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Naade Ali

“Ya Ali Madad” – these 3 words are the mark of faith and strength for some, while for others it is to invoke help from “someone other than Allah” and hence it amounts to shirk. But those who think so, conveniently forget that “Ali” is one of the 99 names of Allah and hence a […]

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    “Ya Ali Madad” - these 3 words are the mark of faith and strength for some, while for others it is to invoke help from “someone other than Allah” and hence it amounts to shirk. But those who think so, conveniently forget that “Ali” is one of the 99 names of Allah and hence a call for “Ya Ali Madad” can never amount to ‘shirk’ in any given situation. Still some might argue that when we call ‘Ya Ali Madad’ we actually seek help from Mawla Ali (as) and hence it amounts to ‘Shirk’. This lame argument can be countered in the light of the following ayah from Surah-e-Airaf which says that: “Surely We have made the Shaitans to be the guardians of those who do not believe.” [Surah-e-Airaf, 7:27].

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