Not long ago we were shocked by the tragic accident that occurred at Cipollang Toll . Traffic accidents involving many cars and snatching fatalities remind us to be more careful and not forget to pray from first stepping out of the house to the destination.
This is because traveling far actually increases the likelihood someone died. For this reason there are several travel manners that every Muslim should keep in mind when traveling long distances.
In addition, the less important thing is to be prepared as well as the best vehicle possible for long journeys. Because if this is forgotten, then an accident like the one at Cipularang Toll or anywhere else is unavoidable.
When riding any vehicle, it is detrimental to read "Bismillah" on the first leg of the vehicle, then read prayer aboard a vehicle based on the following hadith.
From Ali bin Rabi'ah, says: I saw Ali radhiallahu 'anhu. Bring the vehicle. When he put his foot on the stand, he said, "Bismillah". While sitting straight on the vehicle saying, "Thank God, subhaana ladzi sakhara lanaa …" (HR. Ahmad)
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Flying or Traveling Manners
Safar is meant to go out of his way to travel long distances. When we want to do safar, there are some manners to keep in mind. The following fictitious or traveling manners are as follows.
1. Returning the goods to the owner
Before the safar, it is advisable to return everything that had been taken unlawfully and all the goods to the owner. This is due to the high probability of death in a safar.
2. Preparing supplies for himself and meeting the needs of the blessed
Another important thing before taking safar was to prepare sufficient and sufficient supplies for his safar and to meet the needs of those he was obliged to care for, such as his wife, children, and parents.
3 . Farewell
When going for safar do not forget to bid farewell to the abandoned family. Moreover, he left his family, relatives, and friends to the faithful, while reciting the prayer.
From Ibn Umar radhiallahu 'anhu, he said: “Usually the Messenger of Allah shallallahu' alaihi wasallam bid farewell to us (before safar) later read the prayer: ASTAUDI'ULLAH BELIEVE WA AMAANATAKA WA KHOWAATIMA AMALIKA (I ascribe to Allah your religion, your trust, and the closing of your deeds) ” (HR. Ahmad, Abu Daud, and At Tirmidzi)
the one left behind, reciting the prayer based on the following hadith. fear and forgive your sins, and make them good for you wherever they may be. ” (HR. At Tirmidzi)
4. Do not travel alone
When one is about to travel a long journey it is advisable to be accompanied by three or four people or even more. This is intended to make the trip safer because each one can remind each other. It is based on the following hadith.
From 'Amir bin Syu'aib from his father, from his grandfather, the Prophet sallallaahu' alaihi wasallam said, “The one who is driving himself is a shaykh, and two rider are two the devil, and the three riders are the riders (not the devil). ” (HR. Abu Daud, Nasa'i, and Tirmidzi)
He also said, “ If man knew (something) from solitude as I know it, but no one travels at night alone. ” (HR. Bukhari)
5. Appointing a troupe leader
Before taking a safar, it is advisable to appoint one of the pilgrims to be the troupe leader according to their agreement. It is based on the following hadith.
From Abu Sa'id and Abu Hurairah radhiallahu 'anhu, he said: The Messenger of Allah shallallahu' alaihi wasallam say: “When there are three travelers they should choose one of them to became the leader of the troupe. ” (HR. Abu David)
6. Performing the historic prayer before traveling
Before departing he should perform the scholarly prayer based on the Messenger of Allah (SAW), and even taught it to his companions as he taught them a chapter from the Qur'an, and ( the scholarly prayer performed ) also in all matters. (HR. Bukhari).
7. It is expected to leave on Thursday morning
It should leave on Thursday morning. It is based on the following hadith.
From the Ka'ab bin Malik radhiallahu 'anhu bahyahnya Rasulullah shallallahu' alaihi wasallam went out to fight Tabuk on Thursday and he liked to go out (traveling) on Thursday. (HR. Bukhari and Muslim).
Other stories are as follows.
From Shakher bin Wad'ah Al Ghamidy Ash Shahabiy radhiallahu 'anhu, the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him) shall pray, "ALL THE PEOPLE HAVE LOVED FII BUKUURIHAA (Yes Alas, bless my people in the morning …)" (HR. Abu David and Tirmidzi)
8. Praying while riding a vehicle
For people who want to go on vacation, read "Bismillah" on the first leg of the vehicle. It is based on the hadith narrated by Imam Ahmad above or Abu Daud and Tirmidzi below.
