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The Sunnite Religion and the Loss of Islamic Acts of Worship

 

The Sunnite Religion and the Loss of Islamic Acts of Worship

 

Published in November 5, 2008

Translated by: Ahmed Fathy

 

 

Introduction:

1- In the 1990s, we once visited Tunisia upon receiving a formal invitation from the Tunisian Minister of Religious Endowments at the time, and we delivered a speech to the attendees of a conference who were scholars and sheikhs of Al-Zitouna University (their Azhar-like institution), and we could not help but notice that most of the clergymen in this conference smoked cigarettes. At the time, we used to assume that smoking is against Islamic teachings; this is before we get to know the Quranic methodology regarding prohibitions and permissible items. We condemned their smoking and attributed it to the secular nature of Tunisians as opposed to Sunnite extremism that opposes the regime there. When we narrated this matter to a friend in Cairo, who was a heavy smoker, he told us that there is nothing in Islam that prohibits smoking at all; if we to prohibit things harmful to one's health, one would not eat or drink anything! We talked to him about his wasting his money by burning them when he smokes, and he gave up smoking, only for a while! Later on, we are convinced that smoking is NOT prohibited as per Quranic sharia laws regarding the prohibited items and the permissible items; since smoking is never mentioned at all in the Quran, it is permissible. When we have written about this, we have been persecuted and until now, we receive verbal abuse via emails.        

2- We are not to hide the Truth to seek to please people; it is insulting to God and His Quranic sharia to add to it a notion never mentioned; i.e., by imagining that smoking is prohibited. It is a bad habit that people in Egypt utter the word (haram) (i.e., prohibited) in their daily life without thinking about it in various silly situations! The matter is serious when a husband utters this world to his wife; this is a form of divorce mentioned in the verses 58:2-4 that must be atoned for by fasting for 60 consecutive days; it is just like the atonement for manslaughter in the verse 4:92.

3- The above points are directly linked to our topic ofthe loss of Islamic acts of worship by the Sunnite religion; piety is the keyword here. We do not mean to praise ourselves – heaven forbid! – but we analyze the situations in the above points to reach a conclusion; this is the intelligence of research and reaching results. Sadly, there are those people with high IQ but they use their intelligence in evil ways and deceive people; we mean Sunnite and Wahabi clergymen who deceive millions of gullible persons. Within researching the Quran, not only IQ is needed, but also piety so as not to misuse, twist, and misinterpret Quranic verses deliberately and conceal true meanings of them to serve evil purposes and accommodate and incorporate myths of earthly religions. If we were an evil person who seeks $ millions, we'd have surpassed other thieves of Al-Azhar among our contemporaries inside and outside Egypt and clergymen outside Al-Azhar as well, as they never read or understand anything and any one with low IQ may surpass them in swindling. Wahabis in Egypt at first lay great hopes on our person as our PhD thesis debunks Sufism, as Sufis are the arch-enemies of Wahabis/Salafists. In the 1980s in Egypt, we used to move from one mosque to another in many Egyptian cities (in Nile Delta and Upper Egypt, in Cairo, and in Alexandria) to deliver lectures and sermons against Sufism, helped by Salafists who received funding from the KSA, who made me supervisor of the Salafist magazine in Cairo titled (Al-Huda Al-Nabawi) i.e. Prophetic Guidance. We refused to take money from those Salafists who helped us to enter into these mosques. So that we would be free in saying whatever we want in our lectures and sermons. We were a 'moderate' Sunnite at the time. Later on, with deeper research, we have discovered that the Sunnite religion has nothing to do with Islam and that it poses a veritable danger on Islam. We could no longer succumb to Sunnite falsehoods or spread them in our sermons and to confine our refutations to Sufi and Shiite religions. We decided to attack and refute the Sunnite religion with all our might; we have declared our rejection of all hadiths and Sunna, proving how they contradict the Quran. we knew that the evil agents of the KSA in Egypt would not leave us in peace; we were – and still are – bent on reforming Muslims by Qurnaism and we were ready to face harm and persecution for God's sake. If we were to choose to side with Sunnite/Wahabi falsehoods to gain $ millions from the KSA, we would not be safe from God's revenge in this world and the next. Ailment and death might have come to us sooner to prevent us from enjoying these ill-gotten millions, and then we would dwell in Hell for eternity for ascribing lies to God and His religion. As a true believer, we choose to reject Wahabi/Saudi money offered to us and decided to be vociferous and outspoken in spreading the Quranic Truth and debunking the Sunnite religion of Satan, which is posing as if it were Islam. Life is a series of stances, situations, and choices, and only pious people pass the test of life successfully, seeking Paradise of the Lord God in the Hereafter. We have made revisions and sifting processes of all our beliefs, tenets, and notions till we formulated Quranism as True Islam as we learn every day from the Quran rules we have not notice before; we are bet on declaring the Quranic Truth so that we would not be cursed by God and the angels and people: "Those who suppress the proofs and the guidance We have revealed, after We have clarified them to humanity in the Scripture – those – God curses them, and the cursers curse them." (2:159).                          

4- If Muhammadans were really Muslims who adhere to piety, they would have been indeed the best nation seen by other nations; if Sunnite fiqh scholars were pious, they would not have lost and wasted Quranic sharia laws in prohibitions and permissible items as well as in acts of worship. Loss of piety is behind the loss of acts of worship.  

 

Firstly: the loss of piety since 1400 years until now:

 

(A)

  After our previous articles about prohibitions and fasting and how that smoking never spoils the fasting, we have received hate mails and verbal abuse that we overlooked as usual, but some people choose to mock us by sending silly and illogical questions to us, and we provide examples below.

1- Someone has chosen to ridicule us by posing this question: is gay sex never spoiling to fasting since it is not mentioned in the Quran as such like conjugal sex with one's wife?!

2- A homosexual person told us that he can bear not to smoke during days of Ramadan while fasting, but he cannot refuse his 'boyfriend' in bed during the hours of fasting, and he asks us if he is allowed to have sex while fasting with his 'friend'!  

3- Other silly, sex-obsessed people and sex-maniacs asked us if masturbation never spoils fasting during Ramadan and posed the same question about lesbian sex, drugs, wine, and smoking hash! All these people asserted that these practices must not spoil the fasting since the Quran specifies that fasting is spoiled only if one drinks, eats, or have sex with spouse(s). These silly questions aims to mock our person, of course, as homosexual and lesbian practices are prohibited all the time and so is wine-drinking. Piety is the conscience of a fasting person who fears God and never spoils the fasting even when being alone. Most people overlook that piety is the legislative purpose of fasting and that we do not need these sully questions posed to fiqh scholars about the social habit/custom of fasting while disregarding piety, as habitual and typical of Sunnites and some Quranists still influenced by Sunnite books! This is why we add the following to what we have already written about fasting.

  There is a huge difference between right fasting in terms of ostentatious behavior and appearance and the one deemed rewarded by and acceptable to God. within earthly, man-made religions, the focus and emphasis are on appearances of religiosity of rituals and how people seem to appear outwardly. This is typical in Sunnite fiqh that never focuses on piety and fear of our Lord God. as for real Islam, piety in the fear of our Lord Allah is part and parcel in all acts of worship ordained by God, not the ones invented within man-made sharia laws. All acts of worship must be devoted and dedicated 100% to God and are reflected in good manners and good deeds with other people without waiting to be rewarded by them, while only expecting rewards from Almighty God. In light of this, we assert the following points about fasting people and we answer the questions some persons posed as we have mentioned above.   

