That is, he would have declared it obligatory, if not his fear that it would be burdensome to them. Nawawi has said that Miswak is desirable at all times of the day, but at five times the more so. Those five times being,. Imam Abu Hanifah has said that it is the Sunnah of this religion: that is, something special to Islam. I found him with miswak in his mouth and its tip on his tongue. Respond when he calls: to meals with him or join company on other occasions, or to help him out in one of his affairs, or for consultation: Au.
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Wildcards e. Fuzzy Search e. Term Boosting e. Here, the word pledge will have higher weight than hijrah Boolean Operators e. Abu al-Tayyah reported on the authority of a shaykh an old man : When Abdullah ibn Abbas came to Basrah, people narrated to him traditions from AbuMusa. Therefore Ibn Abbas wrote to him asking him about certain things. He wanted to urinate. Then he came to a soft ground at the foot of a wall and urinated.
He the Prophet then said: If any of you wants to urinate, he should look for a place like this for his urination. So when anyone amongst you goes there, he should say: "I seek refuge in Allah from male and female devils. It was said to Salman: Your Prophet teaches you everything, even about excrement.
He replied: Yes. He has forbidden us to face the qiblah at the time of easing or urinating, and cleansing with right hand, and cleansing with less than three stones, or cleansing with dung or bone.
Marwan al-Asfar said: I saw Ibn Umar make his camel kneel down facing the qiblah, then he sat down urinating in its direction. So I said: AbuAbdurRahman, has this not been forbidden? He replied: Why not, that was forbidden only in open country; but when there is something between you and the qiblah that conceals you , then there is no harm.
Then I saw him facing it qiblah urinating or easing himself one year before his death. Harb on the authority of al-A'mash from Anas b. This chain of narrators is weak because A'mash's hearing tradition from Anas b. Malik is not established. A man passed by the Prophet sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam while he was urinating, and saluted him. The Prophet sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam did not return the salutation to him. Abu Dawud said : It is narrated on the authority of Ibn 'Umar that the Prophet sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam performed tayammum, then he returned the salutation to the man.
He saluted him. He then apologised to him, saying: I disliked remembering Allah except in the state of purification. Abu Dawud said: This is a munkar tradition, i. Then he cast it off. The misunderstanding is on the part of Hammam who is the narrator of the previous tradition mentioned in the text. This is transmitted only by Hammam.
The Prophet sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam passed by two graves. He said : Both the dead are being punished, but they are not being punished for a major sin.
One did not safeguard himself from urine. The other carried tales. He then called for a fresh twig and split it into two parts and planted one part on each grave and said: Perhaps their punishment may be mitigated as long as the twigs remain fresh. Another version of Hannad has: "One of them did not cover himself while urinating.
He came out with a leather shield in his hand. He covered himself with it and urinated. Then we said: Look at him. He is urinating as a woman does. When urine fell on them, they would cut off the place where the urine fell; but he that person forbade them to do so , and was punished in his grave.
Another version of Abu Musa goes: "he cut off part of his body. He then asked for water and wiped his shoes. Abu Dawud said: Musaddad, a narrator, reported: I went far away from him. He then called me and I reached just near his heals.
Qatadah a narrator was asked about the reason for the disapproval of urinating in a hole. He replied: It is said that these holes are the habitats of the jinn. If he does so, he has done well; but if not, there is no harm. If anyone cleanses himself with pebbles, he should use an odd number. If anyone eats, he should throw away what he removes with a toothpick and swallow what sticks to his tongue.
If he does so, he has done well; if not, there is no harm. If anyone goes to relieve himself, he should conceal himself, and if all he can do is to collect a heap of send, he should sit with his back to it, for the devil makes sport with the posteriors of the children of Adam.
Shayban al-Qatbani reported that Maslamah ibn Mukhallad made Ruwayfi' ibn Thabit the governor of the lower parts of Egypt. Further, one of us received an arrowhead and a feather, and the other an arrow-shaft as a share from the booty.
He narrated this tradition at the time when he besieged the fort at the gate of Alyun. Abu Dawud said: The fort of Alyun lies at the mountain in Fustat. Abu Dawud said: The kunyah surname of Shaiban b.
Umayyah is Abu Hudhaifah. He said: One should cleanse oneself with three stones which should be free from dung. He said: What is this, Umar? He replied: Water for you to perform ablution with. He said: I have not been commanded to perform ablution every time I urinate. If I were to do so, it would become a sunnah. He AbuHurayrah said: They used to cleanse themselves with water after easing.
So the verse was revealed in connection with them. When the Prophet sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam went to the privy, I took to him water in a small vessel or a skin, and he cleansed himself. He then wiped his hand on the ground. I then took to him another vessel and he performed ablution. AbuSalamah said: Zayd ibn Khalid used to attend the prayers in the mosque with his tooth-stick on his ear where a clerk carries a pen, and whenever he got up for prayer he used it. Muhammad ibn Yahya ibn Habban asked Abdullah ibn Abdullah ibn Umar about the reason for Ibn Umar's performing ablution for every prayer, whether he was with or without ablution.
When it became a burden for him, he was ordered to use tooth-stick for every prayer. As Ibn Umar thought that he had the strength to perform the ablution for every prayer , he did not give up performing ablution for every prayer.
Abu Dawud said: Ibrahim b. Sa'd narrated this tradition on the authority of Muhammad b. Ishaq, and there he mentions the name of 'Ubaid Allah b. On the authority of his father Abu Musa al-Ash'ari , reported according to the version of Musaddad : We came to the Apostle of Allaah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam to provide us with a mount, and found him using the tooth-stick, its one end being at his tongue i.
According to the version of Sulaiman it goes : I entered upon the Prophet sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam who was using the tooth-stick, and had it placed at one side of his tongue, producing a gurgling sound. A revelation came to him about the merit of using the tooth-stick. He was asked to show proper respect and give it to the elder of the two. The narrator said: I have forgotten the tenth, but it may have been rinsing the mouth.
The Apostle of Allaah sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam said : The rinsing of mouth and snuffing up water in the nose are acts that bear the characteristics of fitrah nature. He then narrated a similar tradition as reported by Aishah , but he did not mention the words "letting the beard grow". He added the words "circumcision" and "sprinkling water on the private part of the body".
He did not mention the words "cleansing oneself after easing". Abu Dawud said : A similar tradition has been reported on the authority of Ibn 'Abbas. He mentioned only five sunnahs all relating to the head, one of them being parting of the hair; it did not include wearing the beard. Abu Dawud said: The tradition as reported by Hammad has also been transmitted by Talq b.
Habib , Mujahid, and Bakr b. They did not mention the words "letting the beard grow". The version transmitted by Muhammad b. Abd Allaah b. A similar tradition has been reported by Ibrahim al-Nakha'i. He mentioned the words "wearing the beard and circumcision. When he got up during the night for prayer , he relieved himself, then he used the tooth-stick. I spent a night with the Prophet sal Allaahu alayhi wa sallam. When he woke up from his sleep in the latter part of the night for prayer he came to his ablution water.
He took the tooth-stick and used it. He then recited the verse: "Verily in the creation of the heavens and the earth and the alternation of the night and the day are tokens of His Sovereignty for men of understanding" iii He recited these verses up to the end of the chapter or he finished the whole chapter.
He then performed ablution and came to the place of prayer.
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