Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 09:55 GMT
If someone does some act of kindness for me and I have no other way to repay that person, should I pray to Allah for that person by supplication to Allah on that person's behalf?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 09:54 GMT
I read in the Sunnah that the supplication of someone who is oppressed is answered. Does this mean that when we are wronged by someone else, we are encouraged to beseech Allah's wrath against that person?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 09:53 GMT
Many Muslims, after burping or sighing, systematically say: "Astaghfirullâh". It is my understanding, though, that there's no such sunnah and that it is merely cultural.
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 09:52 GMT
What are some of the best remembrances that we should mention to remember Allah?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 09:51 GMT
What is the recommended time for offering the evening remembrances. Some scholars say that the proper time for the evening remembrances is after the Maghrib prayers and continues up to the time that the evening light fades from the sky. Others say that the time begins after the `Asr prayer and ends at sunset. What is your opinion in this regard?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 09:50 GMT
A certain scholar prescribed for me to read salutations upon the Prophet (peace be upon him) a certain number of times along with some other remembrances every day after the Maghrib prayer. Is this a valid practice?
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2011 09:47 GMT
Is being in a state of ritual purity a precondition for engaging in the remembrance of Allah?
Last Modified: 25 Aug 2011 06:39 GMT
I was told that we are supposed to make special invocations during our wudû’ when we wash each limb. There is an invocation for washing each arm, for washing the face, for wiping the head, and so forth. Is this true? If so, what are these invocations?
Last Modified: 25 Aug 2011 06:38 GMT
Can I use prayer beads to count my prescribed remembrances or is it an unlawful innovation to do so? I really find that the beads help me a lot to keep up my daily remembrances and they encourage me to do more.
Last Modified: 25 Aug 2011 06:37 GMT
I recited all of my recommended morning remembrances – as is my daily habit – and did so sincerely and attentively, with full presence of mind. Then I went to the market to buy something, and my purse was stolen. On another occasion, a close friend of mine read her daily remembrances with sincerity and devotion, but nevertheless her purse was stolen while she was shopping later in the day. Is it not true that reciting our daily remembrances to Allah, if done with sincerity and concentration, ...
Last Modified: 22 Aug 2011 02:10 GMT
Can Laylat al-Qadr be seen, i.e. can it be seen with the human eye? Some people say that if a person can see Laylat al-Qadr he sees a light in the sky and so on. How did the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and the Sahaabah (may Allaah be pleased with them all) see it? How can a person know that he has seen Laylat al-Qadr? Will a person still gain its reward even if he could not see that night? Please explain that to us, and mention the evidence for it.
Last Modified: 14 Jun 2011 02:10 GMT
If it is mustahab to recite(from memory) with wudhu then would it be makrooh to do so with out wudhu?
Last Modified: 09 May 2011 02:10 GMT
Some people add the words wa'l-shukr (and thanks) after saying Rabbana wa laka'l-hamd (Our Lord, and to You be praise) [when rising from rukoo' or bowing in the prayer]. What is your opinion on that?
Last Modified: 13 Apr 2011 02:10 GMT
What is the dua that if a person says it when he is travelling, he will come back to his family safe and sound by virtue of this dua?
Last Modified: 12 Apr 2011 02:10 GMT
Is the supplication, O Allah, show us a bad day for them regarded as reviling or inveighing against time?.
Last Modified: 09 Feb 2011 03:10 GMT
I know it is required for us to say the duâaaâs for morning and evening (adhkaar) between dawn and sunrise, and after âAsr. Is there anything wrong with playing a CD on the computer with the adhkaar (which are from the Sunnah) in our house and listening to it, and sometimes saying the adhkaar with it. This isnât bidâah, is it?
Last Modified: 01 Feb 2011 03:10 GMT
Praise be to Allaah, I have memorized 98 of the names of Allaah, and I hope that you can believe what you are reading, because I cannot find more than 98 names in the dhikrs for morning and evening. I asked some colleagues at work whose knowledge of Islam I trust, and I could not get a definitive answer from them. I hope that you could do me the honour of sending to me all the beautiful names of Allaah, and that you can tell me of the attributes of Allaah which are not regarded as being among th ...
Last Modified: 05 Jan 2011 03:10 GMT
Do I have to do the prostration of forgetfulness when I forget to say the duâaaâ of Witr? Should I do the prostration of forgetfulness if I do not recite out loud at times when the recitation should be out loud, because I forgot?
Last Modified: 02 Jan 2011 03:10 GMT
A number of adhkaar have been narrated to be recited when bowing, such as âSubhaan Allaah al-âAzeem wa bi hamdihi (Glory and praise be to Allaah the most Great)â and âSubbooh Quddoos Rabb al-Malaaâikah waâl-Rooh (Glorified, Holy, Lord of the Angels and of the Rooh)â and âAllaahumma laka rakaâtu â¦ (O Allaah, to You have I bowedâ¦)â. Is it permissible to combine two of these kinds of adhkaar when bowing, such as saying, âSubhaan Rabbi ...
Last Modified: 13 Oct 2010 02:10 GMT
How can we teach our children the adhkaar to be recited every day and night?
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