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Dua for fear of shirk

اللّهُـمَّ إِنّـي أَعـوذُبِكَ أَنْ أُشْـرِكَ بِكَ وَأَنا أَعْـلَمْ،
وَأَسْتَـغْفِرُكَ لِما لا

Allahumma innee a'oothu bika an oshrika bika wa-ana 'alam,
wa-astaghfiruka lima la 'alam.

O Allah, I take refuge in You lest I
should commit shirk (associate partners) with You knowingly and I seek
Your forgiveness for what I do unknowingly. (END)

5 thoughts on “DUA FOR FEAR OF SHIRK

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  2. Dear Dear assalamalaikum
    Humbly request you to pl point out where there is any cursing for any one in the lines so that i can rectify myself on that-
    These are no words of mine and this matter which was sent i had been having from 25 years when the Arab news paper had mentioned about shirk when Zakir nayak had not even entered the comparitive religion subject-
    The time was when Ahmed deedat was in full force visiting the whole world with his message of propagation from Durban south Africa-
    hope to recieve some advice on words mentioned by you for our brother hood as Islam says-
    “The believers are nothing but brothers, so make peace between your two brothers and beware of Allah that perhaps you may be shown mercy.” (Al-Hujaraat: 10)

    And, noble, indeed is the act of making peace and reconciling between two arguing parties. In fact, it is superior to voluntary fasting and sunnah and nafl prayer.


      • Brother Ali,
        I am not arguing with you. Just suggesting that you review the actual tafsir of the Ayahs you quoted so that you know how inappropriately they were quoted. May Allah Subhanawataala guide us how to give the message to others with Rahma and gentleness.


  3. Brother Ali,
    This is where your three page comment would be.
    I just wanted to suggest that perhaps you should attend Dr. Zakir Naik’s school for Dawah. It may benefit you in your selection of words.
    One important thing to remember is that you cannot curse someone and then expect them to listen to you.
    May Allah guide us all in how to pass on His word in a Ma’aroof manner.


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