Translation, ‘Supplication for relief’.
A supplication issued by Direct translation: Leader. In Sunni Islam, Imāms are the leaders of the Muslim community who lead prayers, provide guidance and help run communities. In the Shi’ah faith, the Imāms are the infallible, divinely appointed leaders... More al-Mahdī An abbreviation for the Arabic ‘Ajjallāhu ta’ālā farajahu Shareef’, which translates to ‘May Allah, the Exalted, hasten his noble reappearance.’ Follows the name of the 12th Imām, al-Mahdī (ʿaj), and is written as a sign... More to one of his followers.
The supplication discusses the trial Muslims face with the occultation of Imam al-Mahdi, sends greetings to the Translates to ‘People of the Household.’ In Islam, this phrase refers to the household of Prophet Muḥammad (ṣ). Most commonly, its meaning is confined to the Maʿsūmin (infallibles) - including Prophet Muḥhammad's daughter Fāṭimah azl-Zahra,... More, implores God to support the recite, and emphasizes the rights/position of the Infallibles.