Jāliyat al-Kadr (Arabic: جالية الكدر‎, English: Removal of Distress) is a supplicatory poem where God is implored through the Prophet Muhammad and his companions who fought alongside him in the Battles of Badr and Uhud. It was written by Ja’far b. Ḥasan b. ‘Abd al-Karīm b. al-Sayyid Muḥammad b. ‘Abd al-Rasūl al-Barzanjī, the Shafite Mufti of Medina and author of the Mawlid al-Barzanjī. The Jāliyat al-Kadr was written in the 18th century when the Ottoman empire was in decline and the Muslim world was in a state of political and intellectual upheaval. It is an example of a Sunni devotional work on intercession.

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  • Jāliyat al-Kadr (Arabic: جالية الكدر‎, English: Removal of Distress) is a supplicatory poem where God is implored through the Prophet Muhammad and his companions who fought alongside him in the Battles of Badr and Uhud. It was written by Ja’far b. Ḥasan b. ‘Abd al-Karīm b. al-Sayyid Muḥammad b. ‘Abd al-Rasūl al-Barzanjī, the Shafite Mufti of Medina and author of the Mawlid al-Barzanjī. The Jāliyat al-Kadr was written in the 18th century when the Ottoman empire was in decline and the Muslim world was in a state of political and intellectual upheaval. It is an example of a Sunni devotional work on intercession. (en)
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  • 978-0-9563109-1-0
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  • Front cover of the English translation of Jaliyat al-Kadr. (en)
  • Back cover of the English translation of Jaliyat al-Kadr. (en)
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  • English translation of Jaliyat al-Kadr (en)
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  • Removal of Distress (en)
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  • Manaqib Press (en)
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  • Intercession and Supplication (en)
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  • Jāliyat al-Kadr (en)
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  • Abdul Aziz Ahmed (en)
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