عن أبي جَمرة -نصر بن عمران الضُّبَعي- قال: «سألت ابن عباس عن المُتْعَةِ؟ فأمرني بها، وسألته عن الهَدْيِ؟ فقال: فيه جَزُورُ، أو بقرةٌ، أو شَاةٌ، أو شِرْكٌ في دم، قال: وكان ناس كرهوها، فنمت، فرأيت في المنام: كأن إنسانا ينادي: حَجٌّ مَبْرُورٌ، ومُتْعَةٌ مُتَقَبَّلَةٌ. فأتيت ابن عباس فحدثته، فقال: الله أكبر! سُنَّةُ أبي القاسم -صلى الله عليه وسلم-».
[صحيح.] - [متفق عليه.]
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Abu Jamrah Nasr ibn `Imraan ad-Duba`i reported: "I asked Ibn `Abbaas about Hajj-ut-Tamattu`. He ordered me to perform it. I asked him about the Hady (sacrifice). He said: ‘You have to slaughter a camel, a cow, a sheep, or you may share the Hady with others.’ It seemed that some people disliked it (Hajj-ut-Tamattu`). I slept and dreamt as if a person was announcing: ‘May Allah accept your pilgrimage and accept your Mut`ah (Hajj-ut-Tamattu`).’ I went to Ibn `Abbaas and narrated it to him. He said: ‘Allah is the Greatest. That is the Sunnah of Abu al-Qaasim (i.e. the Prophet), may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him.’”

Explanation

Abu Jamrah asked Ibn `Abbaas, may Allah be pleased with both of them, about Hajj-ut-Tamattu` (making `Umrah then Hajj with separate Ihraam), so he ordered him to do it. Then he asked him about the Hady (sacrifice) associated with it as it was mentioned in the Qur'an: {Whoever performs `Umrah [during the Hajj months] followed by Hajj [offers] what can be obtained with ease of sacrificial animals.} [Surat-ul-Baqarah: 196] He replied: You have to slaughter a camel, a cow, a sheep, or one-seventh of a camel or cow, i.e. share the Hady with others. It seems that someone had opposed Abu Jamrah regarding Tamattu`, so he saw in his dream that someone was announcing: "May Allah accept your Hajj and accept your Mut`ah (Hajj-ut-Tamattu`)." He went to Ibn `Abbaas and narrated to him this beautiful vision. Since good visions are considered one part of prophethood, Ibn `Abbaas, may Allah be pleased with both of them, was pleased with it. He considered it glad tidings that Allah guided him to what was correct. He, thus, said: "Allah is the Greatest. That is the Sunnah of Abu al-Qaasim (i.e. the Prophet), may Allah's peace and blessings be upon him.”

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