|Islam consists of Usool-e-Deen (Roots of Faith)
which are 5 in number:
Tawheed = Monotheism
Adil = Justice
Nabuwwat = Prophethood
Imamate = Viceregency
Qayamaat = Resurrection
In the Holy Quran (112) we read:Say: He is Allah(swt) the One
Allah(swt) the Needless
He begets not, nor is He begotten
And there are none comparable to Him.
- Belief in Allah(swt) and in His absolute perfection is the source of Islam.
- Allah(swt) was not and cannot have been created Himself, and He created all other things without any model to base His creation on.
- Allah(swt) always was, always has been and always will be. All else will perish and die whilst Allah(swt) cannot ever die.
- Everything is perfectly formed and shaped by Allah(swt) with perfect wisdom, and without any raw materials He created out of nothing as only He can.
- Allah(swt) does not have a body and is a being that can never be seen.
- To put any kind of limit on Allah(swt) is to think incorrectly of Him.
A Section from Sermon 1 of Nahjul Balagha:
Praise is due to Allah (swt) whose worth cannot be described by speakers, whose bounties cannot be counted by calculators and whose claim (to obedience) cannot be satisfied by those who attempt to do so, whom the height of intellectual courage cannot appreciate, and the divings of understanding cannot reach; He for whose description no limit has been laid down, no eulogy exists, no time is ordained and no duration is fixed. He brought forth creation through His Omnipotence, dispersed winds through His Compassion, and made firm the shaking earth with rocks.
The foremost in religion is the acknowledgement of Him, the perfection of acknowledging Him is to testify Him, the perfection of testifying Him is to believe in His Oneness, the perfection of believing in His Oneness is to regard Him Pure, and the perfection of His purity is to deny Him attributes, because every attribute is a proof that it is different from that to which it is attributed and everything to which something is attributed is different from the attribute. Thus whoever attaches attributes to Allah recognises His like, and who recognises His like regards Him two; and who regards Him two recognises parts for Him; and who recognises parts for Him mistook Him; and who mistook Him pointed at Him; and who pointed at Him admitted limitations for Him; and who admitted limitations for Him numbered Him.
Whoever said in what is He, held that He is contained; and whoever said on what is He held He is not on something else. He is a Being but not through phenomenon of coming into being. He exists but not from non-existence. He is with everything but not in physical nearness. He is different from everything but not in physical separation. He acts but without connotation of movements and instruments. He sees even when there is none to be looked at from among His creation. He is only One, such that there is none with whom He may keep company or whom He may miss in his absence.
In the Holy Quran (4:40) we read:Surely Allah(swt) does not do Injustice to the weight of
an atom, and if it is a good deed, He multiplies it and
gives from Himself a great reward.
Allah(swt) is perfectly just to all creatures and His justice is always temporal with mercy. When we commit sins, Allah(swt) allows us time to repent and to reform our lives away from those sins. In fact the Mercy of Allah(swt) is such, that even if we were drowning in our own sins, then we changed and repented with sincerity, Allah(swt) will forgive us. Some people believe that all the actions that we do are from Allah(swt). If this had been the case then this is a great injustice that, Allah(swt) firstly makes us commit a sin and then punishes us for that same thing!(astaghferullah). This is completely incorrect and is not at all in keeping with the justice of Allah(swt).
It may appear sometimes that injustice is being done to us, but this is not the case as it is we who are the cause:
In the Holy Quran (9:70) we read:Has not the news of those before them reached them;
Of the people of Nuh (a.s.) and Aad and Samood, and the people of Ibraheem (a.s.) and the
dwellers of Madyan and the overthrown cities; Their Apostles came to them
with clear arguements; So it was not Allah(swt) who should do them
Injustice, but they were unjust to themselves.
In the Holy Quran (4:165) we read:We sent Apostles as givers of good news and as warners,
so that people should not have a plea against Allah(swt)
The appointment to Prophethood is a matter assigned by Allah(swt). He selects from amongst his righteous slaves, the slaves who are perfect in their humanity and can therefore guide others.
A Prophet is a link between the people and Allah(swt), for the sake of guiding the people towards the correct way of life.
All the Prophets(a.s) were sinless (masoom) and did not ever commit sins. Even before a Prophet had been told to declare his prophethood he did not commit any sins.
The Prophet will give the people the system of living their lives in accordance with the wishes of Allah(swt).
