What was changed from the narratives of the call to prayer (( An analytical study ))
Keywords:replacement, narrations, the call to prayer, legislation, Abdullah bin Zaid
The five prayers that were imposed on Muslims were temporary at specific times, and it was not permissible for a Muslim to perform them before their time began, so it was necessary to remind them of them. He was taken on a journey to the Mi’raj, so he heard the call to prayer from Gabriel (peace be upon him), and once again when Gabriel (peace be upon him) called the call to prayer on earth, the Prophet (may God bless him and his family) ordered Imam Ali bin Abi Talib (peace be upon him) to call Bilal to teach him the call to prayer, but these narrations It was replaced by other narrations mentioning that this legislation came It came through a vision that the companion Abdullah bin Zaid saw in a dream, as well as Umar bin Al-Khattab, but he did not inform the Prophet (may God bless him and his family) of his vision because according to what bin narrations stated that he was ashamed, or two or more companions, according to the difference in the narrations and the substitution that occurred in them, and from Then suggesting that vision to the Prophet (may God bless him and his family), and the Prophet (may God bless him and his family), in turn, approved that act and ordered that it be added to the call to prayer, but it is true that these narratives are fabricated and replaced by the evidence of what is prove by the sources of these narratives that were develop after the death of Abdullah bin Zaid, so it is invalid. Whereas it is correct that the call to prayer was legislated by the Prophet (may God bless him and his family) by order of God Almighty and at the latest on the night of Isra and Miraj, and that the difference that occurred is among Muslims, as some of them suggested using new means, but the Prophet (may God bless him and his family) decided The subject, when Bilal ordered the call to prayer, and the Prophet (may God bless him and his family) was not perplexed, and due to the importance of the subject, it was necessary for us to shed light on the altered narrations in the legislation of the call to prayer.