PARADISE FOR ALL MANKIND..All humans are brothers and sisters.This was the Motto of Prophet Muhammad sallallahu Alahi Wasallam. He even cried at the death of a Jew. We are his ummati Our concern should be same. To start from ourself reform, family,locality,country to whole mankind till the day of Judgment. Dawah is very effective tool for our correction also.Our success for life here and Hereafter THE LIFE AFTER DEATH is in obeying commands of Allah and following Path of Hazrat Muhammad(PBUH)
Khattab (RA), Ali Ibn Abi Talib (RA) & Ibn Abbas (RA) said, "Recite
the Takbeer from the Fajar of the day of Arafah until the Asar of the
last day of Ayamul-Tashreeq (13th of Dhul-Hijjah). (Tafseer of Imam
Takbeer Tashreeq is the recitation of
Allahu akbar, La ilaha illa hu Wallahu akbar, Allahu akbar wa lillahil
hamd after every fardh salaah commencing from the Fajr of the 9th of
Dhul Hijah until after Asr of the 13th of Dhul Hijjah. (Shami vol. 1 pg.
When Ibrahim (AS) began moving the knife
on his beloved son, Ismaeel (AS), the angels sent by Allah with a ram
exclaimed. Allahu akbar, Allahu akbar (Allah is the greatest, Allah is
the greatest). Ibrahim (AS) heard the voice of the angels and replied,
La illah illa Allahu Wallahu akbar (There is no god besides Allah, and
Allah is the greatest).
His son Ismaeel (AS) heard this
conversation and understood that Allah had relieved him from this great
rial, thus he replied, Allahu Akbar Walillahil hamd (Allah is the
greatest, and to Allah belongs all praise)(Ibid).
Beginning from the
Fajr of the 9th
up to the 'Asr prayer of the 13th,
it is obligatory on each
Muslim to recite the Takbir of Tashriq after every fard prayer in the
Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar... La Ilaha Illallahu, Wallahu Akbar...Allahu Akbar wa lillahilhamd.
(There is no god but Allah and Allah is the greatest, Allah is the greatest and to Allah belongs all praise.)
According to authentic Islamic sources,
it is obligatory on each Muslim, to recite this Takbir after every fard
salah. For women also, it is commendable though not obligatory. Whether
you are performing salah with Jama'ah (collectively) or on your own
(individually) makes no difference. You must recite the Takbir. However,
male Muslims should recite it in a loud voice, while females should
recite it in a low voice.