Surah Al-Fajr (89) 4/5 - The Power Of Allah

Bismillah Al-Rahman Al-Rahim. This is the fourth lecture in the series of Tafsir of Surat ul-Fajr, and this one is from Verses 21 to 26, for the 16th day of the Holy month of Ramadhan, InshaAllah.

Bismillah Al-Rahman Al-Rahim. Alhamdulillah Rabbil 'Aalameen. Bari' il-khalaa'iqi ajma'een, baa'ith il-anbiyaai wa al-mursaleen. Thumma as-Salatu wa as-salaamu 'ala ashraf al-anbiyaa wa sayyid al-mursaleen, habibi ilaahi al-'alameen, al-Mustafa Abil Qasimi Muhammad [Allahuma salli 'ala Muhammad wa ali Muhammad]. Wa 'ala ahli at tayyibeen, at-tahireen, al-mas'umeen, al-muntajabeen, alladhina adh'aba Allahu 'anhum rijza wa tahharahum tat'heera. [Allahuma salli 'ala Muhammad wa ali Muhammad]. Wa la'natullahi ala adaym ajma'in ila qiyam yawm ad-Din.

Amma ba'ad faqad qaala Allahu Tabaraka wa ta'ala fi kitabihi al-Majeed, wa Qur'anihi al-hameed, wa qawluh ul-haqq. 'A'udhu billahi min al-Shaytan al-rajim. Bismillah Al-Rahman Al-Rahim. “Kalla idha dukkat il-ardu dakkan dakka.” (89:21). “Wa ja'a Rabbuka wa al-malaku saffan saffa.” (89:22). “Wa jee'a Yawma 'idhin bi Jahannam; Yawma 'idhi yatadhakkaru al-insaanu wa anna lahu adh-dhikraa.” (89:23). “Yaqulu ya laitanee qaddamtu li hayati.” (89:24). “Fa Yawma idhin la yu'adhdhibu 'adhaabahooo ahad.” (89:25). “Wa la yuthiqu wathaqahu ahad" (89:26). Sadaqa al-Allahu, al-'Aliyyu, al-'Adheem. Allahuma salli 'ala Muhammad wa ali Muhammad wa ajjal farajahum wa la'n 'ada'ahum.

Dear brothers and sisters, As-salamu 'alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. We are today in the fourth lecture of the series of the Tafsir of Surat Al-Fajr. So far, we've translated up to ayah number 20 of this blessed Surah. And InshaAllah, by this time, you've gained some knowledge about the beauty and the wonder of this great Surah. InshaAllah, this encourages some of the mu'minin to start reciting Surat ul-Fajr in their Salat ul-Fajr. Again, as I mentioned in my first lecture, those of you who don't have it memorized, you can just pick up a copy of the Qur'an in your hand and read it from the Qur'an. In the first rakah, after Surat Al-Fatiha in Salat ul-Fajr. Especially in this Holy month of Ramadhan, where, according to a Hadith, it suggests that every ayah, for every ayah you read in the Holy month of Ramadhan, Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala gives you the ajr of the whole Qur'an, reading the whole Qur'an. So indeed, this Holy month of Ramadhan is the month, as an opportunity to gain so much ajr, so much reward and this in turn, helps us for our spiritual cleansing.

In the last lecture, while we were discussing the birth of Imam Al-Hasan Al-Mujtaba, salawat Allahi wa as-salamu alayh, and how he taught us to implement some of the ayaat that we learnt, number 20 or 15 to 20. About how the human being sometimes perceives the blessings of His Lord as a way that he has achieved the Pleasure of Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala. Or sometimes when Allah deprives this human being from some of these Blessings, he thinks that Allah now, is unhappy with him and that is not the case.

Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala gives the people in this Dunya, but the Giving of Allah is out of his Rahmah, or Rahmanniyyah I should say, His Compassion, His Mercy to His servants, to His creation in this Dunya, but it does not reflect His Pleasure with them. And that's why you'll find some individuals who might rise to power. And they are so far away from the Pleasure of Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala. People like those Umayyad rulers and the Abbasid rulers are just some of the examples.

Then Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala told us that you need to look after the orphans, look after the needy, try to be fair when it comes to inheritance. Try not to love money and power and wealth so much that you become blinded as to where you are attaining this money. Where is it coming from? Make sure you obtain it from its halal, lawful resources. Never oppress anybody in any way, shape or form because it will come back at you. And these ayat now from tonight or from today, they make us reflect about what's truly important in our lives.

