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.

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What is the definition of al-Makrooh (reprehensible)?

Question 3: What is the definition of al-Makrooh?

Answer: All Praise is due to Allaah and peace be upon his Prophet, his family, and Companions. To proceed: Al-Makrooh (what is disliked) is defined as an act that if abstained from, one is rewarded… read more here.

What is the meaning of the following two terms in Hadeeth: Mawqoof and Mursal?

Question 4: What is the meaning of the following two terms that I find in Hadeeth books: Mawqoof and Mursal?

Answer: (1) Hadeeth Mawqoof is the own statement of a Companion of the Prophet who did not ascribe it to the Prophet (peace be upon him). (2) According to… read more here.