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The Hadith that promises seventy three favours for humanitarian aid

Question

I asked lots of scholars about the Hadith:

“If one fulfills one need of a Muslim Allah Ta’la will give him seventy three favours. One is sufficient for all the needs in this world and seventy two will be used to raise his stages in the hereafter”

These people said they never read such a Hadith. Please let me know if you find it and what is its status?

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A beautiful tasbih for after Jumu’ah Salah

Question

What is the status of the following Hadith narrated by Ibnus Sunni in book; Amalul yawm wallaylah:

“whoever recites the following 100 times after Jumu’ah Salah on Friday;

subhanallahil azeemi wa bi hamdihi

Rasulullah (sallalhu ‘alayhi wasallam) has said the reciter’s 100,000 sins will be forgiven and in addition 24,000 of his/her parents’ sins will also be forgiven.

سبحان الله العظیم و بحمدہ

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The rewards and warnings for fajr salah

Question

Is there any reward mentioned in the Hadith for Fajr in congregation? Is there any warnings in the Hadith for not reading Fajr in congregation. I heard that in the Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wasallam)’s time that even the hypocrites used to come to the masjid for Fajr. So will we be worse than the hypocrites if we do not go to masjid for Fajr?

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Etiquettes of entering and leaving the home

Question

What should we say for protection when leaving the house? What are the adabs of leaving and entering one’s home? What is the du’a to stop Shaytan or Jinn from entering our house?

Is there a sahih Hadith that says that Allah will appoint 70,000 angels to protect a person, if they say; “Bismillahi tawakkaltu ‘alallah”, when leaving the house?

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To use the right hand when counting Dhikr

Question

I recently read an email which stated that our Prophet Muhammad (sallallahu’alaihi wasallam) prohibited the Sahabah (radiyallahu’anhum) from using their left hands to count when doing dhikr. Unfortunately I cannot find this email, and was hoping that you could find something in this regard and forward it to me. Jazakallah

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