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The Three Abandoned Prayers

The Three Abandoned Prayers

SHAYKH ADNAAN AALI UROOR. Translated by Faraz Abul Haarith

pb. 144 pages 

Salaat-ul-Istikhaarah and its rulings. Salaat ut Tawbah and its conditions. Salaat ut Tasbeeh and its establishments. 

An explanation of three great blessed prayers, which have been abandoned by the Muslims, except for those whom Allah has shown mercy towards.

As for the first, it is Salaat-ul-Istikhaarah (the prayer for seeking guidance) in which the servant seeks guidance from his lord and seeks the counsel of his creator and by it the servant actualizes his servitude to Allah - the most High, and it is built upon the truthfulness of his certainty and his assurance in his Lord. So, what a spiritually immense prayer it is, endowing the Muslim with tranquility and restfulness, increasing his emaan (faith) with emaan, by the penetrating power of Allah, and His powerful will, not to speak of it bestowing constancy, satisfaction, and submission to the Decree of Al-Jabbar (the compeller). So how great a prayer it is, and how splendid a worship it is.

As for the second, it is Salaat ut Tawbah (the prayer of Repentence) by which Allah wipes away the mistakes and expiates the sins.

and the third it is Salaat ut Tasbeeh. It is also known as Salaat ul Ghufraan. 

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