Reported by At-Tahaawee and Al-Ismaeelee and Al-Baihaqee with an
authentic chain of narration on Hudhaifah Ibn Al-Yamaan RAA. And it is
referenced in As-Saheehah (no. 2786) along with the narrations from the Sahaabah
that comply with it, and all of them are authentic.
 Reported by Al-Baihaqee with an authentic chain of narration and Abu
Dawood with a sound chain of narration. Imaam Ibn Al-Qayyim said in Zaad
Al-Maaad: It is not reported on the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) that he made Itikaaf while
not fasting. Rather, Aaishah RAA said: There is no Itikaaf except with
fasting. And furthermore, Allaah did not mention Itikaaf except with the
fast. And the Prophet (sallallaahu alayhi wasallam) did not do it unless he was fasting. So
the correct opinion is in the evidence, which the majority of the scholars
adhere to: that fasting is a condition for Itikaaf. And this is the
opinion that Shaikh-ul-Islaam Abul-Abbaas Ibn Tamiyyah favored. And he
adds to this that it is not legislated in the Religion that one who goes out to
the masjid for prayer or other than that is supposed to make an intention for
the amount of time he will spend in Itikaaf. This is what
Shaikh-ul-Islaam clarified in his Ikhtiyaaraat.
 Reported by Al-Bukhaaree, Muslim, Ibn Abee Shaibah, and Ahmad, and the
first addition belongs to these last two (mentioned). It is referenced in
Saheeh Abee Dawood (2131-2132)
 Reported by Al-Baihaqee with a good chain and Ahmad (5/364) in abridged
form with an authentic chain of narration.
 A khibaa is one type of house of the Arabs made form fur or wool, and it
is not from hair. And it is set up on two or three props. See
 Reported by Al-Bukhaaree and Muslim from the hadeeth of Aaishah.
Her doing it is stated in the report of Al-Bukhaaree and his commanding it is
stated in the report of Muslim.
 It is part of a hadeeth narrated by Abu Saeed Al-Khudree, reported by
Muslim and Ibn Khuzaimah in their Saheehs. It is referenced in Saheeh Abee
 Reported by Al-Bukhaaree and Muslim and also Abu Dawood, and the last
part of it is form him (Abu Dawood). And I referenced it in Saheeh Sunan
Abee Dawood (2133 & 2134).
 Reported by Al-Bukhaaree and it is referenced in Saheeh Sunan Abee
Dawood (2138). The other narration is from Saeed Ibn Mansoor, as is I
stated in Fath-ul-Baaree (4/281). However, Ad-Daarimee (1/22) says that
she is Zainab, and Allaah knows best.
 Reported by Al-Bukhaaree, Muslim and others.
 Reported by Ibn Abee Shaibah (3/92) and Abdur-Razaaq (4/363) with an
authentic chain of narration. and what is meant by his saying:
must start it over is that he must redo his
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