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According to the Maliki school: only one salam (Tasleemah تسليمة) is wajib (obligatory - required). And they rely on this Hadith as a proof that only one single tasleemah is required: Aishah narrated: "Allah's Messenger would say one Taslim for the Salat while facing forward and turning to his right side a little." عَنْ عَائِشَةَ، أَنَّ رَسُولَ ...


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Ibn Sirin's quote Of course the athar of ibn Sireen (Sirin) محمد بن سيرين which you may find quoted with a full narrator chain is widely known for a large audience (and maybe this is the source of Malik's quote). You'll find it for example in the introduction of sahih Muslim #25 or #26 in the 5th Chapter: "That Which is Related to the Statements ‘The Chain ...


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The description of knowledge of hadith as quoted in your question predates Imam Mālik; it goes back to an athar by Ibn Sirīn: حدثنا محمد بن علي، حدثنا النضر بن عون، عن ابن سيرين قال‏:‏ هذا الحديث دين، فانظروا عمن تأخذون دينكم Ibn Seereen says: "The knowledge of hadith (in the same manner all other religious subjects) are included in the deen. ...


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Is praying the hands to the sides really the view of Malik? First of all note that the opinion that imam Malik disliked putting the right hand over the left hand is based on the unique statement of his student Abdurrahman ibn al-Qassim in al-Mudawana. Earlier scholars of this school (especially hadith specialists) like al-Qadi 'iyad even said that this is a ...


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There's a statement of ibn Taymiyah that the madhab of the people of Medina is the closest to truth (Is this really objective?) - See for example fatwa islamqa #200879 in Arabic. But this doesn't mean the madhab of Malik explicitly. As a-Shafi'i already showed that Malik didn't follow the opinion of the majority of scholars of Medina in several issues and ...


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According to the fatwa team at Islamweb.net, this blood is considered by Imam Malik to be a period. Therefore you mustn't pray or touch the Mushaf or anything until you get tuhur. Other scholars only consider it a period if it lasts for more than a day and night, otherwise it is not. If you know Arabic, you can read the following fatawa (both from ...


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Here is the Reference from the al Muwatta about the 3 Tasleemat: Yahya related to me from Malik from Nafi that Abdullah ibn Umar used to say the tashahhud saying, "In the name of Allah. Greetings belong to Allah. Prayers belong to Allah. Pure actions belong to Allah. Peace be on the Prophet and the mercy of Allah and His blessings. Peace be on us ...


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Some clarification Firts of all the term sobh/subh (or as-Sobh/as-Subh) الصبح appears in a whole lot of ahadith referring to the fard (obligatory) prayer which is performed after the real fajr الفجر and this term is used by the maliki scholars to refer to this prayer while many others refer to it by the term the fard of fajr. See for example in Sunan an-...


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Ibn Farhun ابن فرحون al-Maliki in his list or short biography's of maliki scholars called ad-Dibaj al-Mudhahab fi ma'rfifati a'ayan 'ulama' al-Madhhab الديباج المذهب في معرفة أعيان علماء المذهب which is one of the latest biographies of Maliki scholars the author became qadi at Medina 793 a.H. and died there 799 a.H. listed a few books ibn 'Ata' Allah has ...


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