A Gift for the 27th Night: Ramadan Du`a’ with English Translation


Originally Posted on August 26th, 2011

By Shaykh Muhammad Jebril | Translated by Shazia Ahmad

Many of us spend a good portion of our Ramadan nights with our hands raised in du`a’ (supplication), listening to the heart-felt words of our imam or shaykh calling on Allah in the witr prayer.  For those of us who don’t speak Arabic, it is a time when we often long to understand the meaning of the words being said with such evident intensity and feeling.  It is for this reason that we would like to present a beautiful du`a’ of Shaykh Muhammad Jebril of Cairo, Egypt – said at the completion of his recitation of the Qur’an in Ramadan1 - accompanied by an English translation.

Please remember us in your du`a’s as Ramadan draws to a close.  May Allah help us make the most of these last few precious days and nights of this blessed month.  Ameen.


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Indeed, Allah speaks the truth. Indeed Allah speaks the truth, the One who is unique in His majesty by the perfection of His beauty, glorified and exalted.

He who sent down the clear Criterion (the Qur’an) to His servant ﷺ (peace be upon him) in order to make him a warner to the worlds; He who sent His noble messenger to the two mighty races of jinn and mankind to give glad tidings and to warn; and we are to this (truth) from among those who bear witness.

O Allah, guide us along with those whom You have guided aright; and grant us well-being along with those whom You have granted well-being; and protect us with those whom You have protected. Bless for us all that You have given us; and save us and keep away from us any evil that You have decreed. O Allah, save us and keep away from us any evil that You have decreed. O Allah, save us and keep away from us any evil that You have decreed, for verily You decree in truth, and none can decree over You. And none is abased whom You befriend, and none is honored whom You oppose. Blessed are You, our Lord, Exalted. To You, O Allah, all praise is due for what You have decreed, and to You, O Allah, is due all thanks for Your blessings and bounty. We seek forgiveness from (You) Allah, and we repent to You. We seek forgiveness from Allah, and we repent to You.

We seek forgiveness from You, O Allah, for every sin and every misstep (we have taken), and we turn to You in repentance. We believe in You and rely on You. You are the Rich, the Self-Sufficient and Free of Needs (al-Ghaniyy), and we are poor and bereft before You. You are the Strong (al-Qawiyy), and we are weak and vulnerable before You.

You are the Rich (al-Ghaniyy), and we are poor and bereft before You.  You are the Strong (al-Qawiyy), and we are weak and vulnerable before You.

You are the Rich (al-Ghaniyy), and we are poor and bereft before You.  You are the Strong (al-Qawiyy), and we are weak and vulnerable before You.

O Allah – You who connects with those who are cut off (from hope) – connect us to You.

O Allah, gift us with righteous action from You that will bring us closer to You.

O Allah, conceal (our faults) and protect us while we are on Earth, and when we are beneath the Earth, and on the Day when our deeds are presented to You.  [Repeated three times]

O Allah, beautify our standing before You.

O Allah, do not disappoint us on the Day we are presented before You to be judged. [Repeated three times]

O Allah, accept our prayers, our fasting, our standing in worship, our bowing and our prostration.

O Allah, accept our prayers.  O Allah, accept our fasting.  O Allah, accept our standing in worship.  O Allah, accept our bowing.  O Allah, accept our prostration. [Repeated three times]

O Allah, make us among those who are freed from the Fire this Ramadan. [Repeated three times]

O Allah, save us from the Fire. O Allah, save us from the Fire. O Allah, save us from the Fire. O Allah, protect us from the shame and disgrace of the Fire. O Allah, protect us from any deed that draws us closer to the Fire. O Allah, enter us into Paradise with the righteous, by Your mercy, O You Who is Most Noble (al-`Azeez), Oft-Forgiving (al-Ghaffar).

O Allah, make us, our Lord, in this month of ours, on this day of ours, on this very night, from those who are freed from the Fire, and make us from those who are accepted by You, the successful.

