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    English Translation of

    SahIh Muslim Volume 2

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  • English Translation of

    Sahfll"h Muslim Volume 2

    Compiled by: Imm Abul Hussain Muslim bin al-Hajjaj

    Ahddith edited, researched and referenced by: Hfiz Abu Thir Zubair 'Au Za'i

    Translated by: Nasiruddin al-Khattab (Canada)

    Edited by: Huda Khattab (Canada)

    Final review by: Abu Khaliyl (USA)

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  • In the Name ofAllah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

    (iktaba Dar-us-Salam, 2007 King Fahd National Library Catalog-in-Publication Data Al-Imam Muslim

    Sahih Muslim/ Al-Imam Muslim- Riyadh-2007 509 p, 14x21 cm ISBN: 9960-9919-03 (set) 9960-9919-9-7 (Vol.-2) 1-Al-Had ith 11-Title 235.1 dc 1428/2360

    Legal Deposit no.1428/2360 ISBN: 9960-9919-0-3 (set) 9960-9919-9-7 (vol.-2)

  • Contents

    5. Masjid And Places Of Prayer Chapter Masjid And Places Of Prayer .................................................... 15 Chapter 1. The Construction Of The Masjid Of The Prophet1j ...............19 Chapter 2. Changing The Qiblah From Al-Quds (Jerusalem) To The

    Ka'bah.............................................................................. 21 Chapter 3. The Prohibition Of Building Masjid Over Graves And Placing

    Images Therein; And The Prohibition Of Taking Graves As Masjid............................................................................. 23

    Chapter 4. The Virtue Of Building "Masjid And Encouragement To Do So....................................................................................26

    Chapter 5. The Recommendation To Place The Hands On The Knees When Bowing, And The Abrogation Of TafbIq ....................... 28

    Chapter 6.

    The Permissibility Of Squatting On The Heels........................31 Chapter 7. The Prohibition Of Speaking During The Prayer, And The

    Abrogation Of Its Former Permissibility .................................31

    Chapter 8. The Permissibility Of Cursing The 5ijai;n During Prayer, And Seeking Refuge With Allah From Him; And The Permissibility Of Doing A Few Actions While in Salt ................................

    37 Chapter 9. The Permissibility Of Carrying Children During Prayer, And

    Their Garments Are Regarded As Being Pure Until It Is Realized That They Are Impure. Few Actions Will Not Invalidate The Prayer, And The Same Applies If Several Such Actions Are Done But Are Done Separately..........................39

    Chapter 10. The Permissibility Of Taking One Or Two Steps While Praying, And That Is Not Disliked If Done For A Reason. The Permissibility Of The Imm Praying In A Place That Is Higher Than The People Praying Behind Him, If That Is Done For A Reason, Such As Teaching Them How To Offer Prayers, And Other Than That ...............................................................41

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    Chapter 11. It Is Disliked To Put The Hands On The Waist During The Prayer.............................................................................. 42

    Chapter 12. It Is Disliked To Smooth The Pebbles Or Make The Dirt Level During Salt ...................................................................... 43

    Chapter 13. The Prohibition Of Spitting In The Masjid, During Prayer And At Other Times. The Prohibition Of A Praying Person Spitting In Front Of Him Or To His Right........................................ 44

    Chapter 14. The Permissibility Of Offering $aldt While Wearing Shoes........ 49 Chapter 15. It Is Disliked To Offer Salfit In A Garment With Markings ...... 49 Chapter 16. It Is Disliked To offer Salt In The Presence Of Food That

    One Wants To Eat. It Is Disliked To offer Salt While Restraining The Urge To Relieve Oneself, And So On ............ 51

    Chapter 17. Prohibiting One Who Has Eaten Garlic, Onions, Or Leeks, And Other Things That Have An Offensive Odor From Coming To The

    Masjid, Until That Smell Has Gone Away, And Such A Person Should Be Expelled From The Masjid....... 53

    Chapter 18. The Prohibition Of Making Lost Property Announcements In The Masjid, And What Should Be Said By One Who Hears A Person Making Such An Announcement.................................

    Chapter 19. As-Sahw (Forgetfulness) In Prayer And Prostrating To Compensate For It ............................................................. 61

    Chapter 20. The Prostration Of Recitation.............................................. 73 Chapter 21. The Description Of The Sitting During The Prayer, And How

    The Hands Are To Be Placed On The Thighs ........................ 77 Chapter 22. The Salm To Exit The Prayer When One Has Finished, And

    HowIt Is Done .................................................................80 Chapter 23. The Remembrance After The Prayer.....................................81 Chapter 24. It Is Recommended To Seek Refuge With Allah From The

    Punishment Of The Grave, The Punishment Of Hell, The Trials Of Life And Death, The Tribulation Of The Dajjl And From Sin And Debt Between The Tashah-hud and the TaslIm.. 82

    Chapter 25. From What Refuge Is To Be Sought When in $alt ................. 84 Chapter 26. It Is Recommended To Recite Statements Of Remembrance

    After The Prayer, And How That Is To Be Done....................88 Chapter 27. What Is To Be Said Between The Opening TakbIr And The

    Recitation Of The Qur'n ...................................................98 Chapter 28. It Is Recommended To Come To Prayers In A Tranquil And Dignified

    Manner, And It Is Forbidden To Come In A Hasty Manner..............100

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    Chapter 29. When Should The People Stand Up To Pray' ........................ 103 Chapter 30. The One Who Catches Up With A Rak'ah Of The Prayer, He

    Has Caught Up With That Prayer......................................... 105 Chapter 31 The Times Of The Five Prayers............................................ 108 Chapter 32. The Recommendation To Delay Zuhr (Until It Has Cooled

    Down) In Severe Heat For One Who Finds It Too Hot In Rou