Scanned copy of Naad e ‘Ali a.s. that you can get from Ajmer Shareef India.

Naad e Ali recited by Daughter of Sister Anila zaidi

NAAD-E-ALI (From ahle Sunnat jamat)


1. For the biggest of problems, read 41 times every day.

2. To attain anything you want, read 66 times daily till you attain your goal.

3. If a person is very ill and Doctors even give up hope, then read 7 times on rain water and give the patient to drink till he or she feels better.

4. If you feel that someone is being attacked by jin or bad Asar etc read 15 times and blow on water. Sprinkle water on face of person.

5. If you are in a very bad situation and difficulty, make fresh ghusl and wudhu and read 1000 times.

6. If you send somebody out for something to anyone and you need a good reply, then read three times and blow in the persons ear. He will return with good news.

7. If some one is arrested or charged, then he should read daily forty times till name is cleared.

8. If you are waiting for a reply to a letter or application etc. then read face the direction of the place from where you are awaiting a reply before Esha salaah and read this 65 times.

9. For barkat in wealth and to attain from the Unseen Treasures of Allah, read it 91 times daily before Fajr Salaah. (Do not leave for the rest of your life)

It is also better for this amal to sit on the same musalla and the same time everyday.

10. To make an enemy or evil competitor obedient, read 18 times for three days, thinking of him in ones mind.

11. To see the Beloved Rasool (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam), make fresh wudhu and ghusl. After Esha, read 100 times Durood, then 500 times Naad-e-Ali Shareef, and once again one hundred Durood Shareef. Then go to sleep with wudhu. Insha Allah if you are sincere, you shall see Rasoolullah (sallal laahu alaihi wasallam).

Origin Of Nara E Haideri from ahlae sunnat source

86 thoughts on “NAAD-E-ALI

  1. Your work is highly appreciatable. But another point is that these things should not be published on internet because these Wazaif must be kept away from Jahileen and non-muslims and people who are not aware of Ali’s level. This is the view of almost all Buzurgan-e-Deen.


    • salam,may problem is that,my feyanci is n england he come not back since 4 year,tha reason of visa.and can not over get marraying ,he always fight wd me,i m very in tension.plz tell me any wazifa and solve these problem


    • Salaam Sunera my name is syed hilal khalid and i belong to Sunni community, me too was in the same doubt that can we recite this or not but as you can see the source of Naad e Ali above is from sunni jamat which means that sunni can also read this.


    • Of course you can. Ali is for EVERYBODY. just recite with a true, clean heart. Remember how Ali came to the Prophet’s call after Angel Jibrael spoke to Him? Ali is ONE and for ALL. Go in Peace. Inshallah all will go well for you.


      • maidane karbala me jang k dauran hazrate Imame husain apni bahen hazrate Sakeena se mana farmaya k seena mat peetna, baal mat kholna aur choori mat todna. Lekin shia log ye sab karte hai jo ki haram hai aur haram kaam ko halaal samajh kar karna kufr hai. So Shia is kafir.


    • salam,
      agar matam karna mana hota to Rasoolallah (S.a.w.w.s).. kyu apne chacha(hazarat-e-hamza) ki shahadat pe roye aur soog manaya the.. agar aysa hota to rasoolallah (s.a.w.w.s) ye amal na baja late..


      • To Tanzeem raza
        A kafir is one who does not believe in God (Allah) a non muslim whatever his religion believe in God are never kafir. Koran says kafir are those who create a partner or shirk for God. In Koran what is haram: to drink alchohol, to eat pork, to eat flesh of animal that has been strangled to death, please read your Koran and find more about what is haram. So my dear friend if you mourn for your loved one in any manner is not haram nor you can be called KAFIR.


  2. what was prophet mohammed’s sect. was he shia or sunni. in original islam, was there any sect like shia or sunni. why some advertisements preclude sunni muslims marry a shia girl vice versa?


    • Salaam friend as per my knowledge Prophet Mohammad (MPBUH) was simply muslim and there was no sect divided at that time. It was all much later after him when these sects were made by us.


    • Ovais bhai NAAD-E-ALI ki urdu meanings yah hy
      “Ajaib-e- KHUDA k jalwa bardar Hazrat ALI (A.s) ko zra pukaro tu sahi, tum har museebat aur hr bala men un ko apna mushkil kusha pao ge.TujHe teri bey panah “AZMATON” ka wasta ay ALLAH,
      Ap ko ap k wasi ki “NABUWAT” ka wasta hy ay MUHAMMAD (S.A.W.W) aur Hazrat ALI aap ki “WILAYAT” k sadqay men tamam ranjo gham aur museebtain dafah farmaye aur hmari khbr geeri kijiye.
      Ya ALI
      Ya ALI
      Ya ALI


    • its not shia,s creation i,m suuni and also belived on Naade Ali why r u creating division in suuni and shia we,r all just muslim just creation of Allah And Follwer Of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH)


      • Thanks brother , Thats was very nice of you ! I am shia and some sunni friends have abused me that im kafir just because i am shia , i said to them , ei hello this is what is your beleive! I pray to the same Allah , I recite the same Quran e shariff , and what else .. i do the same eating , watching , and my life is just like a Muslim beleiver . I dont associate with anyone other than Allah. So why do they accuse me ? It makes me feel very insultive.


    • Please do not say this again. It is people like YOU who cause the rift and bloodshed between the two sides. Allah is ONE, Islam is ONE. Ali is for EVERY true believer.


  3. salam, hilal, what you said is 100% right. we all are muslims and follow Holy prophet muhammad (s.a.w) only. After his wafaat some hypoctites, changed his declarations and instructions and started to follow other worldly people, rulers made by them only and made so many different sects.
    Those who follow all the instructions, Declarations, Hidayat aur aelaan are Muslims other wise Hypocrites.




  5. ussalam alikom


  6. Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem

    Alhamdolillahe Rabbil A’alameen!

    Guys, The sect of shian e Ali is basically the true sunni. We follow the instructions and the guidelines of Prophet Mohammad PBUP.

    We believe in one GOD, 124,000 Prophets came to spread the message of Islam and Hazrat Mohammad Mustafa SAW was our last prophet.

    In Da’wat E Dhul Asheera, Mohammad PBUP categorically stated that whoever will support me today will be my “Wasi aur Naeb”.

    Hazrat Ali Alehis Salam at he age of 11, stood up and said, I confirm your Prophet hood and I am with you Ya Rasool Allah and Mohammad PBUP instantly announced in the gathering that from Now on Ali is my “Wasi and Naeb”.

    In his life he said,

    Ali Ma’al Haq wa Haq Ma’al Ali,

    Ali Ma’al Quran wa Quaran Ma’al Ali, ‘

    Ana Madimatul Ilm wa Aliyyun Babuha’.

    Hussaino Minni wa ana minal Hussain.

    We also believe that whatever the prophet said was never from his own will and never tried to impose his own self or his feelings.

    Now my question is why do we not accept that Ali was better than our 3 caliphs and we actually snatched khilafat from ALI after the demise of the Holy Prophet PBUH

    Mohammad even in the last Hajj Sermon, Said that ‘Mun Kuntu Maula fahaza Aliyyun Maula’. And I am leaving 2 things among you, Quran and Itrati (means Ahl-e-Bait) then why did we not chose Ali as Prophet Successor.

    At the time of demise of Prophet Mohammad, he asked for pen and paper, and said, I will write something that will help you to stay away from problems then Hazrat Umer did not give him any paper and pen and said, no Ya Rasool Allah, Quran is enough for us.

    Why did it go to Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique Razi Allah Tala Anho, Hazrat Umar Farooq Razi Allah Tala Anho and Hazrat Usman e Ghani Razi Allah Tala Anho?

    Ali was better than the 3 caliphs in knowledge, bravery, Hikmat, Ibadat and Decisions which our caliphs also confessed many times and its there in Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim and other books. Hazrat Aboobakr said quoting Prophet Mohammad PBUH, that Looking at Ali’s face is Ibadat. Hazrat Umar said, Ali na hotey to umar Halak hojata, Hazrat Usman said, Ali se behter koi faisla sarey arab mei nahi kar sakta. Even the 3 caliphs were admitting the importance of Ali and it is available in all the sunni books.

