PRAYING IN HOUSES WHEN IT RAINS
1487.  Ibn ‘Umar announced Adhan for prayer on a cold, windy night. Then added: Pray in your dwellings; and then said: When it was a cold, rainy night, the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) used to command the Mu’adhdhin to say” Pray in your dwellings.”


1488.  Ibn ‘Umar reported that he summoned (people) to pray on a cold, windy and rainy night, and then observed at the end of the Adhin: Pray in your dwellings, pray in your dwellings, and then said: When it was a cold night or it was raining in a journey the Messenger of Allah (may peace he upon him) used to command the Mu’adhdhin to announce: Pray in your dwellings.


1489.  Ibn ‘Umar reported that he summoned (people) to prayer at a place (known as) Dajnan, and the rest of the hadith is the same, and then said: Pray in your dwellings, but he did not repeat for the second time words of Ibn ‘Umar (Pray in your dwellings).


1490.  Jabir reported: We set cut with the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) on a journey when it began to rain. Upon this he said: He who desires may pray in his dwelling.


1491.  ‘Abdullah b. ‘Abbas reported that he said to the Mu’adhdhin on a rainy day: When you have announced” I testify that there is no god but Allah; I testify that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah,” do not say:” Come to the prayer,” but make this announcement:” Say prayer in your houses.” He (the narrator) said that the people disapproved of it. Ibn ‘Abbas said: Are you astonished at it? He (the Holy Prophet), who is better than I, did it. Jumu’a prayer is no doubt obligatory, but I do not like that I should (force you) to come out and walk in mud and slippery ground.


1492.  ‘Abd al-Hamid reported: I heard ‘Abdullah b. al-Harith say: ‘Abdullah b.’Abbas addressed us on a rainy day, and the rest of the hadith is the same, but he made no mention of Jumu’a prayer, and added: He who did it (who commanded us to say prayer in our houses), i. e. the Apostle of Allah (may peace be upon him), is better than I.


1493.  This hadith has been narrated by Ayyub and ‘Asim al-Ahwal with the same chain of transmitters, but in this hadith it is not recorded:” i. e. the Apostle of Allah (may peace be upon him).”


1494.  ‘Abdullah b. Harith reported that Ibn ‘Abbas commanded the Mu’adhdhin to (summon the people to prayer on Friday and make announcement to say prayer in their houses) when it was rainy, and the rest of the hadith is the same (except this) that he said: I do not like you should walk in muddy slippery place.


1495.  ‘Abdullah b. Harith reported that the Mu’adhdhin of Ibn ‘Abba said Adhan on Friday (and then made the announcement to say prayer in houses) because it was a rainy day; as it has been narrated by Ma’mar and others, and in this hadith it was mentioned: He who did it, i. e. the Apostle of Allah (may peace be upon him), was better than I.


1496.  A hadith like this that Ibn ‘Abbas ordered his Mu’adhdhin (to summon people to prayer and then make announcement to say prayer in their houses) on Friday which was a rainy day, has been transmitted by ‘Abdullah b. Harith.Wuhaib, however, says that he did not hear it from him.

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