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#1 eeps24

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 02:37 AM

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in my masjid today, they anounced someone passed away yesterday.......they all did a group dua.......is this bida? or should duas be by yourselves in prayer?

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 03:27 AM

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"To make Du'a in any form (loudly, softly, collectively, etc.) and any
time (before, after Fardh Salaat, etc.) is permissible.
While there are
substantiations for the different forms and times of making Du'a, Shari'ah
does not restrict the making of Du'a in those forms or times not
specifically substantiated in Shari'ah. At most, making Du'a is permissible
and an act of great virtue and merit. It is not permissible to project a
permissible act as compulsory as this is projecting a wrong view of the
Shari'ah, thus, causing distortion of Deen.To regard the collective Du'a
after Fardh Salaat or Sunnah Salaat as compulsory will be Bid'ah as that
projects the incorrect image of Shari'ah.


and Allah Ta'ala Knows Best

Mufti Ebrahim Desai"

So basically its allowed if you dont consider it as a part of deen.

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 07:24 AM

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Posted 08 October 2005 - 07:38 PM

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sorry for jumping in like this..i hope u dont mind if i ask a question....

But...

does this occur with anyone else?

ok, this is what happens....its called "fateha".....people (men) all sit together and then one person says..."fateha" allowed...and then they are make a group dua....is this a sunnah practice?

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Posted 09 October 2005 - 04:55 AM

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sorry for jumping in like this..i hope u dont mind if i ask a question....

But...

does this occur with anyone else?

ok, this is what happens....its called "fateha".....people (men) all sit together and then one person says..."fateha" allowed...and then they are make a group dua....is this a sunnah practice?

:D


As-Salaamu aleikum wa rahmat Allah wa barakatahu

Essentially you're asking two questions.

Is this sunnah? and, is this permissible?

Whether it is a sunnah depends on whether you can find the Prophet (pbuh) having done exactly that, which is most likely not the case.

Whether it is permissible depends on whether it invalidates the principles established by the sunnah and shariah, which it does not.

So it is permissible, but not a sunnah.

W'as-Salaamu aleikum wa rahmat Allah wa barakatahu

Edited by Syriankid, 09 October 2005 - 04:57 AM.


#6 eeps24

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Posted 09 October 2005 - 10:39 AM

Whether it is a sunnah depends on whether you can find the Prophet (pbuh) having done exactly that, which is most likely not the case.



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thank you all for posting...........may Allah reward you all......and you also syrian kid........thats exactly what i was looking for