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 Making Condiltions when Supplicating

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Question:

What is the ruling concerning the saying, “We will meet in Paradise –if Allah wills”?


Answer

This is a good saying and there is nothing wrong with it, and we ask Allah to gather us with our brothers in Paradise and that we meet in Paradise. But one shouldn’t say with it “if Allah wills.” Instead, one should say, “We ask Allah, by His Generosity, to allow us to meet in Paradise.” Or, “May Allah reunite us in Paradise.”


Shaikh Ibn Baz. (Rahimahullah)

Reference: Fatawa Islamiyah Volume 7 Page 277
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