters of Establishing the Prayer and the Sunnah Regarding Them
Hadith no: 986
Narrated: Jabir
"Mu’adh bin Jabal Al-Ansari led his companions in the Isha prayer and he made it long. A man among us went away and prayed by himself. Mu’adh was told about that and he said: ‘He is a hypocrite.’ When the man heard about that, he went to the Messenger of Allah (saw) and told him what Mu’adh had said to him. The Prophet (saw) said: ‘Do you want to be a cause of Fitnah (trial, tribulation), O Mu’adh? When you lead the people in prayer, recite "By the sun and its brightness,"[Ash-Shams 91] and "Glorify the Name of your Lord the Most High," [Al-A’la 87] and "By the Night as it envelopes," [Al-Lail 92] and "Recite in the Name of your Lord.’"[Al-‘Alaq] Daif
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Found In: Sunan Ibn Majah Chapter No: 7, The Chapters of Establishing the Prayer and the Sunnah Regarding Them
Hadith no: 1053
Narrated: Ibn Abbas
"I was with the Prophet (saw), and a man came to him and said: ‘Last Night while I was sleeping, I saw that I was praying towards the base of a tree. I recited (an Ayah of) prostration and prostrated, and the tree prostrated when I did, and I heard it saying: Allahummah-tut anni biha wizran, waktub li biha ajran, waj’al-ha li ‘indaka dhukhran (O Allah, reduce my burden of sin thereby, reward me for it and store it for me with You).’ Ibn Abbas said: "I saw the Prophet (saw) recite (an Ayah of) prostration and then prostrate, and I heard him saying in his prostration something like that which the man had told him the tree said." Daif
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Found In: Sunan Ibn Majah Chapter No: 11, The Chapters on Marriage
Hadith no: 1962
Narrated: Rabi bin Sabrah
that his father said "We went out with the Messenger of Allah (saw) on the Farewell pilgrimage, and they said : 'O Messenger of Allah (saw), celibacy has become too difficult for us'. He said : 'Then make temporary marriages with these women'. So we went to them, but they insisted on setting a fixed time between us and them. They mentioned that to the Prophet (saw) and he said : 'Set a fixed time between you and them.' So I went out with a cousin of mine. He had a cloak and I had a cloak, but his cloak was finer than mine, and I was younger than him. We came to a women and she said: 'One cloak is like another.' So I married her and stayed with her that Night. Then the next day I saw the Messenger of Allah (saw) standing between the Rukn (corner) and the door (of the Ka'bah), saying : 'O people, I had permitted temporary marriage for you, but Allah has forbidden it until the Day of Resurrection. however had any temporary wives, he should let them go, and do not take back anything that you had given to them.' "
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Found In: Sunan An-Nasai Chapter No: 6, The Book of the Times (of Prayer)
Hadith no: 505
Narrated: Jabir
A man asked the Messenger of Allah (saw) about the times of prayer. He said: ‘Pray with me.’ So he prayed Zuhr when the sun had passed its zenith, Asr when the shadow of a thing was equal to its height, Maghrib when the sun had set and ‘Isha’ when the twilight had disappeared.” He said: “Then he prayed Zuhr when the shadow of a man was equal in length to his height, Asr when the length of a man’s shadow was twice his height, and Maghrib just before the twilight disappeared.” (One of the narrators) Abdullah bin Al-Harith said: “Then he said: ‘With regard to ‘Isha’ I think it is up to one-third of the Night.’”* (Hasan) *The speaker there is Thawr, who narrated it from Ata’ from Jabir.
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Found In: Sahih Bukhari Chapter No: 8, Prayers (Salat)
Hadith no: 357
Narrated: Said bin Al-Harith
I asked Jabir bin 'Abdullah about praying in a single garment. He said, "I travelled with the Prophet during some of his journeys, and I came to him at Night for some purpose and I found him praying. At that time, I was wearing a single garment with which I covered my shoulders and prayed by his side. When he finished the prayer, he asked, 'O Jabir! What has brought you here?' I told him what I wanted. When I finished, he asked, 'O Jabir! What is this garment which I have seen and with which you covered your shoulders?' I replied, 'It is a (tight) garment.' He said, 'If the garment is large enough, wrap it round the body (covering the shoulders) and if it is tight (too short) then use it as an Izar (tie it around your waist only.)' "
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Found In: Shamaail Tirmidhi - The Virtues and Noble Character of The Prophet Muhammad (SAW) Chapter No: 1, The Noble Features of Rasulullah (SAW)
Hadith no: 1
Narrated: Anas
"Rasulullah (Peace and Blessings be upon him) was neither tall nor was he short (like a dwarf - He was of medium stature). In complexion, he was neither very white like lime, nor very dark, nor brown which results in darkness (he was illuminant, more luminous than even the full-moon on the 14th Night). The hair of Rasullullah (Peace and Blessings be upon him) was neither very straight nor very curly (but slightly wavy). When he attained the age of forty, Allah the Almighty granted him nubuwwah (prophethood).He lived for ten years in Makkah (commentary) and in Madina for ten years. At that time there were not more than twenty white hair on his mubarak (blessed) head and beard." (This will be described in detail in the chapter on white hair of Rasulullah (Peace and Blessings be upon him).
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Found In: Sunan Abu Dawood Chapter No: 2, Prayer (Kitab Al-Salat)
Hadith no: 591
Narrated: Umm Waraqah bint Nawfal
When the Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) proceeded for the Battle of Badr, I said to him: Apostle of Allah allow me to accompany you in the battle. I shall act as a nurse for patients. It is possible that Allah might bestow martyrdom upon me. He said: Stay at your home. Allah, the Almighty , will bestow martyrdom upon you. The narrator said: Hence she was called martyr. She read the Qur'an. She sought permission from the Prophet (peace_be_upon_him) to have a mu'adhdhin in her house. He, therefore, permitted her (to do so). She announced that her slave and slave-girl would be free after her death. One Night they went to her and strangled her with a sheet of cloth until she died, and they ran away. Next day Umar announced among the people, "Anyone who has knowledge about them, or has seen them, should bring them (to him)." Umar (after their arrest) ordered (to crucify them) and they were crucified. This was the first crucifixion at Medina.
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Found In: Sunan An-Nasai Chapter No: 1, The Book of Purification
Hadith no: 315
Narrated: Ammar
“The Messenger of Allah (saw) stopped to rest at the end of the Night in Uwlat Al-Jaish. His wife Aisha was with him and her necklace of Zifar beads* broke and fell. The army was detained looking for that necklace of hers until the break of the light of dawn and the people had no water with them. Abu Bakr got angry with her and said: ‘You have detained the people and they do not have any water.’ Then Allah the Mighty and Sublime revealed the concession allowing Tayammum with clean earth. So the Muslims got up with the Messenger of Allah (saw) and struck the earth with their hands and did not strike them together to knock off any of the dust, then they wiped their faces and arms up to the shoulders, and from the inner side of their arms up to the armpits.” (Sahih) *Black and white Yemeni beads.
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