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(1161) Collection Of Chapters Regarding Salat Al-Istisqa’

Abbad bin Tamim (al-Muzini) reported on the authority of his uncle: The Messenger of Allah صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم took the people out (to the place of prayer) and prayed for rain. He led them in two rak'ahs of prayer in the course of which he recited from the Quran in a loud voice. He turned around his cloak and raised his hands, prayed for rain and faced the qiblah

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sunan abu dawood 3: Chapter 3, Hadith 1161

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(1162) Collection Of Chapters Regarding Salat Al-Istisqa’

Abbad bin Tamim al Mazini said on the authority of his uncle (Abdullah bin Zaid b Asim) who was a Companion of the Messenger of Allah صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم: One day the Messenger of Allah صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم went out to make supplication for rain. He turned his back towards the people praying to Allah, the Exalted. The narrator Sulaiman bin Dawud said: He faced the qiblah and turned around his cloak and then offered two rak'ahs of prayer. The narrator Ibn Abi Dhi'b said: He recited from the Quran in both of them. The version of Ibn al-Sarh adds: By it he means in a loud voice.

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sunan abu dawood 3: Chapter 3, Hadith 1162

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(1163) Collection Of Chapters Regarding Salat Al-Istisqa’

The above-mentioned tradition has also been transmitted by Muhammad bin Muslim through a different chain of narrators. But there is no mention of prayer in this version. The version adds: He turned around his cloak, putting its right side on his left shoulder and its left side on his right shoulder. Thereafter he made supplication to Allah.

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sunan abu dawood 3: Chapter 3, Hadith 1163

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(1164) Collection Of Chapters Regarding Salat Al-Istisqa’

Abdullah bin Zaid said: The Messenger of Allah (pbuh)prayed for rain wearing a black robe with ornamented border. The Messenger of Allah (pbuh)wanted to reverse it from bottom to top by holding the bottom. But when it was too heavy he turned it round on his shoulders.

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sunan abu dawood 3: Chapter 3, Hadith 1164

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(1165) Collection Of Chapters Regarding Salat Al-Istisqa’

Narrated Abdullah ibn Abbas: Ishaq ibn Abdullah ibn Kinanah reported: Al-Walid ibn Utbah or (according to the version of Uthman) al-Walid ibn Uqbah, the then governor of Madina, sent me to Ibn Abbas to ask him about the prayer for rain offered by the Messenger of Allah صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم. He said: The Messenger of Allah صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم went out wearing old clothes in a humble and lowly manner until he reached the place of prayer. He then ascended the pulpit, but he did not deliver the sermon as you deliver (usually). He remained engaged in making supplication, showing humbleness (to Allah) and uttering the takbir (Allah is most great). He then offered two rak'ahs of prayer as done on the Eid (festival). Abu Dawud said: This is the version of al-Nufail. What is correct is Ibn Utbah's

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sunan abu dawood 3: Chapter 3, Hadith 1165

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(1166) At Which Point Does He (saws) Turn His Rida’ Around When Seeking Rain?

Abdullah bin Zaid said: The Messenger of Allah (pbuh)went out to the place of prayer to pray for rain. When he wanted to make supplication, he faced the qiblah and turned around his cloak.

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sunan abu dawood 3: Chapter 3, Hadith 1166

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(1167) At Which Point Does He (saws) Turn His Rida’ Around When Seeking Rain?

Narrated Umayr, the client of AbulLahm: Umayr saw the Prophet صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم praying for rain at Ahjar az-Zayt near az-Zawra', standing, making supplication, praying for rain and raising his hands in front of his face, but not lifting them above his head.

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sunan abu dawood 3: Chapter 3, Hadith 1167

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(1168) Raising The Hands During Istisqa’

Narrated Jabir ibn Abdullah: The people came to the Prophet صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم weeping (due to drought). He said (making supplication): O Allah! give us rain which will replenish us, abundant, fertilising and profitable, not injurious, granting it now without delay. He (the narrator) said: Thereupon the sky became overcast.

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sunan abu dawood 3: Chapter 3, Hadith 1168

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(1169) Raising The Hands During Istisqa’

Narrated Anas: The Prophet صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم was not accustomed to raise his hands in any supplication he made except when praying for rain. He would then raise them high enough so much so that the whiteness of his armpits was visible.

REFERENCE:

sunan abu dawood 3: Chapter 3, Hadith 1169

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(1170) Raising The Hands During Istisqa’

Narrated Anas: The Prophet صلی ‌اللہ ‌علیہ ‌وسلم used to make supplication for rain in this manner. he spread his hands keeping the inner side (of hands) towards the earth, so I witnessed the whiteness of his armpits.

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sunan abu dawood 3: Chapter 3, Hadith 1170

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