Sahih Muslim Hadith - 444

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Narrated Aisha

There was a solar eclipse in the time of the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him). He stood up to pray and remained standing for a very long time. He then bowed and remained bending over for a very long time. He then raised his head and stood for some time, but not as long as on the first occasion. He then bowed and remained bending over for some time but not as long as on the first occasion. He prostrated, then stood up and remained standing, but not as long as before. He then bowed and remained bending over, but not as long as before. He then lifted his head, stood up and remained standing, but not as long as the first time. He then bowed and remained bending over but not as long as the first time. He then prostrated himself. When he turned round, the sun had become bright, and he addressed the people. He praised Allah, lauded Him and said: The sun and the moon are two signs of Allah; they are not eclipsed on account of anyone's death or on account of anyone's birth. So when you see them, glorify and supplicate Allah, observe prayer, give alms. O Ummah of Muhammad, none is more indignant than Allah when His servant or maid commits fornication. O people of Muhammad, by Allah, if you knew what I know, you would weep much and laugh little.

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