Raising the Hands in Congregational Supplication – Shaikh Bin Baz


Question: Sometimes after the class or lesson: the speaker makes supplication and he raises his hands. So do we sit with him during this collective supplication or leave before the speaker begins making the supplication?

Answer: “There is no harm in supplicating after the lecture or after an admonishment or reminder, there is no harm in making supplication. Supplicating for the attendees for Tawfeeq (divine success), guidance, correctness of intention, action. However, raising the hands for the likes of this, then I do not know any evidence for it. I do not know raising the hands was reported from the Prophet sallahu alayhi wa salam except in general. Generally raising the hands and it is the means of supplication to be answered. However, it is not preserved that the Prophet sallahu alayhi wa salam used to give a admonishment to the people, remind them, then raise his…

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