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Bismillaahir Rahmaanir Raheem wal hamdulillaah was salaat was salaam 'ala rasoolihil kareem, wa ba'd!
Topic: Tashahhud Question
abooabdilfattaah 10-23-2004 @ 11:31 PM Notify Admin about this post
Aboo 'Abdil-Fattaah Salaah bin Bernard Brooks (Pittsburgh, PA, USA)
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As Salaamu 'Alaikum
In Sifatus-Salaatin-Nabee of Shaikh Al-Albaanee, we find that we should say in the Tashahhud "As-Salaamu 'alan-Nabee" instead of "As-Salaamu 'Alaika ayyahaa Nabee", due to his death, sallaa Allaahu 'alaihi wa sallam. We were informed that Shaikh Ibn 'Uthaimeen disagreed with this saying that a) the Prophet sallaa Allaahu 'alaihi wa sallam was raised up to teach the people and this was something not taught to them; b) there were sahaabah in Makkah living during the time of the Prophet while he was in Madeenah and they were not instructed to say "As Salaamu 'alan-nabee", even though he wasn't present amongst them in Makkah. What is the correct position in this regard?
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Umm.Rizqin.Rosinah 09-05-2005 @ 9:02 AM Notify Admin about this post
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awzan.ibn.badr 09-05-2005 @ 10:28 PM Notify Admin about this post
aboo 'ubayd awzan ibn badr ibn saalih (London U.K.)
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The Shaykh Faqeeh Muhammed Ibn Saalih Al-Uthaymeen discusses this issue in his highly beneficial book 'Ash-Sharh Al-Mumti: 3/150-151.
His words can be summarised in the following:
1. Saying: 'Assalaamu Alayka’ in the Tashahhud is not the same as when the people convey salaams to one another, as if this was the case the prayer would be null and void, because all human speech is prohibited in the prayer.
2. The companions used to say in the Tashahhud: 'Assalaamu Alayka' and the Prophet (Salla Allaahu ‘Alayhi was Salam) would be in one land and they in another.
3. As for the narration found in Bukhari upon the authority of Abdullaah ibn Mas'ood; 'That they used to say after the death of the Prophet (Salla Allaahu ‘Alayhi was Salam), ‘Assalaamu 'Alan Nabiyy', then this is considered his ijtihaad, which was opposed by someone of greater knowledge than him, none other than 'Umar ibn Al-Khattaab.
It is reported that 'Umar gave a sermon whilst upon the minbar of the Prophet (Salla Allaahu ‘Alayhi was Salam), saying in his Tashahhud:
'Assalaamu Alayka Ayyuhan Nabiyy'. This is reported by Malik in Muwatta with one of the most authentic chains of narrations. 'Umar said this in the presence of the companions and they accepted this.
4. The Prophet (Salla Allaahu ‘Alayhi was Salam) taught his Ummah the Tashhahud like he taught them the Quraan, and he was aware that he was going to die because Allaah said to him:
'Verily you will die just as they will die.' (Zumar:30)
And he never said to them: 'After my death say 'Assalaamu 'Ala An-Nabiyy'.
This is another reason why the ijtihaad of ibn Mas'ood is not to be relied upon in this issue.
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