Laila Nasheeba


Sahih Muslim – Issues Related to the Night Prayer

Posted in islam by lailanasheeba on October 21, 2019

Anas reported that the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) entered the mosque (and he found) a rope tied between the two pillars; so he said: What is this? They said: It is for Zainab. She prays and when she slackens or feels tired she holds it. Upon this he (the Holy Prophet) said: Untie it. Let one pray as long as one feels fresh but when one slackens or becomes tired one must stop it. (And in the hadith transmitted by Zuhair it is: “He should sit down.”)

Sahih Muslim – The Sunnah Prayers – Night Prayer – Witr

Posted in islam by lailanasheeba on October 20, 2019

Abdullah b. Shaqiq said: I asked ‘A’isha about the Messenger of Allah’s (may peace be upon him) voluntary prayers, and she replied : Before the noon prayer, he used to pray four rak’abs in my house; then would go out and lead the people in prayer ; then come in and pray two rak’ahs. He would then lead the people in the sunset prayer; then come in and pray two rak’abs. Then he would lead the people in the ‘Isha’ prayer, and enter my house and pray two rak’ahs. He would pray nine rak’ahs during the night, including Witr. At night he would pray for a long time standing and for a long time sitting, and when he recited the Holy Qur’an while standing, he would bow and prostrate himself from the standing position, and when he recited while sitting, he would bow and prostrate himself from the sitting position, and when it was dawn he would pray two rak’ahs.

Sahih Muslim – The Two Rakats for Mosque – What is said when Entering and Leaving Mosque

Posted in islam by lailanasheeba on October 19, 2019

Abu Huraira reported the Apostle of Allah (may peace be upon him) as saying: When the prayer commences then there is no prayer (valid), but the obligatory prayer. Sahih Muslim – The Two Rakats for Mosque – What is said when Entering and Leaving MosqueThis hadith has been narrated by Warqa’ with the same chain of transmitters.

Sahih Muslim – Combining and Shortening the Prayer

Posted in islam by lailanasheeba on October 17, 2019

Ibn ‘Abbas reported: The Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) observed the noon and afternoon prayers together in Medina without being in a state of fear or in a state of journey. (Abu Zubair said: I asked Sa’id [one of the narrators] why he did that. He said: I asked Ibn ‘Abbas as you have asked me, and he replied that he [the Holy Prophet] wanted that no one among his Ummah should be put to [unnecessary] hardship.)

Sahih Muslim – Nafl Prayer in Congregation and What Constitutes Imam

Posted in islam by lailanasheeba on October 16, 2019

Abu Mas’ud al-Ansari reported Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: The one who is most versed in Allah’s Book should act as Imam for the people, but If they are equally versed in reciting it, then the one who has most knowledge regarding Sunnah if they are equal regarding the Sunnah, then the earliest one to emigrate; it they emigrated at the same time, then the earliest one to embrace Islam. No man must lead another in prayer where (the latter) has authority, or sit in his place of honour in his house, without his permission. Ashajj in his narration used the word , “age” in place of “Islam”.

Sahih Muslim – Congregational Prayer and Virtues of Fajr and Isha

Posted in islam by lailanasheeba on October 15, 2019

Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: The most burdensome prayers for the hypocrites are the night prayer and the morning prayer. If they were to know the blessings they have in store, they would have come to them, even though crawling, and I thought that I should order the prayer to be commenced and command a person to lead people in prayer, and I should then go along with some persons having a fagot of fuel with them to the people who have not attended the prayer (in congregation) and would burn their houses with fire.

Sahih Muslim – Isha does not end at Midnight!

Posted in islam by lailanasheeba on October 14, 2019

Abu Qatadah reported that the Messenger of Allah, upon whom be peace, said, “There is no negligence in sleeping, but the negligence lies in not praying a prayer until the time of the next prayer has come.” (Related by Muslim.)

Sahih Muslim – The Times of the Prayer

Posted in islam by lailanasheeba on October 11, 2019

Abdullah ibn ‘Amr reported that the Messenger of Allah, upon whom be peace, said, “The time of the noon prayer is when the sun passes the meridian and a man’s shadow is the same length as his height. It lasts until the time of the afternoon prayer. The time of the afternoon prayer is until the yellowing of the sun (during its setting). The time of the evening prayer is as long as twilight. The time of the night prayer is to the middle of a night of medium duration. And the time of the morning prayer is from the appearance of the dawn until the time of sunrise. When the sun rises, abstain from praying, as it rises between the horns of Satan.” (Related by Muslim. )

Sahih Muslim – The Taslim and what is said afterwards

Posted in islam by lailanasheeba on October 9, 2019

Abu Huraira reported that Allah’s Messenger (may peace be upon him) used to observe, silence for a short while between the takbir (at the time of opening the prayer) and the recitation of the Qur’an. I said to him: Messenger of Allah, for whom I would give my father and mother in ransom, what do you recite during your period of silence between the takbir and the recitation? He said: I say (these words): “ O Allah , remove my sins from me as Thou hast removed the East from the West. O Allah purify me from sins as a white garment is purified from filth. O Allah !wash away my sins with water, snow and hall.”

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Sahih Muslim – Sitting and the Raising of the Finger

Posted in islam by lailanasheeba on October 9, 2019

Hadiths addressing as to whether the raising and movement of the finger while sitting is a sunnah or obligation

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