I remember brothers and sisters, few years ago, I was invited to give a talk for a marhum, someone who had passed away. His family had requested me to come and give a talk. After giving the talk, the time of Salat came. So we recited the Adhaan and some people got up to pray. Some of the brothers who were in attendance, they did not get up to pray. I'm not talking about one individual or two, no, there was a group of them. I was told this is some of those people who are from the family of the marhum. Which really surprised me, to be honest with you that, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah, these people who are sitting in the Majlis of Fatiha for somebody who is a relative of theirs. He left this Dunya and they are in attendance. Don't they think that one day they will leave Dunya as well? Shouldn't this encourage them to go and pray Salat? Try to make up in their, these remaining days in this Dunya, for what they have missed? Repent to Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala?

That's why it is narrated in Nahjul Balagha that Amir ul-Mu'minin 'alayhi as-salam, Allahuma salli 'ala Muhammad wa ali Muhammad, one day he was in a funeral procession. He was walking behind the Janaza, a marhum, a mayyit and he saw a couple of people talking and laughing. We've seen this happen. I personally have seen this also. At a funeral, we are going to bury some of the mu'minin, you'll find some individuals are talking and they were kind of joking and laughing so Amir ul-Mu'minin, salam Allah alayh, said among, you know, and I'm paraphrasing the words of the Imam, salam Ullah alayh, this is not identical exactly what he said. But the idea behind the essence of what he said was, don't those people think that one day their bodies will be carried? Shouldn't this be more of an encouragement for them to reflect upon their Akhirah, their days that are coming up versus them spending time talking about Dunya, this world and laughing about it?

So these ayaat from Surat ul-Fajr remind us of what is true. Again, I repeat brothers and sisters, what is the purpose of our creation in this Dunya? Why are we here? And the purpose is to attain the Pleasure of Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala. Keep that in mind. Our purpose is to attain the Pleasure of Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala. And that's why in Dunya, we strive towards attaining the Pleasure of Allah, Subhana wa Ta'ala and the Akhirah, we still strive to attain the Pleasure of Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala.

And hence in Surat At-Tawbah when Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala talks about the ajr and the reward for the mu'minin, after talking about gardens and which rivers flow from underneath them and so on, so forth, Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala says "Wa ridwanum min Allahi akbar" (9:72). And the pleasure of Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala is even greater.

So my dear brothers and my dear sisters, this is really the essence of our creation. In these ayaat Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala starts off by saying: “Kalla idha dukkat il-ardu dakkan dakka.” (89:21). So the human being is living in this Dunya, is thinking that this is the be all and the end all. Many times we think that death is never going to come to us.

That's why Amir ul-Mu'minin, 'alayhi as-salam, says, 'I have not seen a certainty that is more denied than death.' It's a certainty, it's something that will definitely happen. Nobody in this world contests to death, whether a believer or a non-believer, mu'min or kafir. Everyone agrees that one day they're going to leave this Dunya because they've seen it so many times, in front of their eyes. Yet Amir ul-Mu'minin 'alayhi as-salam, says despite this, it is still, people deny it.

You know, we walk into funerals and we think this is never going to be us. That's why sometimes I remind the mu'minin when we go to a funeral to bury some of the mu'minin, I tell them 'Take a look at the Qabr, take, take look at this. This is where we are going to be ending up.' Have you seen the sand? And when we put the mayyit there facing the Qibla and we put some sand underneath this cheeks.

These cheeks that were so handsome at some point or so beautiful at some point. Or this individual who for example, God forbid, was not wearing hijab in Dunya, thinking that I will show my beauty. It is narrated that on the Day of Judgment, Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala will question these people. Why didn't you wear the hijab in Dunya when I obligated it? Why didn't you follow my obligation? And some will argue with Allah, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah, they will say 'Ya Allah, because you made me so beautiful.

Wa ayyadhu bi-Llah, God forbid they are trying to put the blame on Allah, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah. Ya'ni it was your fault. You made me beautiful and therefore I didn't wear hijab. Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala will then bring forth Maryam Ibnatu Imran, the mother of Isa 'alayhi as-salam, and He will say 'Look at her, who's more beautiful - her or you?' So the woman would say 'MashaAllah, she's so pretty.' He says 'How come she looked after herself? She put on her hijab. She obeyed me. She was devoted and she submitted to me. What's your excuse now? And then they will have no excuse.

