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Asalam, i hope my question benefits everyone.I wanted to know
that it is said that the best time for duas to be answered is 1) The
last third of the night 2) While the person is in prostration and 3) If
a person raises hand and makes dua towards Qubla for his worldly needs.I
wanted to know that can i ask ALLAH for my worldly needs while in sujood
in Tahajud prayers in my own native language urdu since i am a non arab
speaker and then after completing my Tahajud prayers.I give a  gap and
ask ALLAH for my worldly needs by raising my hands and praising Allah
and Sending blessings to the prophet.In this way i can ask ALLAH in 2
different ways .Do you think that this approach of mine is permissible
or should i stick with Tahajjud only.The only reason i want to do this
is that i want to benefit from both prostration and later raising hands.

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Wa Alaikum Assalaam WB.

AlHamdulillaah I have already answered your question.

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BRIEF BIO Shaikh Shafayat was born, in Trinidad, West Indies, where he attended College etc.. Due to his multi-faith and cultural upbringing, he was awarded a scholarship to become a Christian Minister. In 1975 he went to India to study Islam and became the first student from the Caribbean and North America to have enrolled in Darul Uloom Deoband, which is the largest and oldest Islamic Institute in India. In addition to graduating as a Qaari and Islamic Scholar, he also did a course in Journalism and established the Al Hikmat Muslim Magazine, plus he produced many television and radio programs in Trinidad and Florida USA. In 1983 he founded the National Muslim Sports League of Trinidad and Tobago, which established the Islamic Home for Children. He is the Founder/Principal of Darul Uloom Institute in Pembroke Pines Florida and the first Muslim to become President of the Interfaith Council of South Florida in the year 2002. He organized and conducted many Christian / Muslim / Jewish Dialogues in Churches, Synagogues and Islamic Centers in the U.S.A.. Shaikh Shafayat was the first Muslim to represent Islam at a Florida State Faith Summit, held at the Capitol Building with Gov. Jeb Bush in the year 2000. He is a recipient of the Silver Medallion Award from NCCJ (a national interfaith organization) and a recipient of the Peacemaker Award from St. Thomas University in Miami. For many years he lectured on Islam and terrorism to Pembroke Pines Police of South Florida and other Law Enforcement Officers. He lectures throughout the U.S.A. and worldwide on Islam, Interfaith Issues and Cultural Diversity.

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