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 The restricted Takbeer done after the salaam of the obligatory prayer which begins from the fajr prayer on the Day of Arafah is legislated due to the narrations from the companions and consensus. 

As it is authentically narrated from Ali, Ibn Mas’ud and Ibn Abaas رضي الله عنهم and consensus of the companions was cited by al Imam Ahmad, as Sarkhasi, al Kasaani, Ibn Qudamah, and Ibn Taymiyah. 
Also, scholary consensus was narrated by Ibn Rushd, an Nawawi, Ibn Taymiyah, ibn Rajab, az Zarkashi, and others. 
al Allamah as Se’di رحمه الله stated: ‘The restricted takbeer is done after the obligatory prayers beginning from the Fajr prayer on the Day of Arafat until the asr prayer of the last day of at Tashreeq’.
✏️Written by Sheikh Abdul Qadir al Junaid حفظه الله


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Rulings of the Ten Days of Dhul Hijjah

by Shaykh Abdul Qadir Ibn Muhammad Ibn Abdur Rahman al-Junaid

Published by Miraath.net

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الله أكبر، الله أكبر ، الله أكبر، لا إله إلا الله
الله اكبر ، الله أكبر ولله الحمد

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Miraath Publications ‘Eid Fawa’id cards:
by Shaykh ‘Abdul Qaadir Ibn Muhammad al-Junyad (حفظهالله)

1. The Legislative Validity of The Eid Prayer
2. Making Ghusl For The ‘Eid
3. dorning Oneself with The Best Clothes and Eating Before Leaving
4. Leaving for The Prayer Area and Returning From It
5. The Takbeer on The Day of Eid al-Fitr Pt1
6. The Takbeer on The Day of Eid al-Fitr Pt2
7. Raising The Hands Whilst Making The Initial Takbeer of The Eid Prayer
8. Listening to The Eid Khutbah
9. Giving Eid Greetings
10. Tahiyyatul Masjid and Fasting On The Two ‘Eids

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The Takbeer:

The Takbeer is legislated from the dawn of the day of Arafah and during the Ayyaam At-Tashreeq (i.e. 11th to 13th Dhul Hijjah) to Asr time on the 13th of Dhul Hijjah.  Allaah (The Most High) said: [وَاذْكُرُوا اللَّهَ فِي أَيَّامٍ مَّعْدُودَاتٍ ]— ”And remember Allah during the appointed Days.” [Soorah Baqarah: Ayah: 203]  The manner in which the Takbeer is performed is: [الله أكبر الله أكبر، لا إله إلا الله، والله أكبر الله أكبر ولله الحمد].  It is prescribed for the men to raise their voices with the Takbeer in the Masaajid, the houses and after the five daily obligatory prayers.  This is done to exalt Allaah and to manifest singling Him out in worship and thanking Him.


Bath on the day of Eed

One takes a bath and only men are to wear perfume.  The men should also wear their best clothes but neither going into extravagance nor dragging their garments below their ankles and shaving their beards.


Eating From the Eed Sacrifice:

One eats from the Eed sacrifice, because the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam) did not use to eat until he returned from the Musalla and ate from the Eed sacrifice. [Zaadul Ma-aad: 1/441]


Walking to the Musalla (i.e. place of prayer)
One walks to Musalla if that is easy.  The Sunnah is to pray Eed in the Musalla except if there is an excuse not to do so, such as rain etc.  It is also recommended to stay for the Eed khutbah and to supplicate for the Muslims.  Likewise, one takes a different road whilst returning from the Eed prayer, because this was an action of the Prophet (sallal-laahu-alayhi-wasallam).


Eed Greeting:

It is permissible to greet one another after Eed, because this has been established from some of the Sahaabah.  Shaikh Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah) said that there is no particular defined Eed greeting; rather this is left to the people as long as such greeting does not involve sin.  Likewise, he (rahimahullaah) said that there is no harm in shaking hands and embracing one another because these are affairs the people have taken as a custom these days and they are not done as acts of worship or as a means of getting close to Allaah.

And Allaah knows best

This article paraphrased from an article compiled by Ustaadh Abu Usaamah Sameer  Al-Jazaa-iree (may Allaah reward him) http://www.ahlos-sunnah.com/matwyat Also see link: www.sahab.net: see link:  http://www.sahab.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=132870

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Pearls of a Muslim


Ibn Umar and Abu Hurairah (radiyallaahu-anhumaa) used to go to the market place during the first days of Dhul-Hijja whilst uttering the Takbeer and the people also used to do so alongside them.– [ Sahih al-Bukhari – 969]

وَكَانَ عُمَرُ رَضِيَ اللَّهُ عَنْهُ يُكَبِّرُ فِي قُبَّتِهِ بِمِنًى فَيَسْمَعُهُ أَهْلُ الْمَسْجِدِ، فَيُكَبِّرُونَ وَيُكَبِّرُ أَهْلُ الأَسْوَاقِ، حَتَّى تَرْتَجَّ مِنًى تَكْبِيرًا.
وَكَانَ ابْنُ عُمَرَ يُكَبِّرُ بِمِنًى تِلْكَ الأَيَّامَ وَخَلْفَ الصَّلَوَاتِ، وَعَلَى فِرَاشِهِ وَفِي فُسْطَاطِهِ، وَمَجْلِسِهِ وَمَمْشَاهُ تِلْكَ الأَيَّامَ جَمِيعًا.

‘Umar Bin Al-Khattab used to say Al-Takbir in his tent so that the people in the mosque heard him. Then, the people in the mosque too would say Al-Takbir and also those in the market so that the (valley of) Al-Mina used to reverberate with the Takbir. Moreover, his son, ‘Abdullah Bin ‘Umar used to say Al-Takbir (aloud) in Mina during these days and after the (obligatory) prayers. He used to say Al-Takbir on his…

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