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  • Making Talbiyah as Thikr without Ihraam Date: 9-2-2017

    Assalaamu alaykum. Is it an innovation to say the Talbiyah as Thikr (expressions of remembrance of Allaah) and rememberance of Allaah on any average day? Can we say it like we say Alhumdulillaah (praise be to Allaah) and Subhaan Allaah (glory to Allaah)? Thank you. .. More

  • Sunnah in supplicating against others Date: 14-1-2017

    Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuhu, Shaykh. I want to know what the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, is regarding supplicating against others. I see in the Seerah (biography), that he supplicated against others at times, like when he said to that man, “Eat with your right hand.” The man said, “I cannot.. More

  • Asking to marry Maryam bint 'Imraan or Aasiyah in Paradise Date: 10-1-2017

    Is it permissible to ask Allaah: "O Allaah, marry me to Maryam, the daughter of Imraan (the mother of Prophet Jesus, peace be upon him) and Aasiyah, the wife of Pharaoh, in Paradise." And is it permitted to do good deeds to get this status because they are the leaders of the women of Paradise. .. More

  • Counting Tasbeeh with fingertips Date: 4-12-2016

    Assalaamu alaykum. How to read the Tasbeehaat (I mean Takbeer [saying Allaahu Akbar - Allaah is Great], Tasbeeh [saying Sobhaan Allaah - Glory to Allaah], and Tahmeed [saying Alhamdulillaah - praise be to Allaah] 33 times each after the prayer) on one's hands. I used to read it on my fingers, but then I read a fatwa saying that it is from the Sunnah.. More

  • Saying Thikr in language other than Arabic Date: 10-10-2016

    In one of the fatwas, you stated that doing Thikr (expressions of remembrance of Allaah) of some recitation is advised for a man before having intercourse with his wife. However, I would like you to tell me whether I should say that verse in Arabic only or if I can read its translation in English too? Would that be the same or not? Al-Bukhari and.. More

  • Intention in supplicating Date: 19-9-2016

    Assalaamu alaykum. Please answer me directly; I would be grateful to you! Does the intention depend on supplication? Do we get the reward by saying 'In Shaa Allaah' (if Allaah wills)while not having any intention to do it, or supplicating without having the intention to do so? Can these things be accepted by Allaah without holding an intention, like.. More

  • Asking Allaah to bless non-Muslim Date: 1-9-2016

    Previously, I asked a question, but you responded by forwarding to question no: 90921, where you kindly mentioned that we can pray for a disbeliever who is not against the Muslims, for worldly benefits, but not for mercy, forgiveness, and so on. However, my question is: there are scholarly differences of opinionwith regards to saying 'Salam' (peace).. More

  • How to praise Allaah before supplication Date: 15-3-2016

    Assalaamu alaykum! Your last answer to my Question No. 2600667 is not fully satisfying. Please read the following and clarify me it for me. I have a small doubt regarding supplication. You know, it is said that after every obligatory prayer, if we supplicate Allaah, The Exalted, concerning our individual problems, it will be granted/accepted. As for.. More

  • Raising the voice when supplicating is disliked Date: 9-2-2016

    Assalaamu alaykum. I sometimes speak in a very angry voice. I sometimes like to do so as it clears my mind. When I supplicate, I do so as well sometimes. I am not angry with Allaah; sometimes I am just angry about some stuff, if you speak with an angry voice to Allaah but are not angry with Allaah or are not menacing to show disrespect. Is that kufr.. More

  • Supplications are accepted after reciting Al-Faatihah and the last verses of Al-Baqarah Date: 15-12-2015

    Assalaamu alaykum. I heard a hadith on Iqra TV that says something in the sense that whoever recites the verse 'Rabbana, inana samayna munadeeyan enadee lil iman...' or the last two verses of Surah Al-Baqarah or other verses that I cannot recall while standing for prayer and asks Allaah a need, He will give it to him. I am sure the hadith exists but.. More

  • Ruling on saying inshaa’ Allaah in supplication Date: 6-12-2015

    Assalaamu alaykum. Is it allowed to use the phrase, 'May allah reward u inshaa’ Allaah'? Or may one say inshaa’ Allaah when making dua (supplication) for others? For example: May allah forgive your sins inshaa’ Allaah, or, May Allaah make u the people of paradise inshaa’ Allaah. .. More

  • Permissibility of supplicating against an oppressor Date: 20-11-2015

    Assalaamu alaykum Sir. I and my family members are facing a lot of problems from my sister's husband, he always insults and abuses us with very bad language. He even wants his friends to beat me and my brother, and he abused my mother in front of me with very abusive language. Please help me, I am so depressed, I did not do anything to him and did not.. More

  • The reason supplications do not always prevent harm Date: 19-11-2015

    Assalaamu alaykum. I noticed two hadiths in Sahih Muslim where Muhammad, sallallaahu 'alayhi wa sallam, said that if one stops at a place and says, "I seek refuge in the perfect Words of Allah from the evil of what He has created," then nothing will harm that person. Does this mean that, Allaah forbid, a Muslim who said this and was severely assaulted.. More

  • Ash-Shaafi‘i's opinion that supplication is recommended on specific nights Date: 21-7-2015

    the shaykh in a musjid quoted imam ALShafie as saying that "it has come to us that 4 nights are for beseeching ALLAH (swt) the first night of RAJAB the 2 nights of the EIDS and the 15 night of SHABAAN" is this based on authentic narrations. .. More

  • Reciting Dhikr in a diaper room with impurities Date: 14-7-2015

    As-salaamu 3laikum. I recently had a baby boy wa alhamdulilah. I change his nappy and dirty clothes and bath him in my bedroom because I don't have another place to do it (our toilet is small and unsuitable). I cannot keep all of the changing area and equipment completely free of impurities as I have to change his nappy and clothes frequently and can't.. More