All the Prophets(a.s) preached correctly and from the same root, but the reason for the many different religions that we have in the world is due to the misunderstandings, neglect or open rebellion that the people had towards hearing the truth from the Prophets(a.s).
According to the narrations there have been 124,000 Prophets (as).
In the Holy Quran (2:124) we read:"And when his Lord tried Ibraheem (a.s.) with certain words, he
fulfilled them. He said 'Surely I will make you an Imam of
men.' Ibraheem (a.s.) said 'And of my offspring?' My covenant does
not include the unjust.' "
As with Prophethood, the station of Imamate is a matter that Allah(swt), and not the people, choose. In life some people call others to goodness and others call to sin and all that is evil. Therefore the ones chosen by Allah(swt) as Imams always guide to the truth, whereas a person chosen by the people at large may in fact lead to the wrong path.
After the death of Prophet Muhammed(saaw), there are 12 Imams(a.s) who are all from Ahlul-Bayt(people of the household of the Prophet(saaw)), please see the page
to know more about the Imams(a.s). The Imams(a.s) as with the Prophets(a.s) are all free from sins(masoom). No new laws are introduced by the Imams(a.s) and nor do they innovate from their own selves.
The obedience to the Imam is a direct order from Allah(swt) and therefore one of the roots of the religion.
The Holy Quran (4:59) reads:"O you who believe, Obey Allah(swt), Obey the Apostle (saaw) and Obey those in authority from among you."
Another verse (76:24) informs us not to obey sinners, it reads:" Therefore wait patiently for the command of your Lord;
and obey not from among them a sinner or an ungrateful one.
The above two ayats answer many questions about Imamate.
In the Holy Quran (1:4) we read:"Master of the day of Judgement"
The day of Judgement is the day when all human beings shall be judged according to their deeds. Men and Women will appear on that day as they were on the earth i.e in the human bodily form.
People will either be rewarded or punished as a result of their actions on earth.
What is actually going to happen on the Day of Judgement is only known to Allah(swt). The reality for us is that it is a day that will happen for sure, and the best thing we can do is to try and live the best life we can in obedience to Allah(swt) and hence we pray that the day will be a happy one for us.
In the Holy Quran (10:109) we read:And follow what is revealed to you and be patient till Allah(swt) should give judgment, and He is the best of the judges.
The absolute focus of Islamic piety is Allah, the supreme, all knowing, all-powerful, and above all, all-merciful God.
Say: He, Allah, is One.
Allah is He on Whom all depend.
He begets not, nor is He begotten.
And none is like Him.(112)
"He is One, not in terms of number; Everlasting, without duration; Standing, without supports. He is not of a kind that other kinds should be on a par with Him, nor an object that objects should be similar to Him.Because of His tremendousness places encompass Him not, because of His majesty measures gauge Him not, and because of His grandeur standards judge Him not. Impossible it is for imaginations to fathom Him, understandings to comprehend Him or minds to imagine Him. Powers of reason with lofty aspiration despair of contriving to comprehend Him, oceans of knowledge run dry without alluding to Him in depth , and the subtleties of disputants fall from loftiness to pettiness in describing His power".
The Most Fundamental of all beliefs in Islam is the Tawheed or Oneness of Allah. The fact that He is, and will be forever. He is everywhere at all times,no person or object in this universe can hide from Him. He is the perfect Creator and everything in this Universe has been created by Him. Putting somebody or something equal to Allah is the biggest of sins and is called "shirk". Ascribing a shape to him would be a lie since our limited minds and imaginations cannot percieve such a thing and would give us a false representations .He is the One and Only and is Absolutely independent of anything and everything that exists.
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These are 10 in number:
Adl is the belief that Allah is just and fair and that each individual will be judged by his deeds on the day of judgement. This belief strengthens the fact that every individual has control over their destiny and that Allah has not predetermined our fate. We have been given two paths to choose from, the good and the bad, and Allah has given every human the ability to distinguish between right and wrong. Those who do evil things and then believe that it is Allahs will, they are gravely mistaken. So in essence Adl is a part of Tawheed and by believing that Allah determines if we do good or bad things would be acribing a lie to him and thus rendering a persons faith void. A person who believes that his/her bad deeds are their own doing or the devil's(Iblees's) misleading suggestions, They will more likely be inclined towards the right path.
