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450 Abu Daawood & Nasaa'i with a saheeh isnaad.

451 Abu Daawood & Tirmidhi, who declared it saheeh, as did Ibn al- Mulaqqin (27/2) it is given in al-Irwaa, (309).

452 Abu Daawood & Ahmad with saheeh isnaad.

453 Ibn Khuzaimah (1/10/1) with a hasan isnaad.

454 Daaraqutni, Tabaraani (3/140/1) & Abu Nu'aim in Akhbaar Isbahaan.

455 Baihaqi with a saheeh isnaad. Ibn Abi Shaibah (1/82/2) & Siraaj have related the pointing of the toes in a different narration.

456 Bukhaari & Abu Daawood. Ibn Sa'd (4/157) related from Ibn 'Umar that he liked to point whatever of his body he could towards the qiblah when praying, even his thumbs.

457 Tahaawi, Ibn Khuzaimah (no. 654) & Haakim, who declared it saheeh and Dhahabi agreed.

458 Baihaqi with a saheeh isnaad.

459 Tirmidhi & Siraaj; Haakim declared it saheeh and Dhahabi agreed.

460 This movement of the hand was deduced from the grammar of the 'Arabic text. (Fath al-Baari)

461 i.e. to draw them in and prevent them from being scattered, meaning to gather the garment or hair with the hands for rukoo' and sujood. (Nihaayah). This forbiddance is not only during prayer; the majority of scholars include tucking in the hair and garments before prayer in the prohibition. This is further strengthened by his forbidding men to pray with their hair tied, which follows later.

462 Bukhaari & Muslim. It is given in al-Irwaa' (310).

463 Muslim, Abu 'Awaanah & Ibn Hibbaan.

464 i.e. tied up or plaited.

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