Sunnah Tarkiyah

When I do Shaum Daud, I will be rewarded by Allahu Ta'ala, but when in 11, 12 and 13 Dzulhijjah, the Sunnah of Fasting which is Sunnah Fi'liyah (Sunnah done by action), become Sunnah Tarkiyah (Sunnah done in not doing things). Because it is narrated that Rasulullah Shalallahu 'alaihi Shalawatu wa Sallam forbid people to do it. To me the Hikmah of the Sunnah Tarkiyah: 1. Showing that it is not Fardhu, as sometimes it is to be avoided. 2. Showing that it is not suppose to be done in specific time, because there is Maslahat to avoid doing it in that specific time. 3. Showing that the action talk by itself and it got the Hikmah (good cause) behind it. And that to do Du'a after Shalat is Maqbul (accepted), that's why Rasulullah 'alaihi Shalawatu wa Sallam did not raise his hands after that. Anoher example: when we do Shalat at sitting between Sujud, we say "Allahummaghfirlii...," we do not being ask to "raise the hand," because the "raising of the hand" and "the Du'a," is not "one." That Ibadah is Tauqifi, at Sujud we should pray as it is the best time for it, but the hands do not been ask to be lifted. Another example: There is no narration from Rasulullah Shalallahu 'alaihi Shalawatu wa Sallam which spoke that saying the 2nd "Allahu akbar," in Shalat Id as being complementary with "raising hands," the Hadits only spoke about raising hand once. So lifting the hands after Shalat, after Shalat at Du'a, is considered to be Sunnah Tarkiyah, that means, the raising of the hands in Du'a is Sunnah Fi'liyah and become Tarkiyah (neglected) at the time after the Shalat.

And people will see your movement. I already wrote the Hikmah of that above. Assalamu manit taba’al huda (May peace, development and safe from guile be upon who follow the guidance). Assalamu'alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh (May peace, development and safe from guile be upon who follow the guidance and blessings from Allah and His mercy be upon you).

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