    Are we not going against the will of Prophet Mohammad PBUP and giving all the reasons to prove our point right?

    Atleast we can stop fighting and start working on ‘Ittehad E Bainal Muslimeen’. When God says, Wa Aatasemo Behablillahe Jameyyun wala Tafaraqo. And I think after my research, I found that Hablillah is Quran, The Holy Prophet and His Itrat as he said.

    So we are true sunni.

    Please do some research before you prove me wrong or accept that what I am saying is right.


    • Rasool Allah SAW was ummi, how could he ask for pen and paper to write? Please refrain from giving false information here. A lot of false ahadith have been propagated by certain mislead people to suit their own preferred orientation.


  7. tajidahoo(n) ‘awnaan laka fee in’nawaa’ib
    ? ? to you in your ?

    Who can translate the words word by word, please? I need to know the exact meaning of each word and its root if possible.

    Many thanks to the arabic scholars amongst you.

    Mohamed – email me directly at gee em jiwa atta yahco uk


  8. sachai ka andaza hey
    shehar-e-ilm ka darwaza hey
    jo bhi chaho mil jaye ga
    jo bhi chaho mil jaye ga
    aisa hey dil-dar sakhi
    0 aisa hey dil-dar sakhi

    Ali Ali Ali Dum Ali Ali
    Ali Ali Ali Haq Ali Ali Ali

    Nad-e-ALI parho Nad-E-Ali


  9. mery liye dua karn k mere shadi toot rahi kuda k liye ap sab duaa karen k wo na tooty hum dono ek dosry ko buhat pyar karty hain plz mery liye dua karen


  10. To all those who are asking about whether Sunnis can recite Naad e Ali are entirely missing the point. The basic approach of the Sunnis is love and respect for all who were dear to the prophet who in turn is the beloved of Allah Almighty. That includes his family, his companions who sided with him against a hostile community, his disciples etc. Looking down upon something or someone beloved to the prophet (PBUH) is the typical hallmark of Shia not ours.
    Hazrat Ali deserves all our love and respect on the basis of his bravery, love for the prophet and amazing knowledge which astounds an individual’s mind even today. He doesn’t need to be accorded divine status or the other misguided crap like being born in the kaaba that shias associate with him. Its time to reclaim the Ali we know and love from the shirk that shia associate with him. So bring on all the Naad e Alis. We should not let Ali’s great legacy become the sole property of misguided Shias. No amount of tribute can do justice to a person of Ali’s calibre


  11. salam bhaioo dekho maula ALI ke shan hum jaisey jahil zyada tu nahi jantey likn aik zinda misal ye ke 14 wein ki chand ghawer sey dekho Maula ALI ka naam saaf zahir likha hai ye oon sab jaheelin kilie aik zinda misal hai jo maula ALI k shan mai gostahee kertey hain


  12. Salam to all my brothers and sisters well just one question and if we take that serious then we will sure find the truth i would like to ask the schollers of muslim who ever read this please tell me about Bagh-e-fidhak which was belongs to prophet after his wafat who took that and how please name the people who took that from prophet doughter if you really keep faith in Allaha.


  13. Salaam,

    Mere liye dua karen, ke har bar mujhe jo bhi pasand karta hai dilon jaan se, bad mein mukar jata hai, kisi na kisi wajah se.
    Is Baar maine ek ladke ko pasand kia, use bhi mujhe pasand kia…lekin ab wo mukar raha hai…
    Maine Nade Ali padna shuru kiya hai…
    Mere liye dua kijiye….Aap sabhi ke duaoon ki zaroorat hai
    Allah Hafiz…


  14. Mumtaz zaidi, I think you are forgeting onething that huzur was ummi and your saying that hazratumar resisted huzur(saws)is totally baseless.Of course there many hadees regarding Ali(R).I advise you to read what Ali(R)has to say about hazrat umar,hazrat abu baker.


  15. Mumtaz zaidi, I think you are forgeting onething that huzur was ummi and your saying that hazratumar resisting huzur(saws)from writting is totally baseless.Of course there many hadees regarding Ali(R).I advise you to read what Ali(R)has to say about hazrat umar,hazrat abu baker. It was generosity that they valued each other highly as far as hazrat umar’s status is concerned his name was mentioned in taurat.he was reffered as kufl e jahannam the one who resist people from going to hell.I appreciate your love for hazrat Ali but the love at the expense of jealousy and disregard toward other khalifa will land you in hell.


  16. asalamo alikum! hope u ll b ok. sir i hv a problem regarding my marriage. about two year ago i committed vd my cousin our parents were happy for us but he died in a car accident. now my parents wants me to get married soon to someone else. but i m facing the problem of getting appropriate ristha. my parents are in pain just bcz of me i can see tears in their eyes no one can even imagine how hard it is when u find tht u r cause of ur parents pain. i really feel guilty i don’t know wht to do. plz suggest me dua i really need ur prayers ….


  17. Salam Younis sab
    yeh kya zulm kar diya aap ney .
    Hazrat kam se kam Pura Quran jin k qalab mein utara ja chuka hey jo Allah k roh ba roh mulakat ka sharaf rakhty hein jin ko os zaat-e-muqadas ney khud parha liya hey kam se kam onko ummi na kahein han

    wahi sy pehly tak to maneny ki bat ho sakti hey

    hazrat khuda rah thora ghaur kijiye jinhon ney insaniyat ko mairaj bakhshi aur is zamany ko un ginat kirdar (shahaba aur aaima karam) tarbiyat kar k diye onhein ummi na kahiye.
    jin ki shafqat aur tarbiyat sy naqabal e faramosh imamtien aur khilaftien palein onhein ummi na kahiye


  18. Auzu Billaahi Minash Shaitaanir Rajim
    Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem
    Assalaatu Wassalaamu Alayka Ya Rasoolallah Sallal Laahu Ta’ala Alayhi Wa Aalihi Wa Sallam
    Assalaamu Alaykum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakaatuhu

    I am from Ahle Sunnat Wa Jama’at and Nad e Ali is permissible for sunnis to recite

    whilst I personally recite this one and it is….. 😎 😎 😎 .Masha Allah superb 🙂

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    Nadi Aliyam Mazharal Ajaa Ebi Tajid Ho Ow Nala Ka Fina Wa Ebi Kullo Hamiv Wa Gamin Sa Yanjali Bi Azmaatika Yaa Allahu Wa Bi Nubuvatika Ya Muhammadu Wa Bi wala Yatika Ya Aliyo Ya Aliyo Ya Ali.


  19. SALAAM.



    • wassalam.
      Naad-E–Ali is not calling to Allah.It is the call to Ali(A.S.) For help…Our beloved Prophet (pbuh) had called him in the Jung-E-khaibar reciting the same as Maula was not present due to his illness…It is said before even Prophet completed the recitations of Naad-E-Ali ,Maula ALI(a.s.) had appeared..


  20. i am really impressed mollah give you all thing before you think…its a very greatfull dua and usefull for every one who is a very hard beliver…








  23. kuch loge likhte hai ki quran me khan rone ko khaa hai.hamare matam karne per sawal karte hai.are quran ko rratne walo quran ko ratto mat samjho..her ak aayat tumhe bata degi.
    arre adam rote hai apne lal per.Aur lalat bhejte hai apne us aulad per jo saitan ban gaya.ROte hai yakub jaro binai aa jati hai.arre na jane kitne nabiyo no roker tume bataya.


  24. Complete Khutba of Prophet Mohammad(sawaw) on Eid-e-Ghadeer


    (10 A.H./632 A.D.)

    Non-Muslims who like to attack Islam accuse the Prophet of Islam of having neglected to name his successor, not knowing that he actually did exactly so in accordance with the Divine order which he had received on Thul-Hijja 17, 10 A.H./March 18, 632 A.D., annou…ncing the name of his successor the very next day, and here are the details:

    In 10 A.H./632 A.D., immediately following Hijjatul-Wada’ (the Farewell Pilgrimage, the last pilgrimage performed by Prophet Mohammed), a divine order was revealed to the Prophet to convey the remaining Islamic tenets: the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and the Imamate of the Twelve Infallible Imams. The Prophet called upon the faithful to accompany him on his last pilgrimage; he knew that it would be his last and that he would soon have to leave this temporary abode for the eternal one. More than one hundred and twenty thousand Muslims responded to his call.

