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Muslims: What To Do @ The Latter Part Of The Nyt?

Salaam all,

The Holy Prophet Mohd (SAW) had urged us to sleep the early part of the nyt and wake up @ the latter part 2 woship the Almighty Allah. Worships cld not necessarily be Salaat especially ladies who can be off @ their individual periods. We can be busy with Dhikr, recitation of the Holy Quran etc.

The Prophet said 2 get the latter part of the nyt, we should divide the nyt into 3, count the number of hrs we have from sunset to sun rise. Lets assume the sun sets @ 6.30pm (Kano timing) and rises @ 6.30am, we hv exactly 12hrs, divide these hrs by 3, which gives u 4hrs each. Count four hrs each n pick the last 4 hrs 4 ur Ibadat. The recommended timing will now be 3.30am. to 6.30 am. These are very important moments in our lives where anything mentioned on a clean slate is answered without any hindrance. The only battle is Ash-Shaytan( The Cursed one).

Anybody who wishes to wake up @ that part of the nyt should recite the first and last 10 verses of Suratul Kahf b4 retiring to bed.

The Almighty Allah pleads with us to get up n worship him during that part of the nyt. Ya Ikhwanil Muslimeen, thats to show how loving the Almighty Allah is, wat do u do to thank him FIRST for making you a muslim and for making you who u r today.

Allah is oft forgiving n ever merciful.

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Please check with knowledgeable people, male or female.

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the same Jesus you claim Allah will send on the last day? Is Allah sending him to the jews only too?

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Salam.

The Prophet peace be upon him used to pray 11 rakats at the most.

But you can pray anywhere from 1-11, as long as you end it with an odd number(witr) and you pray them in 2's.

Example

2 rakats tasleem

2 rakats tasleem

2 rakats tasleem

1 rakat tasleem

finish

thats 7 rakats,

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@pilgrim.1

I did not lose any face and if you care to know I change my signature as often as I like but try to show that you were trained.

Unfortunately, you will be ignored by tht same Jesus because he was not sent to you.

How many questions have you been able to answer on christianity?

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Is this what "love" really is about? Do muslims understand the contextual meaning of unconditional love? While we were yet sinners (the quran has no concept of sin) Christ died for the ungodly . . . this is radically different from waking up in the night to recite the quran in expectation of getting "rewards". That is like playing the lottery dear mdsocks, it is not love.

When i love you i want to do the best i can for you, i'm not hiding my "rewards" from you until you can recite my notebook 10 times every night.

What of kids who cant recite the night prayers? What of the sick who cannot? Do they miss their "rewards"?

Again my questions go unanswered . . . how does this show that Allah is indeed loving? What am i missing in islam? An eternity of slavery?

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okD_D

How loving it is, abi?

It means that from the night prayer you get rewards not just rewards on earth but also the hereafter.

You can pray for anything and Insha Allah it would be answered.

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Yet again you fail miserably to answer my question. How does this show how loving Allah is? Pls show me what i'm missing for not being a muslim, i dont really feel like being a slave for eternity.

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@D_D

Ok let us see hypocrite's real question

It is very glaring that you dont know anything even abut your so called religion let alone causing mischief in Islamic thread.

If you care to know, we muslims show appreciation to Allah for making us muslims who remember Him 24/7, supplicate and bow to only Him as our creator and not three in one DVD player.

You do not really know what you are missing for not being a muslim.

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again just like you hypocrites to deliberately misinterprete the REAL question i was trying to bring out.

Here it is again: Posted by: D__D 

Quote from: chilla on January 21, 2008, 11:00 AM

What is "loving" about this? I'm genuinely puzzled. 

That was the question dear Chilla and mdsocks, it has nothing to do with whether muslims wish to refuse to sleep and spend all the time reciting the quran.

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D-D,

because you have a difference in belief does not warrant you to say unrealistic things.

I wanna ask you a question. Why do christains do night vigls?

Isn't to pray to their God? , so what the hell about Muslims waking upat night and performing Prayers.

If you don't understand tings, pls walk out of the thread.

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what a sad and confused cult islam is. What is so secret about it that its adherents are so afraid to reveal? Why can we not ask genuine questions about Allah and his quran?

I cant see anything loving in that write up NOT because it was not directed at me but because there really is NOTHING loving about it. It is all about rituals, incantations . . . there is nothing to show that Allah is listening. How does Allah show his love by me waking up at 3am in the morning to recite portions of the quran that most muslims invariably do not understand?

pls chila, if you know the answers to these questions present them. The bible says bring ur strong reasons and let us sit down and brainstorm over it . . . why is islam so closed and unwilling to share its "love" with others except through violence?

Chila, i am not trying to denigrate you or ur religion . . . i hope this will prompt you to think deeper.

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@babs787

Alhamdulillahi ala ni'matil Islam.

@Mukina,

Thnx Sis, jazaakillahu Khairan

@D__D

The topic wasnt directed @ u, so definately u wouldnt c anythn lovn in it.

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@ Chilla

It is advised to do the Tarawih prayers preferably 3am /4am recite the Quran during the early hours before Fajr and to recite Duwa'ah for the Prophet (saw)

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What is "loving" about this? I'm genuinely puzzled.

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@Chilla

Jazhakullah Khairan

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