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Nabuwat is the belief in God's Prophets and that all Prophets are better than all humans and sinless(masoom). Prophethood began by Hazrat Adam and ended with Hazrat Muhammad(PBUH). Prophet Muhammad is known as the seal of prophets. He is the last Prophet and there will absolutely be no one after him.
And of those whom We have created are a people who
guide with the truth and thereby they do justice.(7:181)
The Prophets were sent to mankind as guides. Their purpose was to deliver the message of Allah. Of all the prophets not one rejected the Divine message of God. Unlike certain beliefs in some Religions in the world today, it is a fact that all Prophets established Religion based on the One and Only God.
The Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) was revealed the last Holy book sent by God;The Quran. His teachings are complete and cover almost every aspect of life and death. Islam is similar to Christianity and Judaism. Infact they are said to be the Religion of Hazrat Ibrahim, from whom Prophet Muhammad,Jesus Christ and Moses are desended. Christianity and Judaism are widely mentioned in the Quran. Since Nabuwat is the fundamental belief of Religion it is important to believe in everything the Prophets say for their words are the truth as mentioned in the above verse.
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And We made them Imams who guided (people) by Our
command, and We revealed to them the doing of good and the
keeping up of prayer and the giving of the alms, and Us
(alone) did they serve.(21:73)
Before the death of the Holy Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) He appointed from among his ahl-e-bayt an Imam who we believe is Hazrat Ali(a.s). Though some sects in Islam dispute this, it is clearly mentioned in history books as the event called Eid-e-Gadir. This was when the Prophet gave his last sermon and he Appointed Hazrat Ali to be his Successor. No one can dispute his ability to lead the Muslim Ummah as he was the closest to the Prophet.
The Prophet said Himself : "Mankuntu maula fa haza Ali un maula"(for whom ever i am maula, Ali is his maula). Or on another occasion the Prophet said: "You are to me like Haroon was to Musa".
The linage of the Imams continues from Hazrat Ali(a.s) to Imam Mehdi(a.s) who was the last and 12th Imam. Imam Mehdi(a.s) is alive and will return to us and guide us all to the right path. After the Prophets it is only the Imams who can guide us and their decision on a matter is a decision from God. The Imams are also sinless(masoom). The names of the Twelve Imams are as Follows
9)Imam Ali Naqi(a.s)
10)Imam Muhammad Taqi(a.s)
11)Imam Hasan Askkari(a.s)
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"WHEN the sky is rent asunder; when the stars scatter and the oceans roll together; when the graves are hurled about; each soul shall know what it has done and what it has failed to do.
O man! What evil has enticed you from your gracious Lord who created you, gave you an upright form, and proportioned you? In whatever shape He willed He could have moulded you.
Yet you deny the Last Judgement. Surely there are guardians watching over you, noble recorders who know of all your actions.
The righteous will surely dwell in bliss. But the wicked shall burn in Hell upon the Judgement-day: nor shall they ever escape from it.
Would that you knew what the Day of Judgement is! Oh, would that you knew what the Day of Judgement is! It is the day when every soul will stand alone and God will reign supreme. "
Qiyamat is the belief in the day of Judgement or the hereafter. The day when all of mankind will be judged for their actions and deeds. The good deeds will be weighed and the bad deeds will be weighed. And whoever has done good in life will be awarded Heaven. All our deeds are being recorded by the angels and when the day of judgement comes we will be held accountable for what we have done in our lifetime. It is the Day when all this universe will know that Allah is the One and Only Creator. And no one can take blame or lay blame on anyones acount.
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Muhammad Baqir Majlisi, Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 4, pp. 221-3.
Translated with notes by Dawood, N. J. Penguin Books.
Usoole Deen are the roots of faith but to be able to survive over time, they would have to be strengthened by the branches which are the Furuh-e-Deen. Just as the branches of a tree absorb Oxygen from the air and light from the sun to give nourishment to the tree, Furuh-e-Deen supply the nourishment to our faith.
Furuh-e-Deen are 6 in number :
1. Namaz/Salaat ( The 5 daily prayers)
The institution of Namaaz is one of the best gifts that a person could get from Allah
Almighty. The focus of bowing ones forehead to the ground several times a day keeps
ones perspective clear. It is a good cure for selfish instincts and helps keep your feet firmly
on the ground !
