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      Would so meone please enlighten me about " NAAD E ALI"
      As per one of my freinds it is some kind of Duaa, A big one called "BaRi Naad e Ali" and One is Smaal called "chhoti Naad e Ali"

      Please comment

      huway mar k hum jo RUSWA huway kiyN na gharq e darya
      na kabhi janaza uth-ta na kaheen mazaar hota

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      From the website

      http://www.duas.org/duaben.htm

      DU-A'A NAADI ALI

      It is reported through reliable sources that when all the notable companions of the Holy Prophet failed to make headway at Khaybar, Jibrail came with the text of Naadi Ali and asked the Holy Prophet to call Ali through this. The Holy Prophet accordingly recited this divine revelation, and Mawla Ali who was staying at home because of an eye infection, came and conquered the fort of Khaybar.
      Naadi Ali, both large and small, are very affective for all purposes, particularly to overcome enemy, to come through tight situations, to withstand crises, to avoid accidents, and to have freedom from danger.
      It is also recited from sufficient means of livelihood, for prosperity and overall welfare.
      In the battlefield warriors recite Naadi Ali to get better of the attacking opponents.
      To bring an important and urgent task to successful completion recite it 7 times.
      Recite 18 times over a glass of water and drink it to cure any type of disease.
      Before going to meet a person or a group of persons who hold the key to your problem recite it three times, insallah, the outcome will be in your favour.
      Recite it 20 times if you want your debts to repaid within reasonable time.
      Recite it 10 times daily if you are childless and desire to have a child.
      Keep a glass of water in front of you. Recite 5 times and make the expectant mother drink the water. The delivery will be easy and painless.
      A sure protection against enemies and misfortunes if it is written on paper and put on the right arm.


      Here's the translation for the short dua

      http://www.duas.org/nadali.htm

      I found the translation of the long dua here

      http://www.shiachat.com/forum/index....=50038&hl=nade
      Tum Karbala kay baad bhee Syed-Sajjad a.s. ho
      Koi or hota tou khatha Khuda koi nahin hai

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      This beats me, Rasoolullah saw, the highest of all creatures, the closest to Allah more than anyone in universe is calling Ali ra
      Zindagi baooN choti hunni, eski hasdiyaN khediyaN guzaro

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      Quote Originally Posted by Iconoclast
      This beats me, Rasoolullah saw, the highest of all creatures, the closest to Allah more than anyone in universe is calling Ali ra
      Thats why Ali [as] was sent by Allah [swt], but thats the spritual aspect which majority of the people particularly those near to salafism wont understand since they take everything literal.

      If you two (wives of the Prophet SAW, namely 'Aishah and Hafsah radhiallahu'anhu) turn in repentance to Allah, (it will be better for you), your hearts are indeed so inclined (to oppose what the Prophet SAW likes), but if you help one another against him (Muhammad SAW), then verily, Allah is his Maula (Lord, or Master, or Protector, etc.), and Jibrael (Gabriel), and the righteous among the believers, and furthermore, the angels are his helpers.
      Quran 66:4 Translated by Dr. MT Al-Hilali & Dr. MM Khan. V7.9

      The the righteous among the believers refers to Ali [as] according to Tafsir Durr al Manthur by Imam Jalal al Din al Suyuti, Tafsir al Husayni, Kamaluddin Husayn Kashifi and Hayat ul Awliya.

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      ^ how high is the tafsir dur-al-manthur ranked among the tafasirs????

      why do all ur references come from tafsir dur al manthur????
      Both Halal & Haram r evident but between them r doubtful things, most ppl have no knowledge about them. So whoever saves himself from suspicious things saves his religion & honor, & whoever indulges in suspicious things indulges in Haram.

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      The the righteous among the believers refers to Ali [as]
      Funny thing is that "Salihul Momineen" means many people, not one.

      SHAKIR: If you both turn to Allah, then indeed your hearts are already inclined (to this); and if you back up each other against him, then surely Allah it is Who is his Guardian, and Jibreel and -the believers that do good, and the angels after that are the aiders.

      YUSUFALI: If ye two turn in repentance to Him, your hearts are indeed so inclined; But if ye back up each other against him, truly Allah is his Protector, and Gabriel, and (every) righteous one among those who believe,- and furthermore, the angels - will back (him) up

      Tell me what is the spirtuality in Rasooolullah saw who is superior in spirituality and every aspect than Ali ra, to call him.
      Zindagi baooN choti hunni, eski hasdiyaN khediyaN guzaro

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      Quote Originally Posted by little human
      From the website

      http://www.duas.org/duaben.htm

      DU-A'A NAADI ALI

      It is reported through reliable sources that when all the notable companions of the Holy Prophet failed to make headway at Khaybar, Jibrail came with the text of Naadi Ali and asked the Holy Prophet to call Ali through this. The Holy Prophet accordingly recited this divine revelation, and Mawla Ali who was staying at home because of an eye infection, came and conquered the fort of Khaybar.
      Naadi Ali, both large and small, are very affective for all purposes, particularly to overcome enemy, to come through tight situations, to withstand crises, to avoid accidents, and to have freedom from danger.
      It is also recited from sufficient means of livelihood, for prosperity and overall welfare.
      In the battlefield warriors recite Naadi Ali to get better of the attacking opponents.
      To bring an important and urgent task to successful completion recite it 7 times.
      Recite 18 times over a glass of water and drink it to cure any type of disease.
      Before going to meet a person or a group of persons who hold the key to your problem recite it three times, insallah, the outcome will be in your favour.
      Recite it 20 times if you want your debts to repaid within reasonable time.
      Recite it 10 times daily if you are childless and desire to have a child.
      Keep a glass of water in front of you. Recite 5 times and make the expectant mother drink the water. The delivery will be easy and painless.
      A sure protection against enemies and misfortunes if it is written on paper and put on the right arm.


