Wa Kafaa be-Rabbeka Haadiyaw wa Naseeran (Surat ul-Furqaan-31) - All-Sufficient is Allaah Ta'aala as a Guide and a Helper
  Waaqe'ah of Addaas offering Grapes to Rasoolullaah (saws) at Taa'if

While eating grapes of the garden of Waleed bin ‘Utbah, Rasoolullaah (saws) did du’aa and that carried hikmat which resulted khidmat ud-Da’wat in the progeny of Waleed.  Every grape is the khidmat of Da’i ul-Mutlaq in Yaman that started with the 5th Da’i Saiyedna ‘Ali bin Mohammad (aq) who did Da’wat from 605 AH till 612 AH.  There will be ad-Du’aat ul-Mutlaqeen from the Aal of Waleed who will become the guardian of Faatemi Da’wat and will call mumineen to Imaam uz-Zamaan (as), the children of 21st Imaam Maulaana Abul Qaasim Taiyeb (as).

If someone is inflicted with fear, terror, injustice and oppression and is faced with the attacks of an enemy, he should recite this Du’aa of Rasoolullaah (saws) to get refuge, solace and grace from Allaah Ta’aala.  Wrong-doers are always up in arms against the faithful mumineen and they always try to belittle or traumatize the followers of Haqq.  Mumineen should make such Du’aas their weapons to combat the evils which seen or unseen.

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Transliteration: Allaahumma elayka Ashku Zo’afa Quwati wa Qillata Heelati, wa Hawaani ‘alan Naase yaa Arham ar-Raahemin. Anta Rabb ul-Mustaz’afin wa Anta Rabbi elaa man Takeloni,  elaa Ba’aeedin Yatajahhamoni am elaa ‘Aduvim Mallaktahu Amri, in lam Yakun beka Ghazabun ‘alaiya falaa Obaali, walaakin ‘Aafeyatoka Heya Awsa’oli, A’uzo be Noore Wajhekallazi Ashraqat lahuz Zolomaato wa Salaha ‘Alayhe Amar ud-Duniyaa wal Aakherate min an Yanzela bi Ghazaboka aw Yahilla ‘Alayya Sakhatoka, lakal ‘Utbaa hattaa Tarzaa, Walaa Huwla wala Quwata illa beka.

Translation: O Allaah, I complain about my diminished strength to You and I complain to You about my scanty resources and despicableness on the people, O the Merciful of the most Merciful ones. Only You are the Lord of the Weak (people) and my Lord. Where will you direct me to seek (help)? Towards the one who would express displeasure (over me)? Or towards an enemy who would empower me? No. No. O Allaah, if you are not angry over me then I don’t care anyone. But Your remission is vast and better for me. With the intercession of the Noor of Your Face due to which all darkness has vanished; and the affairs of the Deen and Duniyaa have been restored; and You protect me from Your Anger and Annoyance. I will keep on pleasing you unless you are pleased with me. There is no Power and Decree except You.

  Waaqe'ah (Event) of Taa'if:

19th ad-Da’i ul-Mutlaq Saiyedna Idrees ‘Imaaduddin saheb (aq) describes the journey of Mohammad Rasoolullaah (saws) to Taa’if in his work ‘Uyoon ul-Akhbaar and says that, Due to the Zulm and hardships of Quraysh meted out on Rasoolullaah (saws) after the sad demise of both of his supporters and well-wishers, his wife Maulaatona Khadeejah al-Kubraa (ra) and his uncle Maulaana Abu Taalib (ra), in the tenth year after becoming Nabi, he left Makkah for the short period of a month and went to Taa’if.  Here too Rasoolullaah (saws) was harassed as he propagated the divine message of True religion of Islaam.  No one answered his call but instead the people of Saqeef tribe instigated others to attack Rasoolullaah (saws) by every means possible.  With this he was bleeding with saddened heart and was thirsty in scorching heat sat under a tree near the orchard of Rabi’ah.

‘Utbah and Shaybah were the two sons of Rabi’ah bin ‘Abd-e-Shams and Waleed was the son of ‘Utbah who were killed in the Battle of Badr and were the arch-enemies of Rasoolullaah (saws).  ‘Utbah and Shaybah saw Rasoolullaah (saws) taking refuge and resting beneath a tree but were unaware about his identity.  They found him disturbed and tried to help him.  They called their Nasraani servant “Addaas” and ordered him to take bunch of grapes in a plate and offer it to eat to Rasoolullaah (saws).

Addaas did as per the instructions and said Rasoolullaah (saws) to eat from those grapes.   When Rasoolullaah (saws) started eating grapes he said, “Bismillaah” and recited certain kalemaat of Du’aa.  When Rasoolullaah (saws) ate several grapes and stopped, Addaas looked upon his Nooraani face and said that, I haven’t listened such Kalemaat from anyone in this town.  Rasoolullaah (saws) asked him, O Addaas, Which is your home-town?  Which religion you follow?  He answered, I am Nasraani and I am from Naynawa.  Rasoolullaah (saws) informed him that, It is the same place from where the noble man Yunus bin Mattaa was.  Addaas exclaimed, Do you know who is Yunus bin Mattaa?  Rasoolullaah (saws) replied, He is my brother, he was Nabi and so am I.  Addaas immediately prostrated at the feet of Rasoolullaah (saws) and started kissing it.  He kissed on the forehead, hands and again on the feet.

When one of the sons of Rabi’ah saw this he said to his brother, what has happened to your servant, is something wrong with him?  After doing khidmat of Rasoolullaah (saws), Addaas returned.  Both of them said, Pity on you O Addaas, why were you kissing feet and hands of that man?  Addaas replied, O my master!  On this land nothing is more appreciable than him, as he has told me about such thing which no one knows but only Ambiyaa.  They said in despair, “O Addaas!  We fear that he (Rasoolullaah (saws)) has taken you away from your Deen.”

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