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255 Bukhaari & Muslim.

256 see the sections on his recitation in Friday prayer and the two 'Eid prayers.

257 Bukhaari & Abu Daawood.

258 Bukhaari & Muslim.

259 'Abdul Haqq said in Tahajjud (90/1): "As for voluntary prayers during the day, there is nothing authentic from him (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) regarding either quiet or loud recitation, but it would seem that he used to recite quietly during them. It is reported from him (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) that once, during the daytime, he passed by 'Abdullaah ibn Hudhaafah who was praying and reciting loudly, so he said to him: O 'Abdullaah, let Allaah hear, not us. But this hadeeth is not strong."

260 Muslim & Bukhaari in Af'aal al-'Ibaad.

261 Abu Daawood & Tirmidhi in Shamaa'il with a hasan isnaad. The hadeeth means that he (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) used to moderate between quietness and loudness.

262 Nasaa'i, Tirmidhi in Shamaa'il & Baihaqi in Dalaa'il with a hasan isnaad.

263 Abu Daawood & Haakim , who declared it saheeh, and Dhahabi agreed.

264 ibid.

265 The last seventh of the Qur'aan, beginning with soorah Qaaf (no. 50) according to the soundest view, as before.

266 Nasaa'i & Ahmad with a saheeh isnaad.

267 Ahmad, Ibn Khuzaimah (1/69/1) & Haakim who declared it saheeh and Dhahabi agreeed.

268 Bukhaari & Muslim.

269 Muslim & Tirmidhi. It is given along with the next one in Irwaa' (345).

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