What time is it?

13 Sep

Ramdhan time, receiting quran to max.          
celebration.
What time is it?
fasting time.
Come on come on,
screem and shout!

A collection of prayers/supplications (duas) for everyone, welcoming Ramadan:
Oh Allah  please have Mercy on all the Muslimeen, and guide them. Guide me O Allah, and guide my parents, my siblings, my cousins, my aunts and uncles, my nephews and nieces and so forth.

 O Allaah, please forgive me for all of the bad that I’ve done, and I continue to do. You are so Merciful and kind, please forgive me, and help me stay away from all that’s wrong. It’s so hard for me, and I’m so weak but You are the Strong. Please increase all muslims across the globe and me in sincerity.

O Allaah, I beg You, please guide my parents and my brothers toward You. Do not let them die without realizing who their Lord is. Let them see the truth and help them resist the pressure of friends who try to turn them away from You.

O Allaah, save humanity from being its own enemy. Protect Your creation from oppression. Save the people of Afghanistan, Palestine, Kashmir, Chechnya and Iraq, Iran and our beloved Pakistan from internal and external oppressors and give them justice. Protect us all from violence, fear and danger, You are our Protector.

Ya Allaah, let me love You as You deserved to be loved, and let me fear You as You deserve to be feared, and let me leave this world serving Your creation for Your sake.

O Allaah, bless our scholars and leaders who are striving to establish Islaam in this world on the balanced path of Your beloved Prophet(saws).

O Allaah, please guide us all. We are surrounded by so much temptation and Haram, protect us  my Lord from all of the evil influences that are arounding us. Give us friends who will strengthen our faith and help us stay on the Straight Path.

O Allah! Let us be satisfied with the Halaal (permissible) and dispense with the Haraam (not permissible).

Ameeeeeeeen! sum-ameen.

so, make sure you take full advantage of this Holy month of Ramadan. And don’t forget your freinds and family, fellow citizens, muslims across the globe and all those who have passed away.
Wish you a happy Ramadhan.

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One Response to “What time is it?”

  1. Shahrzad September 17, 2007 at 9:50 PM #

    Ameen.. Ramadan Karim, Mubarak and happy to you too.. 🙂

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