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585 Nasaa'i, Tahaawi, Abu Sa'eed bin al-'Arabi in al-Mu'jam (79/2) with a saheeh sanad. Ibn al-Qayyim gave its source as Muhammad bin Ishaaq as-Siraaj in Jalaa' al-Afhaam (pp. 14- 15) and then declared it saheeh. This wording includes both 'Ibraaheem' and 'the family of Ibraaheem', something overlooked by both Ibn al-Qayyim & his teacher Ibn Taymiyyah, as explained above.

586 Abu Daawood & Ahmad with a saheeh isnaad.

587 a famous grammarian and scholar of the 'Arabic language of the second century AH.

588 which is preserved in the Zaahiriyyah Library in Damascus.

589 Nasaa'i, Ahmad & Tabaraani with various isnaads from Ibn Mas'ood - the details are given in as-Saheehah (878) - and there is a supporting hadeeth of Ibn az-Zubair in Majma' az- Zawaa'id (2/142).

590 Bukhaari & Muslim.

591 Abu Ya'laa in his Musnad (284/2) with a good isnaad. It is given in Silsilah al-Ahaadeeth as-Saheehah (604).

592 Bukhaari & Abu Daawood.

593 ibid.

594 Abu 'Awaanah & Nasaa'i with a saheeh sanad.

595 literally, "as one who kneads dough."

596 Harbi in Ghareeb al-Hadeeth; its meaning is found in Bukhaari and Abu Daawood. As for the hadeeth, he forbade that a man should support himself with his hand when getting up during prayer", it is munkar and not authentic, as I have explained in Silsilah al-Ahaadeeth ad-Da'eefah (967).

597 Qunoot: carries several meanings, e.g. humility, devotion. What is meant here is the special supplication while standing during prayer.

598 Bukhaari & Ahmad.

599 ibid.

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