Is there a hadith about saying salawat for the Prophet after fard prayers?
Submitted by on Mon, 07/09/2020 - 11:21
Dear Brother / Sister,
According to a narration from Fudala b. Abdullah, the Prophet (pbuh) said,
"When one of you completes prayer, let him praise Allah, say salawat for the Prophet (pbuh) and pray to Allah as he wishes after that." (Nawai, al-Adhkar, 69)
Questions on Islam
- Will you explain the hadith, "May his nose soil with dust in whose presence mention is made of me and he does not supplicate (utter salawat) for me!"? What is the importance of uttering salawat?
- What is Hadith?
- How should we understand the hadith "The only difference that distinguishes between a Muslim and an unbeliever is prayer (salah)"?
- Are there any hadiths about reading the chapter of al-Ikhlas one thousand times on the day of arafah (one day before eid al-adha)?
- Did the Prophet (pbuh) send his greetings to his ummah to come at the end of time?
- Is it necessary to utter salawat whenever the name of the Prophet is mentioned in a religious talk? Is it enough to utter salawat once at the beginning?
- Is the following statement a hadith: "Hellfire will not burn a person who says La ilaha illallah"?
- How should we understand the hadith "The only thing that distinguishes between a Muslim and an unbeliever is prayer"?
- Will you give information about the importance of saying salawat for the Prophet? Why are hands wiped over the face after saying salawat when the name of the Prophet is mentioned?
- Is there a hadith that prohibits sleeping before performing the night prayer and that prohibits talking after performing the night prayer?