mercredi 22 septembre 2010

Le jeûne des six jours du mois de chawal

Le jeûne des six jours du mois de chawal

Salam alaikoum cheres freres et soeurs,

 il est toujours temps pour ce qui le souhaite de pratiquer cette tradition du Prophete (saws) insha'Allah.


D'après abou Ayoub al Ançari (Qu'Allah l'agrée), le Messager d'Allah (Paix et bénédiction d'Allah sur lui) a dit :

« Celui qui jeûne le mois de Ramadhan puis le fait suivre de six jours du mois de Chawal, son jeûne est considéré comme étant un jeûne continuel (c.à.d sur toute l'année). »

5 commentaires:

dicle a dit…

Merci pour ton rappelle

Anonyme a dit…

Now it was said in the Muwatta that Imam Malik ibn Anas said about fasting six days of Shawwal:

Yahya said that he heard Malik say about fasting for six days after breaking the fast at the end of Ramadan, that he had never seen any of the people of knowledge and fiqh fasting them. He said, “I have not heard that any of our predecessors used to do that, and the people of knowledge disapprove of it and they are afraid that it might become a bid’a and that common and ignorant people might join to Ramadan what does not belong to it, if they were to think that the people of knowledge had given permission for that to be done and were seen doing it.

Habib Matthieu a dit…

Salam alaikum,

can you provide please some details about this?

Jazakallah khayr

Anonyme a dit…

A certain Maliki shaykh (Sh. Hamza!) commented on this hadith actually.

Imam Malik interpreted it to be any 6 days through out the year until Shaban, and Imam ash-Shafi’i interpreted it to be the 6 days from the current Shawwal. And their interpretations hinge on how they interpreted the “min Shawwal” part of the hadith.

Imam Malik saw the “min” as initiative, that is, beginning from Shawwal (and going on for a year) and Imam ash-Shafi’i saw it as partitive, that is the 6 days should be in Shawwal. The wisdom is that Imam Malik gave rukhsa and made things easier, while Imam ash-Shafi’i’s interpretation is more for safeguarding (adheema). And that both are correct because they are based on what is embedded in the Arabic language.

Habib Matthieu a dit…

Salam alaikum,

thank you for your answer;

do you mean Sheikh Hamza Yusuf?

Salam