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The chain for the incident of ‘Alqamah

Question

In your answer regarding the incident of the Sahabi (‘alqamah) who couldn’t recite the shahadah at the time of death, you provided two references; Tabarani & Tambihul Ghafilin.

I cannot seem to locate the narration in Tabrani. Could you please provide me with the exact reference and page number?

Also the narration in Tambihul Ghafilin does not contain the whole sanad. Where can I find the whole sanad of this narration?

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Du’a for knowledge, ‘amal, sustenance and cure

Question

I want to know about supplications regarding ilm, rizq, amal etc.

I memorized one of them (no. 1) but I keep hearing different versions of it from scholars (see 2, 3 as examples, and I have heard more versions).

1- Allahumma inni asaluka ‘ilman nafi’an wa rizqan tayyiban wa ‘amalan mutaqabbalan Ya arhamar rahimeen. (I had memorized this one).

2- Allahumma inni asaluka ilman nafi’a was rizqan wasi’a wa ‘amalan mutaqabbala [wa shifa-an min kulli da.]

3- Allahumma inna nasaluka ilman nafia’ wa amalan salihan muta’qabbala wa rizqan wasian halalan tayyiba

My question is; The “masnun” du’as that talk about ilm, rizq, amal etc, do we have multiple authentic narrations on it with different words? If so, on these du’as, is there one text that is more authentic/preferred that is better to use compared to others? Jazakumullahu khayran for this valuable service.

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The father is the best door to Jannah

Question

Is this Hadith authentic?

Sayyiduna Abud Darda (radiyallahu ‘anhu) reported that Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said,

“The father is the middle of the door of Jannah, so keep this door or lose it.”

I have also been told there are variations of this Hadith where it says “The father is the key to Jannah” and not the door?

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Reciting the Shahadah after wudu

Question

I’ve been told that reading second kalimah (the shahadah) after wudu is Sunnah along with a verse of the Quran.

Can you please confirm the narration, and it’s authenticity?

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