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« Reply #15 on: May 11, 2011, 04:06:25 AM »

Salam,

Ameen my Brother.

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« Reply #16 on: May 20, 2011, 01:23:47 PM »

The Sunna of Praying at Night

The Prophet – Peace be upon him – said: (The best time for fasting after Ramadan is the month of Moharram, and the best prayer after performing obligatory ones is the night prayer), narrated by Muslim.

1- The best number (of Raka’s) for praying at night is eleven Raka’s (bows) or thirteen ones along the night because it is narrated that: (The Prophet – peace be upon him – was praying eleven Raka’s – bows – (at night) and that was his usual prayer), narrated by Al-Bukhari.

In another narration, it is mentioned: (He was praying thirteen Raka’s…), narrated by Al-Bukhari.

2- It is Sunna when praying at night to use Sewak and reciting the last verses of Ali-Imran from: {( ‹Inna Fī Khalqi As-Samāwāti Wa Al-’Arđi Wa Akhtilāfi Al-Layli Wa An-Nahāri La’āyātin Li’wlī Al-’Albābi) i.e. (Indeed, in the creation of the heavens and the earth and the alternation of the night and the day are signs for those of understanding)} (Ali-Imran: 190) until finishing this Sura.

3- It is Sunna also to say the supplications of the Prophet – Peace be upon him – such as: (O Allah, praise is to You. You are the Light of the heavens and the earth and all that they contain. Praise is to You, You are the Sustainer of the heavens and the earth and all they contain. Praise is to You, You are the King of the heavens and the earth. You are the Truth, Your Promise is true, Your audience is true, Your Word is true, Paradise is true, Hell is true, the Prophets are true).

4- It is Sunna also to start the prayer at night with two light Raka’sin order to become active and get ready to the following prayers. The Prophet – Peace be upon him – said: (If you start praying at night, then start prayer with two light Raka’s). Narrated by Muslim.

5- It is Sunna also to start the prayer at night by saying the following prophetic supplication: (O Allah, Lord of Jibrail, Mikail and Israfil, Maker of the heavens and the earth. Knower of the unseen and the seen. You judge between Your slaves regarding that in which they differ. Guide me to the truth regarding that in which there is difference, by Your leave. Surely, You guide whomever you please to the straight path). Narrated by Muslim.

6- It is Sunna also to prolong the prayer, because the Prophet – Peace be upon him – was asked: What is the best prayer? He said: (The longer).
Narrated by Muslim.
The meaning of longer is prolonging standing in prayer.

7- It is Sunna also to ask refuge in Allah The Almighty when you recite a verse speaking about punishment, by saying [I seek refuge in Allah from the punishment of Allah], and to ask the mercy of Allah when you recite a verse speaking about mercy, by saying: [O Allah, I ask for Your favor], and to glorify Allah when you recite a verse exalting Allah The Almighty.

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« Reply #17 on: May 20, 2011, 01:26:45 PM »


The Sunna of Wetr Prayer

(Wetr prayer means ending the prayer at night with odd number of Raka’s)

1- It is Sunna, for the one who wishes to end the prayer at night with three Wetr Raka’s, to read after Al-Fateha :Suraht Al A’laa no. 87{( Sabbiĥi Asma Rabbika Al-’A`lá) in the first Raka,
Surat Al Kafirun no.109 {( Qul Yā ‘Ayyuhā Al-Kāfirūna)

in the second Raka,and Surat Al Ikhlaas no 112{( Qul Huwa Allāhu ‘Aĥadun) in the third Raka,

as narrated by Abu Dawood, Al Termithi and Ibn Majah.

2- It is Sunna to say, after finishing the Wetr prayer: (-Subhaanal-Malikil-Quddoosi- i.e. Glory is to The King, the Holy), three times. At the third time, as narrated by Ad-Dar Qotni, it is Sunna to raise and extend his voice and say: (-Rabbil-malaa’ikati warroohi- i.e. Lord of the angels and the Spirit), authenticated by Al-Arna’out, and it was narrated by Abu Dawood and An-Nasa’ei.

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« Reply #18 on: May 20, 2011, 01:30:31 PM »


Post- Prayer Sunnahs


1- Asking Allah for forgiveness, three times, and saying: “O Allah, You are The Peace and The Giver of peace, Supremely Blessed be You, The Owner of Majesty and Munificence.” Narrated by Muslim.

