Issue 9:Supplication (qunut)
Issue 9:Supplication (qunut)

Book:

The Book of Prayer - كتاب الصلاة.

Chapter:

The Paryer of an Individual (Resident, Secure, Good Health)

Section:The Words used in Prayer
Topic/Issue:1309 - Issue 9:Supplication (qunut) --
Opinions:
Opinion FromOpinionExplanation
Imam MalikQunut is recommended in Dawn prayer.
Imam Shafi\'iQunut is Sunnah in Dawn prayer.
Imam Abu HanifaQunut is not permitted in Dawn prayer, its place is in Witr.Narration of Abu Huraira
Disagreement
Reasons:
Abu Umar ibn Abd al-Barr said that recitation of qunut was a prevailing practice among the first generation during the month of Ramadan, in which the disbelievers were cursed following the sunna of the Messenger of Allah (God\'s peace and blessings be upon him), who made a supplication for cursing Wag and Dhakwan, and the group who killed the residents of Bir Mauna.
Evidences :Hadith of Abu Huraira, 2 - Sahih Muslim [# 1436] [Hide/Show]
Tags :Worship, Salah, Prayer, Resident, Individual, Qunut, Supplication
See Also:Issue 1: Takbir
Issue 2: The words of Takbir
Issue 3: The Post-Takbir words
Issue 4:Prounouncing the Tasmiya
Issue 5:Prayer without recitation
Recitation of the Qur'aan while bowing or prostrating
Issue 7:Obligation to recite tashahud
Issue 8:Salutation concluding prayer
References:1[pg:145-146]
Last Updated:2011-04-17

<< Back to List of Issues
Please Help Us Spread the Word. Press LIKE.