It is obligatory upon the teacher and upon the one who calls to Allaah and upon the one who commands with the good and prohibits the evil that they be kind and gentle to the person they are addressing with supplication for them and through complimenting them and using mild speech, because this is more likely to bring about acceptance.
We surrender to the Qur’an and Sunnah, and let them lead us. We err on the side of caution and realise that the words of our Salaf (predecessors) are true: Islam is a bridge that cannot be crossed except by means of surrendering.
This is a collection of some of the weak hadeeths which are quoted regarding the virtue of reciting Surah al-Dukhaan.
These hadeeth are:
1. Whoever recites Ha-Meem (Surah) al-Dukhaan in the evening, seventy thousand angels will ask forgiveness for him until the morning.
2. Whoever recites Ha-Meem (Surah) al-Dukhaan on the night before Friday will be forgiven.
3. Whoever recites Surah al-Dukhaan on the night before Friday will be forgiven.
4. Whoever recites Ha-Meem al-Dukhaan on the night before Friday or on Friday, Allaah will build for him a house in Paradise.
In the words ‘Do not get angry’, the Prophet (صلي الله عليه وسلم) brought together the good of this world and of the Hereafter, because anger results in cutting off ties and withholding kindness, and it may lead to one doing harm to the person with whom one is angry, which diminishes one’s religious commitment.
However, there may be circumstances that keep this obstacle from preventing the responses to supplication. Committing prohibited acts also prevents response to supplication. Just as not performing that which is obligatory, (such as shunning pursuing good and forbidding evil, as was mentioned in the hadeeth) prevents an answer to supplication, performing acts of obedience is a cause for their answer.