Sayings of the Messenger احادیثِ رسول اللہ

 
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Book: Chapters on Travelling (6)    أبواب السفر

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Chapter No: 39

Ibn Umar (RA) said: "I traveled with the Prophet ﷺ, Abu Bakr (RA), Umar (RA), and Uthman (RA); they used to offer two Rak'ah of Zuhr and two Rak'ah of Asr, they would not offer Salah before them or after them." And Abdullah bin Umar (RA) said: "If I would offer Salah before it or after it then I would make it complete."


Ibn Umar (RA) said: "I traveled with the Prophet ﷺ, Abu Bakr (RA), Umar (RA), and Uthman (RA); they used to offer two Rak'ah of Zuhr and two Rak'ah of Asr, they would not offer Salah before them or after them." And Abdullah bin Umar (RA) said: "If I would offer Salah before it or after it then I would make it complete."


Anas bin Malik (RA) said: "We offered four Rak’ah of Zuhr with the Prophet ﷺ in Al-Madinah, and two Rak'ah of Asr (upon reaching) in Dhil-Hulaifah."


Narrated from Ibn Abbas (RA) that the Prophet ﷺ went from Al-Madinah to Makkah, not fearing anyone except Allah the Lord of the worlds, and he offered two Rak’ah.

Chapter No: 40

Yahya bin Abi Ishaq Al-Hadrami reported that Anas bin Malik (RA) said: “We went with the Apostle of Allah ﷺ from Al-Madinah to Makkah, and he offered two Rak’ah.” He (narrator) said: “I said to Anas: ‘For how long the Messenger of Allah ﷺ stayed in Makkah?’ He said: ‘Ten (days).’”


Narrated from Ibn Abbas (RA) that the Allah’s Apostle ﷺ went on a journey and he offered two Rak’ah for nineteen days. Ibn Abbas said: “So, we offered two Rak’ah at each prayer for nineteen days, but if we stay for more than that we offered four Rak’ah.”

Chapter No: 41

Al-Bara bin Azib (RA) said: "I was present with the Apostle of Allah ﷺ on eighteen journeys, and I never saw him leaving the two Rak'ah when the sun waned before Zuhr."


Ibn Umar (RA) said: “On a journey I offered two Rak’ah of Zuhr and two Rak’ah after it with the Prophet ﷺ.”


Ibn Umar (RA) said: "I offered Salah with the Prophet ﷺ both, at home and during journey. So I offered four for Zuhr with him as a resident, and two Rak'ah after it. I offered two Rak'ah for Zuhr with him while traveling and two Rak'ah after it, and two Rak'ah for Asr, and he did not offer any Salah after it. And Maghrib is the same at home and in journey i.e. three Rak'ah, it is not decreased at home or in a journey. It is Witr of the day, and after it are two Rak'ah."

Chapter No: 42

Narrated from Mu’adh bin Jabal (RA) that during the (journey for) Battle of Tabuk, if the Prophet ﷺ advanced before the sun’s decline he would postpone Zuhr in order to combine it together with Asr. If he advanced after the sun’s decline, he would bring forward Asr to Zuhr, and offer Zuhr and Asr together, and then he marched. If he advanced before Maghrib he would postpone Maghrib until he offered it with Isha, and if he advanced after Maghrib he would bring forward Isha so that he would offer it along with Maghrib.


This hadith is also reported by Ali bin Al-Madini who reported from Ahmad bin Hanbal who from Qutaibah.


Nafay narrated from Ibn Umar (RA) that he was asked for an urgent help by some of his kinsman, so he hurried en route and delayed Maghrib until the twilight disappeared, then he dismounted to combine them (the prayers). Then he informed them that the Allah Apostle ﷺ used to do that when he had to hurry on a trip.

Chapter No: 43

Abbad bin Tamim narrated from his uncle that the Allah’s Apostle ﷺ came out with the people to pray for rain. So he led them in Salah for two Rak’ah, reciting aloud in them, turning around his upper wrap, raised his hands, and supplicated for rain facing the Qiblah.”


Umair, the freed slave of Abi Al-Lahm (RA) narrated from Abi Al-Lahm (RA) that he saw the Allah’s Apostle ﷺ at Ahjar Az-Zait, supplicating for rain, and he was raising his hands in supplication.


