Chapter 12 
The Prophet’s Kindness (2) 

  1. Circle the correct answers. 

1 . The Prophet ( ) was always 
to his guests 
(good / bad) 

  1. The man drank the milk of 

(five / six) 
Chapter 21/ Dhikr and Du’aa 
Dhikr and Du’aa: 
Dhikr is an Arabic word. If 
you do dhikr of someone 
you remember that 
person. You mention him 
to yourself or to someone. 
In Islam it means 
remembering Allah. 
Du’aa is also an Arabic word. When you make 
du’aa to someone you pray to that person to give 
you what you need. A Muslim only prays to Allah 
and asks Allah for whatever he needs. 
Du’aa is a way in which Muslims worship Allah. 
Muslims only make du’aa to Allah. 
We should make every kind of du’aa to Allah as He 
says: “Invoke Me and I will answer your call.” We 
should ask Allah alone for help. You will learn about 
dhikr and du’aa in detail later, inshaa Allah. 
Dhikr is remembrance of Allah. 
Allah is our Creator. We have 
nothing of our own. Allah has 
given us all we have – our life 
and all we possess. Every gift is from Allah. 
We should be thankful to Him for these gifts. We 
should love Him above all things. We worship Him 
alone. We worship Allah alone, fear Him alone, put 
our trust only in Him and hope only for His mercy. 
We worship Him by praying to Him. 
But how? Allah’s Messenger ( ) said that we can 
do this by saying a number of statements, like the 
following ones: 
Subhoan-Allaah, Al-Hamdu lilloah, Laa ilaaha 
illallaah, Allaahu Akbar 
If we say this from our hearts, we can get closer to 
Allah. No name is greater than Allah’s name. 
Chapter 21/ Dhikr and Du’aa
Prayer: Du’aa is a great tool in the hands of a 
Muslim. Prayer is a Muslim’s strength. We can pray 
to Allah in our own language. We can pray to Allah 
in our own words, but it is always better to pray as our 
Prophet ( ) has taught us. Allah’s Messenger ( ) 
has taught us supplications or du’aa for every 
These are some of them: 
If you leave your house say: 
Bismillaah, tawakkaltu ‘alallaah, wa laa hawla wa 
laa quwwata illaa billaah 
In the name of Allah; I place my trust in Allah, and there is 
neither power, nor might except with Allah 
Chapter 21 /Dhikr and Du’aa 
Before you enter the mosque, say: 
Bismillaah, wassalaatu wassalaamu ’alaa 
Allaahummaftah lee abwaaba rahmatik 
In the name of Allah and prayers and peace be upon Allah’s Messenger. 
Allah, open the gates of Your mercy for me 
When you come out of the mosque, say: 
Bismillaah, wassalaatu wassalaamu ’alaa 
rasoolillah. Allaahumma innee as’aluka min fadlik 
In the name of Allah and prayers and peace be upon Allah’s Messenger. O Allah, I ask You of Your Bounty 
Chapter 21 / Dhikr and Du’aa 
When you enter your home, say: 
Bismillaahi walajnaa, wa bismillaahi Kharajnaa, wa 
‘alaa rabbinaa tawakkalnaa 
In the name of Allah we enter, and in the name of Allah 
we leave, and in our Lord we put our trust 
When you go to bed, say: 
Bismik-Allaahumma amootu wa ahyaa 
In your name, O Allah, I die and I live. 
Chapter 21 /Dhikr and Du’aa 
When you wake up from your sleep in the 
morning, say: 
Al-Hamdu lillaahilladhee ahyaanaa ba’da maa 
amaatanaa wa ilaihin-Nushoor 
All praise is for Allah Who has brought us to life otter 
causing us to die, and to Him is the Resurrection 
When you sneeze, say: 
Al-Hamdu lillaah 
All praise is for Allah 
When you hear a Muslim saying ( ) on 
sneezing, say: 
May Allah have mercy on you 
When you are about to go into the toilet, say: 
Bismillaah. Allaahumma innee a’oodhu bika 
minal- Khabthi wall-Khabaa’ith 
In the name of Allah. 
O Allah, I seek protection in You from the male and 
female devils 
Chapter 21 /Dhikr and Du’aa 
When you come out of the toilet, say: 
I seek Your forgiveness, (O Allah) 
When you complete your wudhu, say: 
Ash-hadu allaa ilaaha illallaahu wahdahu laa 
shareeka lahu, wa ash-hadu anna 
Muhammadan ‘abduhu wa rasooluh. 
I bear witness that none has the right to be worshipped except Allah Alone, without a partner; and I bear witness that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger. 
Chapter 21/ Dhikr and Du’aa 
When you are about to begin reciting the Qur’an, 
A’oodhu billaahi min ash-shaitaan ar-rajeem. 
 seek Allah’s protection from Satan, the one expelled from His mercy. 
Chapter 21 /Dhikr and Du’aa 

  1. Write answers to the following questions. 

1. What do Muslims mean by dhikr? 
Dhikr is an Arabic word. If you do dhikr of someone, you that person. In Islam dhikr means to 

  1. What do Muslims mean by du’aa? 

Du’aa is an Arabic word. If you make du’aa to someone you that person for something you. 
A Muslim only asks for help. A Muslim only makes to 
It is good manners to use the right hand for taking or accepting things, for eating and drinking, and for shaking hands. 
One should start from the right-hand side of the body when stepping into shoes or sandals, and when putting on clothes. Similarly, one should put the right foot forward first when entering a mosque and coming out of the toilet. 
As for the left hand, it should be used for dealing with things that are unclean. 
The left hand should be used when blowing the water 
out of the nostrils or for cleaning oneself in the toilet. 
It should be used for washing away the impurities of all kinds
One should not walk about wearing only one sandal or shoe. 

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