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¿Cuándo se prescribió el adhan y cuál fue el motivo?

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El adhan se prescribió el primer año después de la Hiyra y el motivo fue la necesidad de que todos sepan la llegada del tiempo de As-Salat . Los musulmanes se consultaban mutuamente por tal motivo. Por la noche ‘Abdul-lah ibn Zaid, Allah esté complacido con él,vio en sueños a un hombre cargando una campana [ En árabe dice naqus, campana grande ] y él le dijo: ¿vendes esta campana? Y el hombre le dijo: ¿qué harás con ella? ‘Abdul-lah le dijo: es para llamar al As-Salat . Entonces le dijo el hombre: ¿te indico algo mejor que esto? Y ante la aceptación de ‘Abdul-lah el hombre le enseñó el adhan conocido y la iqama. [ Lo citó Ad-Darimi ]

Cuando amaneció, ‘Abdul-lah fue ante el Mensajero de Allah, la paz y las bendiciones de Al-lah sean con él, y le relató lo que había soñado y el Profeta, la paz y las bendiciones de Al-lah sean con él, le dijo: “es una visión verídica –in sha Al-lah- levántate y enséñaselo a Bilal pues su voz es más potente que la tuya” [ Lo citó Abu Dawud ] 

la fuente: https://www.al-feqh.com/es

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