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What to recite in ruku sujood.

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1. while reciting Quran - at the mention of mercy, describing punishment, while glorifies or exalts Allah  ....... etc.      pls. mention what to recite in ARABIC.  like for glorifies i will say subhanallah but for other things for hell fire and others what whould i recite?

 

2.  brother you mentioned that in masjid when reciting surah fatiha by iman one should say ameen in a loud voice,( i mean a next person could hear it)i have not notice among the women, who stands around me,  and during qayamul lail during witr duaa also should i say ameen in each duaa aloud?

 

3.  during qayamul lail ruku & sajdah is a long wait, so after subhanallahil azeem & subhan rabbi aala, what one should recite as there is enough time after saying 11 times also?

 

after rabban lakal hamd, what i must recite after standing from ruku?  pls. send in arabic

 

in sajdah after i finished subhanrabbial aala, can i make duaa in my language as there is ample of time, if not what i should recite?(while in the process of sajdah)

 

what about after darood shareef, before the salam to end the prayer, what must be recited?  i do rabbiq firli is it right before the salam?

 

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What to recite in ruku sujood

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Your Question: while reciting Quran - at the mention of mercy, describing punishment, while glorifies or exalts Allah  ....... etc.      pls. mention what to recite in ARABIC.  like for glorifies i will say subhanallah but for other things for hell fire and others what whould i recite?


When one recites or hears a verse of the Glorious Quran pertaining to a particular subject, it would be good etiquette to say or declare the following:

  1. When one recites a verse where Allah Subhanah is Exalted or Glorified: Subhan-Allah. (meaning Glory be to Allah).
  2. When one recites a verse pertaining to Allahs Mercy, or Rewards, or entry into Paradise, etc: Allahhummaj alna minhum (O Allah, enroll me amongst them).
  3. When one recites a verse pertaining to Allahs Wrath, or Punishments, or entry into Hell Fire, etc.: Aoodobir-Rahmaana min daalik (I seek the refuge in The Most Merciful from that).

 

Your Question: brother you mentioned that in masjid when reciting surah fatiha by iman one should say ameen in a loud voice,( i mean a next person could hear it)i have not notice among the women, who stands around me,  and during qayamul lail during witr duaa also should i say ameen in each duaa aloud?

Fiqh-us-Sunnah Fiqh 1.136

Sunnah acts of prayer, Saying 'Ameen

It is Sunnah for everyone to say 'ameen after reciting al-Fatihah. The word ameen is not part of Surah al-Fatihah, but rather a supplication meaning, "O Allah, respond (to, or answer what we have said). It should be said aloud in the prayers where the recital is aloud, and quietly in the prayers where the recital is silent.

 

Said Na'eem al-Mujamir, "I prayed behind Abu Hurairah and he said, 'In the name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful,' then recited Surah al-Fatihah, and closed it with 'ameen. The people also said 'ameen. After the prayer, Abu Hurairah said, 'By the One in whose Hand is my soul, I have followed the prayer of the Prophet (saws)."

Related by Al-Bukhari, an-Nasa'i, Ibn Khuzaimah, Ibn Hibban and Ibn as-Siraj.

 

Ibn Shihab (az-Zuhri) said, "The Messenger of Allah (saws)would say 'ameen (after recitation of Surah al-Fateha in prayers)."

Related by Bukhari.

 

It is indeed a preferred Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah (saws) for the believers to declare the Ameen aloud after the recitation of Surah Al-Fatihah in the congregational prayers where the Imaam recites the Surah aloud.

 

If the believeing woman praying in congregation fears that non-mehram men would hear her voice if she declared the Ameen aloud, there is no harm if she declares the Ameen in her heart.

 

Your Question: .and during qayamul lail during witr duaa also should i say ameen in each duaa aloud?

There is no harm whether one declares the Ameen aloud or in their hearts during the supplications made in the qunut during congregational prayers.

 

Your Question: .during qayamul lail ruku & sajdah is a long wait, so after subhanallahil azeem & subhan rabbi aala, what one should recite as there is enough time after saying 11 times also?

