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Hadith No: 606
Narrated/Authority of Abdullah bin Yazid
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 6, The Book of the Times (of Prayer)
that Abu Ayyub Al-Ansari told him, that during the Farewell Pilgrimage, he prayed with the Messenger of Allah (saw) Maghrib and Isha prayers together at Al-Muzdalifah. (Sahih)
Hadith No: 20
Narrated/Authority of Rafi bin Ishaq
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 1, The Book of Purification
that he heard Abu Ayyub Al-Ansari say - when he was in Egypt: "By Allah, I do not know what I should do with these Karais (toilets). The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'When any one of you goes to defecate or urinate, let him not face toward the Qiblah, nor turn his back towards it." (Sahih)
Hadith No: 409
Narrated/Authority of Abu Hurairah
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 4, The Book of Ghusl and Tayammum
"The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: 'While Ayyub, peace be upon him, was bathing naked, locusts of gold landed on him and he started to collect them in his garment. Then his Lord called him (saying): "O Ayyub, did I not make you rich?" he said: "Yes, O Lord, but I cannot do without Your blessing." (Sahih)
Hadith No: 144
Narrated/Authority of Asim bin Sufyan Ath-Thaqafi
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 1, The Book of Purification
that they went out for the battle of As-Salasil, but they missed the fighting, so they kept watch, then they went back to Mu'awiyah, and Abu Ayyub and 'Uqbah bin 'Amir were with him. 'Asim said: "O Abu Ayyub, we missed the general mobilization, but we have been told that whoever prayers in the four Masjids will be forgiven his sins." He said: "O son of my brother! I will tell you something easir than that. I heard the Messenger of Allah (saw) say: 'Whoever performs Wudu as commanded and prays as commanded, will be forgiven for his previous actions.' Is it not so, O 'Uqbah?" He said: "Yes." (Hasan)
Hadith No: 400
Narrated/Authority of Abu Hurairah
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 4, The Book of Ghusl and Tayammum
"None of you should urinate into standing water which does not flow and then perform Ghusl with it." (One of the narrators) Sufyan said: "They said to Hisham '" meaning Ibn Hassan '" 'Ayyub only attributed this Hadith to Abu Hurairah?' So he said: 'If Ayyub is not able to raise up a narration then he does not raise it.'"* (Sahih) *That is, he narrated it from Abu Hurairah, rather than from him from the Prophet (saw), while others narrated it in Marfu' form or "raised" to the Prophet (saw). And perhaps by: "If he is able to not raise it" he means: "If he is not able to raise it." And Allah knows best.
Hadith No: 637
Narrated/Authority of Ayyub
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 7, The Book of the Adhan (The Call to Prayer)
from Abu Qilabah, from Amr bin Salamah: "Abu Qilabah said to me (Ayyub): He (Amr) is still alive, do you want to meet him?" I met him and asked him, and he said: "When Makkah was conquered, all the people hastened to announce their Islam. My father went to announce the Islam of the people of our village, and when he came back we went to see him and he said: 'By Allah, I have indeed come to you from the Messenger of Allah (saw).' He said: 'Pray such and such a prayer at such and such a time, pray such and such a prayer at such and such a time. When the time for prayer comes let one of you call the Adhan and let the one who knows the most Quran lead the prayer.'" (Sahih)
Hadith No: 312
Narrated/Authority of Umair
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 1, The Book of Purification
(the freed slave of Ibn Abbas) that he heard him say: "Abdullah bin Yasar the freed slave of Maimunah, and I came and entered upon Abu juhaim bin Al-Harith bin Al-Sammah Al-Ansari. Abu Juhaim said: 'The Messenger of Allah (saw) came back from the direction of Bi'r Al-Jamal and was met by a man who greeted him with Salam, but the Messenger of Allah (saw) did not return the greeting until he turned to the wall and wiped his face and hands, then he returned the greeting.'" (Sahih)
Hadith No: 703
Narrated/Authority of Anas bin Malik
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 8, The Book of the Masjids
"When the Messenger of Allah (saw) came to Al-Madinah, he alighted in the upper part of Al-Madinah among the tribe called Banu Amr bin Awf and he stayed with them for fourteen nights. Then he sent for the chiefs of Banu An-Najjar, and they came with their swords by their sides. It is as if I can see the Messenger of Allah (saw) on his she-camel with Abu Bakr riding behind him (on the same camel) and the chiefs of Banu An-Najjar around him, until he dismounted in the courtyard of Abu Ayyub. The Prophet (saw) used to offer the prayer wherever he was when the time came, and he would pray even in sheepfolds. Then he ordered that the Masjid be built. He sent for the chiefs of Banu An-Najjar, he said: 'O Banu An-Najjar, name me a price for this grove of yours.' They said: 'By Allah, we will not ask for its price except from Allah.'" Anas said: "In (that grove) there were graves of idolaters, ruins and date-palm trees. The Messenger of Allah (saw) ordered that the graves of the idolaters be dug up, the ruins be leveled and the date-palm trees be cut down. The trunks of the trees were arranged so as to form the wall facing the Qiblah. The stone pillars were built at the sides of its gate. They started to move the stones, reciting some lines of verse, and the Messenger of Allah (saw) was with them when they were saying: 'O Allah! There is no good except the good of the Hereafter. So bestow victory on the Ansar and the Muhajirin.'" (Sahih)
Hadith No: 525
Narrated/Authority of Al-Husain bin Bashir bin Sallam
From: Sunan An-Nasai. Chapter 6, The Book of the Times (of Prayer)
that his father said: "Muhammad (SAW) bin Ali and I entered upon Jabir bin Abdullah Al-Ansari. We said to him: 'Tell us about the prayer of the Messenger of Allah (saw).' That was at the time of Al-Hajjaj bin Yusuf. He said: 'The Messenger of Allah (saw) came out and prayed Zuhr when the sun had passed its zenith and the shadow (of a thing) was the length of a sandal-strap. Then he prayed Asr when the shadow of a man was the length of a sandal-strap plus his height. Then he prayed Maghrib when the sun had set. Then he prayed Isha when the twilight disappeared. Then he prayed Fajr when dawn broke. The next day he prayed Zuhr when a man's shadow was equal to his height. Then he prayed Asr when a man's shadow was twice his height, and (the time between the prayer and sunset) lasted as long as it takes a swift rider to reach Dhul-Hulaifah. Then he prayed Maghrib when the sun set, then he prayed 'Isha' when one-third of one-half of the night had passed.'" - (One of the narrators) Zaid, was not sure - "then he prayed Fajr when it had become bright." (Sahih)