… By Your mercy, O Most Merciful of those who show mercy…

By Your mercy, O Most Merciful of those who show mercy…

By Your mercy, O Allah…

O Master and King (al-Malik), O Allah… O You Who is Sanctified and Pure (al-Quddus), O Allah… O Source and Giver of Peace (as-Salaam), O Allah… O Inspirer of Faith (al-Mu’min), O Allah… O Guardian of All Things (al-Muhaymin), O Allah… O Honorable and Mighty (al-`Azeez), O Allah…O You Who Compels His Servants and Mends the Broken (al-Jabbar), O Allah… O Grand and Majestic (al-Mutakabbir), O Allah… O Creator of All (al-Khaliq), O Allah… O Creator of All, O Allah…

O Maker of Order (al-Baari’), O Allah… O Shaper of Forms (al-Musawwir), O Allah… O Oft-Forgiving (al-Ghaffar), O Allah… O You Who Subdues His Servants (al-Qahhar), O Allah… O Giver of All (al-Wahhab), O Allah… O Sustainer (ar-Razzaq), O Allah… O Opener (al-Fattah), O Allah…

O All-Knowing One (al-`Aleem), O Allah… O You Who Restricts (al-Qaabidh), O Allah… O You Who Expands and Relieves (al-Baasit), O Allah… O You Who Abases (al-Khaafidh), O Allah… O You Who Exalts (ar-Raafi`), O Allah… O Bestower of Honor (al-Mu`izz), O Allah… O You Who Lowers (al-Mudhill), O Allah… O You Who Hears All (as-Sami`), O Allah… O You Who Sees All (al-Baseer), O Allah…

O You Who is the Absolute Judge (al-Hakam), O Allah… O You Who is Absolutely Just (al-‘Adl), O Allah… O Gentle and Subtly Kind (al-Lateef), O Allah… O All-Aware (al-Khabeer), O Allah… O Most Forbearing (al-Haleem), O Allah… O Magnificent (al-`Adheem), O Allah…

O You Who Forgives and Conceals (al-Ghafur), O Allah…  O You Who Appreciates and Rewards Thankfulness (al-Shakur), O Allah… O Knower of All Things (al-‘Aleem), O Allah… O Great One (al-Kabeer), O Allah… O Preserver (al-Hafeedh), O Allah O Nourisher of All Things (al-Muqeet), O Allah… O You Who Calls to Account (al-Haseeb) O Allah…

O Mighty and Majestic (al-Jaleel), O Allah… O Most Generous (al-Kareem), O Allah… O Most Generous, O Allah… O Ever-Watchful (al-Raqeeb), O Allah… O You Who Responds and Answers (al- Mujeeb), O Allah…

O Vast and Omnipotent One (al-Wasi`), O Allah… O Glorious One (al-Majeed), O Allah… O You Who Perceives and Finds (al-Waajid), O Allah… O Unique One (al-Waahid), O Allah… O You Who is Self-Sufficient and Free of Want (as-Samad), O Allah… O You Who is Capable and Strong (al-Qadir), O Allah…

O Creator of All Power (al-Muqtadir), O Allah…  O You Who Brings Forward (al-Muqaddim), O Allah… O You Who Delays (al-Mu’akhir), O Allah… O You Who is the First (al-Awwal), O Allah… O You Who is the First, O Allah… O You Who is the Last (al-Aakhir), O Allah… O You Who is Manifest (adh-Dhahir), O Allah… O You Who is Hidden (al-Batin), O Allah… O Close Protecting Guardian (al-Waaliy), O Allah… O Most High (al-Muta`aliy), O Allah… O Living, Eternal One (al-Hayy), O Allah… O Self-Subsisting One (al-Qayyum), O Allah… O Self-Subsisting One, O Allah… O Nourisher (al-Muqeet), O Allah… O You Who Gives Death (al-Mumeet), O Allah…

O Most Gentle and Gracious Bestower (al-Barr), O Allah… O Ever-Relenting One (at-Tawwab), O Allah… O Avenger (al-Muntaqim), O Allah… O Avenger, O Allah… O You Who Pardons (al-`Affuw), O Allah… O Most Kind (ar-Ra’uf), O Allah… O Most Kind, O Allah…

O Owner of All Sovereignty (Maliku’l Mulk), Lord of Majesty and Honor (Dhu’l Jalali wa’likram), O Allah… O Just and Equitable One (al-Muqsit), O Allah… O Gatherer (al-Jaami`), O Allah… O You Who is Rich and Free of Needs (al-Ghaniy), O Allah… O Enricher (al-Mughni), O Allah… O Witholder (al-Mani`), O Allah… O Distressor (ad-Daar), O Allah… O Guide (al-Haadi), O Allah… O Light (of the heavens and the Earth) (al-Nur), O Allah…

O Originator of All Things (al-Badi`), O Allah… O Infinite and Everlasting (al-Baaqi), O Allah… O Inheritor of All (al-Waarith), O Allah… O Guide to the Right Path (ar-Rasheed), O Allah… O Most Patient (as-Sabur), O Allah…

O Allah… O Allah… O Allah…

O You Whom there is nothing like – the Hearing (al-Sami`), the Seeing (al-Baseer), O Allah.

