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Du’a for increased sustenance

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Is this du’a from Hadith?


For plentiful rizq (sustenance) and total independence recite the following du’a one hundred (100) times after ‘Isha and 100 times after Fajr.

اللهم كما صنت وجهي عن السجود لغيرك فصن وجهى عن المسئلة لغيرك

Allahumma kama sunta wajhi ‘anis sujudi li ghayrika fasun wajhi ‘anil mas-alati li ghayrika

“O Allah, as you have preserved my face [honour] by safeguarding me from making sajdah to others, do save my face [honour] by safeguarding me from stretching my hands before others.”

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Eating in the Masjid

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Is this Hadith authentic?

‘Abdullah ibnul Harith (radiyallahu ‘anhu) said: “In the time of the Messenger of Allah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) we used to eat bread and meat in the Masjid.”

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Another narration regarding abundant rewards for salutations

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Is this Hadith authentically ascribed to Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam)? Sayyiduna Jabir (radiyallahu ‘anhu) reported that Nabi (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said:

“Whosoever read this durud in the morning and the evening, it will tire the angels when writing its reward for a thousand days.”

اللهم رب محمد، صل على محمد، واجز محمدا ما هو أهله

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The first person to apply logic was Iblis

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What is the authenticity of this narration?

Ibn ‘Abbas (radiyallahu ‘anhuma) where he said: “The first creature that apply the concept of qiyas [logic] is Iblis, then he made a mistake in his qiyas. Thus, whoever applies his logic in religious matters [only depending on logic] Allah Ta’ala will make him be with Iblis.”

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Verily this Din [religion] is solid

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Kindly provide the authenticity of the following narration:

إن هذا الدين متين، فأوغل فيه برفق، ولا تبغّض إلي نفسك عبادة الله تعالى، فإن المُنبَتَّ لا أرضا قطع، ولا ظهرا أبقى

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Ibn ‘Umar (radiyallahu ‘anhu) explains the importance of understanding the Quran

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What is the authenticity and the Arabic text of this narration?

Sayyiduna ‘Abdullah Ibn ‘Umar (radiyallahu ‘anhuma) said: “For a long time we would learn Iman before [mastering] the Quran. A Surah would be revealed to Muhammad (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) so we would learn [the details of the law from it], what is permissible, what is impermissible and learn what significant point there was in it, just as you yourselves know the Quran. [But now by Allah] I see even [grown] men reciting the whole of the Quran from the Opening to the end, but have no idea what it is telling them to do or warning them from committing, or what the significance of it is. [To them reciting it,] is like tossing someone a cheap date.”

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