2- (There is no god but Allah, alone with no partner, all kingdom is His, all praise is to Him, and He is Ever-Determiner over everything. O Allah, there is no deterrent for what You gave, no giver for what You prevented, and neither wealth nor power can protect their owner from You). Narrated by Al-Bukhari and Muslim.

3- (There is no god but Allah, alone with no partner, all kingdom is His, all praise is to Him, and He is Ever-Determiner over everything. There is no might or any power except with Allah, and we do not worship any but Him, all grace is His, all favor is His and all good praise is to Him. There is no god but Allah, making religion faithfully his, though the disbelievers hate it). Narrated by Muslim.

4- (Subhan Allah (Glorified be Allah), Al-Hamdulillah (all praise is to Allah), Allahu Akbar (Allah is The Greater) thirty three times, and (There is no god but Allah, alone with no partner, all kingdom is His, all praise is to Him, and He is Ever-Determiner over everything). Narrated by Muslim.

5- (O Allah, help me remember You, thank You and worship You well). Narrated by Abu-Dawoud and An-Nasa’i.

6- (O Allah, I take refuge with You from cowardice, take refuge with You from being driven to the worst age, take refuge with You from life sedition and take refuge with You from the torment of the grave). Narrated
by Al-Bukhari.


7- O my God, protect me from Your punishment, on the day You make all Your slaves to rise again. This is because of what was narrated that Al-Bara’ said: when we prayed behind the Messenger of Allah (PBUH), we liked to be on his right, so that he might be face to face with us, I heard him, then, say: “O my God, protect me from Your punishment, on the day You make all Your slaves to rise again.” Narrated by Muslim.

8- Reciting (Say, “He is Allah, The Only One”), (Say, “I take refuge with The Lord of the Daybreak”) and (Say, “I take refuge with The Lord of mankind”). Narrated by Abu-Dawoud, At-Termithi and An-Nasa’i. * After Al-Fajr (dawn) and Al-Maghreb (sunset) prayers, one should repeat them triple.

9- Reciting the verse of the Chair (ayat-al-Kursii): (Allah. There is no god except He, The Ever-Living, The Superb Upright Sustainer). Narrated by An-Nissa’i.

10- (There is no god but Allah, alone with no partner, all kingdom is His, all praise is to Him, and He is Ever-Determiner over everything, ten times after Al-Subh (dawn) and Al-Maghreb (sunset) prayers). Narrated by At-Termithi.

11- Glorification should be done using the hand, and in a narration using
the right hand, but this narration is not agreed upon, though other generalizations testify for it.

12- One should say these athkar in the same place he has prayed in, and should not change his place.


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« Reply #19 on: May 20, 2011, 01:32:02 PM »



* The total of these sunnahs, if a Muslim is keen on it after every obligatory
prayer, he will apply up to [55] sunnahs, and may be more in Al-Fajr (dawn) and Al-Maghreb (sunset) prayers.

The fruit of applying these sunnahs after every obligatory prayer and preserving them:
a- 500 sadaqa (charitable deeds) is written for the Muslim for these glorifications
after every prayer in his day and night, for his saying (PBUH): (every glorification is sadaqa, every time one says: Allah is The Greater is sadaqa, every praise (to Allah) is sadaqa and every time one says: there is no god but Allah is sadaqa...) narrated by Muslim.
*An-Nawawi said: has the same reward.

b- If the Muslim preserves these glorifications after every prayer in his day and night, 500 trees will be planted for him in paradise. The Messenger
of Allah (PBUH) passed by Abu-Horairah, while he was implanting a plant, so, he said: “O Abu-Horairah, wouldn’t I tell you about a plant which is better for you?” he said: “yes, Messenger of Allah!” he said: “say: Subhan Allah (Glorified be Allah), Al-Hamdulillah (all praise is to Allah), there is no god but Allah and Allahu Akbar (Allah is The Greater), and a tree will be planted for you in paradise for each.” Narrated by Ibn-Majah and Al-Albani said it is authentic.

c- Nothing separates him from paradise, except that he dies in order to enter it. This is for this who recites the verse of the Chair (ayat-al-Kursii) and preserves it after every obligatory prayer.


d- This who preserves these glorifications, his sins will be expiated, even
if they are like sea foam. (As in saheeh Muslim (the authentic narrations
of Muslim).

e-This, who keeps these glorifications constantly after every prayer,
avoids disgrace in this life and in the hereafter, for the hadith: (sayings,
this who says them is never disgraced…. And he mentioned these glorifications…)
narrated by Muslim.

f- To fix the defects and complete what is missing in the obligatory prayers.


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