1- There are those who overtly, during Ramadan days, stop having sex with spouse(s) and stop consuming food items and all beverages, and inwardly seize the opportunity of Ramadan to attain piety by avoiding sins and even small mistakes, so that their past sins may be forgiven, and they spend days and nights of Ramadan in good deeds to atone for their previous sins. These are the really pious ones provided that they are monotheists and NOT polytheists who worship books, items, mausoleums, or mortals. Thus, these people observe fasting and piety inwardly and outwardly and God will reward them for this on the Last Day.

2- There are those who overtly, during Ramadan days, stop having sex with spouse(s) and stop consuming food items and all beverages, but they are entrapped in corrupt religiosity of polytheistic, earthly, man-made religions of the Muhammadans as they; e.g., spend nights of Ramadan in worshipping mausoleums in mosques, assuming that they this way please ad gratify God! this fasting persons are polytheists, and this applies also to those who praise and glorify Muhammad alongside with God, thus deifying Muhammad and assume he would own and control the Last Day by the myth of intercession. Thus, they invent and utter devoutly words and phrases that praise and glorify Muhammad as if he were an infallible deity. Those fasting persons will never get rewarded for their fasting as polytheism annuls all good deeds, and if they die as polytheists without repentance, they will certainly enter into Hell for eternity on the Last Day.       

3- There are those who overtly, during Ramadan days, stop having sex with spouse(s) and stop consuming food items and all beverages, but they never hesitate or think twice about committing crimes/injustices/sins against people and major sins against our Lord God, as they are never observing piety at all, and their fasting will avail them nothing at all, and if they die as aggressive hypocrites and polytheists without repentance, they will certainly enter into Hell for eternity on the Last Day.   

4- There are those who overtly, during Ramadan days, stop having sex with spouse(s) and stop consuming food items and all beverages, but they use fasting as a pretext for lack of good manners, verbally abusing people, and negligence of work and responsibilities, and they never stop sinning during Ramadan; their fasting will avail them nothing at all, as they never attain piety this way.

5- There are those whose ill health prevents their fasting, but they observe piety all the time and do more good deeds to compensate for their having to eat and drink, and they are rewarded by God though  they did not fast, as they observed piety indeed; they are better that those who observe fasting out of social habit and celebration without this resulting in high morals and piety and devotion in acts of worship dedicated only to God.   

 

(B)

   The loss of piety for 1400 years made people lose the merits of fasting during Ramadan; Muhammadans in that holy month keep their eyes glued to the TV screens and they overeat till their stomachs are on the verge of bursting, this is apart from gullible ones visiting mausoleums and 'holy' tombs in many cities, esp. in Yathreb to worship at the one ascribed falsely to Muhammad as his tomb. All such bad deeds are being committed by Sufis, Sunnites, and Shiites, who lost all piety and turned acts of worship into mere mechanical meaningless movements.     

 

Secondly: the loss of piety is caused by Sunnite fiqh scholars in their invented, earthly sharia laws:

1- The same loss of piety by Sunnites is also related to all other acts of worship such as prayers and pilgrimage, and for more details, we refer our readers to our books on prayers and pilgrimage. The book on pilgrimage titled "Pilgrimage between Islam and the Muhammadans" (in English) is found in this link (http://www.ahl-alquran.com/arabic/book_main.php?main_id=90). In that book on pilgrimage, we mention that Muhammadans made hajj as an act to annul all sins of a lifetime, so that they go on with their corruption and sins when they return home! In our book on prayers, we mention that prayers and all acts of worship by the Sunnite Muhammadans are devoid of piety and never lead to high moralistic level and they assume their sins are forgiven once they pray the five prayers regularly, and this made them commit more sins! The blame for this Satanist notion is on Sunnite imams and authors who never feared God. Quranists aim to introduce reform to save souls of as many persons as possible.      

2- God gave us but one Clear Book; there is no room for any other 'revelations' after Muhammad died. As for Quranic sharia laws, one cannot add to them within the field of prohibited and permissible items and acts of worship, but there is room for regulating permissible items and values of justice, etc. as we have explained in a previous article. Really pious ones cannot disregard the Quran in favor of man-made rules of Sunnite imams. Let us assume that a university professor gave students a book to study to pass a test, would these students study other books instead?! If so, they will fail the test, and Sunnites (and all Muhammadans) will fail the test of life if they go on disregarding the Quran and  focusing on man-made books with rules never ordained by God but issued by self-deifying imams who rejected and disobeyed God's Word. There is no room to add man-made legislations in Islamic acts of worship; there is room for competition and vying for making as many good deeds as possible. For instance, as for fasting, one may fast despite one's illness or traveling if one physically is able to do so, and one can fast days outside Ramadan, and one can observe piety and the fear of the Lord God all one's lifetime as much as one can. In Zakat, one can pay and donate as much as one can afford all year long, and in prayers, one can pray additional prayers after night prayers while reading the Quranic verses, as per the Quran. one may perform pilgrimage more  than ones and observe piety in Mecca. Thus, one this way does not add new sharia laws but attempts (within equal opportunity) to be among either parties in Paradise: the forerunners or those on the right, as per the Quranic Chapter 56. Sunnite authors and imams had no piety as they invented their own sharia laws and ascribed them by force to Islam, under the silly names of Sunna and hadiths.   

3- It is strange that Sunnite hadiths and fiqh rules are contradictory and have ample rooms for discrepancies within the endless chattering and blabbering in their books, and they even have a hadith that annuls all hadiths: the one regarding the grave sin (punishable in Hell) of adding 'new' things to religion, this means that Al-Shafei, for instance, was sinful for inventing hadiths not authored by his tutor Malik! Or that Al-Bokhary was sinful for inventing hadiths not authored by previous imams of Satan! What about the rest of Sunnite imams of all eras?! The Sunnite religion rules now are like a bottomless, shoreless ocean filled with lies and falsehoods; Satan/Iblis never tendered his resignation; his mission goes on to misguide most human beings till the end of days.       

