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Those who have believed and whose hearts are assured by the remembrance of Allah . Unquestionably, by the remembrance of Allah hearts are assured." Quran 13:28 Everyone has stress of some sort, you ask Allah to reduce stress, be with your family, do something to distract your thoughts. Dua is asking Allah to give you something. Allah may or may not ...


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Salam It's just as this brother just said if you say Allahuma ajirna minanar it mean save us all but ajirna means me . It is better to say ajirna as it's for everyone and If you do dua for other people yours more likely to be accepted like they say when you do dua do it for prophet Mohammed and family then ummah then right at the end yourself cause it will ...


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It's a clear act of Satan trying to deceive you and lead you astray. Don't pay much attention to it. Try to be firm and regular in your five times pray. Recite the Holy Quran daily if it's even one word and try to recite Astaghfirullah more frequently especially in the start and at end of the day when you go to bed for sleep and make dua to the Almighty ...


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Allah knows your intention, he knows that this wasn't your intention to say that ,He knows best what is in your heart ,you are not sinful for this .These thoughts are made by shaitan to deceive you,so whenever these thoughts come to your mind start thinking about something else. Let's talk about salah, you should study the meaning of surahs and duas that you ...


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Recite adhkar more frequently and read more Quran and make duaa Allah cures you from this waswas. Reciting Surah baqarah aloud removes jinns and devils from the persons house for a day so try doing that as well


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You are allowed to make dua both during, and after salah, but the duas just before you end your salah must be established from the Quran or sunnah of Nabi sallAllahu alyhi wasallam, while duas made after salah have no such restrictions, and can be made in any language.


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As adhkar are a recommendation you have the free choice. You should only follow the recommendations of the based ahadith, for example if there's an amount of repetition you should do it as stated. Else there's no limitation nor a minimum.


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Allah is inviting you to accept Islam. Allah says that he invites open-minded, truth seeker Jews and Christians to Islam. Allah says in the Glorious Qur'an, And thus We have sent down to you (O Muhammad) the book (this Qur’an) (same way as the Torah to Moses and Gospel to Jesus). So those whom We gave the Scripture (Jews and the Christians) believe in it, ...


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Sounds like you felt a connection with the Quran. The recitation of the book does that you. I would recommend listening to some Quran reciations online, such as on youtube, especially with the translations. Here are some short recitations that are sure to get you emotional (especially when you read the translations): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wz-...


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I’ve wished so too, and other people I know also. I don’t think of it as haram because, just like you we didnt wish for anyone to die, just that the pandemic continues but it still sounds wrong I know. However you know yourself that you don’t want anyone to die but maybe it’s still a sin that you wanted people to get infected and recover, I don’t know, but ...


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The hadith was compiled on the authority of different sahabah: On the authority of ibn 'Abbas: By ibn as-Sunni ابن السني in his 'Amal al-Yawm wal-Laylah عمل اليوم والليلة: حدثني عبيد الله بن شبيب بن عبد الملك عن يزيد ابن سنان حدثنا عمرو بن الحصين حدثنا إبراهيم بن عبد الملك عن قتادة عن سعيد بن أبي الحسن عن ابن عباس رضي الله عنه قال قال رسول الله صلى الله ...


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