|What to Say upon Confrontation of the Enemy and of People with Power (137)|
|If the Prophet was afraid of a certain people he would say 'Allăhumma 'innă naj`aluka fee nuhoorihim, wa na`outhu bika min shuroorihim
(157) O' my 'ilăh we put You to their chest-top [neck area], and we seek refuge in You
from their evils.
Ibn Taymiyya referenced it to Abu Dawood, and An-Nisă'ee; and Al-Albăni said it was of sound ascription, that Al-Hakim
said it was sound and that Ath-Thahabi agreed with him. This hadeeth is #103 in The Authentic of Good Sayings
|What to Say upon Confrontation of the Enemy and of People with Power (138)|
|It is reported of the Prophet that he used to say upon confronting the enemy: 'Allăhumma 'anta `adhudee, wa 'anta naseeree, bika 'ahoolu, wa bika 'asoolu,
wa bika 'uqătilu(158) |
(158) O' my 'ilăh You are my upper-arm, and You are my triumpher. By You I move, and by
You I assault, and by You I fight.
Al-Albăni said that it was reported by Abu Dawood in al-jihăd with sound ascription by way of Qatădata by way of
'Anas. He also said that Ibn Hibbăn (#1661) said it was sound. Al-Albăni included this hadeeth in The Authentic of Good
Sayings as #104.
|What to Say upon Confrontation of the Enemy and of People with Power (139)|
|`Abdullăh bin `Abbăs said: Hasbună 'allahu wa ni`mal wakeelu.(159)|
Ibrăheem said it when he was thrown into the fire, and Muhammad said it when the people said to him
"The people have united against you."(160)
(159) For us Allah is sufficient, and He is the best to be entrusted [over us as guardian,
provider, etc.]. This was from Surah 'Aale `Imrăn (#3) V.173.
(160) The original Arabic of this statement can also be found in Surat 'Aale `Imrăn (#3)
Al-Albăni sait that Al-Bukhări, and others reported it. He included this hadeeth in The Authentic of Good Sayings
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