The physical benefit of offering prayers 5 times a day is that one cannot remain dirty or
unclean. To be fit to appear before Allah Almighty, one has to be clean physicall as well as
mentally. Washing the exposed parts of the body frequently, gets rid of the dirt, grime &
pollution that collects on them. Then, the different postures and position of the limbs, the
back and the neck increase circulation of blood as well as providing exercise without any
expense or wastage of time.
2. Roza /Saum ( Fasting in the month of Ramazaan)
Fasting entails a lot more than just remaining hungry for a specified period of time. Fasting
from dawn to dusk requires one to abstain from food, drink, smoking and sex. In addition
to this, one is encouraged to be respectful, courteous and cooperative while one is fasting.
In this way, one is encouraged to get rid of excess weight, discipline onself with regard to
eating and drinking, quit smoking, and other bad habits that one may have .
3. Zakat/Zakaa ( 2.5% tax on savings)
This is the key to a welfare state in Islam. The 2.5% of one's net savings goes a long way in
looking after the needs of the Islamic nation's widows, orphans and the destitute. If all
Muslims who are eligible to pay Zakat do so honestly, the amount so collected would be
colossal. Note here that needy Sayeds [descendents of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)] are
not allowed to accept any benefit from the Zakat of the other Muslims. They can be helped
by the collections under the head of KHUMS which is explained below.
4. Khums ( Tax on wealth, spoils of war, Treasure, minerals, pearls, profit from land sold to non-
Muslims, profit from business or savings from income thereof)
Khums is the share of the Holy Imams in the savings of the Muslims. The amount is one
fifth of the net savings after all legitimate needs have been met. Half of the amount so
collected is to be retained by the Mujtahideen [ the top Scholars who are the designated
assistants to Imam-e Zamana (ES)] for general welfare, mosque & academic expenses,
etc. The other half is used to help needy Sayeds [descendents of Prophet Mohammad
[PBUH)] who cannot benefit from Zakat, which is haram (banned) for them.
5. Haj ( the pilgrimage to Khaane Kaaba at least once in life)
The Haj pilgrimage is compulsory for those who can afford it. It is a very just injunction. If
one has a loan to pay off , one is not eligible for Haj, if your children have yet to be
married, or if the expenses of Haj are equal to the expenses for medical care required for
that person, or if one is a prisoner/slave or if one has not paid his Zakat/Khums. Eligibility
for Haj is subject to the person being free of any financial obligations. It cannot be
performed with stolen or illegally acquired wealth.
The benefits of Haj are many. Meeting thousands of fellow Muslims from all parts of the
world fosters friendship & brotherhood. History is also revised to refresh the memory of
Muslims confused by conflicting faiths and beliefs encountered by them around the world.
Seeing everyone dressed in the simplest and uniform attire, devoid of all embelishments, is
a very humbling experience for the well endowed. For those who are not so well off, it is a
comfort that Allah considers all His people equal, symbolically dressed in the same simple
two sheets of unstitched white cloth. The different parts of the Pilgrimage refer to incidents
in the early history of Islam and refresh the memory of the elder Hajis while being of
immense educational value to the younger ones.
6. Jihad ( struggle against ones own bad urges/ instincts or to defend ones life)
This is the most misunderstood and misused tenet of Islam. Islam never instructs its
followers to go out and conquer non-Muslims or kill them if they dont accept Islam.
This is the result of leaders of sects that cropped up immediately after the passing away of
Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) exorting their followers to conquer new lands and get
more adherents to extend their power. Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) taught by example,
never resorting to violence and even accepting peace on terms which at that time seemed
humiliating to some of his followers. These terms later porved to be the strengthening factor
The true leaders of Islam, the Holy Imams( ES), the Progeny (ES) of Prophet Mohammad
(PBUH) all exorted the Muslims not to kill in the name of Islam. Imam Hussain bin Ali (ES),
in fact, died in a most gruesome war at Karbala just outside Baghdad not preferring to kill
but to be killed even when he could easily have annihilated the whole force of the enemy.
He was up against an enemy of Islam who was distorting the face of Islam by doing all that
was banned and not doing all that was required by Islam.
His illustrious Father, the First Imam, Hazrat Ali Bin Abi Talib (ES) has clearly said that the
biggest & the best Jihad is against your own bad instincts and your ego. In the Ghaybat
(physical absence) of the Imame Zamana (ES), Jihad [like war] is allowed only to defend
oneself but totally banned for aggression.