O You who are the best of protectors and the best of those who give help. Glory be to You. We cannot account for the praises that are due to You; You are as You praise Yourself. Sublime is Your Countenance; Exalted is Your position. You do as You will by Your Power and Ability, and You decree as You want by Your Honor. O Living, Self-Subsisting One (al-Hayy al-Qayum); Originator of the heavens and the Earth; Possessor of Majesty and Honor (Dhu’l-Jalali wa’l-Ikram).

O Allah, beautify us with the beauty of the Qur’an. O Allah, enter us into Paradise by the intercession of the Qur’an. O Allah, ennoble us by the nobility of the Qur’an. O Allah, dress us with the honorable mantle (khil`ah) of the Qur’an. O Allah, dress us with the honorable mantle of the Qur’an. O Allah, honor us with the honor of the Qur’an.

O Allah, have mercy on the entire community of Muhammad ﷺ, by the sanctity of the Qur’an, O Most Merciful (al-Raheem), Loving One (al-Rahman).

O Allah, guide us and lead us to the truth and to the straight path, by the blessings of the magnificent Qur’an; and by the sanctity of the one You have sent as a mercy to all the worlds ﷺ. And forgive us, O Most Generous (al-Kareem), and grant us well being, O Most Merciful (al-Raheem).

O Allah, make the Qu’ran the blossoming spring of our hearts, and the light of our chests, and the dispeller of our sadness and grief. O Allah, make the Qur’an a proof for us, and not a proof against us.

O Allah, make us those who read the Qur’an and become elevated… and do not make us those who read it and become wretched and humiliated.

O Allah, bestow on us, by every letter of the Qur’an (that we have read) a sweetness, and by every word (from its pages) magnanimity and generosity, and by every verse happiness and joy, and by every chapter peace and security, and by every section reward.

O Allah, bless us with contentment, and make beloved to us prayer in congregation, and help us to remember death, Our Lord, in every moment (of our lives).

O Allah… Resurrect us, Our Lord, with the Prophet ﷺ, the Chosen (al-Mustafa), the one to whom you have granted the right of intercession.

O Allah, we seek refuge in You from knowledge that does not benefit; and from a heart that is not humbled in devotion to You; and from an eye that does not weep (out of love and awe of You); from an eye that does not weep; from an eye that does not weep; and from an ego that is never satisfied; and from a supplication that is not heard.

O Allah, we seek refuge in You from knowledge that does not benefit; and from a heart that is not humbled in devotion to You; and from an eye that does not weep (out of love and awe of You); and from an ego that is never satisfied; and from a supplication that is not heard.

O Allah, we seek refuge in You from knowledge that does not benefit; and from action that is not elevated (to the heavens and accepted); and from an eye that does not weep (out of love and awe of You); and from an ego that is never satisfied; and from a supplication that is not heard.

O Allah, we ask you for knowledge that benefits; and for a heart that is humbled in devotion to You; and for a tongue busy with remembering You and expressing gratitude to You; and for actions that are righteous and accepted by You; and for a certainty (in You) that is genuine and true.

O Allah, we seek refuge in You from death and its agonies; and the grave and its distress; and the Sirat and its perils; and the Day of Rising and its terrors. [Repeated three times]

O Allah, make us fearful and conscious of You as if we see You; and grant us happiness through reverence of You (taqwa); and grant us the pleasure of seeing You (in Paradise); and gather us in the company of Your Prophet and Chosen One ﷺ (al-Mustafa). [Repeated three times]

O Allah, grant victory to Islam and honor the Muslims. O Allah raise high, with Your Grace, the two words of truth and religion.  O Allah, destroy the disbelievers who show hostile enmity to You and Your religion.

O Allah, bring the Muslims back to Your religion in a beautiful return (in repentance). [Repeated three times]

O Allah, grant success and victory to those striving in Your cause, wherever they may be. [Repeated three times]

O Allah, grant us success and victory over (the weaknesses of) of our own selves. [Repeated three times]

O Allah, respond to our du`a’, and heal our sick, and have mercy on our dead, and defeat our enemies. Do not disappoint us in our hope (in You); and let the last of our deeds be the best of them.

