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That is why Inna Lillahi wa Inna Ilaihi Rajiun is recited

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Allah says, Verily I will test you (some) with fear and hunger, and (some) with wealth and loss of life or fruits. And give glad tidings to those who persevere. (They are the patient ones) who, when a danger befalls them, say, [ইন্না লিল্লাহি ওয়া ইন্না ইলাইহি রাজিউন] 'We belong to Allah and surely to Him we shall return.' On these people are blessings and mercy from their Lord, and they are the rightly guided. (Surah Baqarah, verses: 155-157) The matter is clear in these three verses. Who will recite Inna Lillah, under any circumstances and what are the benefits of reading it.

Believers recite Inna Lillahi wa Inna Ilaihi Raziun when they are in danger. If someone is in danger, recite this prayer. As reward is obtained in Ekadhar, it is recited with an eye on the meaning, but one will find peace in the midst of danger and the transition from danger becomes easier.

These two words are uttered in the mouth of a servant in any danger – it means accepting Allah's decision wholeheartedly. And I believe in the Hereafter, so I expect him to be patient in this danger. Two sentences give the basic testimony of Iman. So its virtues are many.

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