In addition to these there are a further four Furuh, namely, AMR BIL MAAROOF, NAHI
AN ILMUNKAR, TAWWALLA & lastly TABBARRA.
AMR BIL MAAROOF literally means exhorting others to do good deeds. Just telling
Islam consists of the Branches of Faith (Furu' ad-Deen)
someone to pray, fast, pay Zakat/Khums etc is the essence of Amr Bil Maaroof .
Accepting or rejecting your advice is their own prerogative.
NAHI AN ILMUNKAR means exhorting others to shun bad deeds. Just telling
someone, who is a sinner, not to sin is a good deed. Accepting or rejecting your advice is
their own prerogative.
TAWWALLA is loving the Holy Prophet(PBUH) and the Holy Imaams (ES) with all your
heart. This includes praising of their qualities which are the reason for Their being at the
highest pinnacle of human spirituality. They are human yet NOOR ( sublime light created by
Allah Almighty before the creation of the universe)
TABBARRA means showing annoyance with the enemies of the Holy Prophet(PBUH) and
the Holy Imaams (ES) . This does not mean that one should go out and fight with everyone,
but to explain to them why we love the Holy Prophet(PBUH) and the Holy Imaams (ES)
and what Their teachings are.
||= Prayers |
||= Fasting |
||= Pilgrimage to Makka |
||= Islamic Tax |
||= Islamic Tax |
||= Struggle in the way of Allah(swt) |
||= To Promote the doing of Good |
||= To Promote the staying away from Evil |
||= To love the Ahlul-bayt(a.s) |
||= To keep aloof from the enemies of Ahlul-Bayt(a.s) |
This saying of Lady Fatimah(a.s) sums up Islam beautifully: |
Allah (swt) has made faith(Iman)[the means] to purify one from polytheism(Shirk); and [made] prayer(Salat) to guard one from arrogance; and [prescribed] alms(Zakat) to chasten one's self and increase one's sustenance; and [prescribed] the fast(Sawm) to strengthen sincere devotion [to Allah (swt)]; and [prescribed] the pilgrimage(Hajj) to elevate the religion(Deen); and [enjoined] justice(Adil) to harmonize the hearts; and [enjoined] obedience to us(Ahlul bayt) to organize the Islamic community(Millah); and our Leadership(Imamah) as a trust to avoid disunity; and [prescribed] holy war(Jihad) to honour Islam and denounce the unbelievers and hypocrites; and the bidding of good(Amr bil-maroof) and forbidding of evil(nuhay anil munkar) for the benefit of the people in general; and kindness to parents as a shield against the anger [of Allah (swt)]; and strengthening one's ties with near kin to prolong [one's] life;... and the forbiddance of alcoholic drink to guard oneself from filth; and Allah (swt) has prohibited polytheism for the sincere devotion to His Divinity; so [O you who believe!] fear Allah (swt) as you should, and [see that] you die not but as Muslims[3:102].
· THINGS THAT REDUCE "RIZQ".
· Considering Namaz to be insignificant.
· Being disrespectful with parents.
· Addressing parents by their names.
· Walking in front of the aged.
· Cursing one's own children and praying bad things for them.
· Breaking ties with the relatives.
· Managing the financial affairs without any consideration and prior thought.
· False swearing.
· Expressing greed.
· A habit of lying.
· Turning away the needy.
· Rushing out of the mosque.
· Going to the market before sunrise.
· Taking a long time in the markets.
· Buying bread from a "faqeer" - beggar.
· Sleeping a lot.
· Sleeping naked.
· Eating while lying down.
· Keeping the dishes undone ( not washing them).
· Not honouring bread crumbs.
· Not washing hands before and after eating.
· Using all kinds of wood for a tooth pick.
· Biting nails.
· Combing hair with a broken comb.
· Being stingy.
· Lavish expenditures without a purpose.
· Eating and drinking in a state of "Janabat".
· Urinating in the shower.
· Urinating while naked.
· Shameless behaviour.
· Not wiping the spider webs.
· Keeping garbage in the rooms.
· Sleeping while the sun is setting.
· Listening to music.
· Sitting at the main door.
· Eating in an unclean and cracked dish.
· Sleeping between the time for Namaz-e-Fajr and sunrise.
· Wiping the hands and mouth with sleeves.
· Sweeping the house at night.
· Leaving the food and drinks uncovered.
· Having an appearance of a beggar.
