Making one’s Messenger topic a du‘aa’ (supplication) or word of wisdom .
12 Sep 2012 10:12 GMT
 
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There are “topics” for Messenger of different types, including some that are called Islamic topics. I chose one of these topics for my e-mail. Is it permissible for me to do that? Please note that chat or writing begins with this Islamic topic that I chose.

Praise be to Allah.

There is nothing wrong with using Messenger topics and choosing useful words, or beneficial supplications, or good lines of poetry. That will serve as a reminder to one's friends, and will prompt and remind them to do good and obey Allah.

And Allah knows best.

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