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465 Muslim, Abu 'Awaanah & Ibn Hibbaan. Ibn al-Atheer says, "The meaning of this hadeeth is that were his hair loose, it would fall on the ground when in sajdah; hence, the man would be rewarded for the prostration of the hair. However, if the hair is tied, it is effectively as though it did not prostrate, for he compared him to someone whose hands are shackled together, since they would then not lie on the ground in sajdah."

It would seem that this instruction is limited to men and does not apply to women, as Shawkaani has quoted from Ibn al- 'Arabi.

466 Abu Daawood & Tirmidhi, who declared it hasan; Ibn Khuzaimah & Ibn Hibbaan declared it saheeh. See Saheeh Abi Daawood (653).

467 Bukhaari & Abu Daawood.

468 Bukhaari & Muslim. It is given in Irwaa' (359).

469 Muslim, Abu 'Awaanah & Ibn Hibbaan.

470 Abu Daawood & Ibn Maajah with a hasan isnaad.

471 Muslim & Abu 'Awaanah.

472 Bukhaari, Muslim, Abu Daawood & Ahmad.

473 Ahmad & Tirmidhi, who declared it saheeh.

474 Ibn Khuzaimah (1/80/2), al-Maqdisi in al-Mukhtaarah & Haakim, who declared it saheeh and Dhahabi agreed.

475 Ahmad, Abu Daawood, Ibn Maajah, Daaraqutni, Tahaawi, Bazzaar, & Tabaraani in Mu'jam al-Kabeer on the authority of seven different Companions. See also the note on this dhikr under "Rukoo'".

476 See the previous note on this under "Rukoo'"also.

477 Saheeh, transmitted by Abu Daawood, Daaraqutni, Ahmad, Tabaraani & Baihaqi.

478 Muslim & Abu 'Awaanah.

479 Bukhaari & Muslim.

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