 

Thirdly: the topic of prayers as an example of the loss of Islamic acts of worship:

  The Quran was made to descend on Muhammad to be recited to people who assume wrongly they adhere to the religion of Abraham as they are descendants of his son Ishmael, and some of Arabian men were Jews who read Torah of Moses and scrolls of Abraham; see 53:36-37. Thus, in the religious life of Arabian people in Arabia in the 7th century, there were true, divine notions and false, corrupt ones. The religion of Abraham was twisted and distorted and the Quran came down to correct it within new sharia laws that does NOT mention what is already known (like prayers' timing and movements), as the focus is on correcting deviations, distortions, and errors, beside introducing some new legislations (e.g., ablution). The descendants of Abraham (Israelites and Ishmaelites) knew about prayers and their timings, but they performed them as movements without piety; this is why God in the Quran commands them to observe piety in prayers without discussing how to pray; see 2:238, 2:45, and 4:142. God rebukes them for being lazy about prayers in 9:54, as their lack of piety and their polytheism will make them enter into Hell in case of their death without repentance. Indeed, the five daily prayers are five meetings a day with God and preserving the link between us and Him all day long; this must result in piety and to avoid sins and mistakes; how come that a sinner is expected to attain piety through prayers since he/she insist on sinning?! When Muhammad was once preaching within a Friday sermons, many people left him to get to see a caravan of merchants, and God has rebuked them in the verses 62:9-10, without mentioning how to perform Friday congregational prayers, as they were known before the birth of Muhammad. New sharia laws of ablution, Tayammum, and complete ablution are introduced in other verses: 4:43 and 5:6 and about fear prayers (e.g., in times of wars and being chased) in the verses 4:100-103 and 2:238 as a new notion. Piety in prayers is asserted within monotheism by never mentioning names of anyone but God during prayers in mosques and at homes; see 20:14, 72:18, and 24:39. Thus, real Muslims must obey and follow ONLY the Quran; nothing else was ever given to Muhammad as part of Islam; other books of Sunnites are written in the Abbasid Era and such books of fiqh and hadiths have nothing to do with Islam, and prayers of the Sunnites lack piety and contain polytheism of mentioning names of Muhammad and 'saints' in them as immortal deities. Ostentatious behaviors supplant and replace piety: loud Azans and keenness on praying on time behind any bearded person even if he was an ignoramus! When the Egyptian State Security Apparatus men used to interrogate us, we noticed how they interrupted interrogations to perform prayers and then go one torturing citizens with zeal and enthusiasm! Thus, prayers of Sunnites are empty and never result in piety and fear of our Lord God, but they result in more corruption and injustices. This was also the state of affairs during the Mameluke Era of Egypt, as sultans build spacious, ornate mosques and prayed inside them while eating ill-gotten money and massacring and torturing innocent people! This is lack of piety that goes on until now in Egypt, as we mention in our Sufism encyclopedia within stories of unjust, tyrannical sultans who were keen on showing religiosity and hypocrisy all the time before eyes of their subjects. Thus, prayers of the Mamelukes led them to commit grave sins and injustices, and the dominant Sufi-Sunnite religion at that time made people succumb and submit to such evils as if part of Fate and as if human creatures were part of God and the divine will! This is according to Sufi polytheistic notions of the communion with God and being united as one with Him! This is as per Al-Ghazaly in his seminal book titled (Ehiaa Olom Eddine) or ''revival of religious sciences''. Such evil notions of Satan made all piety and all acts of worship lost for centuries.                           

 

Lastly:

 The aim of this article is to make young Quranist researchers be aware of how to analyze Sunnite fiqh balderdash within books of Malik, Al-Shafei, and Al-Bokhary, and we provide in the ANNEX below titles of chapter of their books on subjects/topics of prayers, purity, and ablution to give examples of their endless details of useless nonsense and balderdash that they made as if part of God's sharia, not man-made views as they are, as there is no room for additions in acts of worship in real Islam. We desire to sensitize our young Quranist researchers regarding the features of man-made, earthly religious sharia laws and legislations of the Muhammadans below. 

1- Adding sharia laws never mentioned in the Quran and providing for them new terminology fabricated by them. 

2- Adding myriads of details about (im)purity, while disregarding the topic in Quranic Chapters Four and Five

3- Adding useless details about Friday congregational prayers and mentioning discrepancies and contradictions within even the one book by one author. 

4- Inventing payers and acts of worship never ordained by God like feasts prayers.

5- Adding the glorification, sanctification, and deification of Muhammad in all acts of worship, especially prayers.

6- Preventing menstruating women from performing prayers and preventing all people from praying at certain times for no reason at all.

7- Allowing for no reason to combine prayers while traveling and this contradicts the Quran.

8- Casting doubts on the five daily prayers by Al-Bokhary.

  These are but few examples, and we mention in the following ANNEX some tittles of chapter of these books of Talmud-like countless details, to show to our readers and to our young Quranist researchers how silly these Sunnite topics/titles are. Silly Sunnites who hate Quranism ask us until now: how would we know purification and prayers if we are to reject Sunna hadiths?!  As if cleaning oneself needs endless Sunnite rules of Malik, Al-Shafei, and Al-Bokhary, and as if how to perform prayers given down from Abraham's generation till today's generation need to be explained. May God curse polytheists who never care to read our articles and books, and May God help Quranists to spread the Quranic Truth. 

 

 

ANNEX:

 

Titles of chapters within seminal Sunnite fiqh and sharia-laws books on the topic of prayers and purification/ablution:

 

(Al-Mowata') authored by Malik (died in 179 A.H.):

1- Part on timings of prayers:

Chapter on timings of daily prayers

Chapter on timing of Friday prayers

Chapter on those who catch up only with one Raqa

Chapter on sunset, twilight, and night

Chapter on performing prayers together after timings pass

Chapter on sleeping and missing prayers as a result

Chapter on performing prayers outdoors

Chapter on preventing those who ate garlic from entering mosques and that they must cover their mouths

2- Part on purification and ablution:

Chapter on how to perform ablution before prayers

Chapter on ablution of sleeping persons when they wake up to pray

Chapter on purification for ablution

Chapter on when ablution is needless

Chapter on ablution after touching things touched by fire

Chapter on details of ablution

Chapter on cleaning heads and ears during ablution

Chapter on cleaning sandals during ablution

Chapter on not to clean sandals during ablution

Chapter on bleeding and ablution

Chapter on stopping bleeding before ablution

Chapter on those bleeding involuntary after ablution

Chapter on ablution after oozing pre-ejaculatory fluid

Chapter on not to perform ablution after oozing pre-ejaculatory fluid

Chapter on ablution after touching one's genitalia

Chapter on ablution after kissing one's wife

Chapter on ablution after ejaculation of semen

Chapter on ablution after a man's genitals touch his wife's

Chapter on ablution before eating or sleeping after ejaculation of semen

Chapter on repeating prayers if performed without complete ablution after ejaculation of semen

Chapter on complete ablution of women if they dreamt of sex

Chapter on complete ablution after ejaculation of semen

Chapter on Tayammum

Chapter on when to perform Tayammum

Chapter on Tayammum after ejaculation of semen

Chapter on sex between husbands and their menstruating wives

Chapter on complete ablution for menstruating women

Chapter on ablution for menstruating women

Chapter on menstruating women/wives

Chapter on ablution after touching urine of a child

Chapter on spoiling ablution by urine

Chapter on using miswak during ablution

3- Part on prayers:

Chapter on azan for prayers

Chapter on azan during traveling without ablution

Chapter on azan and the pre-dawn period

Chapter on performance of prayers

Chapter on reading the Quran during sunset and night prayers

Chapter on reading the Quran during prayers

Chapter on reading the Quran during morning prayers

Chapter on prayers mentioned in the Quran

Chapter on reading Quranic verses after the imam in low voices

Chapter on not to read verses after the imam in congregational prayers

Chapter on saying "Amen" after the imam

Chapter on performing prayers while sitting

Chapter on uttering the testimony during prayers

Chapter on atoning for getting up before the imam would

Chapter on forgetting how many Raqas were performed 

Chapter on doubting the number of performed Raqas

Chapter on getting up before finishing prayers

Chapter on being distracted during prayers

4- Part on forgetting:

