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Found In: Sahih Bukhari Chapter No: 33, Retiring to a Mosque for Remembrance of Allah (Itikaf)
Hadith no: 243  Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Aisha
(the wife of the Prophet) The Prophet used to practice Itikaf in the last ten days of Ramadan till he died and then his wives used to practice Itikaf after him.
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Found In: Sahih Bukhari Chapter No: 33, Retiring to a Mosque for Remembrance of Allah (Itikaf)
Hadith no: 244  Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Abu Said Al-Khudri
Allah's Apostle used to practice Itikaf in the middle ten days of Ramadan and once he stayed in Itikaf till the night of the twenty-first and it was the night in the morning of which he used to come out of his Itikaf. The Prophet said, "Whoever was in Itikaf with me should stay in Itikaf for the last ten days, for I was informed (of the date) of the Night (of Qadr) but I have been caused to forget it. (In the dream) I saw myself prostrating in mud and water in the morning of that night. So, look for it in the last ten nights and in the odd ones of them." It rained that night and the roof of the mosque dribbled as it was made of leaf stalks of date-palms. I saw with my own eyes the mark of mud and water on the forehead of the Prophet (i.e. in the morning of the twenty-first).
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Found In: Sahih Bukhari Chapter No: 33, Retiring to a Mosque for Remembrance of Allah (Itikaf)
Hadith no: 250  Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Aisha
The Prophet intended to practice Itikaf and when he reached the place where he intended to perform Itikaf, he saw some tents, the tents of 'Aisha, Hafsa and Zainab. So, he said, "Do you consider that they intended to do righteousness by doing this?" And then he went away and did not perform Itikaf (in Ramadan) but performed it in the month of Shawwal for ten days.
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Found In: Sahih Bukhari Chapter No: 32, Night Prayer in Ramadaan (Taraweeh)
Hadith no: 235  Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Abu Said Al-Khudri
Allah's Apostle used to practice Itikaf (in the mosque) in the middle third of Ramadan and after passing the twenty nights he used to go back to his house on the 21st, and the people who were in Itikaf with him also used to go back to their houses. Once in Ramadan, in which he practiced Itikaf, he established the night prayers at the night in which he used to return home, and then he addressed the people and ordered them whatever Allah wished him to order and said, "I used to practice Itikaf for these ten days (i.e. the middle 113rd but now I intend to stay in Itikaf for the last ten days (of the month); so whoever was in Itikaf with me should stay at his place of seclusion. I have verily been shown (the date of) this Night (of Qadr) but I have forgotten it. So search for it in the odd nights of the last ten days (of this month). I also saw myself (in the dream) prostrating in mud and water." On the night of the 21st, the sky was covered with clouds and it rained, and the rain-water started leaking through the roof of the mosque at the praying place of the Prophet. I saw with my own eyes the Prophet at the completion of the morning prayer leaving with his face covered with mud and water.
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Found In: Sahih Bukhari Chapter No: 33, Retiring to a Mosque for Remembrance of Allah (Itikaf)
Hadith no: 257  Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Amra bint Abdur Rahman
from Aisha, Allah's Apostle (SAW) used to practice Itikaf every year in the month of Ramadan. And after offering the morning prayer, he used to enter the place of his Itikaf. Aisha asked his permission to let her practice Itikaf and he allowed her, and so she pitched a tent in the mosque. When Hafsa heard of that, she also pitched a tent (for herself), and when Zainab heard of that, she too pitched another tent. When, in the morning, Allah's Apostle had finished the morning prayer, he saw four tents and asked, "What is this?" He was informed about it. He then said, "What made them do this? Is it righteousness? Remove the tents, for I do not want to see them." So, the tents were removed. The Prophet did not perform Itikaf that year in the month of Ramadan, but did it in the last ten days of Shawwal.
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Found In: Imam Malik's Muwatta Chapter No: 19, Itikaf in Ramadan
Hadith no: 8  Report Mistake   Permalink
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Malik was asked whether someone who went into a mosque to do Itikaf for the last ten days of Ramadan and stayed there for a day or two but then became ill and left the mosque, had to do Itikaf for the number of days that were left from the ten, or not, and if he did have to do so, then what month should he do it in, and he replied, "He should make up whatever he has to do of the Itikaf when he recovers, whether in Ramadan or otherwise. I have heard that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, once wanted to do Itikaf in Ramadan, but then came back without having done so, and then when Ramadan had gone, he did Itikaf for ten days in Shawwal. Some one who does Itikaf voluntarily in Ramadan and some one who has to do Itikaf are in the same position regarding what is halal for them and what is haram. I have not heard that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, ever did Itikaf other than voluntarily." Malik said, that if a woman did Itikaf and then menstruated during her Itikaf, she went back to her house, and, when she was pure again she returned to the mosque, at whatever time it was that she became pure. She then continued her Itikaf from where she left off. This was the same situation as with a woman who had to fast two consecutive months, and who menstruated and then became pure. She then continued the fast from where she had left off and did not delay doing so.