So this beauty is going to be put on the sand and the sand will be put under the cheek. And then they put more sand, bury that individual, khalas. Our lives in Dunya is finished. Are we ready for that time brothers and sisters? There are. Tells Muawiya, I saw Amir ul-Mu'minin Ali ibn Abu Talib in the desert, in the middle of the night where he was doing sujood to Allah and he was in pain as if someone who has been bitten by a snake. In such pain. Amir ul-Mu'minin and he is talking to Dunya and he says 'Ya Dunya, ghurri ghayri - Oh Dunya, go please and fool somebody else other than me. Have you tried, are you trying to appease me or please me, Hayhat! Never. I have divorced you thrice. There is no hope in your return to me again.'

For your life is too short. You are full of dangers and difficulties and problems. And then he says 'Fa innahum rukya qaseer, wa ayshuki haqeer, wa khataruki kabeer.' And your dangers are so magnificent, so great. You're full of calamities, you're full of difficulties, you're dangerous. And then after saying this in the middle of the night, prostrating on the sand, he says 'Aaahhhh'. Aah means woe, ouch, you know when you're in deep pain and you say 'Ouch, aaahh.' He said 'Aaahh.'

'What is he crying for? Ya Amir ul-Mu'minin, what is bothering you? Why are you crying? Why are you in pain? As if someone were bitten by a snake. Ghirrark says he continued saying, as-salamullahi 'alayhi, 'Aahh, min qillat iz-zaad, wa bu'dat at-tareeq, wa mashakkati as-safar.' He says 'Aahh, I'm in pain, aahh, for how little of good I have with me. And how far is the journey?' Usually when you travel, you take enough food with you to suffice you in that journey. He says, I have little provision that will take care of that journey. Amir ul-Mu'minin and he says 'And how far is that journey? How distance, how difficult it is.'

As-salaamu 'alayka Ya Amir ul-Mu'minin. In a few days, InshaAllah, we'll be commemorating his Shahada salamu Allahi 'alayh. But really, it reminds you, brothers and sisters, if Amir ul-Mu'minin is saying 'Aaahh,' in pain. In Surat Al-Insaan, Ahlul Bayt 'alayhimu as-salam , say we are afraid, after feeding the destitute, the orphan, and the prisoner. The next ayah, they say we feed you for the sake of Allah, we don't want, we don't expect a reward from you, not even a gratitude (76:8-9). And then we are afraid of our Lord from a day that is difficult. "Inna nakhaafu mir Rabbina" (76:10). Nakhaf, in fear. If Amir ul-Mu'minin is saying 'Aaahh' salamu Allahi 'alayh, Ahlul Bayt 'alayhimu as-salam , saying 'We are afraid.' Then what about you and I, brothers and sisters? Are we ready for the time when we be leaving this Dunya and going, turning to our Lord? When we will be questioned in the Qabr?

And that's why Imam As-Sajjad Zain ul-Abideen 'alayhi as-salam, in Du'a Abi Hamza ath-Thumali, which I hope you mu'minin pray and read it on the nights of Qadr, as well as the last ten nights of the Holy month of Ramadhan. He says, I cry and why shall I not cry? I cry for the time my soul leaves my body. Abki wa ma lela abki, abki li khuruji nafsi. I cry for the time they put me in the Qabr. I cry for how, I cry for how tight that grave is. I cry for the darkness of that grave. I cry for my resurrection on the Day of Judgment, all alone, looking once to my right, bearing the burden of my sins on my back, looking once to my right and once to my left. Everyone is running after his or her own affairs. This is the reality of our world, brothers and sisters. So we need to prepare ourselves for the Akhirah. In Dunya, Allah gives us blessings. Let's turn these blessings into opportunities to obey Allah and be submissive to Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala to achieve His Pleasure.

