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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd November 2011 20:16
Bismillah.



1. To supplicate to Allah with the following


رب اجعلني مقيم الصلوة و من ذريتي ربنا و تقبل دعاء


ربنا اغفرلي ولوالدي وللمؤمنين يوم يقوم الحساب


By the blessings of this du'a, Insha Allah you and your children will be granted the ability to be punctual with your prayers.


2. If it's convenient then to take a nap in the afternoon which is also a sunnah and aids in causing a person to wake up for Fajr.


3. To have dinner early and to not overeat. Mawlana Thanwi (RA) has written that when a person eats, there comes a moment where a question arises in his mind should I continue eating or quit? The moment this question arises, a person should stop eating.


4. To not drink water before going to sleep unless there is a dire need to do so and if so, then to drink a small amount.


5. To go to sleep early otherwise the above-mentioned points will be of no benefit.


6. To perform those acts which are sunnah prior to going to sleep, refer to Beautiful Sunnahs of the Beloved Nabi (S), by Hazrat Mawlana Shah Hakeem Muhammad Akhtar Sahib (DB).


7. Prior to going to sleep tell someone to wake you up for Fajr.


8. To use an alarm clock and to put it at such a distance that one has to get up and out of their bed and walk to turn it off, by doing so the stupor of sleep will wear off.


9. To recite verse number 127 of Surah Baqarah or the last four verses of Surah Kahf before going to sleep. By reciting these verses if a person intends to wake up at a particular time, Insha Allah one will wake up on that time.


10. Immediately upon waking up, to sufficiently rub your eyes according to the sunnah, this too will cause the effects of sleep to wear off.


11. If possible, upon waking up after wiping ones' face with ones' hands recite verses 190-194 of Surah Al-Imran. This is also a sunnah. 'Ulema have written that through their experience this practice also causes the effects of sleep to go away.


12. Upon awakening from ones sleep, using ones strength and willpower immediately stand up. Never fall victim to the ploy of ones nafs that I will wake up in a little while otherwise one will miss their salaah.



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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 24th November 2011 00:06
Debates and confusing matters removed from this thread and moved.

Important notes:

The above posts are "tips". They are not prescribed rulings. One may request a Hadeeth if the message states "this is Sunnah"

There are 2 ways to ask this question:

1) Can you give the Hadeeth with this event?
[this question indicates seeking knowledge and authenticity which is valid]

2) Please provide evidences for the above points.?
[this request indicates a challenge]

Both question ask for the same thing but the way it is asked will lead the thread either to informative results or to an endless and pointless debate. Most times over nothing like in this case. No body claimed this was Fardh or Wajib or that there's no other way to wake up except to recite those verses.

And what if a person did recite the Qur'aan with hope that they wake up for Fajr? Have they committed a sin? The problem would be if they thought that writing those verses on a piece of paper and hanging it on their bed side will wake them up for Fajr. Then we can refute that together. But in matters of virtues, please do not mix in Fiqh. There is a world of a difference between the two.
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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 24th November 2011 00:53
sister-in-islam wrote:
9. To recite verse number 127 of Surah Baqarah or the last four verses of Surah Kahf before going to sleep. By reciting these verses if a person intends to wake up at a particular time, Insha Allah one will wake up on that time.
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Can you give the Hadeeth with this event?

[quote="sister-in-islam"]11. If possible, upon waking up after wiping ones' face with ones' hands recite verses 190-194 of Surah Al-Imran. This is also a sunnah. 'Ulema have written that through their experience this practice also causes the effects of sleep to go away.


Can you give the Hadeeth with this event?

wAllaahu a'lam.
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 24th November 2011 06:35
Sure good work. You are correct to justify what is correct and what is not.

Why don't you sift through every single post and look for these things. I means isn't it this that the Najdis have been trained for. To defame everyone and everyone's methods. You have come here to this site to prove only one thing, or you have been asked to come here only for one thing, to cause fitnah.
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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 24th November 2011 08:59
Sibawayh al Duali wrote:
sister-in-islam wrote:
9. To recite verse number 127 of Surah Baqarah or the last four verses of Surah Kahf before going to sleep. By reciting these verses if a person intends to wake up at a particular time, Insha Allah one will wake up on that time.
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Can you give the Hadeeth with this event?

[quote="sister-in-islam"]11. If possible, upon waking up after wiping ones' face with ones' hands recite verses 190-194 of Surah Al-Imran. This is also a sunnah. 'Ulema have written that through their experience this practice also causes the effects of sleep to go away.


Can you give the Hadeeth with this event?

wAllaahu a'lam.


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I think Sibawayh al Duali you need to stop copy and pasting your post in to every thread.
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