12 thoughts on “Four Things To Do On Laylatul Qadr”

  1. This is a beautifully speech. May Allah grant you Janaat! Many will prosper because of your pure heart. SPREAD THE FAITH!!!!!

  2. Alaikom salam…..Could someone PLEASE write for me – these 5 lines we are to say 3 X. (I’m a new revert…and just learning arabi)… May Ya Rabb accept all our deeds. Ameen

  3. Assalamu Alaikum, I’m a born Muslim and have trouble catching them because I’m not fluent in Arabic. I tried to jot down phonetically and google, no avail. Here’s my best attempt:

    1. SubhanAllahi wa bhi hamdi

    2. Aa dadda haqqi

    3. Wal ‘izha nafsi

    4. Wazina ta’ arshi

    5. Wa bhi da ta’ kalimaati

    Just to be on the safe side, try asking someone who knows Arabic or an Imam. You don’t want to be reciting something wrong, with a totally different meaning.

    But SubhanAllahi wa bhi hamdi I’m sure of.
    SubhanAllahi wa bhi hamdi, SubhanAllah hil azeem.

    May Allah forgive our mistakes.

    *Welcome to a whole new dimension of intellectual and spiritual depth =) May Allah reward you bountifully. Ameen.

  4. Alaikom salam…….AND Eid Mubarak Sweet Sister!!! Hope your Eid is FUN and FANTASTIC!!! Thanks for your help and those kind words. May Ya Rabb reward you for helping me…….. walaikom salam

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