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Book Title: The Prophet's Prayer Described (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) - From the Beginning to the End As If You See It -|
The author of the book: Muhammad Nasiruddin al-Albani
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Edition: Al-Haneef Publications
Date of issue: April 1993
ISBN 13: 9781898422129
Format files: PDF
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From the author's introduction:
"Since I had not come across a comprehensive book covering this topic, I felt obliged to produce a book which collected together as many features of the Prophet's prayer (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) from the takbeer to the tasleem as possible, for the benefit of my Muslim brothers who wished to follow the guidance of their Prophet (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) in their worship, such that it would be easy for any who truly loved the Prophet (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) to use this book to fulfil his command, "Pray as you have seen me praying."
Thus I embarked on a difficult task, and researched the relevant ahaadeeth from the various sources of Hadeeth, the book in your hands being the end result of it all. I stipulated on myself that I would only give ahaadeeth which had an authentic chain of tranmission according to the principles and regulations of the science of Hadeeth. I disregarded any hadeeth which depended on unknown or weak narrators, even if it dealt with the outward form, invocations, virtues, etc. of the prayer. This is because I hold that the authentic ahaadeeth are sufficient, leaving no need for anything weak, for the latter does not amount to anything except conjecture, and incorrect conjecture at that...
Therefore, we cannot worship Allaah by acting according to inauthentic ahaadeeth; in fact, the Messenger of Allaah (sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam) forbade us from this... since he has forbidden us from relating weak narrations, it goes without saying that it is forbidden to act according to them...."
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Muhammad Nasiruddin al-Albani was an Albanian Islamic scholar who specialised in the fields of hadith and fiqh. He is considered to be a major figure of the purist Salafi movement. Al-Albani did not advocate violence, preferring quietism and obedience to established governments.
Albani was born into a poor family in the city of Shkodër in northern Albania in 1914. During the reign of the secularist Albanian leader Ahmet Zogu, al-Albani's family migrated to Damascus, Syria. In Damascus, Albani completed his early education in the Qur'an, tajwid, Arabic linguistic sciences, Hanafi fiqh and further branches of the Islamic faith with the help of native Syrian scholars.
Albani began to specialize in hadith studies in the 1930s. After a number of his works appeared in print, he was invited to teach Hadith at the Islamic University of Madinah by the University's then-vice president, Abd al-Aziz ibn Baz. Shortly upon his arrival, Albani's anti-traditionalist stances in Muslim jurisprudence angered the Wahhabi elite in Saudi Arabia, who were alarmed at Albani's intellectual challenges to the ruling Hanbali school of law but unable to challenge him openly due to his popularity. When Albani authored a book in support of his view that the face veil, was not a binding obligation upon Muslim women, he caused a minor uproar in the country and gave his opponents justification for allowing his contract with the university to lapse without renewal. In 1963, he left Saudi Arabia and returned to his studies and work in the Az-Zahiriyah library.
By then, his popularity began to worry the government of Syria, and he was placed under surveillance by the Hafiz al-Asad government. He was imprisoned twice in 1969 and under house arrest in the late 1970s. During his imprisonment, al-Albani edited Al-Hafiz al-Munziri’s Mukhtasar Sahih Muslim.
After Bin Baz's intervention with Saudi educational management, Albani was invited to Saudi Arabia a second time in order to serve as the head of higher education in Islamic law in Mecca. This did not last due to controversy among the Saudi establishment regarding Albani's views. He returned to Syria where he was again jailed briefly in 1979, at which point he moved to Jordan.
Albani visited various countries for preaching and lectures – amongst them Qatar, Egypt, Kuwait, the UAE, Spain and the UK. He moved a number of times from Syria to Jordan, then Syria again, then Beirut, then the UAE, then again to Amman, Jordan. He died in 1999 at the age of 85, the same year when he won the King Faisal International Prize for his contributions to scholarship in Islamic studies