|On Asking Permission to Enter (211)|
|'Abi Sa`eed 'Al-Khudree said that he was in a seated gathering place of the 'Ansăr, whereupon, Abu Musă came as if he
was frightened. So he said: I asked permission to enter upon `Umar three times; whereupon, he did not give me permission,
so I returned. Then he said: What prevented you? I said: I asked permission thrice, whereupon, no permission was given to
me, so I returned, and the Messenger of Allah has said: "If one of you asks permission three times, and is not given permission, then let him return." He then said: By
Allah you shall establish proof for this. [So] Is there one of you that has heard this from the Prophet ? `Ubay bin Ka`b said: By Allah none shall get up with you except the youngest of the people, and I was the youngest of the
people, so I got up along with him, and informed `Umar that the Prophet had said that. |
'Al-`Adawee said it was sound; that it was reported by Al-Bukhări, page 26 of volume 11 of Fath Al-Băree; Muslim,
page 130 of volume 14; 'Abu Dăwood, page 370 of volume 5; and Ibn Măjah, #3706.
|On Asking Permission to Enter (212)|
|A man from Bani `Amir related that he asked permission [to enter] upon the Prophet when he was in a house, so he said: Penetrate I? So the Prophet told his servant: Go out to this [person] and teach him how to ask permission to enter, thus, telll him: say 'As-Salămu
`alaykum 'a'adhkhulu? (shall I enter?).|
The man, thereupon, heard this, and thus said: 'As-Salămu `alaykum 'a'adhkhulu?. Thus the Prophet
gave him permission [to enter] and he entered.
'Al-`Adawee said it was sound, and that it was reported by 'Abu Dăwood, volume 5 page 369; and Al-Bukhări, #1084 in 'Al-'Adab
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