Chapter on what to do if one forgets to perform any prayers rituals

5- Part on Friday:

Chapter on obligatory complete ablution on Fridays 

Chapter on listening attentively to Friday sermons by imams

Chapter on missing Friday prayers but for one Raqa

Chapter on bleeding or being taken ill on Fridays

Chapter on working on Fridays

Chapter on traveling imams reaching a village on Fridays

Chapter on the happy hour of answered prayers on Fridays

Chapter on how imams receive Fridays and not to pass by rows of sitting people in mosques

Chapter on reading Quran on Fridays before congregational prayers and how to atone for not performing prayers

6- Part on prayers during Ramadan:

Chapter on urging more prayers during Ramadan  

Chapter on more prayers during nights of Ramadan

7- Part on performing prayers during night:   

Chapter on performing prayers during night

Chapter on prayers during night by Prophet Muhammad

Chapter on additional prayers by night

Chapter on additional prayers after dawn prayers

Chapter on the rewards of additional prayers after dawn prayers

8- Part on congregational prayers:

Chapter on preferring congregational prayers to praying alone

Chapter on dawn and morning prayers

Chapter on repeating prayers with an imam

Chapter on seeking congregational prayers

Chapter on imams praying while sitting

Chapter on preferring to pray while standing

Chapter on sitting performers of extra prayers

Chapter on the ideal prayers

Chapter on praying in one garment

Chapter on women praying garments

9- Part on: combining two prayers while traveling:

Chapter on combining two prayers while traveling and settling in towns

Chapter on combining two prayers while traveling only

Chapter on when to combine two prayers

Chapter on travelers who combine two prayers

Chapter on travelers who never combine two prayers

Chapter on travelers as imams in prayers or praying behind imams

Chapter on travelers who combine two prayers by day, night, and on camels

Chapter on the pre-noon prayers

Chapter on how to perform the pre-noon prayers

Chapter on preventing persons from moving before performers of prayers

Chapter on when to allow persons to move before performers of prayers

Chapter on travelers performing prayers in enclosed areas

Chapter on touching stones while praying

Chapter on organizing rows in congregational prayers

Chapter on putting one hand over the other during prayers

Chapter on supplication in morning prayers

Chapter on not to pray while needing to urinate/defecate

Chapter on waiting for timings of prayers and seeking to pray

Chapter on prostrating on one's hand

Chapter on clapping hands and moving heads during prayers

Chapter on catching up with imam who kneels

Chapter on glorifying and praising the Prophet

Chapter on summarizing the other chapters

Chapter on urging men to pray

10- Part on the two Feasts/Bairams:

Chapter on performing complete ablution in feasts and how to pray

Chapter on prayers before the sermons in feasts

Chapter on reading the Quran and praising the Lord in feast prayers

Chapter on disregarding feast prayers

Chapter on praying before/after feast prayers

Chapter on imams of feast prayers and waiting for the sermons

Chapter on fear prayers

11- Part on Qibla direction:

Chapter on moving away from Qibla direction while urinating/defecating

Chapter on having to urinate/defecate toward the Qibla direction

Chapter on not to spit toward the Qibla direction

Chapter on the importance of the Qibla direction

Chapter on the Prophet's mosque

Chapter on allowing women to enter into mosques

 

(Al-Um) authored by Al-Shafei (died in 204 A.H.):

Chapter on purification and complete ablution

Chapter on pure water and impure water

Chapter on stagnant water

Chapter on ejaculating semen and not to wash

Chapter on performing ablution using water brought by Christians

Chapter on water bowls to be used and those to be avoided in ablution

Chapter on avoiding leather bags of water in ablution  

Chapter on doubting ablution water

Chapter on performing ablution after foreplay and defecating

Chapter on performing ablution after urinating, farting, and defecating

Chapter on performing ablution after touching one's genitals

Chapter on performing ablution after eating

Chapter on washing moustaches

Chapter on cleaning genitals with water

Chapter on miswak

Chapter on washing hands before performing ablution

Chapter on cleaning one's nose and mouth with water

Chapter on washing one's hands

Chapter on washing one's face

Chapter on washing one's head

Chapter on washing one's feet

Chapter on praising performers of ablution

Chapter on order of washing body parts

Chapter on amount of ablution water

Chapter on praising the Lord while washing up

Chapter on not to use too much water in ablution

Chapter on cleaning one's socks with water during ablution

Chapter on when to clean one's socks

Chapter on who are to clean their socks

Chapter on not to clean one's socks

Chapter on when to perform complete ablution and when not

Chapter on pre-ejaculation fluid and complete ablution

Chapter on how to perform complete ablution

Chapter on those forgetting to clean their noses and mouths during complete ablution

