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One group is radical such a way that they believe that there is no role for dua in life of believer.
Second group believe that at least some of Dua are of affection but many of them don't have any affection. Third group are of moderate attitude on Dua. They believe that Dua is of condition and there are preliminaries for fulfillment of Dua. Mutahhari knows Dua as disposition and innate desire within human.
Listed here are a limited few and just a fraction of the etiquettes of du'a that scholars have found in reference to in the Quran and Sunnah. Raising one's hands[ edit ] Raising one's hands is an encouraged option. There are many hadith that describe how Muhammad raised his hands during du'a.
Some hadith describe him having raised his hands way up high in emergency situations. Many scholars agree that if it is not an extreme situation that Muhammad did not raise his hands above his head.
The exact manner that many scholars in Islam describe how high the hands should be raised during a regular Du'a is up to the shoulders with palms placed together. Scholars however agree that there are two authentic ways of raising one's hands: when not in drastic conditions the palms of one's hands should be turned up facing the skies, whilst the back of one's hands are facing the ground, then the du'a can be "recited".
One must also make sure to face the Qibla direction of prayer , whilst making du'a. The second way agreed upon by scholars is to have the palms facing one's face; once again one must face the Qibla, but this time the back of one's hands should also face the Qibla.
So he made a du'a, and asked for rain, then he faced the Qibla and turned his cloak inside-out — Sahih al-Bukhari , Muslim No.
There are also Sahih hadith which narrate that it is forbidden to lift one's eyes towards the sky in prayer. Abu Huraira reported: People should avoid lifting their eyes towards the sky while supplicating in prayer, otherwise their eyes can be snatched away.
Narrated Abdullah ibn Abbas: The Prophet said Supplicate Allah with the palms of your hands; do not supplicate Him with their backs upwards.
The third of the captives said: "This is the beginning of first betrayal. By Allah! I will not go with you.
I have a good example in these martyrs. At last they killed him. This incident took place after the battle of Badr.
It was Khubaib who had killed Al-Harith in the battle of Badr. Khubaib remained a prisoner with those people for a few days till the sons of Al-Harith resolved to kill him. When Khubaib May Allah be pleased with him got wind of this plot, he borrowed a razor from one of Al- Harith's daughters in order to remove his pubic hair.
Her little son crawled towards Khubaib because of her carelessness.
Later on, she saw her son on his thigh and the razor was in his hand. She got scared so much that Khubaib noticed the agitation on her face and said: "Are you afraid that I will kill him? No, I will never do that.
I never saw a prisoner better than Khubaib. I saw him once eating of a bunch of grapes in his hand while he was chained and there was no such fruit at that time in Makkah.
Probably it was a boon which Allah bestowed upon Khubaib. They allowed him and he offered two Rak'ah prayer.