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Dua Qunoot Explained by Sheikh Uthaimin (Ra)

Dua Qunoot Explained by Sheikh Uthaimin (Ra)

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Title:
Explaining the Du’á of Qun
ū
t in the Witr Prayer 
 Original Title:
 
    
 
 AuthenticTranslations.com  Author:
 
Mu
ammad Ibn
ā
li
al-‘Uthaym
 ī 
n
 
www.AuthenticTranslations.com
Page 1
Explaining the Du’
ā
of Qun
ū
t in the Witr Prayer 
Introduction ................................................................................................................................... 2
The Du’
ā
....................................................................................................................................... 3
The Explanation of:
“Oh Allah, guide me with those you have guided.” ..................................... 4
The Explanation of:
“Heal me with those you have healed.” ...................................................... 8
The Explanation of:
“Care for me with those you have cared for.” ........................................... 10
The Explanation of:
“Bless me in what you have given…” ....................................................... 12
The Explanation of:
“…and protect me from the evil of what you have decreed.” .................... 15
The Explanation of:
“Indeed, you decree while no one decrees against you.” ......................... 18
The Explanation of:
“Whomever you show loyalty towards will never be humiliated…” ........... 19
The Explanation of:
“…and whomever you show enmity towards will never be honored.” ....... 21
The Explanation of:
“Blessed are you, our lord, and you are exalted far above.” ..................... 23Questions & Answers Regarding the Du’
ā
of Qun
ū
t ................................................................... 25The Du’
ā
of Qun
ū
t (for memorization) ........................................................................................ 33
 
 
Title:
Explaining the Du’á of Qun
ū
t in the Witr Prayer 
 Original Title:
 
    
 
 AuthenticTranslations.com  Author:
 
Mu
ammad Ibn
ā
li
al-‘Uthaym
 ī 
n
 
www.AuthenticTranslations.com
Page 2
Introduction
1
All praise and thanks are due to Allah. We praise him, seek his help and hisforgiveness. We seek protection with him from the evils of our own souls and from our bad deeds. Whoever Allah guides, no one can misguide him, and whoever he sendsastray, there is no other guide for him. I testify that nothing has any right to beworshipped except Allah alone, having no partner, and I testify that Muhammad is hisservant and messenger (
     
 
).This is a concise explanation of the du’
ā
, or supplication that is said during the Witr prayer.
2
This explanation was given by Muhammad Ibn
ā
li
al-‘Uthaym
 ī 
n, may Allahhave mercy on him, during his lectures he used to give in the central mosque in Meccaduring the blessed month of Ramadan.
1
The original Arabic text of this book is available online at:http://www.ibnothaimeen.com/all/books/cat_index_336.shtml
2
The
Witr 
, or “Odd” prayer is the last prayer one may pray at night, before the morning prayer, consisting of an oddnumber of units of prayer. The prophet (
     
) used to say the Du’
ā
of Qun
ū
t sometimes while standingduring the Witr prayer. He would raise his hands while supplicating and would sometimes do it before bowing or after bowing.
 
 
 
Title:
Explaining the Du’á of Qun
ū
t in the Witr Prayer 
 Original Title:
 
    
 
 AuthenticTranslations.com  Author:
 
Mu
ammad Ibn
ā
li
al-‘Uthaym
 ī 
n
 
www.AuthenticTranslations.com
Page 3
The Du’
ā
 
Ab
ū
D
ā
w
ū
d recorded a
ad
 ī 
th from al-
asan Ibn ‘Al
 ī 
 
(
  
 
)
that he said: Allah’smessenger (.
    
 
) taught me some words to say
3
during the Qun
ū
t of the Witr prayer:
                                                                                                                      
Oh Allah, guide me with those you have guided. Heal me with those you havehealed. Care for me with those you have cared for. Bless me in what you havegiven, and protect me from the evil of what you have decreed. Indeed, youdecree while no one decrees against you. Whomever you show loyalty towardswill never be humiliated, and whomever you show enmity towards will never behonored. Blessed are you, our lord, and you are exalted far above (anyweakness).
4
 
3
In order to facilitate the memorization of this Du’
ā
, the final two pages of this document contain the Arabic text aswell as the transliteration and English meanings in a simple, line-by-line format.
4
This
ad
 ī 
th is recorded by Ab
ū
D
ā
w
ū
d (no. 1425, 1426) and al-Alb
ā
n
 ī 
said it is authentic in “Sa
 ī 
Sunan Ab
 ī 
 D
ā
wood” (no. 1263). It is also recorded by al-Tirmidh
 ī 
, “Sa
 ī 
Sunan al-Tirmidh
 ī 
” (no. 411), and by al-Nas
āī 
, “Sa
 ī 
 Sunan al-Nas
āī 
” (no. 1647). The
ad
 ī 
th is also recorded by Ahmad (1/199) and al-D
ā
rim
 ī 
. Ahmad Sh
ā
kir also saidit is authentic in his notes of “Sunan al-Tirmidh
 ī 
”.
 

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