Bismillaah ar-Rahman ar-Raheem
Amanar-rasulu bima unzila ilayhi min rabbihi wal-muminun
Kullun amana billahi wa mala ikatihi wa kutubihi wa rusulih
La nufarriqu bayna ahadin min rusulih
Wa qalu sami’na wa a-ta’na ghufranaka rabbana wa ilaykal masir
La yukallifullahu nafsan illa wus’aha
Laha ma kasabat wa alayha maktasabat
Rabbana la tu akhidhna in nasina au akhta’na
Rabbana wa la tahmil alayna isran kama
Hamaltahu alalladhina min qablina
Rabbana wa la tuhammilna ma la taqata lanabih
Wa’fu anna, waghfir lana, warhamna
Anta maulana fansurna alal-qaumil-kafirin
Saddaqallah hul Azim
In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful.
The Apostle, and the believers with him,
believe in what has been bestowed upon him from on high
by his Sustainer: they all believe in God, and His angels,
and His revelations, and His apostles,
making no distinction between any of His apostles; and they say:
“We have heard, and we pay heed. Grant us Thy forgiveness, O our Sustainer,
for with Thee is all journeys’ end!
“God does not burden any human being with more than he is well able to bear:
in his favor shall be whatever good he does,
and against him whatever evil he does.
“O our Sustainer! Take us not to task if we forget or unwittingly do wrong!
“O our Sustainer! Lay not upon us a burden such as Thou didst lay upon those
who lived before us!
O our Sustainer! Make us not bear burdens which we have no strength to bear!
“And efface Thou our sins, and grant us forgiveness, and bestow Thy mercy upon us!
Thou art our Lord Supreme: succor us, then, against people why deny the truth!”
Allah, the Most High, speaks the truth.
If one recites only a portion of a surah, it is necessary to say at the end of the selection:
Saddaqallah hul Azim (Allah, the Most High, Speaks the truth.)
Translated by Muhammad Asad