(11): It was narrated that the Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said:"If the slave says: 'O my Lord, O my Lord, Allah, The Almighty, will say: 'Here I am, ask me and I shall give you." 

The Verification of the Hadeeth: Its Isnaad (i.e. chain of transmission) is very weak.

It was reported by Ibn Abi Ad-Dunya in Ad-Du‘aa' as in Al-Jaami‘ Al-Kabeer (2445) from the route of Al-Hakam ibn Sa‘eed Al-Umawi from Hishaam ibn ‘Urwah from his father from ‘Aa’ishah, may Allaah be pleased with her. It was also reported from the route of Al-Hakam ibn Sa‘eed by Al-Bazaar as in Kashf Al-Astaar (3145), Ibn Shaheen in At-Targheeb fi Fadhaa'il Al-‘Amaal (146), and Ibn ‘Asaakir in Ta'reekh Dimashq (51/165).

Its Isnaad is very weak due to Al-Hakam ibn Sa‘eed Al-Umawi. Imam Al-Bukhaai, Al-Azdi and Ibn ‘Adyy, may Allaah have mercy upon them, said: "His Hadeeth is Munkar ."

Ibn Hibaan said: "He is one of those whose mistakes are fatal and illusions are many and this makes his Hadeeths Munkar and thus it cannot be used as a proof. (1)"

Accordingly, the Hadeeth has a very weak chain of transmission. Al-Haythami said in Al-Majma‘ (10/159): "It was reported by Al-Bazzaar and its chain of transmission includes Al-Hakam ibn Sa‘eed Al-Umawi who is weak."

Refer to Al-Jaami‘ Al-Kabeer (2456), Majma‘ Az-Zawaa'id (10/159), Jaami‘ Al-‘Uloom wal Hikam (1/106), Faydh Al-Qadeer (1/411), As-Silsilah Adh-Dha‘eefah (2693) and Dha‘eef Al-Jaami‘ (611).




(1)         Refer to At-Ta'reekh Al-Kabeer (2/341) Al-Majrooheen (1/ 249) and Al-Kaamil (2/207), Al-Mizaan (1/570) and Lisaanh (1/342).


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