Hadiths sur la position des mains pendant la prière (Sadl)

Sunan Abu Dawud – Edition Darussalam – Volume 1 – Hadith 730 pages 431 à 433

730. It was reported from ‘Abdul- Hamïd — meaning Ibn Ja‘far, that he was informed by Muhammad bin ‘Amr bin ‘Atâ’ who said: “I hear Abü Humaid As-Sâ‘idî while he was amidst a group of ten Companions of the Messenger of Allah (swt) — among them Abü Qatadah — saying: ‘I am the most knowledgeable among you regarding the prayer of the Messenger of Allah (swt). They said: ‘And why is that? For, by Allah, you did not follow him any more than we did, nor did you accompany him for a period longer than us.’ He said: ‘Yes!’ They said, ‘So bring forth (what you know).’ He said: ‘When the Messenger of Allah (swt) stood up to pray, he would raise his hands until they would reach the level of his shoulders, then he would say the Takbir, until every bone would be resting in its proper place. He would then recite (from the Qur’ân), then say the Takbir raising his hands until they reached the level of his shoulders. He would then go into Rukû’, placing his palms on his knees. Then he would straighten (his back) — neither would he lower his head down, nor would he raise it up. He would then raise his head, saying: ‘Sami‘ Allâhu liman hamidah (Allah hears the one who praises Him).’ Then he would raise his hands until they reached the level of his shoulders, straightening (his back), and then he would say: “Allâhu Akbar.” He would then go down on the ground, and would keep his two hands (arms) away from his side. Then he would raise his head. He would bend the toes of his feet when he prostrated[1] Then he would prostrate (again), and say “Allâhu Akbar,” and then raise his head (to sit up). He would place his left foot horizontally (on the ground), sitting on it, allowing every bone to return to its normal position. Then he would perform the second (Rak‘ah) in a similar fashion. When he stood up after two Rak’ahs, he would say the Takbir and raise his hands to the level of his shoulders, just as he had done at the beginning of the prayer. He would continue in this fashion for the remainder of the prayer, until, when he performed the prostration that is before the Taslîm, he would move his left leg further, and sit on his buttocks — on his left side.’ They (the other Companions) said: ‘You have told the truth. This is how he (sawas) used to pray.”’ (Sahïh)
[1] Such that they would be pointing towards the Qiblah

Al-Moudawana Al-Kobra – Sahnoun ibn Saïd at-Tanoukhi –  Edition Dâr Al-Fikr – Volume 1 page 111

(Première référence de fiqh malikite)

Ibn Alqâsim a dit dans sa narration de la Moudawwanah dans le premier chapitre de la prière : « Mâlik a dit au sujet du fait de mettre la main droite sur la main gauche dans la prière : je n’ai pas connaissance de cela dans la prière obligatoire, mais plutôt dans les prières surérogatoires lorsqu’on reste longtemps debout, il n’y aura alors pas de mal à cela, il s’aidera par ce biais. »

Mussanaf de l’Imam Abou Bakr ibn Abi Shayba

Livre de la Salât Chapitre : 166 – Sur ceux qui ont laisser pendre leur mains dans la Salât

3949 – Nous a narré Abu Bakr qui a dit : nous a narré Hashîm d’après Yunuss d’après al-Hassan et Mughira d’après Ibrahîm : qu’eux deux laissaient pendre leurs mains pendant la Salât.

3950 – Nous a narré ‘Affân qui a dit : nous a narré Yazîd ibn Ibrâhim qui a dit : J’ai entendu ‘Amrû ibn Dînâr qui a dit : Lorsqu’Ibn Zubayr priait, il laissait pendre ces mains.

3951 – Nous a narré ibn ‘Aliya d’après ibn ‘Awn d’aprèsibn Sirîne qui a été interrogé sur un homme mettant sa main droite sur sa main gauche il a dit : Certainement, il a été pratiqué cela qu’en raison du sang –pour sa circulation-.

3952 – Nous a narré ‘Umar ibn Hâroune d’après ‘Abd Allâh ibn Yazîd qui a dit : Je n’ai pas vue Ibn al-Mussayib effectuant le Qabd par sa droite pendant la prière, il la laissé pendre.

3953- Nous a narré Yahya ibn Saïd d’après ‘Abd Allâh ibn al-‘Izâr qui a dit : J’étais en train de faire Tawaf avec Sa’îd ibn Jubayr, c’est alors qu’il a vue un homme mettant une de ces mains sur l’autre, celle-ci sur celle-là et celle-ci sur celle-là, c’est alors qu’il se dirigea vers lui et les a séparé, ensuite il est revenu.

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