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Sultan Tells Shaykh Hisham Effendi to Pray on Him

Sultan al-Awliya

Mawlana Shaykh Nazim al-Haqqani

26 October 2010 Lefke, Cyprus

Mawlana Shaykh Nazim: (Mawlana Shaykh makes du`a in Turkish) (O Allah!) Make us to be of your righteous servants. Make us to be with saalih, righteous ones. O our Lord! Don't let this ummah to be crushed under the heavy burden of this life. Send a saahib for Your beloved's (s) ummah. Send a muslih, guide, to guide them. Send a sultan to destroy Shaytan's sultanate. You are the Qaadir, Muqtadir. Subhaan Sensin, Sultaan Sensin, Subhaan Sensin, Sultaan Sensin, Subhaan Sensin, Sultaan Sensin yaa Rabb!...yaa Rabbana, yaa Rabbana, yaa Rabbana. Fatihah.

Be comfortable. We miss you too, Shaykh Hisham. Pray on me.

Shaykh Hisham Effendi: You are better than before.

Mawlana Shaykh Nazim: We missed you. Hisham, bless me (pray on me). (Shaykh Hisham Effendi prays on Mawlana Shaykh for better health.) Blow in my mouth. (Shaykh Hisham Effendi blows in Mawlana Shaykh's mouth, twice.) Yaa Rabbee, yaa Allah! Huuuu Allah.

Eat something and go rest.

Shaykh Hisham Effendi: We ate in Beirut.

(Someone asks Mawlana Shaykh about his health.)

Mawlana Shaykh Nazim: For three days I had no food or drinks. Today I was able to drink soup, alhamdulillah. My throat cleared up a little bit. Before, what I ate or drank (I) couldn't swallow.

Shaykh Hisham Effendi: All are sending salaams to you, all (are) calling and praying for you, all mureeds from east and west (are) asking about you! All (are) affected by your condition. All (are) reading the wird you gave; all (are) reading it.

Mawlana Shaykh Nazim: Don't be afraid, that will be enough.

Shaykh Hisham Effendi: Every nation from east to west is asking about you and all people are very affected that you are in difficult health. They are reciting, Hasbun 'Llah, Rabbun 'Llah, and hasbun 'Llaha wa ni`ma 'l-wakeel.

Mawlana Shaykh Nazim: Allah will answer.

Shaykh Hisham Effendi: All people of Beirut send salaams, Dr. Bilal, Muhammad Khayr... .