From Ali bin Rabi'ah, he says: I have seen Ali bin Abu Talib radhiallahu 'anhu given to him to ride. , where as he put his sister on the beast he read: BISMILLAH, and as he sat on his back he read: "ALHAMDU LILLAHIL LADZI SAKHKHRA LANAA HAADZA WOMEN HAS BEEN MUQRINIINA WA WHEN ILAA RABBINAA LAMUNQALIBUUNAH THREE: read all three books of Allah three times, and read these words of ZHALAMTU NAFSII FAGHFIRLII INNAHU YAGHFIRUDZ DZUNUUBA ILLAA ANTA… (HR. Abu David and Tirmidzi)
9. Read the prayer of the safar on the vehicle
Then, after sitting on the vehicle, recited the takbir and then prayed according to the hadith narrated by Ibn Umar radhiallahu 'anhu which states that when the Prophet sallallaahu alaihi wasallam rode his camel to go out, he spoke three times and read the prayer of traveling.
10. Many pray on the journey
Throughout the journey should pray many times and pray to Allah SWT for good in the world and in the hereafter for prayer on the journey or safar including the obligatory prayer. It is based on the words of the Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wa sallam as follows.
"Three solemn prayers are not in doubt: the prayer of the blameless, the prayer of the safar, and the prayer of the elders" son. ” (HR. Tirmidzi)
11. Disappeared in meditation on the journey
While walking on a steep ascent it is commemorated in meditation by reciting a takbir and reciting a beacon while walking on a descending path. It is based on the following hadith.
From Jabir radhiallahu 'anhu, he says: "We, as we walk up and read the takbir, and when we come down, read the rest." (HR. Bukhari)
12. Praying at a stop somewhere
In a history it says,
From the Caliph of Justice radhiallahu 'anha, he said: I heard the Messenger of Allah shallallahu' alaihi wasallam say: “Whoever stopped somewhere then he read "A'UUDZUBI KALIMATILLAAHI TAAMMATI MIN SYARRI MAA KHALAQ" (I seek refuge in the perfect word of God from the evils He has created), but he will not be disturbed by anything until he leaves the place. " (HR. Muslim)
Thus, the prayer of stopping somewhere is the following.
13. Praying as he approached a city
If he approached a city he would say as the Prophet said:
“O God, make it a quiet place for us, and give it to us. halal in it. O God, I beg you for the good of this city and the good that is in it, and I seek refuge in you from the evils of this city and the evils that are in it. ”
14. Praying at the destination
When arriving at the destination, read the following prayer.
15. Discharged immediately when the deal is completed
When the deal is completed, go home immediately. It is based on the following hadith.
From Abu Hurairah radhiallahu 'anhu bahwasannya Rasulullah shallallhu' alaihi wasallam said, “Traveling is part of torment, where one must reduce his eating, drinking, sleeping. Therefore, if any one of you has finished his traveling business, he should return to his family immediately. ” (HR. Bukhari and Muslim)
16. Notifying when the business is over
If in the past the means of sending the family news because they could not return home by sending someone, in the present day can be done by means of the communication tool . which is done unfinished and cannot come home immediately should notify the family so the family does not worry. This is a reference to the Prophet sallallaahu 'alaihi wasallam.
17. Arguing and praying on his way home
If he was to go home he would say three times and then say:
This is based on the following hadith
From Anas radhiallahu 'anhu, he says: “We returned with the Prophet sallallaahu' alaihi wasallam, when we came to Medina, he read: AAYIBUUNA TAA'IBUUNA 'AABUDUUNA LIRABBINAA HAAMIDUN (We are ready to return, we are the ones who repent, worship and praise our Lord). He continued to read the prayers until we reached Medina. ” (HR. Muslim)
In other accounts it is said,
“ Indeed, Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) would have sat perfectly above. the camel went out for a threefold safar safari, saying, "SUBHAANALLADZI …" and when he returned to say it (prayer) added, "AAAYIBUN, TAA'IBUN, 'AABIDUUN WA LIRABBINA HAAMIDUN." (HR. Abdur-Razzak, Ibn Entertainment, Ibn Khuzaiamah)
18. Disappeared to come to the family during the day
When he returned, it should be time to get home during the day. In a history it says,
“The Messenger of Allah's Messenger (mayallahu 'alaihi wasallam) forbids anyone to knock on the door of his family at night.” (HR. Bukhari and Muslim)
19. Disappeared two prayers after arriving from the journey
After returning or arriving from the journey, two prayers were deducted as per the following hadith.
From Ka'ab bin Malik radhiallahu 'anhu bahwasannya Rasulullah shallallahu' alaihi wasallam came from traveling to the mosque and the prayer of two rak'ahs in it. (HR. Bukhari and Muslim)
20. A woman travels with her mahram
In a history it is said that a woman is not allowed to perform safar except with her mahram.
From Abu Hurairah radhiallahu 'anhu, he says: The Messenger of Allah shallallahu' alaihi wasallam say, “No woman should be who believe in Allah and the Last Day, perform safari for one day and one night except with his mahram. ” (HR. Bukhari and Muslim)
This is the subject of our discussion of prayer in the vehicle. Good luck. Thank you.