Thursday 11 October 2012

Du’a al-Nasiri by Sidi Ibn Nasir -Darqawi-Shadhili Dua

Darqawi-Shadhili Dua and Qasida recited when rulers or the land becomes difficult
The Prayer of the Oppressed - al-Du’a al-Nasiri by Sidi Ibn Nasir
Al-Du’a al-Nasiri Part

About The Prayer of the Oppressed:
The power of this prayer of Imam Muhammad al-Dar’i lies in its simplicity, its purity, and its sincere supplication. It is essentially a plea to God that our transgressions be overlooked, that divine mercy be bestowed upon us, that social justice be restored in spite of us, that wrongs be righted, and that righteousness reign once again in our lands, so that the destitute may no longer be in need, the young may be educated, the animals’ purpose fulfilled, rain restored, and bounties poured forth. It is a plea to be freed from the aggression of foreigners in lands over which they have no right – a plea much needed in our modern world, rampant as it is with invasions and territorial occupations. Ultimately, it asks not that our enemies be destroyed, but simply that their plots, and the harm they cause, be halted. Its essence is mercy, which in turn is the essence of the Messenger of God, Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him: “And We have only sent you as a mercy to all the worlds.”
This highly potent du'a by the renowned Sufi Shaykh Muhammad Ibn Nasir, was recited across Morocco and inspired resistance to the French Occupation. So powerful was it that the French President had to issue an order banning its recitation from the mosques. Moroccans date the movement to return King Muhammad from that outlawing of the du'a. It is appropriate to the present state of the 'Umma.
Audio Recordings of the Du’a al-Nasiri 2 mp3

This Darqawi-Shadhili Qasida is recited when rulers or the land becomes difficult, our Master Sidi Hamza Qadiri Budshishi has told us to read it more as times are getting hard and difficult.
Audio Recordings of the Du’a al-Nasiri and Qasidah Munfarija by Fuqara of Sidi Hamza Qadiri-budshishi mp3

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