As-Siratu-l Mustaqim

Being able to walk on “As-Siratu-l Mustaqim – The Straight Path” is the only protection for believers from the fires of hell on the Day of Judgement. In the same way, the protection of Muslims from the hells of this world lies in their ability to keep the straightness of their path.



Bismillahi r-Rahmani r-Rahim

Sultan ul-Awliya Mawlana Shaykh Muhammad Nazim Al-Haqqani An-Naqshibandi ق , Sohbat of the 11th of December, 2012.


If they keep straight, Allah (swt) will correct their situation. If they do not keep straight, He (swt) will take revenge. 

“Istaqimu”/keep straight the Prophet (ﷺ) used to say. He was indicating to them to keep straight lines. Istiqamat. If there is no istiqamat/straightness there is no righteousness for anyone, never! There must be Istiqama/straightness “Fastaqim Kama Umirta” (11:112) Jalla Jalaluhu addressing the Prophet (ﷺ): “So be straight as you have been commanded”(11:112) ”Surat Hud made me gray” said the Prophet (ﷺ). From the glory of the addressing, the holy verse from Surat Hud “Fastaqim Kama Umirta” (11:112) The earths & the heavens all of them tremble from this addressing. 

Be straight Allah (swt) will correct your situation. If there is no straightness, never! May Allah (swt) protect us. Fatiha. 

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Bismillah Al Rahman Al Rahim. Therefore Allah (swt) Jalla Jalalahu says…. “The Way of those on whom You have bestowed Your Grace. Not the way of those who earn Your anger nor of those who go astray.”(1:7) Istiqamat. Our Lord wants a straight man in order to guide him. If he is not  straight shaytan is guiding him. Istaqimu! Stand straight! Rasul Allah (ﷺ) used to say. He used to address the sahabas to keep straight, it is the biggest miracle Rajulun Mustaqim/ a straight man it is the highest honour for them in this world & in the Hereafter. It is enough for all the worlds. Fatiha. 

“Guide us to the Straight Way.” (1:6) 40 times in 40 rakaats we recite “Ahdina As-Sirata Al-Mustaqima” (1:6) “Sirata Al-Ladhina An`amta Alayhim Ghayr al Maghdub Alayhim Wala Ad-Dallina”(1:7) Allahu Ya Rabbi…. What can we do, we are weak. Bismillahi Al Rahman Al Rahim “Ar-Rahman  Ar-Rahim, Maliki Yawmi Ad-Dini”(1:3-4) “Iyaka Na`budu Wa Iyaka Nasta`inu” (1:5) “Ahdina As-Sirata Al-Mustaqima” (1:6) “Sirata Al-Ladhina An`amta Alayhim Ghayr al Maghdub Alayhim Wala Ad-Dallina”(1:7) Amin, amin. Istaqimu! 

The highest miracle for the servant is to be straight. The biggest honour in this world & in the Hereafter is for whomever keeps straightness in all his matters, of this world or the Hereafter. Allahu Akbar! Istiqamat wa Astaqim/ Straightness & keep straightness. Be straight, it is enough. The ones who are not straight, are unbelievers. It pulls them towards unbelief & being lost, if there is no Istiqama. 

May Allah (swt) protect us, protect us  O Lord…We cannot do anything. If we recite 40 times “Nasta`inu Billah/ We ask help from Allah(swt), we will be from the straight ones. “Ahdina As-Sirata Al-Mustaqima” (1:6) “The Way of those on whom You have bestowed Your Grace. Not the way of those who earn Your anger nor of those who go astray.”(1:7) “Guide us to the Straight Way.”(1:6) This is a teaching to ask our Lord to be from the mustaqimin/straight ones. 

There is no Istiqama/straightness in our days now. We have washed our hands from Istiqama/straightness and we placed our hands in everything that is impure. A straight man is free from every impurity from the physical & spiritual, of this world & the other. “Verily the polytheists are impure.” (9:28) The polytheist, the ones who are not straight; it means that they are polytheist. Because he places himself in partnerhip to the orders of Allah (awj) by following his own personal orders and this makes him place himself in partnership to Allah (swt). Hasha! 

La Ilah illa Allah La Sharika La Lahu Al Mulku Wa Lahu Al  Hamd, Wa Huwa ‘ala Kulli Shay’in Qadir. Protect us & forgive us & have mercy on us, if they believe in one God and are Muslims. Ya Rabbi as You like & accept from us Ya Rabbi. 

Fatiha. 



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