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Supplicating to Allaah (swt) and seeking his forgiveness and mercy is a duty upon every Muslim, and is described in numerous ahaadeeth (sayings of the Prophet [saw]) to be the weapon of the believer and 'The Worship', as it is a ritual act in Islaam which if offered to anything other than Allaah will take one outside the fold of Islaam.

The messenger Muhammad (saw) used to recite Du'aa al-Qunoot during Salaat ul-Fajr, Witr and sometimes during other prayers throughout the year. It is one of those Sunnah's (Prophetic traditions) which, unfortunately today has been deserted by many Muslims despite the fact that he would make Qunoot regularly and almost on a daily basis. In fact it is Fard al-Kifaayah (sufficient duty) to be offered in Salaat ul-Fajr in Jamaa'ah (at the Masjid) from time to time (not every single Salaah). And it is recommended to recite in the Witr Salaah.

It has been narrated in Abou Daawud that the messenger of Allaah (saw) used to recite al-Qunoot whenever he wanted to supplicate against someone (for their destruction) or for someone (the Mujaahideen and sincere Muslims). He would perform the Qunoot in the last Rik'ah of the Salaah after performing Rukoo' and saying 'Sami'allaahu liman hamidah – Allaah listens to those who praise him'; then raise his hands (whilst still focusing on the place of Sujood) and supplicate the Qunoot aloud, after which he would then make Sujood and conclude the prayer.

Qunoot has many linguistic meanings, such as humility, obedience and devotion. However, it is more understood to be a special du'aa (supplication) which is recited during the prayer which should only be done in the Arabic language. Below is the Qunoot which the messenger of Allaah (saw) used to recite in his prayer. It is important to note that there are many different versions of this du'aa (different narrations), all of which are Saheeh (authentic) and either of them would do. We have also included (next to the transliteration) what to say after the Imaam (if praying in congregation) in order to interact with the du'aa.

اَللَّهُمَّ اهْدِنَا فِيْمَنْ هَدَيْتَ،

وَعَافِنَا فِيْمَنْ عَافَيْتَ،

وَتَوَلَّنَا فِيمَنْ تَوَلَّيْتَ،

وَبَارِكْ لَنَا اللَّهُمَّ فِيْمَا أَعْطَيْتَ،

وَقِنَا وَاصْرِفْ عَنَّا بِفَضْلِكَ شَرَّ مَا قَضَيْتَ،

فَإِنَّكَ تَقْضِيْ بِالْحَقِّ وَلَا يُقْضَى عَلَيْكَ،

وَإِنَّهُ لَا يَذِّلُ مَنْ وَاْلَيْتَ، وَلَا يَعِزُّ مَنْ عَادَيْتَ،

تَبَارَكْتَ رَبَّنَا وَتَعَالَيْتَ،

لَكَ الْحَمْدُ عَلَى مَا قَضَيْتَ،

نَسْتَغْفِرُكَ اللَّهُمَّ وَنَتُوْبُ إِلَيْكَ

Allaahummahdinaa feeman hadait (Aameen),

Wa 'aafinaa feeman 'aafait (Aameen),

Watawallanaa feeman tawallait (Aameen),

Wabaarik lanallaahumma feemaa a'atait (Aameen),

Waqinaa wasrif 'annaa bi-fadlika sharra maa qadait (Aameen),

Fa-innaka taqdie bil-Haqqi walaa yuqdaa 'alaik (Haqqaa),

Wa-innahu laa yadhillu man waalait, walaa ya'izzu man 'aadait (Haqqaa),

Tabaarakta rabbanaa wata'aalait (Yaa Allaah),

Lakal-hamdu 'alaa maa qadait (al-Hamdulillaah),

Nastaghfiruk-allaahumma wanatoobu ilaik (Astaghfirullaah).

Oh Allaah guide us along with those whom you have guided,

And pardon us along with those who you have pardoned,

Be an ally to us along with those whom you have allied with,

And bless us Oh Allaah with that which you have bestowed upon us,

And save us from the evil of what you have decreed,

For indeed you decree and none can influence you,

And he is not humiliated whom you have befriended, nor is he honoured who is your enemy,

Blessed are you, O Lord and Exalted,

To you is all the Praise on what you have decreed,

We seek your forgiveness Oh Allaah and turn in repentance to you.

After reciting this du'aa one can continue supplicating to his Lord until he is content. It is important to note though that whenever you are praying in Jamaa'ah (collectively), the supplications should be in plural form, for example... Show More

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