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Found In: Imam Malik's Muwatta Chapter No: 19, Itikaf in Ramadan
Hadith no: 3  Report Mistake   Permalink
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Yahya related to me from Malik that he had asked Ibn Shihab whether someone doing Itikaf could go into a house to relieve himself, and he said, "Yes, there is no harm in that." Malik said, "The situation that we are all agreed upon here is that there is no disapproval of anyone doing Itikaf in a mosque where jumua is held. The only reason I see for disapproving of doing Itikaf in a mosque where jumua is not held is that the man doing Itikaf would have to leave the mosque where he was doing Itikaf in order to go to jumua, or else not go there at all. If, however, he is doing Itikaf in a mosque where jumua is not held, and he does not have to go to jumua in any other mosque, then I see no harm in him doing Itikaf there, because Allah, the Blessed and Exalted, says, 'While you are doing Itikaf in mosques,' and refers to all mosques in general, without specifying any particular kind." Malik continued, "Accordingly, it is permissiblefor a man to do Itikaf in a mosque where jumua is not held if he does not have to leave it to go to a mosque where jumua is held." Malik said, "A person doing Itikaf should spend the night only in the mosque where he is doing Itikaf, except if his tent is in one of the courtyards of the mosque. I have never heard that someone doing Itikaf can put up a shelter anywhere except in the mosque itself or in one of the courtyards of the mosque. Part of what shows that he must spend the night in the mosque is the saying of A'isha, 'When the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, was doing Itikaf, he would only go into the house to relieve himself.' Nor should he do Itikaf on the roof of the mosque or in the minaret." Malik said, "The person who is going to do Itikaf should enter the place where he wishes to do Itikaf before the sun sets on the night when he wishes to begin his Itikaf, so that he is ready to begin the Itikaf at the beginning of the night when he is going to start his Itikaf. A person doing Itikaf should be occupied with his Itikaf, and not turn his attention to other things which might occupy him, such as trading or whatever. There is no harm, however, if some one doing Itikaf tells some one to do something for him regarding his estate, or the affairs of his family, or tells someone to sell some property of his, or something else that does not occupy him directly. There is no harm in him arranging for someone else to do that for him if it is a simple matter." Malik said, "I have never heard any of the people of knowledge mentioning any modification as far as how to do Itikaf is concerned. Itikaf is an act of ibada like the prayer, fasting, the hajj, and such like acts, whether they are obligatory or voluntary. Anyone who begins doing any of these acts should do them according to what has come down in the sunna. He should not start doing anything in them that the muslims have not done, whether it is a modification that he imposes on others, or one that he begins doing himself. The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, practised Itikaf, and the muslims know what the sunna of Itikaf is." Malik said, "Itikaf and jiwar are the same, and Itikaf is the same for a village-dweller as it is for a nomad."
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Found In: Sahih Bukhari Chapter No: 33, Retiring to a Mosque for Remembrance of Allah (Itikaf)
Hadith no: 261  Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Amra bint Abdur Rahman
on the authority of Aisha: Allah's Messenger (SAW) mentioned that he would practice Itikaf in the last ten days of Ramadan. Aisha asked his permission perform Itikaf and he permitted her. Hafsa asked Aisha to take permission for her, and she did so. When Zainab bint Jahsh saw that, she ordered a tent to be pitched for her. Allah's Messenger (SAW) used to proceed to his tent after the salah (prayer). So, he saw the tents and asked, "What is this?" He was told that those were the tents of Aisha, Hafsa and Zainab. Allah's Messenger (SAW) said, "Is it Al-Birr (righteousness) which they intended by doing so? I am not going to perform Itikaf." So, he returned home, When the fasting month was over, he performed Itikaf for ten days in the month of Shawwal.
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Found In: Imam Malik's Muwatta Chapter No: 19, Itikaf in Ramadan
Hadith no: 9  Report Mistake   Permalink
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Malik said, "There is no harm in someone who is in Itikaf entering into a marriage contract as long as there is no physical relationship. A woman in Itikaf may also be betrothed as long as there is no physical relationship. What is haram for someone in Itikaf in relation to his womenfolk during the day is haram for him during the night." Yahya said that Ziyad said that Malik said, "It is not halal for a man to have intercourse with his wife while he is in Itikaf, nor for him to take pleasure in her by kissing her, or whatever. However, I have not heard anyone disapproving of a man, or woman, in Itikaf getting married as long as there is no physical relationship. Marriage is not disapproved of for someone fasting." "There is, however, a distinction between the marriage of someone in Itikaf and that of someone who is muhrim, in that some one who is muhrim can eat, drink, visit the sick and attend funerals, but cannot put on perfume, whilst a man or woman in Itikaf can put on oil and perfume and groom their hair, but cannot attend funerals or pray over the dead or visit the sick. Thus their situations with regard to marriage are different." "This is the sunna as it has come down to us regarding marriage for those who are muhrim, doing Itikaf, or fasting.
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Found In: Sahih Bukhari Chapter No: 33, Retiring to a Mosque for Remembrance of Allah (Itikaf)
Hadith no: 249  Report Mistake   Permalink
Narrated: Amra
Aisha said, "the Prophet (SAW) used to practice Itikaf in the last ten days of Ramadan and I used to pitch a tent for him, and after offering the morning prayer, he used to enter the tent." Hafsa asked the permission of Aisha to pitch a tent for her and she allowed her and she pitched her tent. When Zainab bint Jahsh saw it, she pitched another tent. In the morning the Prophet noticed the tents. He said, 'What is this?" He was told of the whole situation. Then the Prophet said, "Do you think that they intended to do righteousness by doing this?" He therefore abandoned the Itikaf in that month and practiced Itikaf for ten days in the month of Shawwal."
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