Surah Sajidha
1.1 Varies with device
- From Ibn ‘Abbaas (may Allaah be pleased with him) in a marfoo’ report: “Whoever recites when he prays Fajr three verses from the beginning of Soorat al-An’aam up to the words (interpretation of the meaning): ‘and He knows what you earn (good or bad)’ [al-An’aam 6:3], forty thousand angels will come down to him and the like of their deeds will be written for him. And there will be sent to him an angel from seven heavens with an iron rod, and if the shaytaan instils any evil in his heart he will strike him until there will be seventy veils between him and him. When the Day of Resurrection comes, Allaah will say: ‘I am your Lord and you are My slave, walk in My shade, and drink from al-Kawthar, and wash in al-Salsabeel, and enter Paradise without being brought to account or punished.’”
This was mentioned by al-Suyooti in al-Durr al-Manthoor (3/245-246). He said: al-Salafi narrated it with a unreliable isnaad from Ibn ‘Abbaas as a marfoo’ report, and al-Ghaafiqi mentioned it in Lamahaat al-Anwaar (941).
2- It was narrated that Ibn Mas’ood said: The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever prays Fajr in congregation and sits in his prayer place, and recites three verses from the beginning of Soorat al-An’aam, Allaah will appoint seventy angels for him who will glorify Allaah and pray for forgiveness for him until the Day of Resurrection.”
This was quoted by al-Suyooti in al-Durr al-Manthoor (3/246) and he attributed it to al-Daylami and al-Ghaafiqi in Lamahaat al-Anwaar (935) in a version close to that of the hadeeth of Ibn ‘Abbaas.
Al-Aloosi said in Rooh al-Ma’aani (7/76), after quoting a number of ahaadeeth and reports about Soorat al-An’aam, including the hadeeth of Ibn ‘Abbaas and Ibn Mas’ood: And there are other reports, but most of that is da’eef (weak) and some of it is mawdoo’ (fabricated), as is obvious. End quote.
There is no proven hadeeth which speaks of the virtues of Soorat al-An’aam.
With regard to Soorat al-Sajdah and al-Mulk, there is no proven report about reading them between Maghrib and ‘Isha’, but there is a proven report about the virtue of reciting Soorat al-Sajdah in Fajr prayer on Friday.

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