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The oppressor and the oppressed

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Dhul-Hijjah · Du'aa (Supplications) · Hajj · Quotes from Sunnah

The best of supplication is the supplication of Arafah

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Du'aa (Supplications) · Paradise · Quotes from Sunnah

If you ask from Allaah –Tabaraka wa Ta’ala- then ask Him for Firdaws ..

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Daily-Hadith · Dhikr · Du'aa (Supplications) · Sickness and Health

Invocation at the Time of Distress – from Saheeh Al-Bukhaari

1741. Narrated Ibn ‘Abbaas (radhi Allaahu anhu) : Allaah’s Messenger (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wasallam) used to invoke at the time of distress, saying

Laa ilaaha illal laahu al-‘Azeem, al-Haleem, Laa ilaaha illallahu Rabbul-‘arshil-Azeem, Laa ilaaha illallaahu Rabbus-samaawati wa Rabbul-ardi, wa Rabbul-‘arshil-Kareem“(*)

(*) [H.174] None has the right to be worshipped but Allaah, the Majestic, the Most Forebearing. None has the right to be worshipped but Allaah, the Lord of the Tremendous Throne. None has the right to be worshipped but Allaah, the Lord of the earth and the Lord of the Honourable Throne.

[Saheeh Al-Bukhaari, Hadeeth No. 357, Vol. 8]

Source : The Book of Dhikr, Ad-Du’aa At-Tauba etc – Chapter 21 – Invocation at the time of distress.  Al-Lulu Wal-Marjan, Compiled by : Fuwad Abdul-Baqi, Translated by : Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan

Daily-Hadith · Dhikr · Du'aa (Supplications) · Great Rewards

Easy on the Tongue ,very heavy in the Balance, very dear to the Beneficent

1727. Narrated Aboo Huraira (radhi Allaahu anhu) : The Prophet (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wasallam) said,

There are two expressions which are very easy for the tongue to say, but they are very heavy in the balance (of deeds) and are very dear to the Beneficent (Allaah), and they are, ‘Subhaan Allaahi Al-Azeem and Subhaan Allaahi wa bihamdihi.(*)’ “

(*) [H. 1727] see the footnote of Hadeeth No. 1725.

[Saheeh Al-Bukhaari, Hadeeth No. 415, Vol. 8]

Source : The Book of Dhikr, Ad-Du’aa At-Tauba etc – Chapter 10 -The superiority of Tahleel (Saying: Laa ilaaha ill-Allaah) tasbeeh (Saying : Subhan Allaah) and to invoke Allaah (Subhahanu wata’alaa). Al-Lulu Wal-Marjan,Compiled by : Fuwad Abdul-Baqi,Translated by : Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan

Daily-Hadith · Du'aa (Supplications) · Sickness and Health

To perform Ruqya over a patient by reciting Al-Mu’awwidhat

1415. Narrated ‘Aaisha (radhi Allaahu anha) :

Whenever Allaah’s Messenger (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wasallam) became sick, he would recite Mu’awwidhat (Soorat Al-Falaq and Surat An-Nas) and then blow his breath over his body. When he became seriously ill I used to recite (these two Surah) and rub his hands over his body hoping for its blessings.

[Saheeh Al-Bukhaari, Hadeeth No. 535, Vol. 6]

Source : The Book Of As-Salaam (Greetings) : Chapter 20 – To perform Ruqya over a patient by reciting Al-Mu’awwidhat [Soorat Al-Falaq (113), and Soorat An-Nas (114) and blowing one’s breath and saliva over the patient while reciting these Verses. Al-Lulu Wal-Marjan,Compiled by : Fuwad Abdul-Baqi, Translated by : Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan

Character · Daily-Hadith · Du'aa (Supplications) · Sins

Allaah is pleased with the repentance of His slave

1747. Narrated ‘Abdullaah bin Mas’ood (radhi Allaahu anhu) : Allaah’s Messenger (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wasallam) said,

Allaah is more pleased with the repentance of His slave than a man who encamps at a place where his life is in jeopardy, but he has his riding animal carrying his food and water. He then rests his head and sleeps for a short while and wakes to find his riding animal gone. (He starts looking for it) and suffers exhausion from severe heat and thirst or what Allaah wished (him to suffer from). He then says, ‘I will go back to my place.’ He returns and sleeps again, and then (getting up), he raises his head to find his riding animal standing beside him.

[Saheeh Al-Bukhaari, Hadeeth No. 320, Vol. 8]

Source : The Book Of Repentance : Chapter 1 – Exhortation for At-Tauba (the repentance) and to be pleased for it. Al-Lulu Wal-Marjan, Compiled by : Fuwad Abdul-Baqi, Translated by : Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khan