You can get help from people who have higher positions than her to stop her and do the required actions about this matter. You can also file a lawsuit against her if that was ever needed.
It is very recommended in Islam to have the patience for the pain that people cause. There are many verses regarding this, but, again, this doesn't mean you can't take any ...
We can't answer your question as the only one who could answer it is you.
Istikhara beside consulting knowledgeable people or asking for advice is what we may call a tool or possibility to help us make decisions in our life.
You pray an extra nafl prayer and then make a certain du'a and ask this way for help in making a decision. Allah may lead you by ...
There are different wordings:
"Allahumma inni a'udhu bika min 'ilmin la yanfa'u, wa qalbin la yakhsha'u, wa du'a'in la yasma'u, wa nafsin la tashba'u.
(O Allah, I seek refuge with You from
knowledge that is of no benefit,
a heart that is not humble,
a supplication that is not heard
and a soul that is not satisfied.)"
Then he would say: '...
Salam wa alaikoum,
NB: Am not a scholar or a sheikh
From the little knowledge of the deen, Allah forgives all sins except shirik(Associating partners with him). Of course one has to make tawba but it shouldn't be a habit of sinning because Allah will forgive(that's act of ignorance which might cost one in the hereafter). Never loose hope in Allah.
The right question should be:
Can I, from an Islamic perspective, make a bad Du'a against him?
The short answer:
Yes, you can though not exactly bad Du'a.
The long answer:
If you feel that someone has done anything unfair to you (such as treated you unequally, judged you wrongly), then you have three choices to choose from:
1- Ask Allah to take back ...
In the matter of qunoot there are many different views on when (which prayer and whether it has to be done before or after ruku' and whether it is allowed to initiate it by takbeer) it is performed, whether it is mandoob, recommended or sunnah and which wording is used, but be aware that one isn't limited to the proposed wordings.
The shafi'i school of fiqh ...
Asalam ALikum !
The First one you mentioned is Dua e Qanoot; which should be recited in Vitr
the 2nd one is Qanoot e Nazila which is prayed When the Muslims Community is afflicted with some hardship then Qunoot-E-Naazilah should be recited in the Fajr Salaat.
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The hadith you are referring to is:
'A’isha (RAA) narrated, ‘I asked the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) ‘O Messenger of Allah (ﷺ), if I know what night the night of Qadr is, what should I say during it?’ He said, “Say:
O Allah, You are the Pardoner and You love to pardon, so pardon me."
Related by the five Imams except for Abu Dawud. At-Tirmidhi and Al-...