Dua (Islamic Prayers)

Things you can pray for:

  • Our Ummah,  espcially those in bleeding and opressed countries including Syria, Gaza, Burma, Yemen, Nigeria. Do not forget our Ummah in underdeveloped countries like Pakistan, Mali, Somalia, Afghanistan, Haiti, Togo, Zambia, etc.
  • Pray for the sick, and the poor. Pray for the hungry, and the thirsty.
  • Orphans, those who feel lonely in this world. Pray for people with depression, suicidal thoughts, mental disorders.
  • For those who have less, and for those who have more (that they both may pass their circumstances with sweetness of Islam)
  • Your family
  • Guidance, mercy, health
  • To stay focused on Islam, and not to stray off.
  • A forgiving, humble, and non-judgmental heart.
  • Piousness 
  • Knowledge, and remembrance.
  • Those who have passed away, for Allah’s mercy upon them and the expiation of their sins.
  • Khushoo in salah
  • Sabr in times where we completely lose it.
  • To die only when we are worthy of entering Jannah
  • To be able to perform Hajj
  • Success in this world and the next
  • Forgiveness
  • Guidance of the youth
  • To be a better Muslim
  • Protection from the hell fire and from the torment of the graves
  • To have a chance to make things right for those who we have wronged
  • Your personal ambitions that are good for you
  • To be able to hear the stories of the prophets by the prophets themselves, to be able to discuss with the sahabas about the character of our prophet, to be able to eat and drink from the fruits and milk provided in Jannah. 
  • To be with our loved ones in Jannah
  • To be able to have tawakkul when things don’t go our way
  • Education to be provided to those who do not have the resources
  • All the pregnant women to have an easy delivery and a healthy baby
  • Our worship to be accepted
  • protection from shirk
  • Our marriages to last in Jannah and for our marriages to be righteous
  • Obedient children who will be guided onto the beautiful path of Islam
  • Provisions for those who don’t have a ceiling, who don’t have a bed, who don’t have bread or water.
  • To guide those who are doubting Islam, and for our own doubts to be cleared
  • To be in the shade of Allah on the day of judgment and for our book of deeds to be in our right hand
  • Protection from laziness and cowardice
  • To be always be able to do what is right
  • To be able to control our anger
  • To do everything with sincerity and love
  • A heart free from hate, or envy.
  • To get closer to Allah
  • To be able make use of our short time wisely 
  • For everyone in the world, every person in every corner, to at least have some clean water
  • Pray for anything and everything (which is good for us). Pray for everyone.
Even a silent prayer from a sincere heart doesn’t go unnoticed.
He knows and hears every prayer.
You only have to ask with full conviction.
—  Mufti Ismael Menk

Dont forget to say AMEEN!

Thanks for making dua for me guise 😁😁😁😝

May Allah reward you all!

سبحان الله

The beauty of making dua for others

Abu Dharr رضي الله عنه reported that Allah’s Messenger ﷺ said: There is no believing servant who supplicates for his brother behind his back (in his absence) that the Angels do not say: “The same be for you too.”

[Sahih Muslim: Book 48, Hadith 119]

Umm Darda’ رضي الله عنها reported: My husband reported that he heard Allah’s Messenger ﷺ as saying: He who supplicates for his brother behind his back (in his absence), the Angel commissioned (for carrying supplication to his Lord) says: “Amen, and it is for you also.”

[Sahih Muslim: Book 48, Hadith 120]

Abu Al-Darda’ رضي الله عنه said: I heard the Messenger of Allah ﷺ say: When a Muslim supplicates for his absent brother the Angels say: “Amin, and may you receive the like.”

[Sunan Abi Dawud: Book 8, Hadith 119] (Graded Sahih)

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Request of a Sincere Dua...

Assalāmu ‘alaykum warahmatullāhi wa barakātuhu.

I don’t often ask for Duas and maybe it’s something I should do more often. But I ask you sincerely as my sisters and brothers of Islam to make Dua for my family.

My brother has drowned in the River Tees, UK and can’t be found. I don’t wanna dwell into details but I ask you all from the bottom of my heart to make sincere Dua for him.

If Allāh ﷻ has destined for him to live then let him be safe and found…if Allāh ﷻ has taken him then let him grant him ease in his grave and the Akhirah, and grant my family closure by finding his body.

You don’t know what life brings, what tests will come and at what time. The thought of knowing you’re losing a loved one and can’t find them is a test of faith and patience. Please keep us in your prayers in the next few days.