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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 8th September 2014 13:42

1. Is reciting this dua during wudu sunnah or just muatahabb?

2.  Talimul haqq mentions that al-Qadr is recited after finishing wudu but on SF Mufti Husain fatwa states there is no basis for it. Just wondering something is mentioned in a salah book which is bidah? Is this valid ikhtilaf? Or care should be taken and should refrain from reciting it?

3. Some people recite kalimah shahadah when washing each part - Is there any basis for it? Talimul Haqq mentions it's recited after finishing the wudu?

4. Is reciting second kalimah a sunnah act or muatahabb?
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 8th September 2014 13:48

Maria al-Qibtiyya wrote:
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Answering Query 1:


The famous du’a read whilst making wudu:

Allahummagh fir li Dhambi wa wassi’ lee fi dari wa barik li fi rizqi.

Is this in the Hadith or is it a du’a from the pious?

When should this du’a be recited? i.e whilst washing a specific limb or anytime whilst making wudu?


This du’a has been reported from Rasulullah (sallallahu’alayhi wasallam) with different wordings.

The Muhaddithun have differed in their preferred versions.

Some versions mention that this du’a was recited during wudu -without specifying any particular limb-

(Ibnus Sunni, hadith: 28)

While some have mentioned it for before wudu, i.e, after reciting bismillah.

(Al-Hisnul Hasin, pg.63)

‘Allamah Nawawi (rahimahullah) has mentioned that Nasai (rahimahullah) was inclined to it being a recital for after wudu.

(Al-Adhkar, hadith: 81)

Some have even mentioned this du’a for after Salah.

(Nataijul Afkar, vol.1 pg.263 & Kitabud du’a of Tabarani, hadith: 656. Also see Majma’uz Zawaid, vol.10 pg.109)

One may recite this before wudu, during or after wudu or even after salah.

I personally prefer to recite it during wudu and after salah as well.


And Allah Ta’ala Knows best,


Answered by: Moulana Muhammad Abasoomar


Additional Material:

See points 20 & 21 regarding Wudhu

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