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The Mosque and Of the Call for Prayer: Selections from the Hadith, Part 1 of 2

2024-02-16
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Today, it is an honor to present excerpts from chapter 5 of the book, “A Manual of Hadith” by Maulana Muhammad Ali. The mosque, a house of prayer, is a place to become closer to Allāh. In addition, this chapter details the humbleness of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and His love and dedication to helping the people.

“Jābir reported that, The Prophet, peace and blessings of Allāh be on Him, said: ‘I have been granted five things which were not granted to any one before me: and for me the Earth has been made a mosque and a means of purification; therefore, if prayer overtakes any person of my community, he should say his prayers (wherever he is) …’

‘Uthmān ... said ... I heard the Messenger of Allāh, peace and blessings of Allāh be on Him, say: ‘Whoever builds a mosque, desiring thereby Allāh's pleasure, Allāh builds for him the like of it in paradise.’”

“Barā’ ibn ‘Āzib said prayers in congregation in the mosque of his house. Ibn ‘Umar reported (that) the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allāh be on Him [said], ‘Say a part of your prayers in your houses and do not make them graves.’”

“Abū Hurairah said, I heard the Messenger of Allāh, peace and blessings of Allāh be on Him, say: ‘Whoever comes to this mosque of mine, and he does not come but for some good which he would learn or teach, he is like one who is engaged in jihād, [the spiritual struggle] in the way of Allāh; and whoever comes for any purpose other than this, he is like a man who casts looks at the property of another.’”

“The Messenger of Allāh, peace and blessings of Allāh be on Him, prohibited the reciting of poems in the mosque and selling and buying in it and that people should sit in circles in the mosque on Friday before prayers […]. Abn Usaid said, The Messenger of Allāh, peace and blessings of Allāh be on Him, said: When one of you enters the mosque, he should say, ‘O Allāh! open for me the doors of Thy mercy;’ and when he goes out, he should say, ‘O Allāh! I beg of Thy grace of Thee.’”
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