|Book By Language||English|
|Age Groups||Young Adults|
|Author(s)||Abdul Malik Al-Qasim|
`For the past forty years, the caller to prayer (the Mu`adhdhin) never called the people to Zuhr prayer without me being in the mosque, except when I was ill or traveling.
When Amir bin Abdullah heard the Adhan (call to prayer), while he was dying, he said: `Lead me by my hand.` They said to him, `You are ill.` He said `How can I hear the Mu`adhdhin, yet, do not respond to it?` They took him by his hand, and his home was near the Mosque, and he started the Maghrib prayer behind the Imam and died upon finishing only one Rak`ah.
Ibn Sama`ah said: `For forty years, I only missed Takbir Tahrimah when my mother died.`