Dua Upon Leaving Mosque In Arabic
بِسْمِ اللّهِ وَالصَّلاَةُ وَالسَّلاَمُ عَلَى رَسُولِ اللّهِ، اَللَّهُـمَّ إِنِّي أَسْأَلُكَ مِنْ فَضْـلِكَ، اَللَّهُـمَّ اعْصِمْنِـي مِنَ الشَّيْـطَانِ الرَّجِـيمِ
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Dua Upon Leaving Mosque In English Transcription
Bismil-lah wassalatu wassalamu AAala rasoolil-lah, allahumma innee as-aluka min fadlik, allahumma iAAsimnee minash-shaytanir-rajeem.
Dua Upon Leaving Mosque In English
In the name of Allah, and prayers and peace be upon the Messenger of Allah. O Allah, I ask You from Your favour. O Allah, guard me from the accursed devil.
Muslim: 1:494, Ibn Majah: 1:129
There is nothing wrong with leaving the mosque after Adhaan to pray in another mosque
In sharee3ah, it is clear that you are not allowed to leave a masjid before the salaat after the Athaan call, unless you have a valid excuse, such as having to leave for can you complete wuDoo. But is it okay to leave after the athaan in a mosque to go to another mosque for the same prayer? The other masajid may have a bigger jamaa3 or better narrator, as well as people he wants to see after the salaat. In my case, there is a small mosque that has a lesson after salaatul-maghrib until Ishaa, but other masajid have bigger jama3 for `Ishaa a few kilometers from the same city and sometimes have better reciters and many other brothers I like to see.
Praise be to Allaah.
It is forbidden to leave the mosque after the adhaan without excuse, because a Muslim (655 years) said that Abu’l-Sha’tha ‘said: We were sitting in the mosque with Abu Hurayrah when the muezzin gave the adhaan. A man stood up and left the mosque. Abu Hurayrah followed him with his eyes until the exit of the mosque. Abu Hurayrah said: This man disobeyed Abu’l-Qaasim (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him).
Al-Tirmidhi, who commented on this: According to scholars among the Companions of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and those who came after them, do not leave the mosque the adhaan, except for the one who has an excuse, like not having wudoo or something that can not be avoided. End quote.
Ahmad (10946) told it with the addition: Then he said: The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) has commanded us, “If you are at the mosque and the call to prayer is given, none of you should leave until he prays.
Chu’ayb al-Arna’oot classified him in Tahqeeq al-Musnad.
Among the excuses for going out are: going out to wudoo ‘if the place to do wudoo’ is outside the mosque; go out with the intention of returning, for example if a person goes out to wake up his family, for example, and then comes back. This applies to exits to another mosque, if he knows he will be able to catch up with the prayer there.
It is said in Ghaayat al-Muntaha: It is forbidden to leave the mosque after Adhaan and before praying without excuse or intention to return. … And it is permissible to go out if one goes out after the adhaan but it is to be able to pray with the congregation in another mosque, especially if his imam is better. End of the quote from al-Ghaayah ma’a Mataalib Ooli al-Nuha (1/304).
Sheikh Muhammad ibn Ibraahem (may Allah have mercy on him) said in al-Fataawa (2/104): The ban on going out of the mosque is open to further discussion: if it is not necessary and if it is not necessary is useless, so it is forbidden to go out. It’s because he looks like someone coming out of the mosque without praying. But if he intends to pray in another mosque, or if he has an excuse or if he intends to return and he has enough time, then that is not forbidden.
Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (may Allaah have mercy on him) said: What is the ruling against a man who wudoo’ in a mosque and who prays in another mosque?
He replied: If the place to do wudoo ‘is outside the mosque, there is nothing wrong with getting it wudoo’ in this place and praying in another mosque, unless the iqaamah has already been given in this mosque, in which case it is better for him to pray there. If the place where to do wudoo ‘is inside the mosque, he is not allowed to leave the mosque after the adhaan, unless for whatever reason, because Abu Hurayra saw a man leaving the mosque after the adhaan and he said: the man disobeyed Abu’l-Qaasim (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). But if there is a reason, for example if he wants to go to another mosque to attend a lesson or for an essential purpose, there is nothing wrong with leaving him, even if the place to do the wudoo ‘ is inside the mosque. End quote.
He was also asked: I see brothers sitting in the mosque to take a lesson, and when the adhaan begins, they leave. I read that the messenger (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) forbade leaving the mosque when the adhaan is given.
What is the decision on this? He replied: In al-Saheeh, Abu Hurairah (may Allah be pleased with him) is told that he saw a man go after the adhaan and he said: This man disobeyed Abu’l-Qaasim (peace be upon him). and blessings of Allah on him). The scholars said: It is forbidden to leave the mosque after Adhaan without excuse.
But this hadeeth does not make it clear that the man went to pray in another mosque. He may have gone out to not pray. What we think is that if you go out to pray at another mosque where you are sure to catch up with the prayer, there is nothing wrong with that, but it should not be done for fear of others follow this example and go out without praying.
End quote from Liqa ‘al-baab il-Maftooh (9/38).
So you will know that you are allowed to leave the mosque after the Adhaan to pray in another mosque where the Imam recites better or to meet some of your brothers, if you know that when you go there, be in able to catch up with the congregation.
And Allah knows better.