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Assalamu wa’alaykom brothers and sisters. I know that Du’a al Nudba is recommended to be recited on Friday mornings. But my question is whether it is recommended to be recited before or after sunrise? I’ve read on some websites that it is recommended to recite it before sunrise, while on other websites I’ve read it’s recommended to be recited after?? Can someone please clear this confusion. Jazakallah khayr
(bismillah) (salam) I have heard of two versions of the Hadith of Ghadeer, and I was wondering if one is more authentic than the other. The versions are: من كنت مولاه فعلي مولاه Man kuntu mawlah fa ʿAliyun mowlah من كنت مولاه فهذا علي مولاه Man kuntu mawlah fa hadha ʿAliyun mowlah I'm guessing only one of those was actually said on the Day of Ghadeer, but it might be possible that both were said at different times. What makes this more interesting is that Duʿa Nudba and Duʿa ʿAdeela appear to refer to different versions of the hadith. In Duʿa Nudba, من كنت مولاه فعلي مولاه Man kuntu mawlah fa ʿAliyun mowlah is explicitly mentioned. Whereas, in Duʿa ʿAdeela, this is mentioned: و بوصيه الذى نصبه يوم الغديرو اشار بقوله هذا علي اليهWa bi waṣiyihil-ladhi naṣabahu yowm al-ghadeerWa ashara bi qowlih: "Hadha ʿAliyun" ilayh And to his sucessor whom he appointed on the Day of GhadeerAnd referred by his saying of "This Ali" to him (or some variant of that). To me this seems to indicate that the Prophet said the second version of the hadith on the Day of Ghadeer, in a very poetic and powerful way. Does the acceptance of one version of the hadith, cast doubt on the authenticity of one of these Du'as. I've seen discussions on the authenticity of Du'a Nudba. I'm not sure if I've seen much about Du'a ʿAdeela. In any case, if for example the second version of the hadith is correct, it could be that the هذا was simply left out of Du'a Nudba, the same way it was left out of several versions of the hadith. However, if the second version is inauthentic, then at least that section from Du'a ʿAdeela seems to be compromised. Any thoughts? (Any comments on the authenticity of Du'a ʿAdeela and how it was transmitted would also be appreciated.) Wasalaam
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