A Muadhin will have no fear on the day of Qiyamah


Kindly provide the reference for the following Hadith:

One of the three categories of people who will not fear on the Day of Qiyamah when everybody will be filled with terror is a muadhin (caller to Salah) who calls people to Salah solely in pursuit of the pleasure of Allah.

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Significance of certain recitals after Fard Salahs


Can the following be practiced upon?

‘It is Allah’s promise that anyone who recites, after every Salah,

Suratul Fatihah, Ayatul Kursi, two verses of Al-Imran, that is Shahidallahu..(3:18) and the verse: Qulillahumma Malikal Mulki upto Bi ghayri hisab (3: 26, 27),

He will make his abode in Paradise, and have him placed in the Sacred Enclosure, and bless him with His mercy seventy times every day, and fulfill seventy of his needs, and protect him against every envier and enemy and make him prevail over them.’

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A follow up query on a Hadith in Majalisul Abrar


I  wanted to ask regarding your answer in this link:

Shaykh Zakariya (rahimahullah) said that this narration has been mentioned in the book Majālis al-Abrār.

I have been unable to find this narration amongst the collections of ahādīth that are available to me.

However, the Shaykh of our Mashāikh, Shāh `Abd al-`Azīz Dahlawī (rahimahullāh), has praised this book. my question is  is such an approach acceptable from scholars of Islam?

Especially in a book which is written for laymen?

Is this narration authentic? or are salafis correct for saying this is a fabricated narration?

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A du’a to be read after Fajr and Maghrib for protection from Jahannam


What is the authenticity of the following narration?

The Prophet (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) said:

“When you pray Fajr, say seven times before speaking, ‘O Allah, protect me from the Fire.’ If you die on that day, Allah will write for you protection from the Fire. When you pray Maghrib, say seven times before speaking, ‘O Allah, protect me from the Fire.”

If you die that night, Allah will write for you protection from the Fire.


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A follow up query regarding the translation of a narration on the virtue of Surah Ikhlas


Regarding my question on the translation of this:

من قرأ قل هو الله أحد عشر مرات في دبر كل صلاة الغداة لم يلحق به ذلك اليوم ذنب، وإن جهد الشيطان

You have translated it as:

“Sayyiduna ‘Ali (radiyallahu’anhu) said: ‘Whoever recites Surah ikhlas ten times daily after Fajr, will not fall into sin on that day, even if Shaytan tries his utmost [to lure him to do so].

But my question is why isn’t the word “Fajr”  mentioned in the orginal Arabic text because I don’t see this word mentioned in it.

Kindly see the previous question here.

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Meaning of being protected from ‘destruction by sin’


Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) said:

“Whoever says the following ten times, at the end of every Fajr prayer, while his feet are still folded, before speaking:

La ilaha illallahu, wahdahu la sharika lahu, lahul mulku wa lahul hamdu, yuhyi wa yumitu, wa huwa ‘ala kulli shayin qadir

(Translation: None has the right to be worshipped but Allah, Alone without partner, to Him belongs all that exists, and to Him is the praise, He gives life and causes death, and He is powerful over all things.)

Ten good deeds shall be written for him, ten sins will be wiped away from him, ten degrees shall be raised up for him, and he shall be in security all that day from every disliked thing, and he shall be in protection from Shaytan, and no sin will meet him or destroy him that day, except for associating partners with Allah.

My question is: 

Does this mean that it is impossible for a person to commit a sin on that day and does this include all major and minor sins?

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Devotion in Salah



Kindly provide a Hadith that can be quoted regarding performing salah with devotion and concentration.

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Another du’a when entering the Masjid


Previously you have cited a reference for the famous du’a when entering the Masjid:

Allahummaf tah li abwaba Rahmatik

I am looking for a source for the second part of this du’a that is commonly recited:

Wa sahhil li abwaba Rizqik.

Can you please assist?

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