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Virtue of sleeping in the state of wudu

Question

Is this narration authentic?

Sayyiduna Ibn ‘Abbas (radiyallahu’anhu) reported that Allah’s Messenger said:

“Purify these bodies and Allah will purify you, for there is no slave who goes to sleep in a state of purity but an Angel spends the night with him, and every time he turns over, [the Angel] says, ‘O Allah! Forgive Your slave, for he went to bed in a state of purity.”

 

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A du’a before wudu

Question

Is the following du’a to be read before wudu?

اللهم اني اسألك تمام الوضوء وتمام الصلوة وتمام رضوانك وتمام مغفرتك

Translation: O Allah I ask you to bless me with a complete wudu, complete Salah, your complete happiness and forgiveness.

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The famous du’a during wudu

Question

The famous du’a read whilst making wudu:

اللَّهُمَّ اغْفِرْ لِي ذَنْبِي، وَوَسِّعْ لِي فِي دَارِي، وَبَارِكْ لِي فِي رِزْقِي

Allahummagh fir li dhambi wa wassi’ li fi dari wa barik li fi rizqi.

Is this in the Hadith or is it a du’a from the pious? When should this du’a be recited? i.e whilst washing a specific limb or anytime whilst making wudu?

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Wudu after eating camel meat?

Question

Should we perform wudu after eating camel meat refer to the below mention Hadith? If not why?

Jabir ibn Samurah (radiyallahu ‘anhu) narrated: A man asked the Messenger of Allah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) whether he should perform wudu after eating mutton. He (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) said: “Perform wudu if you wish, and if do not wish, do not perform it. ” He again asked: “Should I perform wudu after eating camel’s meat?” He (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam) said: “Yes perform wudu after eating camel’s meat.”

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Muslims using miswak in a battle

Question 

A very famous incident is always mentioned regarding the virtues of using miswak.

In a certain battle the Muslims were suffering some loss. So the leader pondered over the matter and came to the conclusion that this great sunnah was being left out. He then commanded the army to use the miswak. When the enemy saw this, they became afraid and fled thinking that the Muslims are sharpening their teeth to eat them.

Is this a true story? If yes then in which battle did it take place and who was the leader?

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