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Thursday, August 16, 2012

Laylatul Jaaizah - The Night Preceding Eid-ul-Fitr

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Laylatul Jaaizah - It has been the practice of the Prophet (peace be upon him) that he would not sleep in the night preceding the day of Eid-ul-Fitr.

This night has been named in Hadeeth as 'Laylatul Jaaizah' (The Night of Reward).

It means that Allah (subhana wa ta'ala) bestows His rewards to those who have spent the month of Ramadhan abiding by the dictates of Shari'ah, and all their prayers during this night are accepted.

It is desirable to perform Nafl prayers in this night. The Prophet (peace be upon him) is reported to have said,

"Whosoever stands in worship in the nights preceding the two Eids expecting rewards from his Lord, his heart will not die when the other hearts will die" (Ibn Majah)

10 comments:

  1. I appreciate your sharing of valuable information.
    Jazak Allah

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  2. Thank you for sharing this. I have not heard of this and look forward to learning more about this night.

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  3. jazakallah khair for sharing.

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  4. jazakallahukhairan..thanks for sharing :)

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  5. This piece,frm u, comes at a tym wens its most needed. Thanc. May Allah bles us wd hidayat so tht we make the most of this nyt. Ameen

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  6. Subhanallah..thank you for sharing

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  7. Assalam.
    Syukran for sharing :)
    One of my Syeikh gave a few 'amal that can be done during the night befpre 'Eid:

    1.Tahajjud prayer

    2.Tasbih prayer (4 rakaat, 2 salam)

    3.Hajat prayer

    4.Laa ilaaha illallah 1000x
    Allaahumma thabbitaa bi qaulith thaabit 3 x

    5.Astaghfirullah 1000x

    6.Allahumma solli 'ala saidina Muhammad 1000x

    7.Yaa Hayyu Yaa Qayyum, Laa ilaaha illaa Anta 40x

    8. Yaa Hayyu Yaa Qayyuum, Ahyil Quluuba Tahyaa,
    wa ashlih lanal a'maala fid diini wad dunyaa 18x

    Allahua'lam.

    p.s: Syukran for the comments :)

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  8. Asalamu alaikum warahmatulahi wabarakatuhu,

    @Rahmah Saad - BarakAllah feek.

    @TariqMian - BarakAllah feek, I appreciate your comment.

    @Brocha - JazakAllah khair, inshAllah.

    @Dana - BarakAllah feek, good to see you here :)

    @Hawa Faqihah - BarakAllah feek, good to read your words :)

    @avecwings - Aameen, thank you for reflecting on the timing of this piece.

    @Oum Madridista - JazakAllah khair.

    @aishah amin - Alhamdulillah, your welcome for commenting.

    @Umairah Hawani - Walaikum asalam, jazakAllah khair for sharing your Shiekh's advice, on acts of worship for this night. Keep sharing your words here inshAllah, Shukhran :)

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