O Allah, fulfill from our hopes whichever please You; grant authority over our affairs to those who are the best of us, and not to those who are the worst of us.

O Allah, lift Your displeasure and anger from us. O Allah, lift Your displeasure and anger from us. O Allah, lift Your displeasure and anger from us, and do not call us to account for what we have done; and do not hold us accountable for what the foolish among us do; and do not place upon us, due to our sins, an authority who does not fear or revere You and who will not have mercy on us.

O Allah, purify our hearts; divest us of our faults; relieve our worries and troubles; protect us in the best way; and gather for us the best of the hereafter and the best of this life.

O Allah, rectify our condition. O Allah, join together and unite our hearts.

O Allah, allow our end to be concluded with righteous deeds.

O Allah, encompass us in the vastness of Your mercy.

O Allah, avert the harms and evils that concern and trouble us.

O Allah, allow us to pass away with sound faith, (faithful to) the Book and the Sunnah, and in a state in which You are pleased with us, O You Who is the Most Generous (al-Kareem).

O Allah, allow the Qur’an to be our close companion in this life; and in our graves a comforting friend; and a light on the Sirat; and an intercession at the time of resurrection; and our companion in Paradise; and make it a protection and barricade between us and the Hellfire; and a guide and leader to all good works, by Your Grace, O Most Generous of those who show generosity.

O Allah, distance us from our mistakes as You have distanced the East from the West. O Allah, purge our sins from us the way a white cloth is purified from filth; O Allah cleanse us from our sins with the (purity of) water, snow, and hail.

O Allah, You are the Forgiving (al-`Affuw), and You love to forgive, so please forgive us.  O Allah, You are the Forgiving (al-`Affuw), and You love to forgive, so please forgive us. O Allah, You are the Forgiving (al-`Affuw), the Generous (al-Kareem), the Forbearing (al-Haleem), the Great (al-`Adheem), and You love to forgive, so please forgive us.

O Allah, grant us well being and safety; pardon us; accept our deeds; accept us; accept our repentance, and excuse us, by Your loving Grace, O Most Merciful of those who show mercy.

Our Lord, accept from us (our deeds), You are the All-Hearing (as-Sami`), the All-Knowing (al-`Aleem).  Accept our repentance, Our Lord, You are the Oft-relenting (at-Tawwab), The Merciful (ar-Raheem). Forgive us and have mercy upon us, Our Lord, You are the Forgiving (al-Ghafur), the Merciful (ar-Raheem). Save us from sorrow and worry and the greatest distress (of punishment in the Hereafter). Save us from sorrow and worry and the greatest distress (of punishment in the Hereafter).

O Allah, bestow on us the gift of seeing Your Noble Countenance. [Repeated three times]

O Allah, make us from among those who have running beneath them the rivers of Paradise… “Their prayer therein will be, “Glory be to You, O Allah”; and their greeting (to one another) therein is, “Peace.”  And the conclusion of their prayer will be, “Praise be to Allah, the Cherisher and Sustainer of the worlds.” (Qur’an, 10:10)

“Our Lord, condemn us not if we forget or fall into error.  Our Lord, lay not on us a burden like that which you laid on those before us.  Our Lord, lay not on us a burden greater than we have strength to bear.  Pardon us, and grant us forgiveness, and have mercy on us.  You are our Protector.  Help us against those who stand against faith.” (Qur’an, 2:286)

“Our Lord, let not our hearts deviate after You have guided us, and grant us mercy from You; for You art the Grantor of bounties without measure. Our Lord, surely it is You Who will gather mankind together on the Day about which there is no doubt, for verily, Allah never fails in His promise.” (Qur’an, 3:8-9)

“Our Lord, forgive us our sins and anything we may have done that transgressed our duty.  Establish our feet firmly, and help us against those that resist Faith.” (Qur’an, 3:147)

“Our Lord, indeed whoever You admit to the Fire – You have disgraced him, and for the unjust wrongdoers there are no helpers.  Our Lord, indeed we have heard a caller calling to faith, [saying], ‘Believe in your Lord,’ and we have believed. Our Lord, so forgive us our sins and remove from us our misdeeds and cause us to die with the righteous.  Our Lord, and grant us what You promised us through Your messengers and do not disgrace us on the Day of Resurrection. Indeed, You do not fail in [Your] promise.” (Qur’an, 3:192-194)