So Allah says "Kalla" and it's ayah number 21. Know when the earth is shaken severely “Idha dukkat il-ardhu dakkan dakka.” (89:21). In reference to the Day of Judgment. And then “Wa ja'a Rabbuka wa al-malaku saffan saffa.” (89:22). Here, literally it means 'And your Lord came with the Angels lined up.' Of course, in the School of Ahlul Bayt 'alayhimu as-salam , Ahlul Bayt taught us that we cannot personify Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala. Allah says in the Qur'an there is nothing like Him. So in the School of Ahlul Bayt, we don't believe that Allah physically will come. So what does it mean when Allah says: “Wa ja'a Rabbuka wa al-malaku saffan saffa.” (89:22), it means that Command of your Lord, the Command of your Lord, Allah says will be coming.

For example, Allah says in Surat An-Nahl verse 33, "Hal yandhuroona illa an ta'tiyahumu al-mala'ika aw ya'tiya amru Rabbik." (16:33). Do they not see, do they see that a day come when the Angels will come and the Command of your Lord? So Surat An-Nahl, Ayah 33 helps us understand this ayah. Meaning that when the Command of your Lord, the Order of your Lord comes, Allah is not physical, that he physically comes to, for example, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah, from one place to another place. That's personification of Allah. Allah says there is nothing like Him in the Qur'an. We read in the Qur'an "Wa lam yakun lahu kufuwan ahad" (112:4). There is no match to Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala. So we cannot, He cannot describe Him in human attributes. In this case, He does not come physically. So that's something important.

In some other Schools of Thought, they may have that kind of perception where they say 'No, Allah comes, but He doesn't come the way we come.' You say 'Well, how does he come?' They say 'We shouldn't ask.' Allah has eyes, but not like our eyes. Allah has a hand, but not like our hand. So they give Allah personification, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah, you know, human attributes and we refuse that. In the School of Ahlul Bayt 'alayhimu as-salam, we cannot accept that.

So when the Command of your Lord. So on the Day of Judgment, when the earth shakes and trembles and the Command of your Lord comes and the Angels start to execute the Command of Allah in rows, "Saffan saffaa," they're all lining up. Then: “Wa jee'a Yawma 'idhin bi Jahannam" (89:23). And the Hellfire as brought forth. This tells us that the Hellfire is mobile, somehow they can bring it.

And few nights ago, if you remember, brothers and sisters I gave the Hadith. It was a long Hadith where the Prophet, salla Allahu alayhi wa alihi wa sallam, was not seen smiling. So the people went to Amir ul-Mu'minin 'alayhi as-salam, and told him 'Ya Ali, go see what is the problem with Rasul Allah, he is not smiling, something might be wrong with him.' Interestingly, when the Sahaba see something wrong with Rasul Allah, salla Allahu alayhi wa alih, they go to Amir ul-Mu'minin, salamu Allahi 'alayh, to come so that he comforts Rasul Allah, salla Allahu alayhi wa alih.

So who is the source of comfort Rasul Allah, salla Allahu alayhi wa alih? Who is the one who looks after Rasul Allah sallalahu 'alayhi wa'alihi during the time of Rasul Allah sallalahu 'alayhi wa'alihi? Who did the Sahaba turn to after Rasul Allah sallalahu 'alayhi wa'alihi to go see what is the matter with Rasul Allah sallalahu 'alayhi wa'alihi? So then why is it after Rasul Allah, salla Allahu alayhi wa alih, we go turn to somebody else?

So they turned to Rasul Allah, to Amir ul-Mu'minin. Amir ul-Mu'minin goes to Rasul Allah, salla Allahu alayhi wa alih, hugs him, kisses him, and he says 'May my father and mother be sacrificed for you, Ya Rasul Allah. What is the matter?' He says 'Jibrael came to me with this ayah, “Wa jee'a Yawma 'idhin bi Jahannam" (89:23). He says that on the Day of Judgment, Jahannam will be brought forth. It will have 1000 ropes, each rope will have 100,000 people going and pulling it, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah.

So Jahannam will be brought forth and these, sorry Angels, 100,000 Angels will be pulling onto these ropes. Each 1000 rope, each of the 1000 has a 100,000 Angels. And those Angels are in the state of showing Allah's Anger, Allah's Wrath, with the, with Displeasure, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah, with the disbelievers. So when the people see the fire, they start really getting in shock and they say 'My lord, myself, My lord, myself' so I will stand in between the fire and the people.

