By Sheikh An-Nawawi
This small booklet comprises forty well known Ahadith gathered by means of Imam An-Nawawi which won attractiveness via centuries. Hadith is any documented narration, motion, or approval/disapproval of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him).
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Khan shows that what is most universal are themes such as the threshold or entrance ‘that marks a symbolic change of mind from one state to another’, the space for ablutions ‘both practical and inspirational, for it marks another threshold’, and the niche (mihrab) that marks the direction of prayer. He sees two issues dominating how Muslims today think about mosques: expressions IBT021 - A Companion to the Mulism World 10/6/09 Introduction 16:41 Page 17 17 of local and global identity, and the status of women.
Indeed, there are so many parallels between the early Muslim community and traditional tribal societies that one is left with the distinct impression that, at least in Muhammad’s mind, the umma was indeed a tribe, though a new and radically innovative one. For one thing, the reference in the Constitution of Medina to Muhammad’s role as shaykh of his clan of Emigrants indicates that, despite the Prophet’s elevated status, his secular authority would have fallen well within the traditional model of pre-Islamic tribal society.
True, there were religious influences such as the need for spaces for cleansing before prayers, and the division of public and private spaces between men and women. But in taking us through five great centres – Cairo, Cordoba, Delhi, Isfahan and Marrakesh – Bennison shows that the character of urban life in Muslim societies has always been a lively mix of culture, geography, wealth and lived faith. Surely, though, the mosque is an entirely distinctive expression of Islam? Only to a point, as Hasan-Uddin Khan notes in his account of its art and architecture.
An-Nawawi's Forty Hadith by Sheikh An-Nawawi