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Rufai Oladimeji
Lagos State University
English
100Level, Nigeria.
Question

The du’a said after eating,
"Alhamdulillah allathi atamani wa
razaqanihe wa ja alani minal
muslimeen" is from a weak hadeeth
but I do not have the proof for it.
Someone is asking for proof. Can
you please explain it.

Answer

Praise be to Alaah
The wording of the hadeeth is: It
was narrated that Abu Sa’eed (may
Allah be pleased with him) said:
When the Prophet (peace and
blessings of Allah be upon him) ate
or drank something, he would say,

“Al-hamdu Lillah illathi at’amana wa
saqana wa ja’alana Muslimeen
(Praise be to Allah Who has given us
food and drink and made us
Muslims).”

Narrated by Abu Dawood, 3850; al-
Tirmithi, 3457.
Shaykh al-‘Albani said in his
commentary on al-Kalim al-Tayyib
(189) by Shaykh al-Islam Ibn
Taymiyah:
Its isnad (chain of narration) is
da’eef, because the narrators were
confused about it, as explained by
al-Hafiz in al-Tahtheeb; and by al-
Hafiz al-Mazzi before him in Tuhfat
al-Ashraf, 3/353-354; and by Imam
al-Bukhari before them in al-
Tareekh al-Kabeer, 1/1/353-354; and
by al-Nasai in al-Yawm wa’l-Laylah,
288-290. And al-Tirmithi, despite his
well-known lenience, did not class it
as hasan (sound),
There are similar ahadeeth
(narrations) which are proven from
the Prophet (peace and blessings of
Allah be upon him) concerning this
matter, such as the following:
- It was narrated from Abu
Umamah (may Allah be pleased with
him) that when the Prophet (peace
and blessings of Allah be upon him)
had finished eating – and one time
he said, When the table was cleared
– he would say, “Al-hamdu Lillaah
illadhi kafana wa arwana ghayra
makfiyyin wa la makfoor (Praise be
to Allah Who has satisfied our needs
and quenched our thirst. Your
favour cannot be compensated or
denied).” And on one occasion he
said, “Al-hamdu Lillahi rabbina
ghayr mukfiyyin wa la muwadda’in
wa la mustaghna rabbana (Praise be
to Allah our Lord. Your favour
cannot be compensated, nor can be
left, nor can be dispensed with, O
our Lord).” Narrated by al-Bukhari,
5459.

- It was narrated that Abu
Ayyoob al-Ansari (may Allah be
pleased with him) said: When the
Messenger of Allah (peace and
blessings of Allah be upon him) ate
or drank something, he would say,
“Al-hamdu Lillah illathi at’ama wa
saqa wa sawwaghahu wa ja’ala lahu
makhrajan (Praise be to Allah Who
has given food and drink, made it
easy to swallow and has made a
way out for it).”

Narrated by Abu Dawood (3851) and
classed as saheeh (authentic) by al-
Albani in al-Saheehah (2061).
And Allah knows best.

islamqa.info/en/answers/25824/praise-be-to-allah-who-has-fed-me-and-granted-me-provision

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