· Not praying for the parents whether they are alive or dead.
· Being severe with the wife in matters of food and clothing.
· Being lazy.
· Being lazy in the religious and worldly affairs and not working enough.
Dua'a-E-Salaamathi Imam-E-Zamana(Ajallahu Thallah Farajahum)
SALLALLAH HU ALAIKA YA SAHEBBAZZAMAN YA IMAMA- ZAMANENA HAZA YA SAHEBA DAURINA HAZA YA HUJJATH ALLAH YA KHALEEFT-AL-AALAHE AKBARO YA MALIKA-DDAHRE YA SAHIBA-DDAWRE YAA QAIMALIQIYAMATE ADRIKNI BIHAQQE KHALIQEQA WA RAZIQIKA WA RABBIKA BIHAQQE JADDIKA WA ABEEKA MUHAMMADENA MUSTAFA SALLALLLAHO ALAIHE WA AALIHIWA AA LIHIO WA SALLAM WA BIHAQQE JADDATIKA WA UMMEKA FATIMATAZZ-ZAHRAA SALAWATULLAHI ALAIHA WA BIHAQQE JADDIKA WA ABEEKA ALEEYYA-BNAL MURTAZA ALAIHI-SSALAAME WA BIHAQQE JADDIKA WA ABEEKA HASANIL MUJTABA ALAIHI-SSALAAME WA BIHAQQE JADDIKA WA ABEEKA HUSSAIN-ISH-SHAHEEDE BI-KARBALA ALAIHI-SSALAAM WA BIHAQQE JADDIKA WA ABEEKA ZAINUL AABIDEEN ALAIHI-S-SALAAM WA BIHAQQE JADDIKA WA ABEEKA MUHAMMADA-NIL -BAQAR ALAIHI-SSALAAM WA BIHAQQE JADDIKA WA ABEEKA JAFAR-E-SSADIQ ALAIHI-SSALAAM WA BIHAQQE JADDIKA WA ABEEKA MOOSIYAL KAAZIM ALAIHI-SSALAAM WA BIHAQQE JADDIKA WA ABEEKA MOOSIYA-R-RAZA ALAIHI-SSALAAM WA BIHAQQE JADDIKA WA ABEEKA MUHAMMAD-ANIT-TAQI ALAIHI-SSALAAM WA BIHAQQE JADDIKA WA ABEEKA ALI-YUN-NAQI ALAIHI-SSALAAM WA BIHAQQE JADDIKA WA ABEEKA HASAN-IL-ASKARI ALAIHI-SSALAAM YA SAAHIBUL ASAR WA -ZZAMAAN YA IMAM-AZ-ZAMAANINA HAZA WA YAA SAHIBA-D-DAURE WA YA QAIMAL QIYAMATE YA ABAL GHAISA YA ABAL GHAISA YA ABAL GHAISA ADRIKNI ADRIKNI ADRIKNI BIHAQQE JAMEEIL AMBIYAAE WAL MURSALEENA WAL AULIYAAE WA-S-SIDDIQEENA WA-SH-SHUHADAAE WA-S-SALIHEENA WAL-MU'MINEENA WAL MU'MINAATE WAL -ULAMAAE' WAL -AABIDEENA WAL MUSLIMEENA WAL MUSLIMAATE AHYAAE' MINHUM WAL MAUTE WABIHAQQE NAWWABIKA WA KHADDAMIKA WA SUFARAAIKA WA NUQABAIKA WA WUKALAAIKA YABNA RASOOL-IL-LAHE YA SAHIBAL ASRE WAZZ ZAMAAN YA IMAM-AZ-ZAMANINA HAZA YA NOOR ALLAHE YA HUJJATAL-YA KHALEEFATAL LAHE AKBARE YA MAALIKA-D-DAHRE YAA SAHIBA-D-DAHRE YA QAIMA-AL -QIYAAMATE YAA ABAL GHAISA YAA ABAL GHAISA YAA ABAL GHAISA YA ISMATAL UMAME YA ISMATAL UMAME YA ISMATAL UMAME YAA ABA SALIH YAA ABA SALIH YAA ABA SALIH YAA BAQEE YATAL LAHE YAA BAQEE YATAL LAHE YAA BAQEE YATAL LAHE ALLAHUMMA SALLE ALA MUHAMMAD-IW-WA AALE MUHAMMAD
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