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Du`a/Supplication

The door of mercy is opened for those who supplicate to Allah

Source : Dailyhadithonline.com / 18 Dec 2013

Ibn Umar reported (may Allah be pleased with him): The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Whoever among you opens the door of supplication, then the door of mercy is opened for him. Allah is not asked for anything more beloved to Him than to be asked for well-being.”

And the Prophet said,“Supplication brings benefit to what occurs and does not occur. O servants of Allah, you must supplicate.”

 

Adhkar After Salat: Authentic Supplications for after the Prayer

By Abu Amina Elias / 30 Nov 2013

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

The following are authentic supplications from the Sunnah for after the prayer in Arabic with English translation and transliteration.

استغفراللهاستغفراللهاستغفرالله

Astaghfiru Allah, Astaghfiru Allah, Astaghfiru Allah

 

New Year, New Leaf

By Dr. Wael Shihab / 05 Nov 2013

The New Hijri Year occasion is a time for reflection, assessment, and planning for the coming year. One should seize this occasion by assessing his work in the past year(s) and planning to lead a better life in the coming year. It’s high time for reflecting on and studying one’s relationship with God, with his own self, and with people.

 

How to Rejuvenate Your Daily Supplications

By Khurram Murad / 2 Nov 2013

Du`aa’, supplicating to Allah, is the essence of `ibadah. (Tirmidhi) Indeed, it is a demand of Islam. The Prophet has exhorted us:

"Allah is angry with him who does not ask [anything] from Him." (At-Tirmidhi)

 

Sincere Repentance – A Sure Path to Forgiveness

By Aseel Sammak / 21 Oct 2013

We all make mistakes in our lives and we all commit sins.

We are all human and sometimes tend to lose the path for a while. What do we do when we realise we were wrong?

How do we ensure that our repentance is sincere, consistent and successful?

 

Supplication through the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) (al-tawassul)

Source : Ali-Gomaa.com / 21 Sep 2013

One of the concepts within Islam that has been misunderstood in the modern age is the concept of tawassul. We need to return to the original linguistic and legal meanings of this term before we can discuss the ruling of making tawassul through the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).

The linguistic and legal meaning of a go-between (wasilah): Linguistically, al-wasilah is a rank with the king and nearness. Someone acts as a go-between with God for someone if they do something that draws them closer to Him. The wasil is the one who desires God. The poet Labid said:

 

Is it permissible for a Muslim to curse people?

By Abu Amina Elias / 10 Sep 2013

Question:

Are Muslims allowed to curse people?

Answer:

In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful A “curse” in the Islamic context means to be deprived of the mercy of Allah.

It is not permissible for a Muslim to curse a specific person, animal, or object.

 

Secrets of seclusion in final nights of Ramadan

By Amal Al-Sibai / 5 Aug 2013

It is during the last ten days and nights of Ramadan that the Night of Power waits to descend upon Muslims with all of its beauty and enchantment. It is during this majestic night that those Muslims who were lucky enough to stand in prayer are promised rewards and bounties of good deeds and the granting of whatever they ask in humble supplication to Allah.

 

Let us open our hearts in Ramadan

By Farhana Behjat / 26 Jul 2013

The Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: "Musa, the son of Imran once asked, 'Oh my Lord! Who is the most honorable of Your servants?' And He replied, the person who forgives even when he is in a position of power" (Baihaqi).

There are many days when we get into an argument with our friends and relatives and the idea of forgiving them is very challenging and a tough task. Moreover, the thought keeps you from forgiving, ‘Why should I? He has hurt me’

 

Etiquette's of Making Du'a to Allah (SWT)

Source : DoorwaytoParadise / 2 July 2013

Du'a is the weapon of a believer so whenever we decide to make du'a we must keep the following points in our mind:

1)   Sinceritiy in making du’a:

This indeed is the most important condition that we must fulfill while making Du’a for Allah (SWT) Himself wants us to worship Him in a pure (sincere) form as it’s evident from Qur’an. Now what do we mean by sincerity in du’a? We must have 100% faith in Allah (SWT) that It is only He who can fulfill our du’a.

 
 

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