Subhana Allah, look at Rasul Allah, salla Allahu alayhi wa alihi wa sallam, and the fire will tell me, 'What are you doing here Ya Muhammad, Ya Rasul Allah? Your flesh is forbidden from me. I cannot touch you. So this is not for you.' And the people will be crying 'My nation, myself, myself,' and I will be crying. Jibra'il told me 'You will be crying Ya Rasul Allah, you will be saying 'Ummati, Ummati' - my nation, my nation.

So Subhana Allah, and this thing will be, the breathing of the fire is so scary, you know, it has shahequn wa zafeer, just like we have exhaling and inhaling. It also has this sound of inhaling and exhaling that is so scary, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah. Things will be scary, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah. So this is what the Hadith suggests, and then the Sirat will be put forward and people will be crossing the Sirat and there will be checkpoints, checkpoint about the Salah, checkpoint about the kin, and then there will be a third checkpoint where Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala, will be at that third checkpoint. And when I say He's will be at there, of course, He's not physical again. He will be judging the people. Maybe He will be looking at the intentions with what you did those actions for.

And people will be over that Sirat or that bridge of Sirat, in difficulty, in pain. Some people will be going quickly, some people will be crawling, some people will be walking, etc, etc, and the fire is underneath them. And some of them will, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah, will be falling into it. So when the people see this, when the human being sees this Jahannam and the state of Akhirah, Allah says "Yawma 'idhi yatadhakkaru al-insaanu" (89:23). On that day, the human being remembers, "wa anna lahu adh-dhikraa.” (89:23). And as if his remembrance would help him, you know, as if it's going to serve him well. No, what's the point at that time? It's too late.

In this Dunya, why would, why, why would he feel regret? What would he say this human being? It would say "“ya laitanee qaddamtu li hayati.” (89:24). I wish I had prepared for my life. Interestingly, the human being refers to this Akhirah as the life. That hayaat ad-Dunya was not the true life. There, it was just a temporary abode. It is here, Allah says in Surat Al- Ankabut, verse number 64, "Wa ma hadhihi al-hayat ud-Dunya illa lahwun wa la'ib" (29:64). This worldly living is not but play and vanity. " Wa inna ad-dar al-akhirah, la hiya al-hayawaan; law kano ya'lamoon" (29:64). And indeed the hereafter is the true life. If they were aware, if they knew of that. So that's why Amir ul-Mu'minin 'alayhi as-salam, says this Dunya should be the farm where you farm, you plant the seeds for your Akhirah. 'Ad Dunya mazra'at ul-akhirah.'

This is the place where the Awliya Allah would do sujood to Allah, would pray to Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala, would seize the opportunity to turn to Allah. Let us not be among those who, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah, will be looking at Jahannam on the Day of Judgment and regretting. Then Allah says: “Fa Yawma idhin" (89:25). On that day, “La yu'adhdhibu 'adhaabahooo ahad.” (89:25), “Wa la yuthiqu wathaqahu ahad" (89:26). On that day, no one is going to spare him from the punishment, he will attain such a severe punishment, and he will be chained like no, none, no one else.

Wa ayyadhu bi-Llah, people will be chained, people will be punished. The Prophet, salla Allahu alayhi wa alih, when he went to the Mi'raj and he saw some of the people being punished in the Hellfire and some of the Ulema, they say this is the Fire of the Barzakh, not the eternal fire. He saw some of the people being punished in that fire, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah. It is said when he returned to the earth, he was never seen smiling afterwards from what he saw, from the punishments.

There are graves made of fire where people, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah are put in these graves. So one has to be careful brothers and sisters, people who backbite, he saw some people who backbite, he saw them eating rotten dead flesh. They would eat it, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah. Allah says "A yuhibbu ahadukum any-yaa'kula lahma akheehi maitan fakarih tumuh?" (49:12). Does one of you like to eat the dead, rotten flesh of his brother? Rather, you hate it. That will be the punishment. You'll be eating dead rotten flesh for doing back biting and gossiping against people in this Dunya, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah. So one has to turn to Allah, ask Allah for forgiveness, remember the Akhirah and not give up hope from Allah's Mercy. Let's do good deeds so that we turn to Allah.