Chapter on complete ablution and then ablution

Chapter on Tayammum during traveling and settling

Chapter on when to perform Tayammum

Chapter on intention of Tayammum

Chapter on how to perform Tayammum

Chapter on Tayammum with dust/sand

Chapter on mentioning the Lord's Name without ablution

Chapter on pure and impure piece of land

Chapter on unclean men and polytheists making lands impure

Chapter on unclean men and women

Chapter on clean and unclean clothes

Chapter on ejaculation of semen

Chapter on menstruation

Chapter on when to have sex or not with menstruating wives

Chapter on avoiding menstruating women

Chapter on not to allow menstruating women to pray

Chapter on not to allow menstruating women to pray missed prayers

Chapter on controversies regarding menstruating women

Chapter on refuting views on women menstruating less than three days

Chapter on menstruating women's blood

Chapter on prayers and their number and timings

Chapter on the five daily prayers

Chapter on who must perform prayers

Chapter on praying drunkards

Chapter on madmen and sinners who pray

Chapter on apostates who pray

Chapter on combining prayers together

Chapter on postponing noon prayers

Chapter on timing of dawn prayers

Chapter on timing of morning prayers

Chapter on timing of noon prayers

Chapter on timing of afternoon prayers

Chapter on timing of sunset prayers

Chapter on timing of night prayers

Chapter on different timings of prayers

Chapter on traveling and prayers

Chapter on praying while missing other prayers

Chapter on prayers of the ill ones

Chapter on prayers Azan/call

Chapter on Muezzins and their salaries

Chapter on timings of Azan

Chapter on phrases of Azan

Chapter on Azan in the Qibla direction

Chapter on not to talk during Azan

Chapter on combining prayers after Azan

Chapter on disregarding Azan

Chapter on raising voices during Azan

Chapter on repeating the Azan

Chapter on prayers clothes

Chapter on performing prayers in one garment all day

Chapter on performing prayers on garments not rugs

Chapter on not to pray naked

Chapter on choosing locations to pray

Chapter on praying near cattle and camels

Chapter on praying toward the Qibla direction

Chapter on praying indoors in houses

Chapter on admitting to one's mistaken views

Chapter on allowing one not to pray toward the Qibla direction

Chapter on prayers in the Kaaba Mosque

Chapter on intentions before prayers

Chapter on praising the Lord aloud before prayers

Chapter on those who pray without reading the Quran

Chapter on raising the hands before prayers

Chapter on reading the Quranic Chapter One during prayers  

Chapter on seeking refuge against Satan during prayers

Chapter on how to read Quranic verses during prayers

Chapter on praising the Lord before kneeling during prayers

Chapter on praising the Lord before prostrating during prayers

Chapter on praising the Lord after kneeling during prayers

Chapter on praising the Lord after prostrating during prayers

Chapter on how to prostrate properly

Chapter on  how to kneel properly

Chapter on praising the Lord between prostrations

Chapter on praising the Lord during prostrations

Chapter on standing after prostrations

Chapter on the testimony an praising the Prophet

Chapter on duration of Raqas and prostrations

Chapter on how to end prayers

Chapter on to talk or not while praying

Chapter on controversies concerning talking during prayers  

Chapter on imam's sermons after prayers

Chapter on imams leaving mosques

Chapter on prostrations when forgetting part of prayers

Chapter on prostrating while reading certain verses

Chapter on prostrating to thank the Lord

Chapter on additional prayers and hadiths about it

Chapter on one Raqa after night prayers

Chapter on day-times during which one is not to pray

Chapter on controversies about day-times during which one is not to pray

Chapter on congregational prayers

Chapter on preferring congregational prayers to praying alone

Chapter on excuses to miss congregational prayers

Chapter on congregational prayers without governor's permission

Chapter on governors as imams

Chapter on not to serve as imams for rebels against the caliphs

Chapter on congregational prayers at houses

Chapter on two men praying together without imams

Chapter on when men hate to act as imams

Chapter on imams' duties

Chapter on imams hated by the congregations

Chapter on facilitation by imams

Chapter on qualities and features of imams

Chapter on imams during traveling

Chapter on imams for strangers

Chapter on women as imams of men

Chapter on blind men as imams of men

Chapter on male slaves as imams of men

Chapter on non-Arabs as imams of men

Chapter on natural sons as imams of men

Chapter on pre-adolescent sons as imams of men

Chapter on imams who cannot recite the Quran properly

Chapter on impure imams because of ejaculation

Chapter on apostates as imams

Chapter on madmen as imams

Chapter on imams' stances and positions

Chapter on sitting imams because of ailment

Chapter on the distance between imams and congregations

Chapter on imams in upper chambers

Chapter on different intentions of imams and congregations

Chapter on men leaving the imam during prayers

Chapter on having two imams for one congregational prayer

Chapter on travelers' prayers

Chapter on combining prayers by travelers

Chapter on combining prayers without fear

Chapter on travelers who do not combine prayers

Chapter on where to pray while traveling

Chapter on never missing Friday congregational prayers

Chapter on the quorum or minimal number of men during congregational prayers

Chapter on those who perform Friday congregational prayers at home

Chapter on praying in two different mosques

Chapter on praying anywhere on earth

Chapter on timing of Friday noon congregational prayers

Chapter on timing of the Azan for Friday noon congregational prayers

Chapter on not to buy and sell during Friday congregational prayers

Chapter on moving hastily toward mosques before Friday congregational prayers

Chapter on preparations for Friday congregational prayers

Chapter on spending daytime on Fridays in long prayers

Chapter on entering mosques on Fridays at noon and the imam is preaching

Chapter on moving about within rows of people inside mosques

Chapter on yawning inside mosques

Chapter on imams and sermons

Chapter on sitting/standing imams and sermons

Chapter on sermons on Fridays

Chapter on reading the Quran within sermons

Chapter on how imams should deliver sermons

Chapter on things to be avoided in sermons

Chapter on listening attentively to sermons

Chapter on those who did not listen to sermons

Chapter on urging men to leave houses to attend congregational prayers

Chapter on leaving mosques while imams are preaching  

Chapter on reciting the Quran on Fridays 

Chapter on supplications and piety on Fridays

Chapter on not following imams during prayers

Chapter on ill imams and performers of prayers

Chapter on sick imams who cannot talk

Chapter on the grave sin of missing Friday congregational prayers  

Chapter on merits of Fridays

Chapter on forgetting Friday congregational prayers

Chapter on fear prayers

Chapter on how to perform fear prayers

Chapter on waiting for imams second times

Chapter on making fear prayers brief

Chapter on replacing imams in fear prayers  

Chapter on facing enemies during fear prayers

Chapter on when to perform fear prayers  

Chapter on holding arms while performing fear prayers

Chapter on soldiers wearing pure, clean garments while performing fear prayers

Chapter on choosing the most clean location for performing fear prayers

Chapter on what not to wear while performing fear prayers

Chapter on praying on backs of camels

Chapter on holding one's horse/camel reins while performing fear prayers

Chapter on fighting in the midst of performing fear prayers

Chapter on who, when, and where to perform fear prayers

Chapter on fears that entail performing fear prayers

Chapter on chasing enemies

Chapter on brief fear prayers

Chapter on Friday congregational prayers and feasts prayers in fear

Chapter on choosing imams for fear prayers

Chapter on feasts prayers

Chapter on acts of worship during and before feasts

Chapter on glorifying the Lord loudly in feasts

Chapter on complete ablution to prepare for feasts

Chapter on ornaments to prepare for feasts

Chapter on the night vigils before feasts

Chapter on riding horses to prepare for feasts

Chapter on moving in different ways before and after feast prayers

Chapter on merriment outdoors in feasts

Chapter on prayers before and after feasts

Chapter on prayers before sermons in feasts

Chapter on raising hands during feast prayers

Chapter on reading the Quran during feast prayers

Chapter on two sermons after feast prayers

Chapter on who must attend feast prayers

Chapter on listening attentively to the sermons after feast prayers  

Chapter on gatherings of people during feasts

 

(Al-Bokhary Collection of Hadiths) authored by Al-Bokhary (died in 256 A.H.):

Part on ablution before performing prayers:

Chapter on hadiths about ablution

Chapter on never to pray without ablution

Chapter on merits of ablution on the Last Day

Chapter on those in doubt of their ablution

Chapter on alleviating ablution

Chapter on exceeding in ablution

Chapter on washing one's face during ablution with one hand

Chapter on mentioning God's name during ablution and coitus

Chapter on supplications before entering bathrooms

Chapter on using water in bathrooms

Chapter on not to urinate and defecate in the Qibla direction

Chapter on defecating at homes

Chapter on defecating on bricks

Chapter on how women should defecate outside homes  

Chapter on cleaning one's genitals with water

Chapter on carrying water to perform ablution outside home

Chapter on carrying sheep while performing ablution

Chapter on not to clean one's genitals using the right hand

Chapter on not touching one's penis while urinating

Chapter on cleaning one's orifices with bricks

Chapter on not to use animal dung to clean oneself

Chapter on performing ablution twice or thrice

Chapter on using lots of water while performing ablution

Chapter on washing feet while performing ablution

Chapter on washing heels while performing ablution

Chapter on washing mouths while performing ablution

Chapter on washing noses while performing ablution

Chapter on washing socks while performing ablution

Chapter on using one's right hand to perform ablution

Chapter on performing ablution before prayers only

Chapter on ablution using water that cleaned one's hair/head

Chapter on cleaning pots seven times with water if dogs drink from them

Chapter on washing one's nether orifices before ablution 

Chapter on men performing ablution to one another

Chapter on not to read the Quran after urinating/defecating

Chapter on ablution for night prayers

Chapter on washing one's whole head in ablution  

Chapter on washing one's feet and calves in ablution

Chapter on washing one's mouth and nose at the same time

Chapter on washing one's head once in ablution

Chapter on man and wife performing ablution together

Chapter on how the Prophet poured his ablution water on a fainted man

 

