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      Can someone please post ayat-e-kareema and it's meanings here.....

      Thanks in advance.

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      Meaning: There is no God but you (Allah), glory to thee and I was indeed wrong.

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      Can some one also explain its significance for the benefit of the readers?

      Jazak Allah

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      Reading it once or twice is proven by Sunnah.
      Not exact count.
      Lekn do not read it more than that without permission
      of scholar.

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      Originally posted by Faisal:
      Can some one also explain its significance for the benefit of the readers?

      Jazak Allah
      this was the dua Yunus (AS) made, when he was trapped inside the whale.
      23:1-11

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      ^ If thats the case, then I presume its in the Quran. Now I am just curious why does anyone need "permission" from a scholar to decide how many times they want to read Quran?

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      Originally posted by Faisal:
      Can some one also explain its significance for the benefit of the readers?

      Jazak Allah
      Short story:
      Hazrat Yunus(AS) left his nation and boarded a Ship.
      Than he was asked by the crew to jump into
      sea. A whale swallowed him(AS) by the hukm of Allah(SWT).
      He had made some mistakes. He cried for Allah(SWT) and repented and
      prayed. And his prayer was answered.

      We have to see that there was 3 types of darkness surrounded him(AS).
      ekk raat ka tarekee, dusra sumndr ke tareekee and third
      whale ke undr tarekee.

      While preaching he got Mayoos and left his nation. So this
      Waqiyaa shows us never be disheartened and Always refer to
      Allah(SWT).

      I cannot copy paste the exact waqiyaa here.
      My software is not allowing that.
      download it from divineislam.com

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      Actually I know the story of Hazrat Yunis thank you :-)

      I am more curious about the comment you made earlier that one should not read it "without permission of a scholar". What is that all about?

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      Originally posted by Faisal:
      Actually I know the story of Hazrat Yunis thank you :-)

      I am more curious about the comment you made earlier that one should not read it "without permission of a scholar". What is that all about?
      Pak me trend hee. Read this and read that(not tryting to be funny) few
      hundred or 1000 times.
      Usually I have heard and read that people have to take permission
      to read it. And that too from educated scholars.
      I think same like Koran. You cannot just pick it up and start reading
      it on trial error basis. Some body has to teach(give) that too you.

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      Originally posted by Faisal:
      Actually I know the story of Hazrat Yunis thank you :-)

      I am more curious about the comment you made earlier that one should not read it "without permission of a scholar". What is that all about?
      Yunus(AS).

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      Originally posted by rehman1:
      I think same like Koran. You cannot just pick it up and start reading it on trial error basis. Some body has to teach(give) that too you.
      You can't?

      Ofcourse one has to be able to read the language in which it is written - either Arabic or a translation - but we don't really need anyone's "permission" to read Quran, do we?

      What am I missing here? Or to put it in another way, I am just trying to understand where are you coming from...

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      Originally posted by Faisal:
      You can't?

      Ofcourse one has to be able to read the language in which it is written - either Arabic or a translation - but we don't really need anyone's "permission" to read Quran, do we?

      What am I missing here? Or to put it in another way, I am just trying to understand where are you coming from...
      I meant to say as far as Koran is concerned, somebody has to
      teach you than you can read. Not permission.
      Hazrat Jibrail(AS) recited Koran to Last Prophet of Allah(Muhammad-SAW) twice in his(SAW) last year.

      And as for the permission for reading the DUA. I think
      Bao Bihari can give you an educated reply.
      I can't.

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      Originally posted by Faisal:
      ^ If thats the case, then I presume its in the Quran. Now I am just curious why does anyone need "permission" from a scholar to decide how many times they want to read Quran?
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      FAisal ..may be rehman is trying to say that dont use this as wazeefa...

      This is a comon trend in ppl specialy those who are uneducated to start a wazeefa..like 5000 dafa ye parh lo aur wo parh lo......

      some time the amount is mentioned in hadith as to how to do particular wazefa ...like one lakh times darrood sharif is very help ful...


      however trying to start a wazzefa on ur own may get u some problems....

      log pagal ho jatay hain wazeefon kay chakar main ...namaz parhna nahin hay ..bus wazeefay parhtay jao..kam bun jai ga......

      i can further explain the above terms if u like ....
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      Well, I know all about wazeefas and such. Its clear that if someone plans to do a wazeefa, they usually have a problem or a dua they want to ask Allah Ta'llah, and in most cases people don't come up with wazeefas all by themselves. They either read it some place or someone tells them to do things a certain way if they want certain results.

      Now regardless of how authentic these wazeefas are (that is a whole separate discussion), if something is in Quran, which presumably this is, then there is no harm in reading it as much as you want. I don't think you need to get someone's "permission". Yes, if you want to understand the significance or make it part of a wazeefa, you will either read up or find out from someone whom you think will know. But to say "don't read it without someone's permission" sounded quite odd to me.

      Thats all.

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      It always works when i read it to find something I have misplaced.

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      ^^ hain? i thought that was inna lillah?
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      is it??? I haven;t lost anything in a long time..maybe I have forgotten.

      Can anyone confirm?

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