It said that one of the people, in his dream saw Iblis, Shaytan, wa ayyadhu bi-Llah, and he had some chains and ropes. Different colours, and he told him 'What are these for?' He says 'This is what I use sometimes to drag people to sink to disobedience of Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala.' He says 'What is that chain? I see you have some big chain that is been cut into pieces.' He says 'Yes, this chain, I wanted to use it for As-Sheikh Al-Ansari.' Sheikh Murtadha Ansari, ridhwan ul-Lahi Ta'ala 'alayhi, was one of the grand jurists, Faqih, Marja' Taqleed. he died in the year 1864, so more than about, about 150 years ago, more than 150 years ago, buried in the Holy City of Najaf. Ridhwan ul-Lahi Ta'ala 'alayhi, he was a great Alim, a great scholar.

He says 'Tonight, I tried to grab him with this really thick, thick chain to make him, you know, even commit an act that is makrooh, not even haraam.' Makrooh, because sometimes Iblis with the mu'minin, those who are muttaqeen, he'll be happy with the makooh, leave alone haraam. He would be happy with the makrooh. Says 'But I couldn't, he broke the chain.' So the man who saw him in the dream, he said to him, 'What about me? Which one is my rope?' He says 'You, you don't even need a rope. For you, I just signal to you, come like this and you come.' Wa ayyadhu bi-Llah, to commit the haraam.

The next morning, this man goes to As-Sheikh Al-Ansari. He says 'Sheikh, last night I saw a dream but I'm embarrassed of mentioning the dream to you.' He says 'Go ahead, what is it?' He says 'This is what I saw.' Sheikh Al-Ansari smiled, he said 'It's true. Last night we did not have dinner. My family did not have food. So I had some money that was huqooq, it means Sihm al-Imam. So I thought, I made a niyyah that I'm going to borrow from Sihm al-Imam, I'll buy some food for my family and then InshaAllah, when I get some money, I will return this money.' So I went there to grab a loan from Sihm al-Imam. This was his niyyah. This is not haraam. He is the Marja' at-Taqleed, so he can give himself that permission. But he thought to himself, he says 'I thought to myself for a second. Wait a minute, what if I die before returning this money? Then I will have this money on my neck on the Day of Judgment. No.' So I put the money back.

So Iblis tried to make him do something that is makrooh, not even haraam, he was ok. And he had used these big, big chains, and yet he failed. Because As-Sheikh Al-Ansari is an example of those who when the Shaytan comes to roam around them, they say 'A'udhu billahi min al-shaytan al-rajim. So recite this Du'a 10 times after Salat ul-Fajr, which is found in Mafatih ul-Jinaan. 'A'udhu bil-Lahi al-Samee'i al-'Aleem, min hamazaati ash-shayateen, wa a'udhu bika Rabbi an yahduroon. 'A'udhu bil-Lahi al-Samee'i al-'Aleem, min hamazaati ash-shayateen, wa a'udhu bika Rabbi an yahduroon. . 'A'udhu bil-Lahi ... and so on and so forth, 10 times. It is found in Mafatih ul-Jinaan, after the Du'as of Salat ul-Fajr. You should say this 10 times after Salat ul-Fajr and 10 times before sunset.

May Allah keep Shaytan away from us. May Allah make us among the mu'minin so that we attain the Pleasure of Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala. Raise your hands, brothers and sisters, may Allah Subhana wa Ta'ala forgive our sins, accept our deeds and grant us the Shafa'a of Muhammad wa ali Muhammad.

A'udhu billahi min al-Shaytan al-rajim. Bismillah Al-Rahman Al-Rahim. “Amman yujibu al-mudtarra idha da‘ahu wa yakshifu us-su’u”. “Amman yujibu al-mudtarra idha da‘ahu wa yakshifu us-su’u”. “Amman yujibu al-mudtarra idha da‘ahu wa yakshifu us-su’u”. “Amman yujibu al-mudtarra idha da‘ahu wa yakshifu us-su’u”. “Amman yujibu al-mudtarra idha da‘ahu wa yakshifu us-su’u” (27:62).

Oh Allah accept our A'maal, forgive us. Ya Allah, free us from the Hellfire, bi haqqi Muhammad wa Aali Muhammad. For the arwha of all mu'minin and mu'minaat especially our marhumeen. Oh Allah, hasten the reappearance of our Imam, ajal Allahu ta'ala farajahu ash-Sharif, and for the arwha of all marhumeen and the shu'ada, the 'ulama, RahimAllahu man yakra'u Surah al-mubaraka al-Fatiha ma'a Salawaat. Allahuma salli 'ala Muhammad wa 'Aali Muhammad. Wa as-salamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh.