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360 Bukhaari , Abu Daawood, Nasaa'i & Ibn al-Jaarood. The addition is not shaadhdh (odd) as Tuwaijiri thinks.

361 Nasaa'i & Tahaawi with a saheeh isnaad.

362 Ibn al-Mubaarak in az-Zuhd (162/1 from al-Kawaakib 575), Abu Daawood & Ahmad with a saheeh isnaad.

363 Muslim & Maalik.

364 Abu Daawood & Tirmidhi, who declared it saheeh.

365 Bukhaari & Abu Daawood.

366 Bukhaari in Af'aal al-'Ibaad with a saheeh isnaad.

367 In the section on "Recitation of one verse at a time".

368 Tarjee' -explained as a vibrating tone by Ibn Hajar; Manaawi said: "It arises from a feeling of joy & happiness, which he (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) felt a good deal on the day of the conquest of Makkah."

369 Bukhaari & Muslim.

370 ibid. Ibn Hajar said in his commentary on "aaa (| | |)", "this is a hamzah with a fathah, followed by a silent alif, followed by another hamzah." Shaikh 'Ali al-Qaari quoted likewise from others and then said: "It is obvious that this is three prolonged alifs."

371 Bukhaari as ta'leeq, Abu Daawood, Darimi, Haakim and Tammaam al-Raazi with two saheeh isnaads. NOTE: This hadeeth was turned round by one of the narrators, who narrated it as "beautify your voices with the Qur'aan". This is a mistake in narration and understanding, and whoever declared it saheeh is submerged in error, for it contradicts the authentic explanatory narrations in this section. In fact, it is a prime example of a maqloob hadeeth, and the details of this brief note are in Silsilah al-Ahaadeeth ad-Da'eefah (no. 5328).

372 A saheeh hadeeth transmitted by Ibn al Mubarak in az-Zuhd (162/1 from al-Kawaakib 575), Daarimi, Ibn Nasr, Tabaraani, Abu Nu'aim in Akhbaar Isbahaan and Diyaa' in al-Mukhtaarah.

373 Daarimi & Ahmad with a saheeh isnaad.

374 Abu Daawood and Haakim who declared it saheeh and Dhahabi agreed.

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