      Here's the translation for the short dua

      http://www.duas.org/nadali.htm

      I found the translation of the long dua here

      http://www.shiachat.com/forum/index....=50038&hl=nade
      Thanks for the reply.

      but what are those RELIABLE SOURCES which gave these infos.
      see the bold words in your post. are you saying that this was sent by ALLAH Subhanhau wataala. as was sent Quraan al kareem??????? STRANGE
      Allahummahadni wa iyyak wa jamee' al muslimeen
      huway mar k hum jo RUSWA huway kiyN na gharq e darya
      na kabhi janaza uth-ta na kaheen mazaar hota

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      You poeple probably wont believe tht i myself has lots of experience about the Dua Naad-e-Ali's power when ever i needed any kind of help from Allah through the Dua. And im still amazed of its power cuz when ever i was in tense i use to read that and in minutes my problem(whatever it was) being solved. It is a one of the best gift for the muslims from God if they understand. Any way i have request to other who dont understand the powers of dua's tht they should'nt blame to any of the muslim before the truth about the thing they knows and without the knowledge. And kindly read the dua for any of your demand and then you can find out the influence of the dua ur self.
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      icono: without commenting on the veracity of the dua's origins, its not so much a question of Ali's spiritual superiority over the Prophet (nauzubillah) but that of Ali's position as the eminent aide (wali).

      the event of khaiber where the gate wasnt being conquered until the Prophet gave the banner to Ali and said I will give the banner to someone whom Allah is pleased with and who is pleased with Allah are pretty well known, also the bit about his eyes, reference here:

      http://www.usc.edu/dept/MSA/fundamen....html#019.4450

      shias deem Ali to be the foremost helper of the Prophet whom the Prophet relied on often, and so that dua fits in that context, not one suggesting a superiority over him.

      All the same, I personally dont believe the dua to be all that authentic, given that it doesnt seem to fit into the Prophet's person (the dua involves him seeking help from himself? ("bi nabuwwatika ya Muhammad"?). But thats my opinion.
      Din-e-Mullah fee sabeelillah fasad (Allama Iqbal)

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      we pray to Allah alone and so did the Prophet PBUH, anyone can make a tafseer based on his beliefs but there is no solid evidence about these duas

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      All the same, I personally dont believe the dua to be all that authentic, given that it doesnt seem to fit into the Prophet's person (the dua involves him seeking help from himself? ("bi nabuwwatika ya Muhammad"?). But thats my opinion.
      [/QUOTE]

      I agree .....

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      Quote Originally Posted by ravage
      All the same, I personally dont believe the dua to be all that authentic, given that it doesnt seem to fit into the Prophet's person (the dua involves him seeking help from himself? ("bi nabuwwatika ya Muhammad"?). But thats my opinion.
      True, the language of Dua does not look that of a leader asking help from his deputy but that of a slave asking help from his master. Adrikni Ya Ali Ya Ali Ya Ali
      Zindagi baooN choti hunni, eski hasdiyaN khediyaN guzaro

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      Naad e Ali is a supplication where u call upon Imam Ali and whatever ur problem is, it will be solved. As Prophet Muhammad has said "I am the knowledge and Ali is the gate". See how close Imam Ali and Prophet Muhammad were for Prophet Muhammad say such a statement?

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      Quote Originally Posted by BOY-NICE
      Thats why Ali [as] was sent by Allah [swt], but thats the spritual aspect which majority of the people particularly those near to salafism wont understand since they take everything literal.

      If you two (wives of the Prophet SAW, namely 'Aishah and Hafsah radhiallahu'anhu) turn in repentance to Allah, (it will be better for you), your hearts are indeed so inclined (to oppose what the Prophet SAW likes), but if you help one another against him (Muhammad SAW), then verily, Allah is his Maula (Lord, or Master, or Protector, etc.), and Jibrael (Gabriel), and the righteous among the believers, and furthermore, the angels are his helpers.
      Quran 66:4 Translated by Dr. MT Al-Hilali & Dr. MM Khan. V7.9

      The the righteous among the believers refers to Ali [as] according to Tafsir Durr al Manthur by Imam Jalal al Din al Suyuti, Tafsir al Husayni, Kamaluddin Husayn Kashifi and Hayat ul Awliya.
      Tafseer is a ordinary human work.... Its not the God's or Prophet's word. Plus its a Shia resourse. I want something out of Shia resourse.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sister_J
      Tafseer is a ordinary human work.... Its not the God's or Prophet's word. Plus its a Shia resourse. I want something out of Shia resourse.
      regardless of any tafseer ...the fact remains that "the righteous amongst the believers" have every right to oppose the wives if they turn against the sunnah of the Prophet(saw).

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      why dont we call Allah directly for help?
      The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he did not exist. And like that... he is gone.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Fraudz
      why dont we call Allah directly for help?
      Who asked you to call Allah indirectly? It is Shia belief let them do what they want. I am not talking about others but I always call Allah for prayers/Duas and give him Wasta of my beloved Prophet (Muhammad e Mustafa):saw:

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      no one asked me to.
      Is this wasta business legit anyways?
      The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he did not exist. And like that... he is gone.

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