    The Prophet and his company put on the ihram garbs at the appropriate time at Masjid al-Shajara, a short distance from Mecca, his birthplace, which he entered on Thul-Hijja 5, 10 A.H./March 6, 632 A.D. The Prophet’s call reached Yemen where’ Ali ibn Abu Talib was acting as his representative. Twelve thousand Yemenite pilgrims came out headed by’ Ali in response to the Prophet’s call to accompany him on his historic Pilgrimage, bringing the total number of those early pilgrims to more than one hundred and thirty-two thousand.

    The Islamic pilgrimage starts in the month of Thul-Hijja (month of the pilgrimage), the last Islamic lunar calendar month, and continues for at least ten days. First, each pilgrim dons a special garb called ihram; males’ ihram consists of two white sheets or towels covering the upper and lower parts of the body, whereas females wear a full white cotton outfit, simple and modest. This ihram reminds the pilgrim of his/her death and of the

    equality of all before God. All pilgrims perform the same rituals; none receives any favourable treatment or distinction on account of his status, power, or wealth. The pilgrimage starts by the tawaf the circling of the Ka’ba seven times. The Ka’bais identified in Islamic literature as an earthly counterpart to the Almighty’s Throne (‘ Arsh) in heaven where the angels circle it in adoration. Likewise, in imitation of those angels, Muslim pilgrims circle the Ka’ba in adoration of their Lord. The tawaf is followed by the sa’i: the pilgrims run back and forth seven times between the -Safa and the Marwa in commemoration of Hagar (Hajar), mother of Ishmael, frantically searching for water for her newborn son Ishmael. After that, the pilgrims drink of the well of Zamzam which had appeared miraculously for Hagar and Ishmael, wash with it or use it to make ablution for prayers at the Ka’ba but never to use it in the toilet; Zamzam is too sacred for such an application. Then the pilgrims leave Mecca for Muzdalifa, ‘Arafa, and finally Mina to perform certain rites which fall outside the scope of this book which is intended to be a historical account of the Prophet of Islam, not one of fiqh. The author is a writer, a researcher, someone who, according to a friend of mine, “insists on finding out who the foundling’s father is!” But he is not a faqih. Now let us go back to our original story after having cast a glimpse at the rite of the pilgrimage in Islam.

    It was at’ Arafa that the divine command was received by Prophet Muhammad to appoint ‘Ali as “Ameerul-Mo’mineen,” the Commander of the Faithful, title of the bearer of the highest temporal and religious powers in the Islamic State, one reserved solely for caliphs, those who are supposed to be the most knowledgeable of all people of secular and religious problems and of how to solve them. Muhammad was also ordered to convey to’ Ali the knowledge which the Almighty had bestowed upon him so that it would not be lost once he is dead. In Mina, the Prophet delivered two sermons in preparation of the great announcement to come. In the first, he referred to’ Ali’s caliphate and reminded the audience of one particular hadith which he had conveyed to them on various occasions and which is identified in books of hadith as ” hadith al-thaqa-lain,” tradition of the two weighty things (the first being the Holy Quran and the second being the Prophet’s Progeny, the” Ahl al-Bayt” mentioned in verse 33 of Chapter 33 [al-Ahzab] of the Holy Qur’an). He delivered his second sermon at Masjid al-Khaif, also located in Mina in the Meccan valley. In it, the Prophet reminded his audience of’ Ali’s Imamate, emphasizing the necessity of disseminating the contents of his sermon, announcing that those present were duty-bound to convey it to those who were absent. In both of these sermons, the Prophet publicly vested upon’ Ali both powers referred to above.

    As soon as the rituals of the pilgrimage were completed, and to be exact on Thul-Hijja 17, 10 A.H./March 18, 632 A.D., the divine order came to the Prophet embedded in verse 67 of Chapter 5 (a1-Ma’ida) quoted in the text of the Prophet’s sermon to follow. The Prophet immediately ordered Bilal ibn Rabah, his caller to prayers and one of his faithful sahaba, to convey the following order to the faithful: “Tomorrow, nobody should lag

    behind but should go to Ghadir Khumm.”

    The word “ghadir” means “swamp,” an area where rain water gathers to form a shallow lake. Ghadir Khumm is located near the crossroads of trade and pilgrimage caravans coming from Medina, Egypt, Iraq, Syria, and Nejd on their way to Mecca. The presence of water and a few old trees there served as a resting place for trade caravans for centuries. A mosque, called Masjid al-Ghadir, was later built on the same spot where

    the great gathering took place to commemorate that momentous event, an event which has unfortunately been forgotten by the vast majority of the Muslims who, by thus forgetting, forgot the most important part of their creed, one without which their faith is not complete at all according to the Prophet’s sermon to follow and according to the text of the Holy Qur’an…

    The announcement conveyed by Bilal was transmitted by one person to another till it reached as far as Mecca proper, and people were wondering about what it could be. They had expected the Prophet to linger a little bit longer at Mecca where the pilgrims could meet him and ask him whatever questions they had about this new institution called “hajj” and about other religious matters.

    In the morning of the next day, Thul-1:1ijja 18, 10 A.H./March 19, 632A.D., the Prophet and his 120,000 companions went to Ghadir Khumm, and so did’ Ali with his 12,000 Yemenite pilgrims who had to change their route to the north instead of to the south where they would be home-bound. The Prophet also issued an order to four of his closest sahaba, namely Selman-al-Farisi, Abu Tharr al-Ghifari, Miqdad ibn al-Aswad al-Kindi and’ Ammar ibn yasir, with whom the reader is already familiar, to clear the area where the old trees stood, to uproot the thorn bushes, collect the rocks and stones, and to clean the place and sprinkle it with water. Then these men took a piece of cloth which they tied between two of those trees, thus providing some shade. The Prophet told those sahaba that a ceremony that would last for three continuous days would be held in that area. Then the same men piled the rocks on top of each other and made a makeshift pulpit over them of camel litters as high as the Prophet’s own length. They put another piece of cloth on the pulpit which was installed in the middle of the crowd, giving the Prophet an overview of the whole gathering. A man was selected to repeat loudly what the Prophet was saying so that those who stood the furthermost would not miss a word.

    The athan for the noon prayers was recited, and the congregational (jama ‘a) prayers were led by the Prophet. After that, the Prophet ascended the pulpit and signaled to’ Ali ibn Abu Talib to stand on his right. ‘ Ali did so, standing one pulpit step below the Prophet. Before saying anything, the Prophet looked right and left to make sure that people were prepared to listen to every word of his. The sun was so hot that people had to pull some of their outer mantles over their heads and under their feet in order to be able to somehow tolerate the heat. Finally the Prophet delivered his historic sermon which he intended, as the reader will see, to be not only for the assembled crowd but for all those who were not present at that gathering and for all their offspring, one generation after another, till the Day of Judgment.

    Here is the text of the Prophet’s sermon. We hope it will bring the reader guidance in the life of this world and happiness and success in the life to come through the intercession of Muhammad, the one loved most by Allah, peace and blessings of the Almighty be upon him, his progeny, and true companions who obeyed him during his lifetime and after his demise and who did not forget or pretend to forget his following khutba:


    There is a humble translation of the Prophet’s historic Ghadir Khumm sermon. The reader can review the original Arabic text included in this book.

    All Praise is due to Allah Who is Exalted in His Unity, Near in His Uniqueness, Sublime in His Authority, Magnanimous in His Dominance. He knows everything; He subdues all creation through His might and evidence. He is Praised always and forever, Glorified and has no end. He begins and He repeats, and to Him every matter is referred.

