A Prayer

BismiLlahir Rahmanir Rahim

A du'a with Dr. Tariq Ramadan - may the Almighty preserve him, bless him and his family and loved ones, and keep them strong in His way, ameen. Simply beautiful... masha'Allah...

...Al Fatiha...


iMuslim said...


Masha'Allah. I think this must be a special, taught dua. I remember the imam that lead Witr prayers in the last nights of Ramadan reciting a very similar one; he didn't mention Palestine and other countries though.

Anonymous said...

Thum Ameen!

Farzeen said...


IMuslim, he is reading some du'as that the Prophet (salallahu 'alayhi wa salam) read. I'm not sure if it this is in part a combination of the prophetic du'as that are taught, but there are many compilations of du'as so it may well be one of them... wa Allahu'alim.

Misspecs, nice to see you around :)

Mustafa said...

Assalam 'a laikum, I think the Dua is of the olden times, the times of the Holy Prophet PBUH.
Awesome dua in an awesome tone it is..mashallah.

"Do you think that you will enter the Paradise without such (trials) as came to those who passed away before you? They encountered suffering and adversity and were so shaken in spirit that even the Apostle and those of faith who were with him cried: 'When (will come) the help of God?' Ah! Verily the help of God is (always) near!" [2:214]



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