Just what had happened at Taraweeh Prayer?

(First day at Ramadan)

At the end of Taraweeh Prayer, we were asking Allah to help Palestinians in Jerusalem and protect Al-Aqsa Mosque, stand with Muslims in the entire world especially Muslims at Burma and unite the Islamic and the Arab nations. Meanwhile we were going to finish asking but Al-Imam suddenly started to say:

“O Allah! Help the weak and oppressed believers in Syria.”

“O Allah! We seek Your protection and Your promise. O Allah! Bring down Your help and support, You are their helper and supporter, and for You they will fight”

“Please grant Justice to Bashaar and his army in this world O Allah! Please I ask You I ask You Only for Justice please destroy the Oppressors.”

“Oh Allah! Revealer of the Book, Controller and Dominator of the clouds, Defeater of the armies of Your enemies…defeat them and make the ground shake beneath their feet, and show us in them the wonders of Your Might, for they are weak before You. O Mighty, O Powerful!”

“O Allah! They are helpless, so help them”

“O Allah! We want Your help against them and seek Your protection against their atrocities”

“Our Lord! Pour upon them patience, make them steadfast, and grant them victory over the oppressor the Disbelievers.”

“O Allah! They are in urgent need of Your Mercies. O Allah! They are in urgent need of Your Mercies. O Allah! They are in urgent need of Your Mercies, so send upon them Your Mercies. O Most Merciful, O Most Kind, so send upon them Your Mercies O Most Merciful, O Most Kind”

The mosque has echoed with the word Ameen. This word has got out from our deep hearts. The mosque windows were about to crack, our hands were shaking strongly.

Everyone started to cry we were busy in our lives and forget our brothers and sisters at Syria. We had forgotten to pray for them. We are so sorry Syria, May Allah forgive us. Thank you Ramadan, you made us remember our brothers and sisters at Syria…

Surprisingly, policemen were outside the mosque they wanted eagerly to know why people were saying Ameen. Yes Ameen, this strong word which approaches the ears of the police, would also approach, as we wish, the ears of Syrian people.

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