    Allah is the Creator of everything; He dominates with His power the earth and the heavens. Holy, He is, and Praised, the Lord of the angels and of the spirits. His favours overwhelm whatever He creates, and He is the Mighty over whatever He initiates. He observes all eyes while no eye can observe Him. He is Generous, Clement, Patient. His mercy encompasses everything, and so is His giving. He never rushes His revenge, nor does He hasten the retribution they deserve. He comprehends what the breast conceals and what the conscience hides. No inner I thought can be concealed from Him, nor does He confuse one with another. He encompasses everything, dominates everything, and subdues everything. Nothing is like Him. He initiates the creation from nothing; He is everlasting, living, sustaining in the truth; there is no god but He, the Omnipotent, the Wise One.

    He is greater than can be conceived by visions, while He conceives all visions, the Eternal, the Knowing. None can describe Him by seeing Him, nor can anyone find out how He is, be it by his intellect or by a spoken word except through what leads to Him, the Sublime, the Mighty that He is.

    I testify that He is Allah, the One Who has filled time with His Holiness, the One Whose Light overwhelms eternity, Who effects His will without consulting anyone; there is no partner with Him in His decisions, nor is He assisted in running His affairs. He shaped what He made without following a preexisting model, and He created whatever He created without receiving help from anyone, nor did doing so exhaust Him nor frustrated His designs. He created, and so it was, and He initiated, and it became visible. So He is Allah, the One and Only God, the One Who does whatever He does extremely well. He is the Just One Who never oppresses, the most Holy to Whom all affairs are referred.

    I further testify that He is Allah before Whom everything is humbled, to Whose Greatness everything is humiliated, and to Whose Dignity everything submits. He is the King of every domain and the One Who places planets in their orbits. He controls the movements of the sun and of the moon, each circles till a certain time. He makes the night follow the day and the day follow the night, seeking it incessantly. He splits the spine of every stubborn tyrant and annihilates every mighty devil.

    Never has there been any opponent opposing Him nor a peer assisting Him. He is Independent; He never begets nor is He begotten, and none can ever be His equal. He is One God, the Glorified Lord. His will is done; His word is the law. He knows, so He takes account. He causes death and gives life. He makes some poor and others rich. He causes some to smile and others to cry .He brings some nearer to Him while distancing others from Him. He withholds and He gives. The domain belongs to Him and so is all the Praise. In His hand is all goodness, and He can do anything at all.

    He lets the night cover the day and the day cover the night; there is no god but He, the Sublime, the oft-Forgiving One. He responds to the supplication; He gives generously; He computes the breath; He is the Lord of the jinns and of mankind, the One Whom nothing confuses, nor is He annoyed by those who cry for His help, nor is He fed-up by those who persist. He safeguards the righteous against sinning, and He enables the winners to win. He is the Master of the faithful, the Lord of the Worlds Who deserves the appreciation of all those whom He created and is praised no matter what.

    I praise Him and always thank Him for the ease He brings me and for the constriction, in hardship and in prosperity, and I believe in Him, in His angels, in His Books and messengers. I listen to His Command and I obey, and I initiate the doing of whatever pleases Him, and I submit to His decree hoping to acquire obedience to Him and fear of His penalty, for He is Allah against Whose designs nobody should feel secure, nor should anyone ever fear His “oppression.”

    I testify, even against my own soul, that I am His servant, and I bear witness that he is my Lord. I convey what He reveals to me, being cautious lest I should not do it, so a catastrophe from Him would befall upon me, one which none can keep away, no matter how great his design may be and how sincere his friendship. There is no god but He, for He has informed me that if I do not convey what He has just revealed to me in honor of’ Ali in truth, I will not have conveyed His Message at all, and He, the Praised and the Exalted One, has guaranteed for me to protect me from the (evil) people, and He is Allah, the One Who suffices, the Sublime. He has just revealed to me the following (verse):

    In The Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.

    O Messenger! Convey what has (just) been revealed to you (with regard to ‘Ali), and if you do not do so, you will not have conveyed His Message at all, and Allah shall Protect you from (evil) people; surely Allah will not guide the unbelieving people.

    (Qur’an, 5:67)

    O people! I have not committed any shortcoming in conveying what Allah Almighty revealed to me, and I am now going to explain to you the reason behind the revelation of this verse: Three times did Gabriel command me on behalf of the Peace, my Lord, Who is the source of all peace, to thus make a stand in order to inform everyone, black and white, that: ‘ Ali ibn Abu Talib is my Brother, Wasi, and successor over my nation and the Imam after me, the one whose status to me is like that of Aaron to Moses except there will be no prophet after me, and he is your master next only to Allah and to His Messenger, and Allah has already revealed to me the same in one of the fixed verses1 of His Book saying, “Your Master is Allah and His Messenger and those who believe, those who keep up prayers and pay zakat even as they bow down” (Qur’an, 5:55), and, Ali ibn Abu Talib the one who keeps up prayers, who pays zakat even as he bows down, seeking to please Allah, the Sublime, the Almighty, on each and every occasion.

    I asked Gabriel to plead to the Peace to excuse me from having to convey such a message to you, O

    1 Fixed verses are those which are never abrogated; the injunction(s) they contain remain valid forever.

    people, due to my knowledge that the pious are few while the hypocrites are many, and due to those who will blame me, and due to the trickery of those who ridicule Islam and whom Allah described in His Book as saying with their tongues contrarily to what their hearts conceal, thinking lightly of it, while it is with Allah magnanimous, and due to the abundance of their harm to me, so much so that they called me “ears” and claimed that I am so because of being so much in his (‘ Ali’s) company, always welcoming him, loving him and being so much pleased with him till Allah, the Exalted and the Sublime One, revealed in this regard the verse saying: ” And there are some of them who harm the (feelings of the) Prophet and say: He is an ear (uthun; i.e. he always listens to’ Ali).

    Say: One who listens (to’ Ali) is good for you; He

    The pious are always few in any age or time, creed or faith or clime,in any place, in every space. As many as 72 verses in the Holy Qur’an condemnthe majority, praising the minority, underscoring what mankind knew, that thepious are always few. Indeed, the Prophet’s statement is quite weighty, wise,terse, and not hasty. Nowadays, only a few pious ones remember this historic sermon and try their best to keep its memory alive. Yes; it is true, the pious are always few … believes in Allah and testifies to the conviction of the believers and a mercy for those of you who believe; and those who (thus ) harm the Messenger of Allah shall have a painful punishment” (Qur’an, 9:61). Had I wished to name those who have called me so, I would have called them by their names, and I would have pointed them out. I would have singled them out and called them by what they really are, but I, by Allah, am fully aware of their affairs. Yet despite all of that, Allah insisted that I should convey what He has just revealed to me in honor of’ Ali. Then the Prophet recited the following verse:)

    O Messenger! Convey what has (just) been revealed to you (with regard to ‘Ali), and if you do not do so, you will not have conveyed His Message at all, and Allah shall protect you from (evil) people. (Qur’an, 5:67)

    O people! Comprehend (the implications of) what I have just said, and again do comprehend it, and be (further) informed that Allah has installed him (‘ Ali) as your Master and Imam, obligating the Muhajirun and the Ansar and those who follow them in goodness to obey him, and so must everyone who lives in the desert or in the city, who is a non-Arab or an Arab, who is a free man or a slave, who is young or old, white or black, and so should everyone who believes in His Unity. His decree shall be carried out. His (‘ Ali’s) word is binding; his command is obligating; cursed is whoever opposes him,

    blessed with mercy is whoever follows him and believes in him, for Allah has already forgiven him and forgiven whoever listens to him and obeys him.

    O people! This is the last stand I make in such a situation; so, listen and obey, and submit to the Command of Allah, your Lord, for Allah, the Exalted and the Sublime One, is your Master and Lord, then next to Him is His Messenger and Prophet who is now addressing you, then after me ‘Ali is your Master and Imam according to the Command of Allah, your Lord, then the lmams from among my progeny, his offspring, till the Day you meet Allah and His Messenger.

    Nothing is permissible except what is deemed so by Allah, His Messenger, and they (the Imams), and nothing is prohibitive except what is deemed so by Allah and His Messenger and they (the Imams). Allah, the Exalted and the Sublime One, has made me acquainted

    with what is permissible and what is prohibitive, and I have conveyed to you what my Lord has taught me of His Book, of what it decrees as permissible or as prohibitive.

