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sirajstc
03-17-2009, 12:57 PM
I have read in many books that we can ask dua in the Sujudh while praying... my question is can we ask dua on our Fajr prayers in Sujudh...? or should we pray sunnath salath to ask dua on our sujudh? pls answer with proof on Quran or hadeeth


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sirajstc
03-17-2009, 02:04 PM
please help me brothers and sisters
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Ramadhan
12-07-2009, 08:30 AM
*bump*

You can make du'a while sujood in a fajr shalat.

The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “The closest that a person is to his Lord is when he is prostrating, so say a great deal of du’aa’ then.” Narrated by Muslim, 482.

However, I think it must be in arabic, or if it's in other language it should only be said in silence (at heart).
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imam bukhari
12-07-2009, 09:40 AM
Assalaam o alaykum,

yup akhi u can do that, as stated in the hadith above.

tho du'as should preferably be done in the following order:

1) to try and find a dua in the sunnah

2) if u cant do tha aboev, then say the dua in arabic,

3) if u cant do that then in any language

example, if u want ur son to pass his medical exam, then u first look if there is any type of dua that the prophet (saw) done which u can use (on this subject).... if there isnt (which there isnt), then u simply just say the dua in arabic... if u dsont know arabic, then u say it in english (or whatever language).....

"However, I think it must be in arabic, or if it's in other language it should only be said in silence (at heart). "

should be said in silence? Dont know about that...
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sirajstc
12-08-2009, 05:08 AM
jazakallah kahair brothers
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ardianto
12-08-2009, 02:34 PM
Originally Posted by imam bukhari

"However, I think it must be in arabic, or if it's in other language it should only be said in silence (at heart). "

should be said in silence? Dont know about that...
In Indonesia, the country where brother Naidamar comes from, saying non-Arabic words during salat is strictly prohibited. Even, according to some Indonesian scholars, duas that we can say in sujudh are only certain 'legitimate' duas.
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imam bukhari
12-08-2009, 09:16 PM
Originally Posted by ardianto
In Indonesia, the country where brother Naidamar comes from, saying non-Arabic words during salat is strictly prohibited. Even, according to some Indonesian scholars, duas that we can say in sujudh are only certain 'legitimate' duas.
assalaam o alaykum,

what is there evidence for such a prohibition?
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ardianto
12-09-2009, 10:12 AM
Originally Posted by imam bukhari
assalaam o alaykum,

what is there evidence for such a prohibition?
Wa alaikum salam.

Frankly, currently I don't know yet why in my country Muslim are not allowed say non-arabic words during salat. But when a kid or new Muslim learn salat, the teacher always say about this prohibition. Even, a year ago, someone taught people salat in dual langauge, Arabic and Indonesian. He got jailed and his group is categorized as deviant group.
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~ Sabr ~
05-15-2012, 06:50 AM
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I would like to know also if you can make du'a in another language?
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