Chapter on performing ablution using pieces of wood, bricks, stones, etc. with water

Chapter on performing ablution using water wells

Chapter on not to wash feet if they are clean

Chapter on performing ablution after eating certain food items

Chapter on washing one's mouth after eating certain food items

Chapter on performing ablution after waking up

Chapter on performing ablution after urinating/defecating

Chapter on performing ablution without urinating/defecating

Chapter on the grave sin of not to wash one's penis after urinating  

Chapter on cleaning one's penis after urinating

Chapter on how the Prophet and people let the man urinate inside the mosque  

Chapter on washing urine from the mosque floor using water

Chapter on urinating while standing and while sitting

Chapter on urine of young boys

Chapter on urinating behind walls in private

Chapter on urinating under trees owned by others

Chapter on cleaning blood of wounds

Chapter on cleaning semen from one's clothes

Chapter on miswak  

Chapter on cleaning clothes from urine of animals and cattle

Chapter on cleaning clothes from menstruation blood 

Chapter on cleaning water and ghee if tainted with blood or urine

Chapter on discarding water made impure with urine

Chapter on performing obligatory complete ablution for men after having sex

Chapter on not to stop praying if one's clothes are made impure suddenly

Chapter on cleaning one's clothes from running and bleeding nose and spit

Chapter on the grave sin of performing ablution using wine

Chapter on women dressing wounds of their fathers

Chapter on performing ablution before going to sleep

Chapter on complete ablution  

Chapter on performing ablution before complete ablution

Chapter on man and wife performing complete ablution together

Chapter on using large water pots to perform complete ablution

Chapter on washing one's head thrice in complete ablution

Chapter on wearing perfume before complete ablution

Chapter on performing complete ablution once a day

Chapter on cleaning one's mouth and nose in complete ablution

Chapter on washing hands with dust before complete ablution

Chapter on impure men's complete ablution after sex

Chapter on having sex with one's many wives at one night then performing one complete ablution

Chapter on complete ablution after pre-ejaculation fluid

Chapter on wearing perfume after complete ablution

Chapter on washing one's hair thoroughly in complete ablution

Chapter on complete ablution avoiding body parts of ablution

Chapter on Tayammum instead of complete ablution

Chapter on washing one's hands first before complete ablution after having sex

Chapter on complete ablution using right hands and washing the right side of the body first

Chapter on complete ablution while naked outdoors alone

Chapter on why complete ablution is better indoors

Chapter on not to allow people to see one naked during complete ablution

Chapter on complete ablution for women after sexual arousal

Chapter on sweat of impure Muslim men as never a source of impurity

Chapter on allowing impure men, after sex, to go to markets, etc.

Chapter on sleeping of impure men before complete ablution

Chapter on allowing impure men to stay at home without complete ablution

Chapter on allowing impure men to perform ablution before sleep  

Chapter on performing complete ablution when a man's penis touches vaginas of his wives

Chapter on washing vaginas of women

Chapter on menstruation

Chapter on why God ordained menstruation for women

Chapter on impure women serving and washing their husbands

Chapter on men putting their heads on the laps of their menstruating wives

Chapter on men's foreplay with menstruating wives  

Chapter on not to allow menstruating women to fast

Chapter on not to allow menstruating women to circle the Kaaba

Chapter on washing menstruation blood from clothes

Chapter on menstruating women staying inside mosques

Chapter on not to pray in clothes with menstruating blood

Chapter on complete ablution for menstruating women

Chapter on wearing perfumes for menstruating women

Chapter on washing hair of menstruating women

Chapter on menstruating women during Hajj and Umrah

Chapter on stopping menstruation

Chapter on not to allow menstruating women to perform prayers

Chapter on sleeping with menstruating wives in full clothes

Chapter on menstruating women and feasts

Chapter on changing clothes of menstruating women

Chapter on the three-month period for widows and divorced women

Chapter on menstruating women being taken ill

Chapter on sweat of menstruating women

Chapter on menstruating women and pilgrimage rituals

Chapter on women who give birth and still bleeding

Chapter on Tayammum

Chapter on not finding water nor dust

Chapter on Tayammum for the face and hands only

Chapter on material used for Tayammum

Chapter on not to perform complete ablution lest an ill man dies

Chapter on Islamic prayers

Chapter on prayers ordained by God during the Night-Journey of the Prophet

Chapter on wearing clothes before prayers and not to pray naked

Chapter on wearing full and buttoned clothes before prayers

Chapter on praying while wearing one garment

Chapter on praying while wearing tight-fitting garments

Chapter on not to pray with revealing clothes in public

Chapter on praying while wearing Levantine garments

Chapter on hating to pray naked alone

Chapter on wearing trousers, shirts, headwear, etc. during prayers

Chapter on covering one's genitals before prayers

Chapter on not to allow men to pray naked

Chapter on covering men's upper legs during prayers

Chapter on what women must wear before prayers

Chapter on not to wear showing clothes during prayers

Chapter on not to wear silk clothes while praying

Chapter on not to wear red garments while praying

Chapter on praying on wooden roofs and pulpits

Chapter on one's clothes touching one's wife while praying

Chapter on praying on reed rugs

Chapter on velvet pieces of cloth

Chapter on praying in bed

Chapter on garments on the floor in hot weather

Chapter on praying while wearing shoes

Chapter on praying while wearing socks

Chapter on not fulfilling prostration

Chapter on revealing one's legs while praying 

Chapter on merits of moving toward Qibla direction

Chapter on Kaaba directions of Levantine people, Eastern people, and Yathreb people

Chapter on the station of Abraham

Chapter on moving toward Qibla direction wherever we are

Chapter on hadiths about Qibla directions

Chapter on not to spit inside mosques

Chapter on not to spit on prayers' rugs

Chapter on not to spit during prayers

Chapter on spitting in the left direction

Chapter on not to bury spit in the sand of mosques

Chapter on removing spit with one's clothes

Chapter on imams preaching piety during prayers

Chapter on naming mosques after people's names

Chapter on hanging torches inside mosques

Chapter on eating banquets inside mosques

Chapter on holding courts by judges inside mosques to try men and women

Chapter on praying at home without spying on someone

Chapter on specifying a chamber at home as a mosque

Chapter on entering mosques with one's right foot first

Chapter on not to pray in graveyards of polytheists and not to build mosques on them

