Abu Dawud said: The name of Abu Khalid al-Walibi is Hurmuz. He who does not do so does not offer a perfect prayer. The narrator narrated the tradition to the same effect till the end. Hadith No. This amount of prayer of the Messenger of Allah () continued till he put a weight. 6183 in Sahih al-Jami.). This has also been narrated by Rawh b. al-Musayyab, and Ja'far b. Sulaiman from 'Amr b. Malik al-Nakri from Abu al-Jauza' from Ibn 'Abbas as his own statement (and not the statement of the Prophet). The above tradition has also been transmitted by Husain through a different chain of narrators in like manner. He prayed thirteen rak'ahs including two rak'ahs of the dawn prayer. I said: Why not ? He (the Prophet) said to Umar: I passed by you when you were praying in a loud voice. Boolean Operators e.g. AbulJawza' said: A man who attended the company of the Prophet () narrated to me (it is thought that he was Abdullah ibn Amr): The Prophet () said to me: Come to me tomorrow; I shall give you something, I shall give you something, I shall reward you something, I shall donate something to you. I said: Mother of faithful, tell me about the character of the Messenger of Allah (). Then he began to pray eleven rak'ahs and left two rak'ahs. He would observe witr and five rak'ahs. The Messenger of Allah () as saying: Our Lord who is blessed and exalted descends every night to the lowest heaven when the last one-third of the night remains, and says: Who supplicated Me so that I may answer him ? The Prophet () said: If a man awakens his wife at night, and then both pray or both offer two rak'ahs together, the (name of the )man will be recorded among those who mention the name of Allah, and the (name of the) woman will be recorded among those who mention the name of Allah.
The Messenger of Allah () did not yet come out.
Ibn Ma'na added in his version: "They (the people) said: Messenger of Allah, how is that one of us fulfills his desire and still there are alms for him (i.e. He asked: Did the boy pray ? I then asked: Did the Messenger of Allah () recite the surahs combining each other? He then stood up and prayed one rak'ah observing witr with it. The Messenger of Allah () used to pray ten rak'ahs during the night, and would observe the witr with one rak'ah, he then prayed two rak'ahs of the dawn prayer. This version adds: Abu Dawud said: This tradition has been transmitted by Hammad b. Salamah, Zuhair b. Mu'awiyah and a group of narrators from Hisham. He then went out for prayer. test* The people told him: This is for Zainab who prays. When the sun rose, he would stand (to pray Duha). He said: If the dawn became brighter than it is now, I would pray them (the two rak'ahs of the sunnah prayer), offer them well and in a more beautiful manner. He said: I sleep, I pray, I keep fast, I (sometimes) leave fast, and I marry women. The Prophet's () recitation was loud enough for one who was in the inner chamber to hear it when he was in the house. He asked: Ask me. She said: He used to observe the witr with four and three, six and three, eight and three, and ten and three rak'ahs never observing less than seven or more than thirteen. He went on doing so till he prayed ten rak'ahs.
'Abd Allah al-Wasiti. The Prophet () would recite in the two (supererogatory) rak'ahs of the dawn prayer: "Say, O unbelievers". Abu Dawud said: Muhammad b. He then recited five verses from Surah Al-'Imran : "In the creation of the heavens and the earth and the alternation of night and day". He said: Is there anything other than that ? If you act upon them, Allah will forgive you your sins, first and last, old and new, involuntary and voluntary, small and great, secret and open. He then prayed two rak'ahs that were not so long as the two rak'ahs before them ; he then prayed two rak'ahs that were less in duration, than the rak'ahs before them; again he prayed two rak'ahs that were less in length then the preceding rak'ahs; he then prayed two rak'ahs that were less in length than the previous rak'ahs. Has I been on speaking terms with her, I would have come to her and heard it from her mouth. One night the rain fell, so we spread a piece of leather (for his prayer), and now I see as if there is a hole in it from which the water is flowing. The Messenger of Allah () used to pray thirteen rak'ahs during the night ; he then offered two light rak'ahs of prayer when he heard the call to the dawn prayer. I asked: Tell me about his vigil and prayer at night. This is in the first rak'ah and in the second rak'ah (he recited): "We believe in Allah and bear witness that we submit ourself (to Him)." He then stood up and prayed. Did he perform some actions exclusively on some particular days ? If I was sleeping, he would awaken me, and pray two rak'ahs, then he would lie down as long as the mu'adhdhin came to him and call him for the dawn prayer. His salutation to everyone he meets is alms, his enjoining good is alms, his forbidding what is evil is alms, the removal of harmful thing from the way is alms, to have sexual intercourse with one's wife if alms, and two rak'ahs which one prays in the Duha serve instead of that. The Prophet () said: Prayer is to be offered in two rak'ahs; and you should recite the tashahhud at the end of two rak'ahs, and express your distress and humility and raise your hands and say praying: O Allah, O Allah. The 4 Rak'ahs are of less reward and significance in importance of adhering to them compared to the "sunan al-rawatib" described above. (Hadith sahih narrated by at-Tirmidhi No. Ziyadah al-Kindi reported on the authority of Bilal that he (Bilal) came to the Messenger of Allah () to inform him about the dawn prayer. The Prophet () used to pray thirteen rak'ahs during the night. Abbas said: AbuSalam narrated this tradition in a similar manner from AbuUmamah. He never left them. I asked 'Aishah about the prayer of the Messenger of Allah (), and I said to her: At what time he prayed at night ? Then you should do that in four rak'ahs. When he finished the prayer, the Prophet () said: So-and-so, which was your real prayer, the one you prayed alone or the one offered with us ?