    O people! Prefer him (‘ Ali) over all others! There is no knowledge except that Allah has divulged it to me, and all the knowledge I have learned I have divulged to Imam al-Muttaqin (leader of the righteous), and there is no knowledge (that I know) except that I

    divulged it to’ Ali, and he is al-Imam al-Mubin (the evident Imam) whom Allah mentions in Surat ya-Sin: “… and everything We have computed is in (the knowledge of) an evident Imam” (Qur’an, 36:12).

    O people! Do not abandon him, nor should you flee away from him, nor should you be too arrogant to accept his authority, for he is the one who guides to righteousness and who acts according to it. He defeats falsehood and prohibits others from acting according to it, accepting no blame from anyone while seeking to please Allah. He is the first to believe in Allah and in His Messenger; none preceded him as such. And he is the one

    who offered his life as a sacrifice for the Messenger of Allah and who was in the company of the Messenger of Allah while no other man was. He is the first of all people to offer prayers and the first to worship Allah with me. I ordered him, on behalf of Allah, to sleep in my bed, and he did, offering his life as a sacrifice for my sake.

    O people! Prefer him (over all others), for Allah has preferred him, and accept him, for Allah has appointed him (as your leader).

    O people! He is an Imam appointed by Allah, and Allah shall never accept the repentance of anyone who denies his authority, nor shall He forgive him; this is a must decree from Allah never to do so to anyone who opposes him, and that He shall torment him with a most painful torment for all time to come, for eternity; so, beware lest you should oppose him and thus enter the fire the fuel of which is the people and the stones prepared for

    the unbelievers.

    O people! By Allah! All past prophets and messengers conveyed the glad tiding of my advent, and I, by Allah, am the seal of the prophets and of the messengers and the argument against all beings in the heavens and on earth. Anyone who doubts this commits apostasy similar to that of the early jahiliyya, and anyone who doubts anything of what I have just said doubts everything which has been revealed to me, and anyone

    who doubts any of the Imams doubts all of them, and anyone who doubts us shall be lodged in the fire.

    O people! Allah, the most Exalted and the Almighty, has bestowed this virtue upon me out of His kindness towards’ Ali and as a boon to’ Ali and there is no god but He; to Him all praise belongs in all times, for eternity, and in all circumstances.

    O people! Prefer’ Ali (over all others), for he is the very best of all people after me, be they males or females, so long as Allah sends down His sustenance, so long as there are beings. Cursed and again cursed, condemned and again condemned, is anyone who does

    not accept this statement of mine and who does not agree to it. Gabriel himself has informed me of the same on behalf of Allah Almighty Who he said (in Gabriel’s words):

    “Anyone who antagonizes’ Ali and refuses to accept his wilayat shall incur My curse upon him and My wrath.” “… and let every soul consider what it has sent forth for the morrow, and be careful of (your duty to) Allah” (Qur’an, 59:18), “And do not make your oaths a means of deceit between you lest a foot should slip after its stability” (Qur’an, 16:94), ” Allah is fully aware of all what you do” (Qur’an, 58: 13).

    O people! He (‘ Ali) is janb-Allah mentioned in the Book of Allah, the Sublime One: The Almighty, forewarning his (‘ Ali’s) adversaries, says, “Lest a soul should say: O woe unto me for what I fell short of my duty to Allah, and most surely I was of those who laughed to scorn” (Qur’an, 39:56).

    O people! Study the Qur’an and comprehend its verses, look into its fixed verses and do not follow what is similar thereof, for by Allah, none shall explain to you what it forbids you from doing, nor clarify its exegesis, other than the one whose hand I am taking and whom I am lifting to me, the one whose arm I am taking and whom I am lifting, so that I may enable you to understand that: Whoever among you takes me as his master, this, Ali is his master, and he is’ Ali ibn Abu Talib, my Brother and wasi, and his appointment as your wali is from Allah, the Sublime, the Exalted One, a commandment which He revealed to me.

    O people! ‘ Ali and the good ones from among my offspring from his loins are the Lesser Weight, while the Qur’an is the Greater One: each one of them informs you of and agrees with the other. They shall never part till they meet me at the Pool (of Kawthar).

    They are the Trustees of Allah over His creation, the rulers on His earth.

    Indeed now I have performed my duty and conveyed the Message. Indeed you have heard what I have said and explained. Indeed Allah, the Exalted One and the Sublime, has said, and so have Ion behalf of Allah, the Exalted One and the Sublime, that there is no Ameerul-Mo’mineen (Commander of the Faithful) save this Brother of mine; no authority over a believer is permissible after me except to him.

    Then the Prophet patted ‘ Ali’s arm, lifting him up. Since the time when the Messenger of Allah ascended the pulpit, Ameerul-Mo’mineen was one pulpit step below where the Messenger of Allah had seated himself on his pulpit, while’ Ali was on his (Prophet’s) right side, one pulpit step lower, now they both appeared to the gathering to be on the same level; the Prophet lifted him up. The Prophet then raised his hands to the heavens in

    supplication while’ Ali’s leg was touching the knee of the Messenger of Allah. The Prophet continued his sermon thus:

    O people! This is’ Ali, my Brother, Wasi, the one who comprehends my knowledge, and my successor over my nation, over everyone who believes in me. He is the one entrusted with explaining the Book of Allah, the most Exalted One, the Sublime, and the one who invites people to His path. He is the one who does whatever pleases Him, fighting His enemies, befriending His friends who obey Him, prohibiting disobedience to Him. He is the successor of the Messenger of Allah and Ameerul- Mo’mineen, the man assigned by Allah to guide others, killer of the renegades and of those who believe in equals to Allah, those who violate the Commandments of Allah. Allah says, “My Word shall not be changed, nor am I in the least unjust to the servants” (Qur’an, 50.29), and by Your Command, O Lord, do I (submit and) say, O Allah! Befriend whoever befriends him (Ali) and be the enemy of whoever antagonizes him; support whoever supports him and abandon whoever abandons him; curse whoever disavows him, and let Your Wrath descend on whoever usurps his right.

    O Lord! You revealed a verse in honor of’ Ali, Your wali, in its explanation and to effect Your own appointment of him this very day did You say, “This day have I perfected your religion for you, completed My favour on you, and chosen for you Islam as a religion”

    (Qur’an, 5.3); “And whoever desires a religion other than Islam, it shall not be accepted from him, and in the hereafter he shall be one of the losers” (Qur’an, 3:85).

    Lord! I implore You to testify that I have conveyed (Your Message).

    O people! Allah, the Exalted and the Sublime, has perfected your religion through his (‘ Ali’s) Imamate; so, whoever rejects him as his Imam or rejects those of my offspring from his loins who assume the same status (as lmams) till the Day of Judgment when they shall all be displayed before Allah, the Exalted and the Sublime, these are the ones whose (good) deeds shall be nil and void in the life of this world and in the hereafter, and in the fire shall they be lodged forever, ” …their torture shall not be decreased, nor shall they be given a respite” (Qur’an,2:162).

    O people! Here is’ Ali, the one who has supported me more than anyone else among you, the one who most deserves my gratitude, the one who is closest of all of you to me and the one who is the very dearest to me. Both Allah, the Exalted and the Sublime, and I are

    pleased with him, and no verse of the Holy Qur’an expressing Allah’s Pleasure except that he is implied therein, nor has any verse of praise been revealed in the Qur’an except that he is implied therein, nor has the Lord testified to Paradise in the (Qur’anic) Chapter starting with “Has there not come over man a long period of timewhen he was nothing (not even) mentioned?” (Qur’an, 76:1) nor was this Chapter revealed except in his praise.

    O people! He is the one who supports the religion of Allah, who argues on behalf of the Messenger of Allah. He is the pious, the pure, the guide, the one rightly guided. Your Prophet is the best of all prophets, and your wasi is the best of all wasis, and his offspring

    are the best of wasis .

    O people! Each prophet’s progeny is from his own loins whereas mine is from the loins of Arneerul-Mo’mineen ‘ Ali.