Chapter on not to pray in stables and stys

Chapter on not to pray near camels

Chapter on not to pray before fire or furnace like Mages

Chapter on never to pray in graveyards

Chapter on prayers during eclipses

Chapter on hadiths of the Prophet on praying anywhere on Earth

Chapter on men sleeping inside mosques

Chapter on women sleeping inside mosques

Chapter on travelers praying when settling down

Chapter on praying two Raqas upon entering mosques

Chapter on urinating/defecating inside mosques

Chapter on how mosques must be built

Chapter on cooperation in building mosques

Chapter on hiring carpenters and masons in building mosques

Chapter on hadiths about building mosques

Chapter on not to compose or recite poems inside mosques

Chapter on passing by mosques

Chapter on not to enter mosques while armed with swords

Chapter on not to enter mosques while armed with spears

Chapter on sweeping floors of mosques

Chapter on not to sell wine inside mosques

Chapter on not to tie captured ones inside mosques

Chapter on converts to Islam that must perform complete ablution

Chapter on pitching tents for ill people inside mosques

Chapter on not to allow camels inside mosques

Chapter on gates and doors of mosques and the Kaaba

Chapter on not to allow polytheists inside mosques

Chapter on not to raise one's voice inside mosques

Chapter on how to sit inside mosques

Chapter on not to build mosques within routes to annoy others

Chapter on building mosques beside markets

Chapter on building mosques on traveling routes

Chapter on holding one's fingers inside mosques

Chapter on imams clothes amidst congregations

Chapter on the distance between imams and congregations

Chapter on outdoors congregational prayers

Chapter on praying before cattle or sheep

Chapter on praying inside Mecca

Chapter on praying before trees and poles

Chapter on praying alone

Chapter on praying before camels/horses

Chapter on praying before beds

Chapter on preventing men passing before those who pray

Chapter on the sin of passing before those who pray

Chapter on receiving guests while praying

Chapter on praying before sleeping person

Chapter on praying before women

Chapter on not to stop prayers for any reason

Chapter on allowing small female children to ride those who pray

Chapter on praying before beds of menstruating women

Chapter on winking at one's wife before prostrating in prayers

Chapter on women removing anything harmful to praying men

Chapter on timings of prayers

Chapter on merits of timings of prayers

Chapter on piety in prayers

Chapter on pledging allegiance on performing prayers

Chapter on five daily prayers as atonement

Chapter on praying on time regularly

Chapter on missing prayers

Chapter on supplicating to God during prayers

Chapter on washing one's head before noon prayers in hot weather

Chapter on washing one's head before noon prayers while traveling

Chapter on how not to miss noon prayers

Chapter on allowing one to perform noon prayers shortly before the afternoon prayers

Chapter on timing of the afternoon prayers

Chapter on the grave sin of missing the afternoon prayers

Chapter on the merits of the afternoon prayers

Chapter on performing the afternoon prayers shortly before sunset

Chapter on timing of sunset prayers

Chapter on not to perform sunset prayers shortly before night ones

Chapter on performing night prayers

Chapter on merits of performing night prayers

Chapter on hating to sleep without performing night prayers

Chapter on night prayers in midnight

Chapter on the timing of dawn prayers

Chapter on the merits of dawn prayers

Chapter on missing Raqas

Chapter on missing dawn prayers with sunrise

Chapter on performing missing prayers at the afternoon

Chapter on praying earlier in cloudy days

Chapter on additional prayers after dawn and afternoon prayers

Chapter on Azan after the time passes

Chapter on congregational prayers after the time passes

Chapter on performing missed prayers anytime

Chapter on hating to stay up after night prayers

Chapter on staying up only to study hadiths and fiqh

Chapter on inviting guests after night prayers

Chapter on Azan/call to prayers

Chapter on phrases of Azan

Chapter on how to utter Azan

Chapter on merits of Azan

Chapter on uttering Azan in a loud voice

Chapter on stopping violence because of Azan

Chapter on not to talk when hearing Azan

Chapter on supplicating to God during Azan

Chapter on blind men uttering Azan

Chapter on the time space between Azan and prayers

Chapter on Azan for traveling groups

Chapter on Azan for traveling groups in hot, rainy, and cold weather

Chapter on imitating Azan word by word

Chapter on missing prayers after hearing Azan

Chapter on imams and Azan

Chapter on moving reverently and slowly toward mosques

Chapter on not to leave mosques unless in cases of emergency 

Chapter on obeying imams inside mosques

Chapter on not to talk during sermons and Azan

Chapter on praying hurriedly after Azan

Chapter on merits of congregational prayers

Chapter on merits of dawn congregational prayers

Chapter on merits of morning congregational prayers

Chapter on merits of noon congregational prayers

Chapter on merits of afternoon congregational prayers

Chapter on merits of sunset congregational prayers

Chapter on merits of night congregational prayers

Chapter on considering two men as quorum for congregations 

Chapter on waiting inside mosques for the next prayers

Chapter on ill men joining congregational prayers

Chapter on hadiths about merits of congregational prayers in mosques

Chapter on praying while it is raining

Chapter on sermons of imams during rainfall

Chapter on not to pray additional prayers after Azan

Chapter on timings of prayers and meal times

Chapter on hearing Azan while eating

Chapter on stopping one's errands to pray

Chapter on teaching people Sunna hadiths in sermons in mosques

Chapter on sitting beside imams in mosques

Chapter on how to choose imams

Chapter on choosing between two imams as per hadiths of the Prophet narrated by Aisha

Chapter on choosing among equal imams in rank by their older age

Chapter on imams visiting people to make them pray

Chapter on imams stepping aside for other imams

Chapter on imitating imams in prayers as per hadiths of Anas

Chapter on not to precede the imam in prayers

Chapter on male slaves as imams

Chapter on heretics/apostates being imams

Chapter on moving to the left of imams during prayers

Chapter on moving to the right of imams during prayers

Chapter on long sermons of imams

Chapter on brief prayers of imams

Chapter on long prayers only when one prays alone

Chapter on complaints against imams who pray longer than necessary

Chapter on perfecting one's prayers

Chapter on making prayers brief when babies cry

Chapter on imams who prayed alone before praying with others

Chapter on imams weeping during prayers

Chapter on setting neat rows in congregational prayers

Chapter on the merits of the first row

Chapter on imams never listening to people

Chapter on setting neat rows as per of perfect prayers

Chapter on the sin of disrupting neat rows

Chapter on not to move to the left of the congregation

Chapter on imams praying before curtains or walls

Chapter on night prayers

Chapter on how to begin prayers with praising the Lord

Chapter on one woman making one row

Chapter on men's feet touching in rows

Chapter on moving only to the right inside mosques

Chapter on raising one's hands in prayers in every Raqa

Chapter on putting one's right hand on the left hand

Chapter on observing piety and concentration during prayers

Chapter on not to look upwards while praying

Chapter on not to look to the sky while praying

Chapter on not to look left or right while praying

Chapter on not to spit in the Qibla direction

Chapter on when to pray in silence or in loud voices in congregations while traveling to in towns

Chapter on how to recite the Quran within the dawn prayers

Chapter on how to recite the Quran within the morning prayers

Chapter on how to recite the Quran within the noon prayers

Chapter on how to recite the Quran within the afternoon prayers

Chapter on how to recite the Quran within the sunset prayers

Chapter on how to recite the Quran within the night prayers

Chapter on loud voices in sunset congregational prayers

Chapter on loud voices in night congregational prayers

Chapter on reading verses while prostrations in night congregational prayers 

Chapter on lengthening the first two Raqas and shortening the last two within night congregational prayers

