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Bismillah ir Arahman ir Rahim

Salamu Alaikum!

I was wondering, when reciting Qu'ran, and make du'a and ziarat and other tiypes of dhikr Allah, does one have to have wudhu and must be observing Hijab for it to count?

I am just curious before Muharram starts so that I have proper etiquette. 

Shukran. 

Salamu Alaikum!

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12 minutes ago, MuslimahAK said:

Bismillah ir Arahman ir Rahim

Salamu Alaikum!

I was wondering, when reciting Qu'ran, and make du'a and ziarat and other tiypes of dhikr Allah, does one have to have wudhu and must be observing Hijab for it to count?

I am just curious before Muharram starts so that I have proper etiquette. 

Shukran. 

Salamu Alaikum!

Yes you need to be in state of purity and covering the awra.

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26 minutes ago, SunniBrother said:

Yes you need to be in state of purity and covering the awra.

Just to do dhikr of Allah as well? For example: Tasbih of Fatimah Zahra?

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58 minutes ago, MuslimahAK said:

Bismillah ir Arahman ir Rahim

Salamu Alaikum!

I was wondering, when reciting Qu'ran, and make du'a and ziarat and other tiypes of dhikr Allah, does one have to have wudhu and must be observing Hijab for it to count?

I am just curious before Muharram starts so that I have proper etiquette. 

Shukran. 

Salamu Alaikum!

Try to remain in the state of wudhu throughout the day.

"Verily Allah loves those who turn unto Him in repentance and He loves those who keep themselves pure" (2:222)

If anything causes to break your wudhu (like toilet use, etc.), you can do wudhu again with the intention of "Qurbatan ilallah".

May Allah grants us the toufeeq to maintain the purity of our bodies & souls.

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29 minutes ago, MuslimahAK said:

What is "Qurbatan ilallah"?

It means "For Allah", the intention of Wudu' is for the sake of Allah. 

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3 hours ago, MuslimahAK said:

I was wondering, when reciting Qu'ran, and make du'a and ziarat and other tiypes of dhikr Allah, does one have to have wudhu and must be observing Hijab for it to count?

No, you don't have to wear hijab or perform Wudu to read the Quran, dua or say a dhikr of Allah, but it is better if you perform Wudu.

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