    O people! Iblis caused Adam to be dismissed from the garden through envy; so, do not envy him lest your deeds should be voided and lest your feet should slip away, for Adam was sent down to earth after having committed only one sin, and he was among the elite of Allah’s creation. How, then, will be your case, and you being who you are, and among you are enemies of Allah?

    Indeed, none hates’ Ali except a wretch, and none accepts ‘ Ali’s wilayat except a pious person. None believes in him except a sincere mu’min, and in honor of, Ali was the Chapter of ‘Asr (Ch. 103) revealed, I swear to it by Allah: “In the Name of Allah, the

    Beneficent, the Merciful. I swear by time that most surely man is in loss” (Qur’an, 103:1-2) except’ Ali who believed and was pleased with the truth and with perseverance.

    O people! I have sought Allah to be my Witness and have conveyed my Message to you, and the Messenger is obligated only to clearly convey (his Message).

    O people! ” Fear Allah as Re ought to be feared, and do not die except as Muslims” (Qur’an, 3:102). O people! ” …Believe in what We have revealed, verifying what you have, before We alter faces then turn them on their backs or curse them as We cursed the

    violators of the Sabbath” (Qur’an, 4:47). By Allah! Redid not imply anyone in this verse except a certain band of my sahaba whom I know by name and by lineage, and I have been ordered (by my Lord) to pardon them; so, let each person deal with ‘ Ali according to what he finds in his heart of love or of hatred.

    O people! The noor from Allah, the Exalted One and the Sublime, flows through me then through ‘Ali ibn Abu Talib then in the progeny that descends from him till al-Qa’imal-Mehdi, who shall effect the justice of Allah, and who will take back any right belonging to us because Allah, the Exalted and the Sublime, made us Hujjat over those who take us lightly, the stubborn ones, those who act contrarily to our word, who are treacherous, who are sinners, who are oppressors, who are usurpers, from the entire world.

    O people! I warn you that I am the Messenger of Allah; messengers before me have already passed away; so, should I die or should I be killed, are you going to turn upon your heels? And whoever turns upon his heels shall not harm Allah in the least, and Allah shall reward those who are grateful, those who persevere. ‘Ali is surely the one described with perseverance and gratitude, then after him are my offspring from his loins.

    O people! Do not think that you are doing me a favour by your accepting Islam. Nay! Do not think that you are doing Allah such a favour lest He should void your deeds, lest His wrath should descend upon you, lest He should try you with a flame of fire and brass; surely your Lord is ever-watchful.

    O people! There shall be Imams after me who shall invite people to the fire, and they shall not be helped on the Day of Judgment.

    O people! Allah and I are both clear of them.

    O people! They and their supporters and followers shall be in the lowest rung of the fire;

    miserable, indeed, is the resort of the arrogant ones. Indeed, these are the folks of the sahifa; so, let each one of you look into his sahifa!

    This reference to the sahifa has been overlooked by most people with the exception of a small band, and we will, Insha-Allah, shed a light on this sahifa later on. The Prophet continued his historic sermon thus:

    O people! I am calling for it to be an Imamate and a succession confined to my offspring till the Day of Judgment, and I have conveyed only what I have been commanded (by my Lord) to convey to drive the argument home against everyone present or absent and on

    everyone who has witnessed or who has not, who is already born or he is yet to be born; therefore, let those present here convey it to those who are absent, and let the father convey it to his son, and so on till the Day of Judgment.

    And they shall make the Imamate after me a property, a usurpation; may Allah curse the usurpers who usurp1, and it is then that you, O jinns and mankind, will get the full attention of the One Who shall cause a flame of fire and brass to be hurled upon you, and you shall not achieve any victory!

    O people! Allah, the Exalted and the Sublime, is not to let you be whatever you want to be except so that He may distinguish the bad ones from among you from the good, and Allah is not to make you acquainted with the unknown.

    O people! There shall be no town that falsifies except that Allah shall annihilate it on account of its falsehood before the Day of Judgment, and He shall give al-lmam al-Mehdi (U authority over it, and surely Allah’s promise is true.

    O people! Most of the early generations before

    This is surely a Prophetic prediction that’ Ali’s right to the caliphate would be usurped. The usurpers were the very first to swear the oath of allegiance to Ameerul-Mo’mineen ‘ Ali and the very first to violate it.

    you have strayed, and by Allah, He surely annihilated the early generations, and He shall annihilate the later ones. Allah Almighty has said, “Did We not destroy the former generations? Then did We follow them up with later ones. Even thus shall We deal with the guilty. Woe on that Day to the rejecters!” (Qur’an, 77: 16-19).

    O people! Allah has ordered me to do and not to do, and I have ordered ‘Ali to do and not to do, so he learned what should be done and what should not; therefore. you should listen to his orders so that you may be safe, and you should obey him so that you may be

    rightly guided. Do not do what he forbids you from doing so that you may acquire wisdom. Agree with him, and do not let your paths be different from his.

    O people! I am al-Sirat al-Mustaqeem (the Straight Path) of Allah whom He commanded you to follow, and it is after me ‘Ali then my offspring from his loins, the Imams of Guidance: they guide to the truth and act accordingly.

    Then the Prophet recited the entire text of Surat al-Fatiha and commented by saying:

    It is in my honor that this (Sura) was revealed, including them (the Imams) specifically; they are the friends of Allah for whom there shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve; truly the Party of Allah are the winners.

    Indeed, it is their enemies who are the impudent ones, the deviators, the brethren of Satan; they inspire each other with embellished speech out of their haughtiness.

    Indeed, their (Imams’) friends are the ones whom Allah, the Exalted One, the Great, mentions in His Book saying, “You shall not find a people who believe in Allah and in the latter Day befriending those who act in opposition to Allah and to His Prophet, even though they may be their own fathers or sons or brothers or kinsfolk; these are they into whose hearts He has impressed conviction” (Qur’an, 58:22). Indeed, their (Imams’)

    friends are the mu’mins (believers) whom Allah, the Exalted One, the Sublime, describes as: “Those who believe and do not mix up their faith with iniquity, those are the ones who shall have the security, and they are the rightly guided” (Qur’an, 6:82).

    Indeed, their friends are those who believed and never doubted. Indeed, their friends are the ones who shall enter Paradise in peace and security; the angels shall receive them with welcome saying, “Peace be upon you! Enter it and reside in it forever!”

    Indeed, their friends shall be rewarded with Paradise where they shall be sustained without having to account for anything.

    Indeed, their enemies are the ones who shall be hurled into the fire.

    Indeed, their enemies are the ones who shall hear the exhalation of hell as it increases in intensity, and they shall see it sigh.

    Indeed, their enemies are the ones thus described by Allah: “Whenever a nation enters, it shall curse its sister…” (Qur’an, 7:38).

    Indeed, their enemies are the ones whom Allah, the Exalted One and the Sublime, describes thus: “Whenever a group is cast into it, its keepers shall ask them: Did any warner not come to you? They shall say: Yea! Indeed, there came to us a warner but we rejected (him) and said: Allah has not revealed anything; you are only in a great error. And they shall say: Had we but listened or pondered, we would not have been among the

    inmates of the burning fire. So they shall acknowledge their sins, but far will be forgiveness) from the inmates of the burning fire” (Qur’an, 67:8-11).

    Indeed, their friends are the ones who fear their Lord in the unseen; forgiveness shall be theirs and a great reward.

    O people! What a difference it is between the fire and the great reward! .

    O people! Our enemy is the one whom Allah censures and curses, whereas our friend is everyone praised and loved by Allah.

    O people! I am the Warner (nathir) and’ Ali is the one who brings glad tidings (bashir).

    O people! I am the one who warns (munthir) while ‘Ali is the guide (hadi).

    O people! I am a Prophet (nabi) and’ Ali is the successor (wasi).

    O people! I am a Messenger (rasul) and’ Ali is the Imam and the Wasi after me, and so are the Imams after him from among his offspring. Indeed, I am their father, and they shall descend from his loins.

    Indeed, the seal of the lmams from among us is al-Qa’im al-Mehdi. He, indeed, is the one who shall come out so that the creed may prevail. He, indeed, is the one who shall seek revenge against the oppressor. He, indeed, is the one who conquers the forts and demolishes them. He, indeed, is the one who subdues every tribe from among the people of polytheism and the one to guide it.

