The virtues of providing financial support to the Mujahideen abounds in the Holy Quraan and the Revered Sunnah. And the virtues of spending in the Jihad and the Thawab of such spending and the admonition for those who do not participate in such a virtuous deed, also abound in the Holy Quraan and the Revered Sunnah.
It was customary with the Prophet (SallAllahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) that after salutation, he use to say: I seek the forgiveness of ALLAH) thrice and then, ‘O ALLAH, Thou art peace, and peace comes from Thee. Blessed are Thou, O possessor of Glory and Honour.’ [Muslim]
He would remain sitting facing Qiblah so long as he recited the above dua and then used to turn towards the worshippers on the right or left. lbn Masud (Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu) narrated that he saw the Prophet turning to left many a time while Hadrat Anas (Radi Allahu Ta’ala Anhu) narrated that he saw the Prophet turning to right very often. [Zadul Ma’ad]
Hazrat Ibn Abbas R.A. reports: ‘On the day of Arafaat a young man; Fadhl; was Rasulullah’s sal’am companion, sharing his camel; when the young man cast his eyes, staring at the women. Whereupon Rasulullah sal’am said: ‘O so of my brother, this is such a day when whoever controls his hearing, his sight and the tongue; he shall certainly be forgiven by Allah’. The young man here referred to was Fadl Ibn Abbaas.
(1) The Islamic months, being lunar months, commence with the sighting (rooyat) of the crescent moon (hilal). The principle is the sighting of the hilaI, not the birth of the moon.
(2) It is Wajib (obligatory) for the people to search for the hilal at the end of the 29th day of Sha’ban, i.e. at sunset.
While going to sleep and getting up he used to go to bed
early and got up just after midnight. He would then clean his teeth with a
miswak (toothbrush), perform ablution and offer prayers to the extent destined
by ALLAH. In this way his whole body and potentialities got rest and ease.