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      i keep hearing this dua on ptv world in the morning after the quran translation. every thing is fine with dua but there is a line which goes
      "aye allah kafiron se mukable me humari madat kar"
      now i think this is not proper usage of words? i think it should be zulm ke saath muqable me madat kar or any other word?
      but i think its not proper
      whats your opinion on this ?

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      looks very reasonably alright....
      what i dont like, and never say AAMEEN to, during congregational prayers, is when the imam says something like "O Allah! destroy the jews and the christians and the hindus, and make the earth open under their feet" and all such curses for them....
      we cud be simply asking for Allah to change their hearts so they wud not be doing against Islam and Muslims what they r doing....
      Both Halal & Haram r evident but between them r doubtful things, most ppl have no knowledge about them. So whoever saves himself from suspicious things saves his religion & honor, & whoever indulges in suspicious things indulges in Haram.

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      Sounds Okay to me

      p/s: my URDU Suxs bigtime check with expert

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      I have never heard as it is written above mostly its something like thei


      "O Allah humein Yahood o Hanood ki sazishon say bacha"
      "O Allah zalimon ko naisto nabud farma"
      "Islam dushmanoon ko barbad ker"

      Nothing wrong with these prayers....
      But often I think while praying in the mosque that how stupid we are....
      don't do anything ourselves and expect everything from God....
      If we want to destroy enemies of Islam then we have to stand and fight, sacrifice our life, wealth, comfort...... not just pray in the mosque
      nothing would change like this

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      arent such prayers just asking for xenophobia and suspicion? i'm surprised pakistanis dont mind openly proclaiming such clear opposition with kafirs on state tv, yet expect politically correct comments regarding muslims from the vastly western media. imagine the furor and anger it'd cause if CNN or BBC broadcasted prayers like - "O God help us in our fights with muslims"!