    He is the one who shall seek redress for all friends of Allah. He is the one who supports the religion of Allah. He ever derives (his knowledge) from a very deep ocean. He shall identify each man of distinction by his distinction and every man of ignorance by his

    ignorance. He shall be the choicest of Allah’s beings and the chosen one. He is the heir of all (branches of) knowledge, the one who encompasses every perception. He conveys on behalf of his Lord, the Exalted and the Sublime, who points out His miracles. He is the wise, the one endowed with wisdom, the one upon whom (Divine) authority is vested.

    Glad tidings of him have been conveyed by past generations, yet he is the one who shall remain as a Hujja, and there shall be no Hujja after him nor any right except with him, nor any noor except with him.

    None, indeed, shall subdue him, nor shall he ever be vanquished. He is the friend of Allah on His earth, the judge over His creatures, the custodian of what is evident and what is hidden of His.

    O people! I have explained (everything) for you and enabled you to comprehend it, and this ‘Ali shall after me explain everything to you.

    At the conclusion of my khutba, I shall call upon you to shake hands with me to swear your allegiance to him and to recognize his authority, then to shake hands with him after you have shaken hands with me.

    I had, indeed, sworn allegiance to Allah, and ‘Ali had sworn allegiance to me, and I on behalf of Allah, the Exalted One and the Sublime, I require you to swear the oath of allegiance to him: “Surely those who swear (the oath of) allegiance to you do but swear

    allegiance to Allah; the hand of Allah is above their hands; therefore, whoever reneges (from his oath), he reneges only to the injury of his own soul, and whoever fulfills what he has covenanted with Allah, He will grant him a mighty reward” (Qur’an,48:10).

    O people! The pilgrimage (hajj) and the ‘umra are among Allah’s rituals; “So whoever makes a pilgrimage to the House or pays a visit (to it), there is no blame on him if he goes round them [Safa and Marwa] both” (Qur’an, 2:158).

    O people! Perform your pilgrimage to the House, for no members of a family went there except that they became wealthy, and receive glad tidings! None failed to do so except that their lineage was cut-off and were impoverished.

    O people! No believer stands at the standing place [at ‘Arafa] except that Allah forgives his past sins till then; so, once his pilgrimage is over, he resumes his deeds.

    O people! Pilgrims are assisted, and their expenses shall be replenished, and Allah never suffers the rewards of the doers of good to be lost.

    O people! Perform your pilgrimage to the House by perfecting your religion and by delving into fiqh, and do not leave the sacred places except after having repented and abandoned (the doing of anything prohibited).

    O people! Uphold prayers and pay the zakat as Allah, the Exalted One and the Sublime, commanded you; so, if time lapses and you were short of doing so or you forgot, ‘ Ali is your wali and he will explain for you.

    He is the one whom Allah, the Exalted and the Sublime, appointed for you after me as the custodian of Hiscreation. He is from me and I am from him, and he and those who will succeed him from my progeny shall inform you of anything you ask them about, and they

    shall clarify whatever you do not know.

    Halal and haram things are more than I can count for you now or explain, for a commandment to enjoin what is permissible and a prohibition from what is not permissible are both on the same level, so I was ordered (by my Lord) to take your oath of allegiance and to make a covenant with you to accept what I brought you from Allah, the Exalted One and the Sublime, with regards to’ Ali Ameerul-Mo’mineen and to the wasis after him who are from me and from him, a standing Imamate whose seal is al-Mehdi till the Day he meets Allah Who decrees and Who judges.

    O people! I never refrained from informing you of everything permissible or prohibitive; so, do remember this and safeguard it and advise each other to do likewise; do not alter it; do not substitute it with something else.

    I am now repeating what I have already said: Uphold the prayers and pay the zakat and enjoin righteousness and forbid abomination.

    The peak of enjoining righteousness is to resort to my speech and to convey it to whoever did not attend it and to order him on my behalf to accept it and to (likewise) order him not to violate it, for it is an order from Allah, the Exalted and the Sublime, and there is no

    knowledge of enjoining righteousness nor prohibiting abomination except that it is with a ma’soom Imam.

    0 people! The Qur’an informs you that the Imams after him are his (‘ Ali’s) descendants, and I have already informed you that they are from me and from him, for Allah says in His Book, ” And he made it a word to continue in his posterity so that they may return ” (Qur’an, 43:28) while I have said: “You shall not stray as long as you uphold both of them (simultaneously).”

    O people! (Uphold) piety, (uphold) piety, and be forewarned of the Hour as Allah, the Exalted and the Sublime, has said, “0 people! Guard (yourselves) against (punishment from) your Lord; surely the violence of the Hour is a grievous thing” (Qur’an, 22:1).

    Remember death, resurrection, the judgment, the scales, and the account before the Lord of the Worlds, and (remember) the rewards and the penalty. So whoever does a good deed shall be rewarded for it, and whoever commits a sin shall have no place in the Gardens.

    O people! You are more numerous than (it is practical) to shake hands with me all at the same time, and Allah, the Exalted and the Sublime, commanded me to require you to confirm what authority I have vested upon ‘Ali Ameerul-Mo’mineen and to whoever

    succeeds him of the Imams from me and from him, since I have just informed you that my offspring are from his loins.

    You, therefore, should say in one voice: “We hear, and we obey; we accept and we are bound by what you have conveyed to us from our Lord and yours with regard to our Imam’ Ali (V’ Ameerul-Mo’mineen, and to the Imams, your sons from his loins. We swear the oath of allegiance to you in this regard with our hearts, with our souls, with our tongues, with our hands. According to it shall we live, and according to it shall we die, and according to it shall we be resurrected. We shall not alter anything or substitute anything with another, nor shall we doubt nor deny nor suspect, nor shall we violate our covenant nor abrogate the pledge. You admonished us on behalf of Allah with regard to’ Ali (V’ Ameerul-Mo’mineen, and to the Imams whom you mentioned to be from your offspring from among his descendants after him: al-Hasan and al-Husain and to whoever is appointed (as such) by Allah after them. The covenant and the pledge are taken from us, from our hearts, from our souls, from our tongues, from our conscience, from our hands. Whoever does so by his handshake, it shall be so, or otherwise testified to it by his tongue, and we do not seek any substitute for it, nor shall Allah see our souls deviating there from. We shall convey the same on your behalf to anyone near and far of our offspring and families, and we implore Allah to testify to it, and surely Allah suffices as the Witness and you, too, shall testify for us.”

    O people! What are you going to say?! Allah knows every sound and the innermost of every soul; “Whoever chooses the right guidance, it is for his own soul that he is rightly guided, and whoever strays, it is only to its detriment that he goes astray” (Qur’an, 17:15).

    O people! Swear the oath of allegiance to Allah, and swear it to me, and swear it to’ Ali Ameerul-Mo’mineen, and to al-Hasan and al-Husain and to the Imams from their offspring in the life of this world and in the hereafter, a word that shall always remain so. Allah shall annihilate anyone guilty of treachery and be merciful upon everyone who remains true to his word: “Whoever reneges (from his oath), he reneges only to the

    harm of his own soul, and whoever fulfills what he has covenanted with Allah, He will grant him a mighty reward” (Qur’an, 48:10).

    O people! Repeat what I have just told you to, and greet’ Ali with the title of authority of “Ameerul-Mo’mineen” and say: “We hear, and we obey, O Lord! Your forgiveness (do we seek), and to You is the eventual course” (Qur’an, 2:285), and you should say: “All praise is due to Allah Who guided us to this, and we would not have found the way had it not been for Allah Who guided us” (Qur’an, 7:43).

    O people! The merits of’ Ali ibn Abu Talib with Allah, the Exalted and the Sublime, the merits which are revealed in the Qur’an, are more numerous than I can recount in one speech; so, whoever informs you of them and defines them for you, you should believe him.

    O people! Whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger and’ Ali (U and the Imams to whom I have already referred shall attain a great victory. O people! Those foremost from among you who swear allegiance to him and who pledge to obey him and who greet him with the greeting of being the Commander of the Faithful are the ones who shall win the Gardens of Felicity.

