The Best Worship During Laylat Al-Qadr

Abu Bakr Zoud

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The speaker discusses the importance of praying during the 10 nights of Papua for Islam's reward, specifically during the time when individuals are seeking Allah's reward. They explain that praying in Atikaf in the presence of Lord Layretion is the most rewarding and most appealing, as it is a place where everyone is connected with Allah and has a witness to his commands. The speaker also emphasizes the importance of keeping a hand on the screen during praying, as it is not required to avoid the rule of the church.

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Brothers and sisters in Islam, what is the

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best deed that could be done during these

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last 10 nights of Ramadan,

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especially when we are seeking the reward of

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Laylat al Qadr. Very simple. And Nabi Sallallahu

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Alaihi Wasallam said,

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said, anyone who stands the nights of Laylatul

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Qadr,

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out of faith and seeking Allah's reward, all

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his previous sins will be forgiven.

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So the greatest thing that could be done

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during Laylatul Qadr is al Qiyam

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standing up in osalat. This is the greatest

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thing and this is not only in the

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hadith that the Nabi

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narrated, but we also find this true in

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his actions

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So the Messenger

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spent the last 10 nights of Ramadan

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in Atikaf in the Masjid,

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seclusion in the Masjid, and he spent the

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entire nights

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standing in Salat.

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This is the greatest thing to be done.

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Why? Because a Salat

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is the most beloved deed to Allah

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and many worships are combined within a Salat,

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or Salat

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includes a Dua

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especially in your sujood

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and before Taslim

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and the Dua of Istiftah the opening Dua.

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It also has a Dhikr, a Salat also

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has Dhikr and a salat you read Quran

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within it.

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Many worships exist within the prayer itself,

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so a smart person

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will spend these nights in Salat, pray as

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much as you can.

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You can take long

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in standing and reading Quran, if that's where

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you feel your heart is moved

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and connected with Allah.

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If you feel that your heart is moved

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and connected with Allah through a long sujood,

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a long ruku,

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then you do so. That's what

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Sheikh Islam Ibn Taymiyyah

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answered when he was asked

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what's the best

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in the salat

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that I stand a long standing reading Quran

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or a long sujood

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or a long ruqua?

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He said you find

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within yourself

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what you connect with the most.

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If it's a long standing then stand long

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and read a lot of Quran. If it's

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sujood then do so, and whatever it is

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now and as

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for the woman that is upon her monthly

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cycle,

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She is prevented from praying, so it is

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Haram to pray. So a woman that avoids

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Salat because Allah commanded to avoid Salat

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She is being rewarded for avoiding the Salat

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because she is adhering to a commandment of

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Allah.

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Then what does she do during these nights?

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Exactly what is done in the prayer, which

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is reading Quran

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with Dhikr,

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with Dua and many other worships that could

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be that could be done

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And it is permissible for a woman upon

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her monthly cycle to read from the Quran

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and read from the phone or a tablet.

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No problems.

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But if she is reading from the actual

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Quran itself,

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then you will need

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to wear some gloves

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so that your finger your bare finger doesn't

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touch the word of Allah Subhayl,

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and if you're reading from a mobile device

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or a tablet,

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then that doesn't take the same ruling and

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you're allowed to put your hand directly on

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the screen and flip the pages. There is

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no issue in this. That's the best thing

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to be done during these 10 nights.

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Assalat

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is the most beloved to Allah,

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and every single limb of yours, and every

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organ, and every bone

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is moving in the worship of Allah, a

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to accept from us,

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to accept from us,