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4 years 7 months ago #47 by Imam Rassi Society
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Ass salam a'likom wa rahmatullah allahoma salli 'ala mohamed wa ali mohamed thanks for you answer about taslim. Excuse me imam i have a question : Can i invoke Against an unjust wrong person in the qunut? (Like a gangster or wrong kafir?) And against the kuffar who fight muslim like tsahal who kill palestinian brothers or birmanie soldier who kille rohingas brother etc etc? Give me dou'a please which say in the qunut by ahl al bayt 'alayhom al salam for this situation please? Barakallah fik ghafarallah laka djazakumullah khayran.
wa alaykum as salaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu!

You are permitted to invoke Allah's curse against anyone; however, this must take place outside of the prayer. The qunut in the prayer are the supplications from the Qur'an. Any supplication in the prayer must be from the Qur'an. This is based upon the agreed upon statement of the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him and his progeny: ((Whenever we pray, it is not valid for one to say something from human speech. Rather, the prayer is glorification, praise, and recitation of the Qur’ān)).

As for the narrations in which Amir al-Mumineen (as) supplicated against Mu’awiya bin Abi Sufyaan, ‘Amr bin al-‘Ās, Abul-A’war as-Sulami and Abu Musa al-Asha’ri, our imams have said that this refers to the supplication after the tasleem.

There is a narrated statement from 'Ali (as) that you can recite after the tasleem:
اللهم إليك رفعت الابصار، وبسطت الايدي وأفضت القلوب، ودعيت بالالسن، وتحوكم إليك في الاعمال، اللهم افتح بيننا وبين قومنا بالحق وأنت خير الفاتحين، نشكو إليك غيبة نبينا وكثرة عدونا، وقلة عددنا، وتظاهر الفتن، وشدة الزمن، اللهم أعنا بفتح تعجله، ونصر نعزبه، وسلطان حق تظهره، اله الخلق آمين

You can also follow Ali's example and supplicate against your enemies by name and say: ...اللهم العن "O Allah curse...(mention the name of the person and the name of their father)" For example, so-n-so the son of so-n-so. But once again, this is after the tasleem and not before.

And Allah knows best!

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