|At Time of Thunder (183)|
|Whenever `Abdullăh bin 'Az-Zubayr would hear thunder he would stop talking, and say Subhăna 'allathee yusabbihur-ra`du bihamdihi, wal- mală'ikatu min kheefatihi
Glory be to Allah Whom the thunder glorifies in Praise, and [so do] the Angels out of fear of him.
Al-Albăni said it was of sound stopping ascription. He said it was reported by Mălik (#154/3), and, from him, by Al-Bukhări
in Al-Adab Al-Mufrad. He said that Al-Bayhaqi also reported it with sound ascription by way of `Abdillah Ibn Az-Zubayr; however,
this had dropped out of Mălik's Muwatta causing Mălik's report of this hadeeth to be discontinous. Al-Albăni included this
hadeeth in The Authentic of Good Sayings.
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