    O people! Say what brings you the Pleasure of Allah, for if you and all the people of the earth disbelieve, it will not harm Allah in the least.

    O Lord! Forgive the believers through what I have conveyed, and let Your Wrath descend upon those who renege, the apostates, and all Praise is due to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds.


    Thus did the Prophet of Allah speak on behalf of the Almighty Who sent him as the beacon of guidance not only for the Muslims but for all mankind. But the question that forces itself here is: “What happened after that historic event? Why did the Muslims forget, or pretend to have forgotten, their Prophet’s instructions with regards to’ Ali and “elected” someone else in his stead? To answer this question requires another book,

    and indeed many such books have been written. May the Almighty grant all of us guidance, and may He count us among His true servants who recognize the truth when they see it, who abide by His tenets, Who revere His Prophet and follow his instructions in all times, in all climes, Allahomma Ameen.


    The following constitutes only major references of the components of Khutba of Ghadeer. In these references the reader can deliberate on the various portions of this historic sermon as quoted in bits and pieces in those references. Most of these references are considered reliable by the majority of Muslims (of the Shi’a or Sunni persuation):

    1. Jalaal ad-Deen al-Sayyuti, Kitaab Al-Itqaan, Vol. 1, p. 31.

    2. al-Majlisi,, Vol. 21, pp. 360-90, Vol. 37, pp. 111-235, and Vol. 41, p. 228.He Quotes book al-Ih’tijaj by al-Tibrisi (vol.2)

    3. Al-Bldaaya wal Nihaaya, Vol. 5, p. 208.

    4. Badee’ al-Ma’aani, p. 75

    5. Tareekh Baghdad, V01. 1, p. 411 and V01. 8, p. 290.

    6. Tareekh Dimashq, Vol. 5, p. 210.

    7. Ibn al-Jawziyya, Tadh’kirat al-Khawaas, pp. 18-20.

    8. Ibn al-Sa’ud’s Tafseer, Vol. 8, p. 292.

    9. Al-Tibari, Tafseer al-Qur’an, Vol. 3, p. 428 and Vol. 6, p. 46.

    10. al-Fakhr al-Razi, Al-Tafseer al-Kabeer, Vol. 3, p. 636.

    11. Al-Tamhid fi USool al-Deen, p. 171.

    12. Tayseer al-Wusul, Vol. 1, p. 122.

    13. Ghiyaath ad-Din ibn Hammaam, Tareekh Habib al-Siyar, V01. 1, p. 144.

    14. al-Maqrizi, Khutat, p. 223.

    15. al-Sayyuti, Al-Durr al-Manthur, Vol. 2, pp. 259, 298.

    16. Thakhaa’ir al-‘Uqba, p. 68.

    17. Ruh al-Ma’aani, Vol. 2, p. 348.

    18. Mohibb al-Tabal-;, AI.Riyadh al-r:adhirah, Vol. 2, p.169.

    19. Al-Siraaj al-Munir, Vol. 4, p. 364.

    20. al-Hakim, Al-Seera al-Halabiyya, Vol. 3, p. 302.

    21. Shar’h al-Mawaahib, V01. 7, p. 13.

    22. Ibn Hajar al-‘ Asqalaani, Al-Sawaa’iq al-Muhriqa, p. 26.

    23. Ibn al-Badriq, Al-‘Umda, p. 52.

    24. Badr ad-Deen, ‘Umdat al-Qari fi Shar’h al-Bukhari, V01. 8, p. 584.

    25. al-Ghadeer, V01. 2, p. 57.

    26. Sharafud-Deen al-Musawi, AI-Fusul al-Muhimma, pp. 25-27.

    27. Fadha ‘il al-Sahaaba, p. 272.

    28. Faydh al-Ghadeer, V01. 6, p. 218.

    29. Kashf al-Ghumma, p. 94.

    30. Kifaayat al- Taalib, pp. 17, 28.

    31. al-Muttaqi al-Hindi, Kanz al-‘Ummaal, Vol. 6, p. 397.

    32. Imam Ibn Hanbal, Mus’nad, V01. 4, p. 281.

    33. Mishkaat al-Masabeeh, p. 272.

    34. Mushkil al-aathaar, Vol. 3, p. 196.

    35. Mataalib al-Su’ul, p. 16.

    36. Muftah al-Najaat, p. 216.

    37. al-Shahristaani, AI-Milal wal Nihal, V 01. 1, p. 220.

    38. al-Khawarizmi, Manaaqib, pp. 80, 94.

    39. Ibn al-Maghaazli, Manaaqib, p. 232.

    40. al-Qastalani, Al-Mawaahib, Vol. 2, p. 13.

    41. al-Samhudi, Wafaa’ al-Wafaa’, Vol. 2, p. 173.

    42. al-Qanduzi, Yanabi al-Mawadda, p. 120.


  25. Dear Brothers and Sisters of islam AOA;

    Kindly never say something because you are a Suni or shia; Allah hum sab shia aor sunni bhaion ko momin musalman banai na ke shia ya sunni; I just have one question; whom did Hazrath ibrahim called when he was put in fire; whom did hazrath yousaf called when zulekha invited him for a wrong doing ; whom did hazrath younas called when he was in the belly of the fish; to whom did prophet Muhammad(PBUH) prayed at the time of battle of BADR. Ali Jese insaan par hamari jan aik hazar marthaba qurban; magar allah Ki sifath insan ke pas nahin; Ali Waseela ho saktha hai allah thak pohanchne ka magar har cheez ka source Allah thallah hai.

    Ap dua karain ke hum har cheez pe khule dil-o-demagh se soochain aor amal karain; na ke aik bath ko ankhein band karke manain sirf is liye ke hum shia hain ya sunni hain.

    aap ki dua ka talib


    • Dear Muhammad, jeo hmesha.AALA bat ki hai.kamal kr dia,good thought.ALLAH PAK apko koi ghum na dikhaien siwae EHL-E-BYEAT k ghum se.jeatye rho.


    • mohammed you are right , only Allah is great helper, rest of all are sources, May Allah bless you , we love our all khilifas.


  26. so finally…is it allowed for sunni’s to read it?
    well it is very confusing, some says its calling Allah and some says its calling Ali RA
    Im a sunni and im stuck! help
    just yes or no


    • Dear,You can read this without any confusion.Its a good wird for any problem.Its calling ALLAH’s help through the source of HIS lovely person.U jst think one thing that its jst the request befor ALLAH for HIS help,nothing else.OK.T.C.


  27. ladies and gentlemen kindly answer my questions .
    1- suni apnay bachon ka naam “ALI” b rekhtay han Magar kabi kisi shia ney apnay bachay ka naam Usman/ AbuBakar aur Umar nehein rekha ??????
    2- Jis hadees sharif mein hazart Ali (RA) ko ilam ka darwaza keha geya hai woh hadees shia loag q pouri nehein sunatay ?
    question itnay han k likna chahon tu shaid likti hi rehon magar fill hall ….. 2 r enough 4 2day.


  28. since time ago i have to apply at dubai for driving lisence i already pass the assesment test. can u pls dua or paryer me for the last road test will be 24-10-2011 on monday
    god help and protect me by test on monday

    best regards,
    shafqat ali nawab


  29. My Dear Friends Asalam u alikum,

    Y we are fighting on these issues?
    Have you ever think what we are?

    Sorry to say, but hum log khud ko bohat bara phana khan samjhate hain
    aur fatweh jari kerdaitay hain,
    Kia hum ye log bhol gae k ALLAH Na humain Ashraful Makhloqat Banaya to hay
    but sath sath Insan ko uski aoqat bhi batate hay k ALLAH NAY INSAN KO SEENAY AR PAET K BECH SA UCHALTAY HUEY PANI SAY BANAYA HAY.

    Think about it ! jo sachai hay don’t forget it.


  30. السَّلاَمُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَرَحْمَةُاللهِ وَبَرَكَاتُهٍُّ
    I am looking for Nade ali inscribed on a pendant or braclet. Please help me I am prepared to pay for it and postage


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