Hasbi Allahu Wa Ne’mal Wakil!

9 02 2008
 “Hasbi Allahu wa ne’mal wakil.”

“Allah is sufficient for me and is the best trustee of affairs.”

 Those (i.e. believers) unto whom the people (hypocrites) said, “Verily, the people (pagans) have gathered against you (a great army), therefore, fear them.” But it (only) increased them in Faith, and they said: HasbunAllah wa Ni’mal Wakil“:Allâh (Alone) is Sufficient for us, and He is the Best Disposer of affairs (for us).” (173) So they returned with Grace and Bounty from Allâh. No harm touched them; and they followed the good Pleasure of Allâh. And Allâh is the Owner of Great Bounty. (174) It is only Shaitân (Satan) that suggests to you the fear of his Auliyâ’ [supporters and friends ,so fear them not, but fear Me, if you are (true) believers.

(English translation of the Qur’an 3:172-175)
Allahu Akbar!

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7 responses

9 02 2008
Bubbles

Allahu akbar!

Beautiful! Love the phrase, especially how reciting it doubles as dua and zikir.

*Assalamu’alaikum Umm Yusuf, long time no read, :)

9 02 2008
dontbesadblog

Asalaamu alikum wa rahmatullah,

Jazak’allah khair for sharing this beautiful reminder. It is curious that I post on a similar topic and have chose a similar photograph to illustrate- you have good taste!

Wa salaamu alikum wa rahmatullah

Dont be sad

10 02 2008
Anonymous

As Salaamu ALaikum:

Beautiful sis. I just love picture as well.
:)

11 02 2008
adikbongsu

Assalamu’alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh,

Subhanallah…I love this entry! :)

Jazakillah khairan ya ukhti….*hugs*

20 02 2008
alqamardesigns

Allahu Akbar, Allah is sufficient for us! this ayaat proper gives you hope to stay strong, and makes you realise the only ONE to be feared is Allah SWT

1 01 2009
Syed Ishtiaq Hussain

Assalamu’alaikum

i was wondering if anyone accurately knew the difference between saying “Hasbi Allahu” and HasbunAllah”. do they both have the same meaning or is there any difference between the two? if anyone can correctly answer my query i wud be very grateful. jazak’Allah khair

30 01 2009
bintashraf

Assalamu alaykum,

Great post, thanks for sharing.

Brother Syed: Hasbi Allahu with an ‘i’ means Allah is sufficient for ‘me’. And Hasbun Allah with the ‘nu’ means Allah is sufficient for ‘us’.
Basically the ‘i’ at the end of a noun or word in Arabi (that sounds like e) means ‘me’ or ‘my’. And the ‘na’ in Arabi and the end of a word means ‘we’ or ‘us’.

I hope this explanation is clear.

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