Sunnah mengenai Siwak

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Abu Hurayra (r) meriwayatkan bahwa Rasulullah (s) bersabda, “Seandainya aku tidak khawatir memberatkan umatku, niscaya telah aku perintahkan mereka untuk bersiwak setiap hendak salat.” [Bukhari dan Muslim]

“Mereka mengatakan bahwa setiap salat dengan miswaak setara dengan dua puluh tujuh salat tanpa miswaak. Adab menggunakan miswak adalah duduk seperti ini (berlutut, tutupi mulut dengan satu tangan) dan bacalah, “Allahumma thahhir qalbii min asy-syirki wa ’n-nifaaq, “Ya Allah! Sucikanlah kalbuku dari syirik dan nifaq.” Ketika musuh mendekat, Nabi (s) dan para Sahaabat (r) duduk dengan posisi berlutut dan menggosok gigi mereka dengan miswaak, segera setelah mereka melakukan hal itu, musuh mereka lari tunggang langgang, berpikir bahwa para Sahaabat (r) akan memakan mereka! Tajali menggunakan siwaak adalah untuk menakuti Setan, dan dengan menggunakan siwaak salat kalian 27 kali lebih baik.”

Mawlana Shaykh Hisham Kabbani, 7 April 2012 Lefke, Siprus

 

Sunnah of miswak

Abu Hurayra reported that the Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him and grant him peace) said, “If it was not for the fact that I would be overburdening my community, I would have ordered them to use the toothstick (siwak) for every prayer.” [Bukhari and Muslim]

“They say every salaat with miswaak equals twenty-seven salaat without miswaak. The adab of using the miswak is to sit like this (on knees, covering the mouth) and to recite, Allahumma tahhir qalbee min ash-shirki wa ’n-nifaaq, “O Allah! Purify my heart of idolatry and hypocrisy.” When the enemy was approaching, the Prophet ﷺ told the Sahaabah (r) to go on their knees and rub their teeth with the miswaak, and as soon as they did that the enemy ran away, thinking the Sahaabah (r) were going to eat them! The tajalli of using the siwaak is to scare Shaytan, and by using siwaak your prayer is 27 times better.”

Mawlana Shaykh Hisham Kabbani, 7 April 2012 Lefke, Cyprus

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