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Qunut supplication and its ruling

In the Maliki school, the qunut is a prayer which is said in the second rak’at of the Subh prayer before or after bowing (ruku’). If one forgets to do it before ruku’, it can be done afterwards.

It is:

 

ALLAHUMMA INNA NASTA’INUKA WA NASTAGHFIRUKA WA NUMINU BIKA WA NATAWAKKALU ‘ALALAYKA WA NUTHNI ‘ALAYKA’L-KHAYRA KULLAH

  O Allah! Truly we seek Your help and Your forgiveness and believe in You and praise You for all good.
NASHKURUKA WA LA NAKFURUKA WA NAKHNA’U LAKA WA NAKHLA’U WA NATRUKU MAN YAKFURUK
  We thank You and are not ungrateful to You and submit ourselves to you and surrender and abandon all who reject You.
ALLAHUMMA IYYAKA NA’BUDU WA LAKA NUSALLI WA NASJUD WA ILAYKA NAS’A WA NAHFIDH
  O Allah You alone we worship. We pray and prostrate to You. We strive and struggle in Your Way.
NARJU RAHMATAKA WA NAKHAFU ‘ADHABAKA’L-JIDD INNA ‘ADHABAKA BI’L-KAFIRINA MULHIQ

We hope for Your mercy and fear Your harsh punishment. Certainly Your punishment encircles the rejectors.

 

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