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(452) What Has Been Related About The Virtue Of Al-Witr

Kharijab bin Hudhafah narrated: Allah's Messenger came out to us and he said: 'Indeed Allah has assisted you with a Salat that is better for you than red camels: Al-Witr which Allah made for you between the Isha prayer till Al-Fajr has begun.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 3, Hadith 452

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(453) What Has Been Related About Al-Witr Is Not Incumbent

Ali said: Al-Witr is not incumbent like your obligatory prayers, but it is a Sunnah of Allah's Messenger who said: Indeed Allah is Witr (One), and He loves Al-Witr, so perform Al-Witr O people of the Qur'an.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 3, Hadith 453

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(454) What Has Been Related About Al-Witr Is Not Incumbent

Sufyan Ath-Thawri and others reported from Abu Ishaq, from Asim bin Damrah, that : Ali said: Al-Witr is not incumbent like the status of the obligatory prayers, but it is a Sunnah which Allah's Messenger practiced.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 3, Hadith 454

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(456) What Has Been Related About Al-Witr During The Beginning Of The Night And Its End

Masruq narrated that : he asked Aishah about the Witr of the Prophet. She said: He would perform Witr during all of the night; (either) its beginning, its middle, or its end. So when he died, his Witr ended, during the approachof As-Sahar.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 3, Hadith 456

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(457) What Has Been Related About Seven (Rak'ah) For Al-Witr

Umm Salamah narrated: The Prophet would perform Witr with thirteen [Rak'ah]. When he was older and became weak he performed Witr with seven.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 3, Hadith 457

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(458) What Has Been Related About Seven (Rak'ah) For Al-Witr

Umm Salamah narrated: The Prophet would perform Witr with thirteen [Rak'ah]. When he was older and became weak he performed Witr with seven.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 3, Hadith 458

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(459) What Has Been Related About Five (Rak'ah) For Al-Witr

Aishah narrated: The night prayer of Allah's Messenger was thirteen Rak'ah, five of which were his Witr, not sitting in any of them except at the end of them. When the Mu'adh-dhin called the Adhan he would stand to perform two light (Rak'ah).

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 3, Hadith 459

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(460) What Has Been Related About Three (Rak'ah) For Al-Witr

Ali narrated: Allah's Messenger would perform Al-Witr with three, reciting nine Surah from the Mufassal in them, reciting three Surah in each Rak'ah with Say: Allah is One. At the end of them. Muhammad bin Sirin said: They would perform Al-Witr with five, with three, and with one Rak'ah, and they considered all of that to be good.

REFERENCE:

jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 3, Hadith 460

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(461) What Has Been Related About One (Rak'ah) For Al-Witr

Anas bin Sirin narrated that : he asked Ibn Umar about the length of the two Rak'ah (before) Al-Fajr. He said: The Prophet would pray two and two during the night, and he would perform Al-Witr with one Rak'ah. And he would pray two Rak'ah while he was hearing the Adhan [meaning that they were light].

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jami al tirmizi 5: Chapter 3, Hadith 461

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