Is it permissible to say: “O Mu’een (Supporter), O Lord”?

Question 17: Is it permissible to say when seeking the help of Allaah, Glorified and Exalted be He, “O Mu‘een (Supporter)! O Lord!” or to say when asking to make easy what is difficult, “O Musahhil (He who facilitates)! O Muyassir (He who makes easy)! O Lord”? What is the governing principle in this regard? And what is the ruling on a person who says so inadvertently, ignorantly, or deliberately?

Answer: It is permissible to say what you have mentioned, because the One referred to by the “Supporter” and “He who makes easy” is Allaah, Glorified and Exalted be He, as you have declared at the end of your supplication, saying, “O Lord!”, whether you… read more here.

Slaughtering animals for a dead person who is claimed to be a Walee (pious person)

Question 28: What is the ruling on slaughtering an animal for a dead person who is claimed to be a Walee (pious person) and shrines are built over his grave?

Answer: Slaughtering for the dead person mentioned above is a type of Shirk (associating others with Allaah in His Divinity or worship). A person who slaughters for the sake of this Walee is a Mushrik (one who associates others with Allaah in worship) and… read more here.

Prostrating and slaughtering animals on Graves

Question 27: What is the ruling on making Sujood (Prostration) and slaughtering animals on graves?

Answer: Making Sujood (Prostration) and slaughtering animals at graves are idolatrous habits and acts of Shirk Akbar (major form of associating others in worship with Allaah). Sujud and slaughtering are acts of `Ibaadah (worship) and `Ibaadah should be exclusively confined to Allaah. Thus, whoever performs any of them to anyone other than Allaah commits an act of disbelief. Allaah (the Exalted) says… read more here.

Seeking the help of the Jinns and turning to them to fulfill needs

Question 18: Is it permissible to say when seeking the help of Allaah, Glorified and Exalted be He, “O Mu‘een (Supporter)! O Lord!” or to say when asking to make easy what is difficult, “O Musahhil (He who facilitates)! O Muyassir (He who makes easy)! O Lord”? What is the governing principle in this regard? And what is the ruling on a person who says so inadvertently, ignorantly, or deliberately?

Answer:  It is permissible to say what you have mentioned, because the One referred to by the “Supporter” and… read more here.