Reciting dua after ruku?

Discussion in 'Hanafi Fiqh' started by Ghalib, Oct 5, 2005.

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  1. Ghalib

    Ghalib Guest

    Thankyou very much and jazakAllah sidi.

    Also, similar information I found on sunnipath. Here it is:

    It is mentioned in the books of the Hanafi School of the permissibility to supplicate after Fajr and the loud prayers, if a major difficulty or disaster befalls the Muslims.

    It is sunnah to make the qunut after the Ruku, according to the most strongest opinion in the Hanafi School.

    One should then place one’s hands like in (Qiyam) standing and Qunut of Witr according to the opinion of Imam Abu Hanifa and Imam Abu Yusuf. And if one leaves one’s hand aside, it is also permissible according to Imam Muhammad, so one should not object on others. There is possibility of permissibility understood from the Hadith about raising one’s hands from the beginning of Qunut until the end. One should also not object on others who raise their hands.

  2. Wadood

    Wadood Veteran


    RamaDan Mubarak Sidis and Sis'

    No moon sighted today evening, Monday in Canada (Islamic Supreme Coucil of Canada), so beautiful RamaDan will be on Wednesday insha 'Allah, Allah make me and you all pass this month the BEST..
  3. abu Hasan

    abu Hasan Administrator

    short answer:

    we, the Hanafis do the qunut in witr. however, if we follow a shafiyi or maliki imam doing qunut in fajr, we just stand with them silently - neither raising hands nor reciting the du'a. and join the imam when he goes to the ruku'u. this ruling can be found in common Hanafi fiqh literature.

    the above ruling is superseded in times of distress, intense fear or affliction (nawazil); in such times it is sunnah to do the qunut in fajr as described by our fuqaha.

    Allah ta'ala knows best.

    ramaDan mubarak to all and please remember us in your du'as.
    may Allah grant us the good fortune of completing salat, siyam and sadaqah in ramaDan most beautifully and accept our good deeds. ameen bi jahi'n nabiyyi'l ameen `alayhi wa `ala aalihi afDalu's Salati wa't taslim.
  4. Ghalib

    Ghalib Guest

    Assalamu Alaaikum brothers.

    First of of all Ramadan Mubarak to all of you. May Allah protect our fellow muslims from our 'sharr' and give us the bounties of here and hereafter, Ameen.

    I have a question regarding fiqh issue. I've posted it in another forum, and now posting here as it is.

    And this what I got reply from a Maliki brother.

    Now my second question remained unanswered. I repeat,

    What should a Hanafi follower do during dua?

    Will someone like to enlighten?


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