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Duas for humanity on the anniversary of 9/11

Memorials, tears and more will be how many people in America and around the world will be commemorating the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

It is a time of sadness, but also one of hope. Prayer is a wonderful way to heal hearts and look towards the future. In Arabic, the term Dua refers to supplication to God. Dua is a beautiful method of connecting with the Creator, Who is Most Merciful and Most Compassionate.

It is with the need for prayer on this occasion in mind that we suggest the following Duas for all of humanity, which has suffered in some way or another through this attack.

1. O Lord of the Universe! Save us all from words

which hurt and bless us with hearts that touch

2. God, grant us the wisdom to learn from the Guidance

that You blessed upon all Your Prophets.

3. Please God, comfort and console those who now walk

in sorrow

4. Our Lord, please give us compassion and mutual

understanding so that we may live in peace and with

justice

5. Please help us stop those who oppress, whether be

of our nation, race or tribe or not

6. Give us the strength to work for the good of all

humanity and against what is harmful to all of us

7. Let our children learn from our errors and work to

establish a safer, more peaceful and just world for

all.

8. Guide our leaders to make wise and fair decisions

9. Protect us from the kind of hate and intolerance

symbolized by the September 11 tragedy

10. Make us all among those who struggle for what is

just, good and beautiful.

11. Have mercy on all who have suffered from the

tragedy of September 11 and its aftermath: Americans,

Afghans, Iraqis, and many, many others.


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Marc, Oklahoma City - wrote on 9/17/2003 1:59:00 PM
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Comment: Wonderful note. God bless you all. IshaAllah. Marc.


ayaz, Dubai - wrote on 9/14/2003 3:01:29 PM
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Comment: INSHALLAH what we have just read about the Du'a, May we all put that in Practice and May Allah bless us all


Fatuma Mohamed, Minneapolis - wrote on 9/11/2003 6:15:43 PM
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Comment: Ameen. May Allah guide every one of us to the right path.


Uthman Baksh, - wrote on 9/11/2003 3:47:13 PM
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Comment: Ameen! I will; say this dua at Maghrib sallah on 9/11


Umar M. Adam, Kano, Nigeria - wrote on 9/11/2003 2:10:13 PM
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Comment: Ameen, may Allah forgive our sins together.


Mohammad Saeed, Daibgran, Pakistan - wrote on 9/11/2003 11:58:52 AM
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Comment: Jazaa Kallah for presenting such a good collection of prayers. References of prayers from the Quran and Hadith would add to their value.


Jarot Soesidarto, Jakarta, Indonesia - wrote on 9/11/2003 5:44:08 AM
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Comment: Insyaallah no more suspiciousness with our muslim brothers and sisters in America.


samina yousufuddin, columbia,sc - wrote on 9/13/2002 10:45:25 PM
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Comment: I would like to share this with my friends and neighbors who are americans today to show them that we support them and that we care and to pray for their loved ones who died in the September 11 attacks.


Sephorah, MD - wrote on 9/11/2002 11:58:35 AM
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Comment: Ameen.


Willa, MD - wrote on 9/11/2002 9:07:55 AM
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Comment: I would like to share this with my students today so that they will see that we all speak with one heart.


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