Chapter on reciting the Quran aloud in dawn congregational prayers

Chapter on verses to read in each prayers

Chapter on praying silently in noon and afternoon prayers

Chapter on saying (Ameen) aloud by imams and others

Chapter on kneeling before other in the same row

Chapter on praising the Lord while prostrating and kneeling

Chapter on putting one's hands on knees while kneeling

Chapter on missing kneeling in congregational prayers

Chapter on setting one's back straight while kneeling

Chapter on sitting still when praying

Chapter on supplicating God while prostrating

Chapter on utterings to say while praying

Chapter on prostrating the right way

Chapter on praising the lord while prostrating

Chapter on sitting in the Qibla direction

Chapter on faulty prostration 

Chapter on prostrating on seven bones of the human body

Chapter on noses touching the ground while prostrating  

Chapter on prostrating on mud and dust

Chapter on tying one's garments before praying

Chapter on supplicating and glorifying God while kneeling and prostrating 

Chapter on covering one's hair during prayers

Chapter on time space between two prostrations 

Chapter on not spreading one's arms during prostration

Chapter on sitting and standing during prayers

Chapter on how to stand upright during prayers

Chapter on praising the Lord aloud during prayers

Chapter on sitting while uttering the testimony in prayers

Chapter on obligatory testimony in prayers

Chapter on repeating testimony in prayers

Chapter on supplicating God before ending prayers

Chapter on supplicating God after uttering the testimony

Chapter on forgetting to wash the front and nose before prayers

Chapter on how to end prayers by the word of peace

Chapter on following the imam in ending prayers

Chapter on disregarding imams in ending prayers

Chapter on glorifying God after prayers

Chapter on talking to imams after prayers

Chapter on talking to the congregations after prayers

Chapter on not to eat onions and garlic before entering words

Chapter on spitting after prayers to the left and to the right

Chapter on how boys are to perform ablution

Chapter on not allowing women to pray in mosques at night

Chapter on waiting for imams to finish prayers

Chapter on women praying behind men

Chapter on wives taking permission from husbands before praying inside mosques 

Chapter on Friday congregational prayers

Chapter on wearing perfumes on Fridays

Chapter on performing complete ablution on Fridays

Chapter on obligatory noon congregational prayers on Fridays

Chapter on wearing the best clothes to mosques

Chapter on using miswak on Fridays

Chapter on not to use miswak of other men

Chapter on reciting the Quran after dawn prayers on Fridays

Chapter on Friday congregational prayers in cities and villages

Chapter on complete ablution for women and boys on Fridays

Chapter on not to attend noon prayers in Fridays when it is raining

Chapter on missing sunset prayers on Fridays

Chapter on missing noon prayers on Fridays in hot weather

Chapter on walking to mosques on Fridays 

Chapter on Azan of congregational prayers on Fridays  

Chapter on reconciling with other men on Fridays

Chapter on imams uttering one Azan on Fridays

Chapter on imams sitting while uttering Azan on Fridays

Chapter on sermons on Fridays

Chapter on delivering sermons while sitting

Chapter on delivering sermons while standing

Chapter on listening attentively to imams' sermons

Chapter on how to deliver sermons

Chapter on how to decide duration of sermons

Chapter on the sin of missing the sermons

Chapter on raising one's hands during sermons

Chapter on imploring God for rain on Fridays 

Chapter on praying after and before noon prayers on Fridays

Chapter on the lucky hour of answered prayers on Fridays

Chapter on people hating imams' sermons

Chapter on working after Friday congregational prayers

Chapter on siesta during the afternoons on Fridays

Chapter on fear prayers

Chapter on fear prayers while riding, standing  or walking

Chapter on keeping guards while others perform fear prayers

Chapter on fear prayers during battle and facing the enemies 

Chapter on early prayers in the morning during wars

Chapter on prayers during feasts

Chapter on wearing ornaments during feasts

Chapter on wars during feasts

Chapter on breakfast in feasts

Chapter on slaughtering animals in feasts

Chapter on Sunna hadiths on feasts

Chapter on walking to mosques and not riding to reach them

Chapter on praying without Azan

Chapter on sermons after feast prayers

Chapter on hating to hold arms during feasts

Chapter on waking up early during feasts

Chapter on acts of worship during feasts

Chapter on feast after Arafat Mount day during pilgrimage

Chapter on menstruating women who perform feasts prayers 

Chapter on carrying cattle and sheep before imams in feasts 

Chapter on allowing boys to pray in feasts

Chapter on receiving imams warmly in feasts

Chapter on urging men to pray feast prayers

Chapter on urging women to pray feast prayers

Chapter on not to allow menstruating women to pray during feasts

Chapter on not to allow women to pray during feasts if they have no new garments

Chapter on slaughtering sacrificial animals during feasts 

Chapter on not to talk during sermons of feasts

Chapter on going home using different ways after feast prayers

Chapter on missing feasts prayers

Chapter on acts of worship after and before feasts prayers

Chapter on eating before slaughtering sacrificial animals during feasts

Chapter on prostrating when reading certain Quranic verses

Chapter on why one should prostrate when reading certain Quranic verses

Chapter on reasons behind prostrations in every case while reciting these verses

Chapter on prostrating in the presence of polytheists

Chapter on crowded mosques when prostrating together

Chapter on prostrating when hearing these verses

Chapter on refuting those who dislike prostrating when hearing these verses

Chapter on difficulty in prostrating in public

Chapter on combining prayers

Chapter on conditions of combining prayers

Chapter on combining prayers during pilgrimage

Chapter on how the Prophet performed pilgrimage

Chapter on combining prayers when traveling

Chapter on combining prayers on backs of camels and horses when traveling

Chapter on three Raqas of sunset prayers when traveling

Chapter on prostrating on backs of camels and horses

Chapter on prostrating on backs of donkeys

Chapter on when not to combine prayers during travels

Chapter on additional prayers

Chapter on combining sunset and night prayers

Chapter on additional prayers while riding on donkeys

Chapter on Azan while traveling and combining prayers

Chapter on combining noon and afternoon prayers

Chapter on praying while sitting

Chapter on praying while lying down

Chapter on Tayammum when praying while traveling

Chapter on merits of praying in Mecca and Yathreb

Chapter on praying in Qibaa mosque

Chapter on walking and riding to Qibaa mosque  

Chapter on the paradise between pulpit and tomb of the Prophet in Yathreb

Chapter on merits of praying inside the Jerusalem mosque

Chapter on not to talk with others during prayers

Chapter on men praising the Lord while praying

Chapter on not to focus on others while praying in crowded places

Chapter on clapping hands of women during prayers

Chapter on women calling their sons during prayers

Chapter on removing stones from sands while praying

Chapter on praying on prayer rugs

Chapter on retreating few steps back while praying

Chapter on what to do when horses/camels move away while praying

Chapter on not to spit or hoot while praying

Chapter on not to allow men to clap their hands while prating

Chapter on not to respond to talking men while praying

Chapter on not to raise one's hands during prayers

Chapter on avoiding distractions during prayers

Chapter on forgetting Raqas during prayers

Chapter on forgetting to utter the testimony

Chapter on forgetting to praise the Lord loudly before prayers

Chapter on forgetting to prostrate after missing parts of prayers

Chapter on forgetting the number of Raqas for those who pray while sitting

Chapter on forgetting within five daily prayers and additional prayers

Chapter on listening to those talking to one who is praying

Chapter on making signs to other w while praying  


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