Monday, June 13, 2011

Month Of Rajab

Month of Rajab is one month of Muharram, which means Mulya (There are 4 months: Dzulqa'dah, Dhu al-Hijjah, Muharram, and Rajab). Fasting in the month of Rajab, as in other months Mulya, is Sunnah. It was narrated from al-Bahiliyah Mujibah, he said: "fasted in the months haram (Mulya)." (Reported by Abu Dawood, Ibn Majah, and Ahmad). Another Hadith is the history of al-Nasa'i and Abu Dawood (and validated by Ibn Huzaimah): "Usama said to the Prophet, 'O Messenger of Allah, I do not see the Prophet fasting (circumcision) as much as the Apostles did in the month of Sha'ban. ' The Apostle said: 'Month of Ramadhan is the month of Rajab and Ramadan are forgotten by most people.' "

According to al-Syaukani (Naylul Authar, the subject of fasting circumcision), the expression of the Prophet "Month of Ramadhan is the month of Rajab and Ramadan which most people forget" that implicitly suggests that the month of Rajab also disunnahkan fasting in it.

As for the hadith you call it, we also do not find it. There are some other hadiths that explain the virtues of the month of Rajab. Like the following:
  • Whoever fasted the month of Rajab, the day he is like fasting for a month, when fasting 7 days then closed Jahim her seven gates of hell, when fasting 8 days, then opened the door for her eighth heaven, and when fasting 10 days then his sins with kindness.
  • History of al-Sa'id bin Rashid Thabrani: Whoever fasts a day in the month of Rajab is like he is fasting a year, when fasting 7 days then closed her gates of hell, when fasting 8 days 8 doors of heaven opened for him, when fasting 10 days God will grant all requests ....."
  • Verily in Paradise there is a river called Rajab, the water is whiter than milk and taste sweeter than honey. Whoever fasts a day in the month of Rajab, he will be blessed with a drink from the river.
  • History (in mursal) Abul Fath al-Hasan, the Prophet said: "Rajab is Allah month, Sha'ban is my month, Ramadan is my people month."
  • These traditions dha'if (less powerful) as confirmed by Imam al-Suyuti in the book Haawi lil Fataawi.
  • Ibn Hajar, in his book "Tabyinun Ujb", insisting there is no hadith (whether valid, Hasan, or dha'if) which explains the virtue of fasting in the month of Rajab. Even his friend Umar narrated that prohibits actions specializes with the fasting month of Rajab.

Written by al-Syaukani, in Nailul Authar, that Ibn Subki narrated from Muhammad ibn Mansur al-Sam'ani who say there is no strong hadith that shows kesunahan fasting Rajab in particular. Also mentioned that Umar Ibn Rajab makruh fasting, as Abu Bakr al-Tarthusi who say that fasting Rajab is makruh, because there are no strong arguments.

However, according to al-Syaukani opinion, if all the hadith that specifically indicate the primacy and sunah fasting month of Rajab in it less powerful become the foundation, then the common traditions (like the so-called first above) was sufficient to cause a argument or a runway. In addition, because there is also no strong arguments that makruh fasting in the month of Rajab.

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