Allahu Allahu Rabbi Laa Ushriku Bihi Shaiya
Allahu Allahu Rabbi Laa Ushriku Bihi Shaiya

Allahu Allahu Rabbi Laa Ushriku Bihi Shaiya Full Meaning In English

Allahu Allahu Rabbi laa ushriku bihi shaiya is a short and beautiful Dua for anguish, extremely pain, either of body or mind; and Dua for distress.


Allahu Allahu Rabbi La Ushriku In Arabic Text

Here is Allahu Allahu Rabbi in Arabic text,

اللَّهُ اللَّهُ رَبِّي لاَ أُشْرِكُ بِهِ شَيْئاً


Allaahu Allaahu Rabbee laa ‘ushriku bihi shay’an.

Allahu Allahu Rabbi Laa Ushriku Bihi Shaiya Meaning In English

Allah, Allah is my Lord. I do not associate anything with Him.


Hadith On Allahu Allahu

In the Hadeeth of Asmaa’ bint ‘Umays, may Allaah be pleased with her, he said:“ Shall I not teach you some words to say when distressed?” This, from him, was inciting hertowards that which was beneficial and making her long for it. So when her hearts began to desire that, he taught her, saying:

Say: ‘Allah, Allah; (he is) my Lord. I do not associate anything with Him. ’This is a treatment for grief.

Allahu Allahu Rabbi Laa Ushriku Bihi Shaiya

Brief Explanation Of This Dua

Allaah, Allaah; (He is) my Lord. I do not associate anything with Him.

The first mention of: ‘Allah…’ is the subject (of the sentence). The second (mention) is a linguistic emphasis for it, due to the greatness of the affair and the magnificence of the status (of Allaah); and it is the Tawheed of Allaah and making the religion purely for Him.

‘Allaah, Allaah…’ Repeat this statement twice so that it fills the heart while reflecting upon it.


Allaah, Allaah; (He is) my Lord…’The meaning of: ‘Allaah’ is the Possessor of divinity and the Possessor of the servitude of all of His creation; the One to Who all of the various types of acts of obedience are given.

Who is Allaah? Who is the true object of worship? He said: ‘(He is) My Lord.’‘…Allaah; (He is) my Lord…’The meaning of his statement:‘…Allaah; (He is) my Lord…’

The meaning of this is: My worship, my attention, my objective, my object of refuge, my reliance, all is upon my Lord Who has created me.


The meaning of ‘…my Lord…’ is (as follows): The Lord is the Creator, the Provider, the Bestower, the One who controls and dictates the affairs of all of His creation.

The One Who, in His hand are (all) vital affairs; the Blessed and High. This is the meaning of the statement of Allaah the Mighty and Majestic: “O mankind! Worship your Lord.‘

…I do not associate anything with Him. ’This contains disassociation from polytheism.

So the treatment for grief is sincerity of Tawheed and disassociation from Shirk, by the servant placing reliance upon his Lord, the Glorified and High, in all of his calamities and all of his affairs and important matters.His statement: ‘

…I do not associate…’ contains disassociation from Shirk.

Shirk is making something other than Allaah to be equal with Him in anything from that which is specific to the Lord, the Mighty and Majestic; whether in Lordship, Divinity, or Names and Attributes.

‘…I do not associate anything with Him. …anything…’ Here, this word is indefinite within the context of the negation; so it is general.

Meaning: I do not associate anything with Him at all; (whether) anything small or large; minute or enormous. So this contains disassociation from all Shirk.

So when the Muslim says this great statement the stress leaves him; because his heart is preoccupied with the greatest of affairs and the most obligatory of obligations; the loftiest of objectives and the greatest of goals; and that it the Tawheed of Allaah.

So there will not remain within him any place for anxiety because one is preoccupied with Tawheed and Eemaan and Sincerity for the Magnificent Lord, Glorified and Exalted be He.

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