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      The Night preceding 'Eid-ul-Fitr'

      It had been the practice of the Prophet, Sall-Allahu alayhi wa sallam, that he would not sleep in the night preceding the day of Eid-ul-fitr. This night has been named in a Hadith as the Night of Reward (Lailatul Jaiza). Almighty bestows his rewards on those who have spent the month of Ramadan abiding by the dictates of Shari'ah, and all their prayers in this night are accepted. Therefore, it is desirable to perform nafl prayers in this night. The Prophet, Sall-Allahu alayhi wa sallam, is reported to have said:

      Whoever stands up (in worship) in the nights preceding the two Eids expecting rewards from his Lord, his heart will not die when the other hearts will die. (Ibn Majah)

      To benefit from this opportunity, one should perform as much worship in this night as he/she can, and should pray for all his/her needs and desires.




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      Jazak'Allah Khair

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      Could you provide website or something where you got this 'hadith' from? You gave name of the book, but that is not enough for a references, care to give volume number/page number, please?


      You know the reason I ask that is because I can make up a similar hadith and say what ever happens nowadays on chand-raats was practiced by prophet Mohammad...(Sahih Bukhari) and say that it was found in bukhari. Most would believe me. So, as a pre-caution and to confirm I would like more info on it. THanks in advance... http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/smile.gif

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      Spanky:
      Sorry don't know page #etc, since...
      I got this hadith from the site below:
      http://www.hipakistan.com/htmls/eidpage/eid_index.html

      I have also heard this hadith many times, before in lectures on ramadan...

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      The signs of a hypocrite are three: when he speaks he lies, when he promises he breaks it, and when entrusted he betrays his trust.
      -The Holy Prophet Muhammad,(PBUH)