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Old 06Jul2009, 10:38 AM   #1
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Somebody dear to me told me without proof that when a person raises his/her hand for Dua it is for specific purposes. I cup my hands slightly then supplicate and the person pushed down my hands twice then said this is for specific purposes only, and didn't go into the specific reason it should be done. Is this naseehah accurate?
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Old 06Jul2009, 01:53 PM   #2
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Assalamu Alaikum,

in terms of that I read in the book fiqh ud du'a that using the hands in du'a has three ways:

(1) Raising the hands high and this is in the Naazilah e.g the rain prayer or in the battlefield etc.

(2) Rasing the hands up to shoulder level and this is when du'a is made in normal circumstances.

(3) Pointing with the index finger. And this is in the Khutbah.

So there is no problem with raising the hands in du'a. Allahu 'Alam
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Wa Alaikum As Salaam

Thankyou for spending your time to answer my question. May Allaah Ta Barak wa ta'ala continue to reward you Amin! Can I possibly find this book in the Troid Book Store online? What is the Author's name? And providing you don't know, can you provide me the details of it's publisher and who translated the book or who complied the information in it? So I will be able to have this book in my posssesion for proof.
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Assalamu Alaikum,

It is a book called Fiqh Ud Du'a by Abdur Razzaq Ibn Abdul Muhsin Al Badr but I don't know if it is translated or not.
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