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When will you read Hasbunallahu wa Nimal Wakil?

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Allah is called Wakil here. Wakil means guardian. When people entrust themselves to Allah in a moment of crisis, Allah Himself takes care of them and solves the problem.

Similarly, Surah Tawba verse 59 says, 'If they had been satisfied with what Allah and His Messenger had given them, it would have been said, and if they had said, Allah is sufficient for us. Allah will surely grant us soon from His grace and grant His Messenger; We are devotees of Allah. (Surah Tawba, verse 59)

Again, in the last verse of Surah Tawba, Allah says, 'Then if they turn away, then say, Allah is sufficient for me; There is no god but Him. I depend on Him and He is the Lord of the Great Throne.' (Surah Tawba, verse: 129)

Virtues of Hasbunallahu wa Ni'mal Wakil

Ibn Abbas (RA) said, when Ibrahim (A.S.) was thrown into the pit of fire, he said – HasbunAllahu wa Nimal Wakil. As a result he was saved. That burning fire had cooled down for him. Muhammad (pbuh) then said, 'When the people said, the (infidel) people have gathered to confront you. So you fear them.

But this increased their faith and they said – Hasbunallahu wa nimal wakil. That is, Allah is sufficient for us and He is the best ruler.' Companions practiced this prayer during the Battle of Khandak. When the Companions came to know that 10,000 soldiers were coming to besiege the city of Madinah, they still prayed to Allah for help saying – Hasbunallahi wa nimal wakil. (Bukhari: 4563-4564)

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