“In Allah do we put out trust. Our Lord, make us not a trial for those who practice oppression; and save us, by Your mercy, from those who reject You.”  (Qur’an, 10:8-9)

“Our Lord, In You (Alone) we put our trust, and to You (Alone) we turn in repentance, and to You (Alone) is (our) final return.  Our Lord, make us not a test and a trial for the disbelievers, but forgive us, our Lord, for You are the Exalted in might, the Wise.” (Qur’an, 60:4-5)

“Our Lord, forgive us and our brethren who came before us into the faith, and leave not, in our hearts, ill feeling against those who have believed.  Our Lord, You are indeed full of kindness, most merciful.” (Qur’an, 59:10)

O Allah, to You we lovingly submit; and in You we believe; and upon You do we rely. To You we turn (in repentance), and by You we argue (and advocate). Forgive us for what we have sent forth (in deeds) and for what we have held back; for what we have made known, and for what we have hidden; and for (our deeds) which You have more knowledge of than we ourselves.

O Allah, be compassionate with us, for You are the One who shows us mercy. Do not punish us for our sins, for You are the Powerful over us. Be gracious and kind to us, Our Lord, for what has come to pass in our time and place; and (we ask You, O Allah) to conclude our lives for us with a beautiful and joyful ending. 

“Exalted is Your Lord, the Lord of Might and Honor, above what they describe; and peace be on the messengers (of God); and all praise is due to Allah, the Lord and Cherisher of the worlds.” (Qur’an, 37:180-182)

Send peace and blessings, O Allah, on our master Muhammad, and upon his blessed family and noble companions.  Ameen.


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  1. This du`a’ was performed at Masjid Amr ibn al-‘Aas in Cairo, Egypt in Ramadan 1410/1990. Original audio can be found on the shaykh’s official website:  http://www.jebril.com. []
  2. The original du`a’ audio file can be found here. []

92 Comments

  1. Muslema says:

    Baraka Allahu Feekee! This is serious *awesomeness* on another level masha Allah. (that’s 3 tawkeeds btw)

    May Allah (swt) answer all your duas this Ramadan for helping people to make theirs! (Don’t forget me in your duas as well <3)

  2. MT says:

    Salaam.

    Jazaks for this beautiful heart impacting du’a.

    Is it possible to direct me to where I may find the arabic text to this du’a?

    May Allah be pleased with us all!

  3. Khadijah says:

    JazakAllahkhair Shazia! Perfect timing!!!!! InshaAllah I’ll be going there tonight for taraweeh :D

  4. SaqibSaab says:

    This is by far the best Muhammed Jebril du‘a’s, and quite possibly one of the best du‘a’s ever recorded period! I remember my older cousins had this on tape back in the 90s and played it, rewound it, played it again until the tape went all bad. JazakAllahu khairan for this post!

  5. Navroz says:

    JazakAllah Khyrn for posting this and for helping your fellow brothers and sisters in making their duas. May Allah Azza wa Jaal accept your duas, ameen.

  6. Hisham says:

    JazakumAllah khayr.

    SubhanAllah. amazing. Standing in prayer, in the dua following the khatmal Quran, I asked Allah to soften my heart tonight as sincerely as I could (because I can’t understand Arabic very well) and He did so this very night through this amazing du’a and an english translation. Ya Mujeeb, ya Allah… bil-haqq in truth.

    Alhumdulillah.

  7. Abdullah says:

    AMEEN..YA Rabul Alameen Ameen.

    I listened to it all and following along the translation. I ask Allah to accept the du’a for us all. JazakAllahu khaira for posting this du’a. I can’t wait to go to masjid tonight and make long dua with the brothers I.A.

  8. Yasmin says:

    Jazakallah Khair for this sharing this beautiful dua with us. This is just what we needed for the last few blessed nights of Ramadan!

  9. sister says:

    May Allah swt reward you immensely for doing this! it is an amazing gift that you have given us! It has changed my whole perception of dua’a! Jazak Allah Khair Sister!!!!! May Allah swt answer all your dua’s this Ramadan!

  10. Ibtisam says:

    Ameeeeennn!

