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480 Muslim, Abu 'Awaanah, Tahaawi & Daaraqutni.

481 Muslim & Abu 'Awaanah.

482 Ibn Nasr, Bazzaar & Haakim, who declared it saheeh but Dhahabi disagreed, however, it has a support which is mentioned in the manuscript version.

483 Abu Daawood & Nasaa'i, with a saheeh isnaad.

484 Muslim, Abu 'Awaanah, Nasaa'i & Ibn Nasr.

485 Ibn Abi Shaibah (62/112/1) & Nasaa'i ; Haakim declared it saheeh and Dhahabi agreed.

486 Muslim, Abu 'Awaanah & Ibn Abi Shaibah (12/106/2, 112/1).

487 ibid.

488 Muslim, Abu 'Awaanah & Baihaqi . It is given in Irwaa' (456).

489 Nasaa'i, Ibn 'Asaakir (4/257/1-2) & Haakim, who declared it saheeh and Dhahabi agreed.

490 Ibn Khuzaimah in his Saheeh, with a hasan isnaad from Ibn Mas'ood (887) & Baihaqi in mursal form. Ibn Khuzaimah prefixed it with, "Chapter: evidence that gesturing which is understood during prayer neither invalidates nor spoils the prayer" - this action is one which the People of Opinion have prohibited! In this regard, there are also ahaadeeth in Bukhaari, Muslim and others.

491 i.e. its colour is pure black, with no other colours mixed with it. (Nihaayah)

492 the whiteness refers to that part of the horse where chains and bangles are put, including the lower legs but not the knees.

493 i.e. the shining of the face due to the light of sujood.

494 i.e. the shining of the parts covered in ablution: the face, hands and feet. The shining marks of ablution on the face, hands and legs of humans is compared to the whiteness of a horse's face and legs.

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