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An Abandoned Sunnah –During the Last Ten Days of Ramadan
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Aisha(may Allah be pleased with her) said ,” That during Ramadan Allah’smessenger would sleep , wake up and pray. However when the last tendays came he would burn the midnight oil, avoid relations with hiswives, perform a Ghusl between Maghrib and Isha and have dinner at thetime of Sahur.”
Collected by : Ibn Abee ‘Asim. Ibn Rajab Al-Hanbali (795 H ) graded the isnad for this hadeeth as being Hasan.
Points of benefit;
Ibn Rajab Al-Hanbali mentioned his book “Taif Al-Mu'arif” that performing Ghusl between Maghrib and Isha is a Sunnah to be performed during the last ten days of Ramadan.
IbnJarir said about this hadeeth, “ The Salaf used to considered it Sunnahto take Ghusl every night during the last ten days of Ramadan.An-Nakhaee used to wash every night, while others used to wash and dapcologne on their bodies on the night they hoped was Laylutul Qadr. Ithas been reported that Anas ibn Malik (may Allah be pleased with him)on the 24th night of Ramadan took a bath, put on some nicefragrance, and wore his best izar. The next morning he took it off,folded it up and didn’t wear it again until next Ramadan on the sameoccasion.
Ayyub As-Sakhtayanni (may Allah be pleased with him) used to bathe on the 23rd and 24th night , wear new clothes and burn incense to perfume his clothes.
Hamadibn Salamah (may Allah be pleased with him) said, “ Thabit Bananee andHumayd At-Tawheel used to wear their best clothes, best fragrance andburn incense and spray aroma in the masjid during the night in whichthe hoped to be Laylutul Qadr.
TameemAd-Daree (may Allah be pleased with him) bought an Izar for 1,000Dirhams. He used to wear it on the night in which he anticipated wasLaylutul Qadr.
IbnJarir-said,” Therefore based on these acts from the Salaf, itestablishes that it is recommended for the night in which a personthinks is Layultul Qadr to dress up, wear nice fragrance, and take abath. This is similar to the Sunnah for Jumu’ah and both Eed.
Translated by Abu Aaliyah Abdullah ibn Dwight Lamont Battle
Taken from Taif Al-Muarif by Ibn Rajab Al-Hanbali (may Allah rest him in Jannah)
Doha, Qatar 19-9-1429 ©
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