  11. Aicha says:

    ALLAH Yadjziki el khair my dear sis. This is so beautiful. May ALLAH SWT Reward you and yours infinitely.

  12. Allah's Servant says:

    Jazakh Allah Khair………May Allah reward you… Remember me and my famiy in your duas..

  13. bushra says:

    Jazak Allah khair for sharing..
    is it possible that you post the arabic text of the dua as well..

  14. Ummi says:

    The Iman in my masjid said most of this du’a, and i can only understand a few lines of them, Alhamdulillah, Jazakallah hayr for providing this beautiful du’a, and the audio..Blessed be unto Allah:) Have a blissful last days of Ramadan and happy Eid in advance to whole team on here. Ma’a salam, Ummi

  15. N.J Baloch says:

    Send peace and blessings, O Allah, on our master Muhammad, and upon his blessed family and noble companions. Ameen

    ASALAM O ALEKUM; A Muslim regognizes only ALLAH SUBHANAUWATA’ALAH as Master. Muhammad (PBUH) is
    the Final Messenger of ALLAH SUBHANAWATA’ALAH.

    Send peace and blessings, O ALLAH,on our Prophet
    Muhammad (PBUH),and upon his blessed family and noble
    companions. Ameen

  16. Salam says:

    it would be nice if the arabic text is also available.

  17. Taoheed says:

    Jazakallahu khayran…I’ve been looking for this Qunut for quite a while now. Now I have it for free.

  18. Anam Majeed says:

    subhanallah. shatters the fortress around our hearts.

  19. naveed says:

    salam……….may god accept this dua evertime we read and say ameen………

  20. abdul ghafoor says:

    this is the good for muslam

  21. Aminah says:

    JazakAllah khair everyone who conceived this idea and made it work! Cnt thank you all enough….summa jazakAllah khair sh suhaib Webb n the team of course. What a blessing!

  22. yasmin mogahed says:

    Masha Allah!! May Allah reward you, Shazia! What an amazing effort, subhannAllah.

  23. Josephine says:

    Allahumma Ameen Ya Rabb’al Alamin.
    May Allah (swt) accept from us all the good deeds. Ameen.
    BarakAllahu feeki.
    JazakAllah khairan. Allah hafiz.

  24. Alicia says:

    Amen! May Allah reward you a thousand times for you efforts. subhannAllah
    May Allah answer all of our duas in this Ramadan.

  25. Sis says:

    This is incredible sA, I’ve been listening to this since I was a kid (this particular Sh. Jebril dua’ is the best mA, it never fails to grip my heart) and it’s a Ramadan favorite. But having the translation just brings this to another level…. alhamdulillah. thank you, jazakAllah khair. May Allah swt bless you with te best of this world and the Hereafter!! ameen!

  26. Sister says:

    Jazaki Allahu Khayran a 1000 times!! :D!! Simply amazing.

  27. @aditia_ap says:

    jazaakumuLLAH khayran…shukran jazeelan for providing arabic text also…

  28. Umm Aisha says:

    Assalam Alykum, JazakaAllah khairan for this beautiful dua. I am wondering how can I add it to my mp3? Shukran.

  29. Iram says:

    JazakAllah khairan for arranging & translating this- honestly could not ask for a better gift!

    May Allah SWT reward our Shaykh and you all immensely for your efforts and make this weigh heavily on your scales on the Day of Reckoning, Aameen.

  30. Junaid says:

    Salaam-Alaikum,

    Jazakallah-Khairan for this heart wrenching dua. Is it possible to have this dua in Arabic text as well?

  31. Su says:

    I think I will change Master to Rasul, otherwise amazing Dua. May Allah grant you Jannah for this very deed ameen; granting understanding so we can draw closer to Allah is the ultimate act of charity. JZK

  32. Rais says:

    Can I get the arabic script of this dua? Thanks :)

  33. Soha says:

    This truly was a profound gift. I need 100 more like this; is this type of recitation combined with (good) English translation available anywhere else?

  34. trie says:

    Jazakallahu khoirunkasiron, Insya Allah i always do it

  35. Abdullah Danish says:

    Amazing SubhanAllah! wish I could memorize this all and supplicate like this on all odd nights of Ramadan… JazakAllah to all those who helped post this dua and translate it… Allah accept your efforts..

