[Combating Toolkit]

The Weapons of the Believer in his war against Shaytan 

( this page work is in progess !!)

This evil enemy of the human is always anxious to mislead mankind. He does this through a number of means. One must beware of this enemy. One must be aware of his goals and his stratagem in order to be victorious over him. If man is heedless about these affairs, then Shaytan can attack him through any means that he pleases.

Protection by Statements
  • 1. Remembrance (Dhikr) of Allaah
  • 2. Saying ‘Laa ilaaha illallaah wahdahu laa shareeka lah, lahul-Mulk 
wa lahul-Hamd wa huwa ‘alaa kulli shay’in qadeer’
  • 3. Reciting the Last Two Suwar of the Noble Qur’aan; 
Sooratul-Falaq and Sooratun-Naas
  • 4. Reciting Aayatul-Kursee
  • 5. Reciting the Second Chapter of the Qur’aan; Sooratul-Baqarah
  • 6. The Last Two Verses of Sooratul-Baqarah
  • 7. When Entering the Toilet (where one relieves himself)
  • 8. When you are Angry
  • 9. Directly before entering your Wife for Sexual Intercourse
  • 10. When Hearing a Donkey Bray
  • 11. Directly before you Begin to Read the Qur’aan
  • 12. After you have begun to Pray
  • 13. After the Nidaa’ (Call to Prayer)
Protection by Actions

Adhering to the Straight Path
Taking refuge and shelter in Allah
Adhering to the main body of the Muslims (i.e., the Jama’ah)
Knowing the tricks of Shaytna and the means of defeating him
Supplicating to Allah when leaving home
Supplicating to Allah when entering homes
Supplication when entering Masjid
Seeking refuge upon entering bathrooms
Seeking Refuge Upon Entering a Valley or a Strange land
Seeking refuge in Allah from Satan upon hearing the braying of a donkey
Seeking refuge in Allah before reciting the Quran
Invocations for one’s children and family
The best of invocations are the last two surahs of the Qur’aan (Surah Al-Falaq and Suran Al-Nas)
Haste is from Shytan
Yawning is from Shaytaan and it may invalidate your Salah
To put an end to the suspicious aspects and the questionable matters by which Satan enters into the soul

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