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A forgotten sunnah of ‘Eid…

al-fawaid:

A forgotten sunnah of ‘Eid: Praying Two Rak’ah after returning from the ‘Eid prayer [1]

Aboo Sa’eed al-Khudree (رضى الله تعالى عنه) said: “The Messenger of Allaah ( صلى الله عليه و سلم) used to not pray anything before the ‘Eed (prayer), then when he returned to his home he prayed two rak’ah.”

It was collected by Ibn Maajah [2] and declared hasan by Shaykh al-Albaanee, Ahmad in “al-Musnad” [3], Aboo Ya’laa [4] and Ibn Khuzaymah [5], and he brought a chapter heading: “Chapter: The desirability of praying in the home after returning from the Musallaa.”

And Shaykh al-Albaanee declared it hasan in “al-Irwaa’” [6] and he said:
“And the reconciliation between this hadeeth and the ahaadeeth that have preceded, negating salaah after the ‘Eed (prayer) [7] is that the negation only covered salaah in the Musallaa, just as al-Haafidh (Ibn Hajar) stated in “at-Talkhees” [8], and Allaah knows best.”

And it was reported by al-Haakim [9] who said: “This is a precious Sunnah, by an isnaad (chain) that is saheeh and they (al-Bukhaaree and Muslim) did not collect it.” And al-Haafidh declared [it] hasan in “al-Fath” [10] and in “Buloogh al-Maraam” [11].

Rendered into English and adapted by Aboo Sufyaan ‘Uthmaan Beecher (may Allaah reward him)
Kuwait
28 Ramadhaan 1429

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dawat-us-salafiyyah:

Official Decision and Announcement of the High Judiciary Council of Saudi Arabia…Just a short time ago the High Judiciary Council of Saudi Arabia announced since the moon of Shawwaal was sighted this evening, here in Saudi Arabia, we have completed twenty nine (29) days of Ramadan (1435 A.H.), in accordance with the hadeeth of the Messenger of Allah (sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam):

Fast when you see the crescent. If it is obscured to you, then complete thirty days of Sha’baan. And break your fast when you see the crescent. If it is obscured to you then fast thirty days, [transmitted by al-Bukhari and Muslim].

Subsequently, we shall be celebrating ‘Eid ul-Fitr tomorrow, Monday 28th July 2014, in shaa Allah.

dawat-us-salafiyyah:

Official Decision and Announcement of the High Judiciary Council of Saudi Arabia…

Just a short time ago the High Judiciary Council of Saudi Arabia announced since the moon of Shawwaal was sighted this evening, here in Saudi Arabia, we have completed twenty nine (29) days of Ramadan (1435 A.H.), in accordance with the hadeeth of the Messenger of Allah (sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam):

Fast when you see the crescent. If it is obscured to you, then complete thirty days of Sha’baan. And break your fast when you see the crescent. If it is obscured to you then fast thirty days, [transmitted by al-Bukhari and Muslim].

Subsequently, we shall be celebrating ‘Eid ul-Fitr tomorrow, Monday 28th July 2014, in shaa Allah.

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dawah-tu-salafiyyah:

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(Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 6412.)

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