Ibn Abdullah bin Kinanah narrated from his father who said: “Al-Walid bin Uqbah, the governor of Al-Madinah, sent me to ask Ibn Abbas (RA) regarding the (Salah of) Al-Istisqa of Allah’s Apostle ﷺ. So I came to him and he said: ‘Allah’s Apostle ﷺ used to go out in modest dress (without adornment), humbly, imploring, till he arrived at the place of Salah. He did not deliver a sermon like your sermons, rather, he would remain supplicating and imploring calling the Takbeer, and he offered two Rak’ah, just as he would offer for the Eid.’”


Hisham bin Ishaq bin Abdullah bin Kinanah narrated from his father, and he mentioned a similar narration and added: "in a fearful manner" to it.

Chapter No: 44

Narrated from Ibn Abbas (RA) that the Prophet ﷺ offered Salah during the eclipse. He recited, then made Ruku, then recited, then made Ruku, then recited, then made Ruku (thrice), then he offered two prostrations, and the next one (Rak’ah) was the same.


Narrated from Aishah (RA) that the sun was eclipsed during the time of the Messenger of Allah ﷺ, so Allah’s Apostle ﷺ led the people in Salah. He prolonged the recitation, then he made Ruku and made it a lengthy Ruku, then he raised his head and recited a lengthy recitation that was less than the first. Then he made a lengthy ruku that was less than the first. Then he raised his head and prostrated. Then he did (similar to) that in the second Rak’ah.

Chapter No: 45

Samurah bin Jundub (RA) said: “The Prophet ﷺ led us in the Salah during an eclipse; we did not hear his voice.”


Narrated from Aishah (RA) that the Prophet ﷺ offered the Salah for the eclipse; and he made a loud recital in it.

Chapter No: 46

Salim narrated from his father that the Prophet ﷺ offered Salah of fear (Al-Khawf). He offered one Rak’ah with one of the two groups (of believers), while the other group was facing the enemy. (After the first group finished the first Rak’ah with him) Then they turned back and took position (of the second group, facing the enemy). Then the second group came and he led them in another Rak’ah, then he said the Tasleem to them, so the group stood up and completed their (second) Rak’ah. Thereafter, the first group stood up and completed their (second) Rak’ah.


Sahl bin Abi Hathmah said concerning Salah of fear (Al-Khawf) that the Imam should stand facing the Qiblah and a group of them will stand with him, while other group is contending the enemy, such that they are facing the enemy. He (Imam) will lead them in one Rak’ah, and they will offer the second Rak'ah by themselves, and they will make two prostrations in their places. Then they will go to take the position of those (remaining group) and the others will come (for Salah). He (the Imam) will offer one Rak’ah with them and make two prostrations with them. This will complete two for him and one for them, then they offer one Rak'ah and two prostrations.


Abu Eisa said: Muhammad bin Bash-har said: “I asked Yahya bin Sa’eed (narrators in no. 565) about this Hadith. So he narrated it to me from Shu’bah, from Abdur-Rahman bin Al-Qasim, from his father, from Salih bin Khawwat, from Sahl bin Abi Hathmah, from the Prophet – the same as the Hadith of Yahya bin Sa’eed Al-Ansari. And he (Yahya) said to me: “Write it next to it. He did not memorize the Hadith better though, rather it is the same Hadith as that of Yahya bin Sa’eed Al-Ansari’” (a Hadith similar to no. 565, with a different chain of narrators)


It was reported by Malik from Yazid bin Ruman from Salih bin Khawwat, from someone who offered Salah of fear (Al-Khawf) with the Prophet ﷺ, and he mentioned a similar narration.

Chapter No: 47

Abu Ad-Darda (RA) said: “I made eleven prostrations (of recitation) with the Apostle of Allah ﷺ, one of them was that which is in Surat An-Najm.”


(Another chain in which) Abu Ad-Darda (RA) said: “I performed eleven prostrations with the Apostle of Allah, among them was that which is in Surat An-Najm.”

Chapter No: 48

Narrated from Mujahid who said: “We were with Ibn Umar (RA), and he said that Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said: “Allow the women to go to the Masajid at night.” His (Ibn Umar’s) son said: ‘By Allah! We would not allow them because they will make it a means of corruption.’ So, he (Abdullah) responded: ‘May Allah do such and such with you.’ I say: “Allah’s Apostle ﷺ said,” and you say: “We do not allow them?”

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