She asked: Do you not recite the Quran ? But this version adds: (The Prophet said:) I heard you, Bilal, (reciting) ; you were reciting partly from this surah and partly from that surah. He replied: I did not see anyone praying them during the time of the Messenger of Allah (). The narrator al-Qa'nabi said: Six times. Allah, the Exalted, would awaken the Messenger of Allah () at night. If he makes a sign with his hand, step backward from him. He used to pray two rak'ahs while sitting and pray two rak'ahs of the dawn prayer between the adhan and the iqamah. He said: O Yasar, the Messenger of Allah () came to us while we were offering this prayer. The narrator said: I came to Ibn 'Abbas and narrated all this to him. This also does not mention the words about the salutation: "Till he almost awakened us.". Here, the word pledge will have higher weight than hijrah. The Messenger of Allah () as saying: He who misses him daily round of recital or part of it due to sleep and he recites it between the dawn and the noon prayers, will be reckoned as if he recited it at night. The Messenger of Allah () used to pray thirteen rak'ahs during the night, observing a witr out of that with five, he did not sit during the five except the last and then gave the salutation. This is because when a person sleeps, he does not know when he will awake. It is those two rak'ahs (which I offered after the 'Asr prayer), Chapter: Those Who Allowed These Two Rak'ahs To Be Prayed If The Sun Is Still High, , We bear witness that 'Aishah said: Not a day passed but the Prophet () prayed two rak'ahs after the 'Asr prayer. He (the Prophet) said: Those who are present should inform those who are absent: Do not offer any prayer after (the break of) dawn except two rak'ahs. He would then recite Surah al-Fatihah while sitting, bow while sitting, and then recite the Qur'an during the second rak'ah, and would bow and prostrate while sitting. He replied: Messenger of Allah, I was awakening the drowsy and driving away the Devil. Abu Dawud said: Ahmad b. Salih said that the Messenger of Allah offered prayer in the forenoon on the day of the Conquest of Mecca, and he narrated something similar. He replied: To stand in prayer for a long time. He (Bilal) said: Messenger of Allah, the dawn became fairly bright. Then he would sit and supplicate as long as Allah willed, and beg Him and devote his attention to Him; He would utter the salutation once in such a loud voice that the inmates of the house were almost awakened by his loud salutation. He used to pray two rak'ahs between the call to the dawn prayer and the iqamah. I met a group of the Companions of the Prophet (). He prayed these two rak'ahs. That was because he feared that the people might treat it as sunnah.
This version of Ziyad has: He said: What is this ? This made altogether thirteen rak'ahs. The Prophet () said: May Allah have mercy on a man who gets up at night and prays, and awakens his wife; if she refuses, he should sprinkle water on her face. That the Prophet () used to pray two rak'ahs before the 'Asr prayer. He replied: In the last part: Pray as much as you like, for the prayer is attended by the angels and it is recorded till you offer the dawn prayer; then stop praying when the sun is rising till it has reached the height of one or two lances, for it rises between the two horns of the Devil, and the infidels offer prayer for it (at that time). Abu Dawud said: Ibn Numair reported it from Hisham recently. The Messenger of Allah () as saying: When one you sleeps, the devil ties three knots at the back of his neck, sealing every knot with, "You have a long night, so sleep." He said: The Hadith narrated by Anbasah quoting Umm Habibah in this chapter is a hassan and sahih hadith. He, therefore, went along with me. This tradition has also been transmitted by Sa'id through a different chain of narrators to the same effect. He observed the witr prayer, and then slept until the mu'adhdhin came. I also got up and did as he did. obligatory) during the time of the Messenger of Allah (). Who asks of Me so that I may give to him ? Jaf'ar b. Musafir said in his version: (He prayed) the two rak'ahs sitting between the two adhans.
Anas said (explaining the meaning) of the following Qur'anic verse "They used to sleep but little of the night" (51:17): They (the people) used to pray between the Maghrib and 'Isha. He would then pray two rak'ahs sitting and that made eleven rak'ahs, O my son. Then he slept. 'Amr himself (mauquf). Then he would lead the people in the night prayer, and enter my house and pray two rak'ahs. 5- 2 rakahs before the Fajr. In his version he said: 'Alqamah b. Waqqas said: O mother, how did he pray the two rak'ahs ? Then he would pray three rak'ahs. When he offered prayer, he would do that regularly. When the opening verses of Surah Al-muzammil was revealed, the Companions would pray as long as they would pray during Ramadan until its last verses were revealed. The phrase "the vigil of the night" (nashi'at al-layl) means the early hours of the night.
When half the night passed, or a little before it or a little after it, the Messenger of Allah () awoke and began to rub his face (eyes) to remove the sleep. For example test* would result in test, tester, testers, etc. Chapter: The (Voluntary) Night Prayer Is Performed In Units Of Two. The Messenger of Allah () as saying: When one of you gets up by night (to pray), and falters in reciting the Qur'an (due to sleep), and he does not understand what he utters, he should sleep. He said: No, by Allah, but I seek your practice.