Sahih Muslim Hadith 970 Narrated by Abdullah ibn Abbas (part)

The Messenger of Allah (saws) said: I have been forbidden to recite the Qur'an in the state of bowing (ruku) and prostration (sajdah) in prayer. So far as the Ruku (bowing in prayer) is concerned, Extol in it the Great and Glorious Lord, and while prostrating (sajdah in prayer) yourselves be earnest in supplication, for it is fitting that your supplications should be answered.

 

The Prophet (saws) said, 'The closest one of you comes to his Lord is while he is prostrating, (therefore) make many supplications therein.' And he (saws) also said, 'I have prohibited you from reciting (Quran) while bowing or prostrating. During the bowing, Glorify the Lord. During the prostrations, strive your hardest in making supplications. Most likely, you will be listened to."

Related by Ahmad and Muslim.

 

In the state of ruku, one should strive to earnestly extol and glorify the Lord Most High, preferably an odd number of times; and in the state of sajdah, after one has glorified their Lord, one should strive to make supplications.

 

Your Question: .after rabban lakal hamd, what i must recite after standing from ruku?  pls. send in arabic

Sahih Al-Bukhari Hadith 1.764 Narrated by Rifaa bin Rafi Az Zuraqi

One day we were praying behind the Prophet (saws). When he (saws) raised his head from ruku, he (saws) said, "Sami'a-l-lahu liman hamida." A man behind him said, "Rabbana walaka-l hamd; hamdan kathiran taiyiban mubarakan fihi" (O our Lord! All the praises are for You, many good and blessed praises). When the Prophet (saws) completed the prayer, he (saws) asked, "Who has said these words?" The man replied, "I." The Prophet (saws) said, "I saw over thirty Angels competing to write it first." Prophet rose (from ruku) and stood straight till all the vertebrae of his spinal column came to a natural position.

 

Although the declaration of Rabbana wa lakal hamd would suffice, there is no harm if one wishes to further extol or glorify the Lord, or make some supplications.

 

Your Question: .in sajdah after i finished subhanrabbial aala, can i make duaa in my language as there is ample of time, if not what i should recite?(while in the process of sajdah)

The Prophet (saws) said, 'The closest one of you comes to his Lord is while he is prostrating, (therefore) make many supplications therein.' And he (saws) also said, 'I have prohibited you from reciting (Quran) while bowing or prostrating. During the bowing, Glorify the Lord. During the prostrations, strive your hardest in making supplications. Most likely, you will be listened to."

Related by Ahmad and Muslim.

 

After glorifying Allah Subhanah during the prostrations, it is preferred for the believers to make any number of supplications in their prostrations. Although one is at absolute liberty to make supplications unto their Lord Most Gracious in any language they wish, during ones prayers it would be best and preferred that one strive to make all their recitations, declarations, and supplications in the Arabic language.

 

During the state of prostration in prayer, after one has glorified their Lord, one may make any number of supplications derived from the Glorious Quran and the established Sunnah of the Messenger of Allah (saws).

 

Your Question: what about after darood shareef, before the salam to end the prayer, what must be recited?  i do rabbiq firli is it right before the salam?

Fiqh-us-Sunnah Fiqh 1.161

Topic: Sunnah acts of prayer, supplications after the Last Tashahud and before the Tasleems:

It is preferred for the person in prayer to supplicate after the final tashahud and before making the final salutations (that end the prayer). The person may ask for whatever he wishes of the good of this life and the hereafter. Ibn Mas'ud reported that the Prophet (saws) taught him the tashahud and then said, "Then choose whatever you wish to ask (of Allah)." (Related by Muslim.)

 

It is a preferred Sunnah to make one or more supplication/s after the last tashahud and before the tasleems, and one is at liberty to make any supplication from amongst the masnoon supplications as taught by Allah and His Messenger (saws).

 

Rabbig firli . is indeed from amongst the masnoon supplications and perfectly acceptable if one wishes to make it before their tasleems in prayer.

 

Whatever written of Truth and benefit is only due to Allahs Assistance and Guidance, and whatever of error is of me alone. Allah Alone Knows Best and He is the Only Source of Strength.

 

Your brother and well wisher in Islam,

 

 

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