  36. zulfar says:

    Please re-share this on social media outlets. It’s very beautiful mashallah. May Allah swt reward all those who worked to translate and share. This has been my all inclusive dua since last Ramadan when I originally printed it out and has been on my night stand and used ever since. Especially beneficial to moms who don’t get to attend taraweh and hear the imams’ emotional duas!! JzkiAllahu khair

  37. Abu Sufyaan says:

    Masha’Allah, an amazing dua! Jazak’Allah khair to Sister Shazia Ahmad for her efforts in translating the dua. I have compiled a PDF with the English/Arabic text together which is available @ http://www.scribd.com/doc/102534827, if anyone wishes to download it… Again, all credit to Sr. Shazia for her efforts, I’ve just put the two things together… Wasalaam

    • Shazia says:

      as salaamu alaykum Br. Abu Sufyaan,

      Jazak Allahu khayran for sharing – it really makes it easier to follow along. May Allah bless you for your efforts!

      salaam

      • Mirza says:

        Sister Shazia, Salamun alayk

        I asked this to the brother who compiled arabic/english dua translation to send me the dua since long; Its impossible to download it from scribd without subscription. If you (or anyone reading this) have the pdf kindly send it to my email at mirzasb AT gmail dot com; jazakillah khayr

  38. muslim says:

    is it allowed to have this playing and for you to raise ur hands and say ameen (following along) or do you have to memorize the duaa?

    • Shazia says:

      as salaamu alaykum,

      This is what one of my teachers said:

      Many of our fuqaha’ have said that one does not perform sajda when a verse of sajda is played from a recording. However, I see no harm in saying “ameen” to a recorded du’a. “Ameen” simply means “O Allah, accept [this du'a],” and Allah, the All-Hearing, certainly hears the recorded du’a, and hears you when you say “O Allah, accept this.”

      Wallahu a’lam.

  39. Dana says:

    Masha-Allah. You don’t know how you’ve made my day. BarakAllahu feek

  40. Yusuf says:

    Can we play it and participate in the Dua’? Will it be allowed?

    • Shazia says:

      as salaamu alaykum,

      This is what one of my teachers said. May Allah accept from all of us :)

      “Many of our fuqaha’ have said that one does not perform sajda when a verse of sajda is played from a recording. However, I see no harm in saying “ameen” to a recorded du’a. “Ameen” simply means “O Allah, accept [this du'a],” and Allah, the All-Hearing, certainly hears the recorded du’a, and hears you when you say “O Allah, accept this.”

      Wallahu a’lam.”

  41. masa-allah……………….allah is almighty

    • Shazia says:

      as salaamu alaykum,

      This is what one of my teachers said. May Allah accept from all of us :)

      “Many of our fuqaha’ have said that one does not perform sajda when a verse of sajda is played from a recording. However, I see no harm in saying “ameen” to a recorded du’a. “Ameen” simply means “O Allah, accept [this du'a],” and Allah, the All-Hearing, certainly hears the recorded du’a, and hears you when you say “O Allah, accept this.”

      Wallahu a’lam.”

  42. Haleema says:

    Allah Ho Akbar !! Sister, love you for the sake of Allah.

    Jazaki’Allah KHair for this effort. May Allah SWT Elevate your status in Jannat ul Firdous. Ameen.

  43. marlina says:

    aaamiiiinn ya robbala’laminnn :)

  44. yazen says:

    Ya ustaadh, I have an important question I always have about duas in a gathering. I understand saying ‘aameen’ after a dua, but what is the proper response after hamd and tasbeeh? It sounds like the people in the recording are saying Ya Allah. Is that correct?
    Likewise, when we are told in salatul jum’ah: “udhkur Allah…” do we just do whatever tasbeeh or hamd we see fit?
    Jazaak Allahu khayran.

  45. MIRZA says:

    Sobhanallah,Alhamdulillah.

  46. Kamaruddeen says:

    Assalamu Alaikkum sister Shazia,

    Jazakallah for the translation .

    May He accept our prayers and grant us all the best of both worlds-aameen.

    I pray to Allah to help you remain steadfast

    I pray to Allah to give you success in your efforts.

    Your brother in Faith,

    Kamaruddeen. AP

  47. Daniah Din says:

    Ameen ya Rabb!!

  48. Tabassum says:

    Jazak Allah Khairun

  49. uzma haq says:

    Jazak Allah Khairan……………….a revival

  50. FAROUK UMAR says:

    AMEEN YA RABBI

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