I was holding my 8 month old female cousin in my arms. And she was dying. When she was dead in my arms I started holding her tighter and crying with deep sadness. Her mother was looking at me, and I don’t think she realized the baby died. My father was standing next to me and I think he told met to recite SurahMulk for her. I didn’t have a Quran to read from and wasn’t sure if I memorized it properly, so I start looking for a Quran to read. Then SurahMulk was in front of me in an old-antique appearance on paper, written in letters that didn’t show clear. So I couldn’t read it properly and I don’t think I could finish the Surah. Then the baby came back to life. I can’t remember if it was before or after we tried to recite SurahMulk that she came back to life.
a`udhu billah mina ‘sh-shaytani ‘r-rajeem
Bismillahi ‘r-Rahmani ‘r-Raheem
Try to learn and recite Surat al-Mulk (Tabarak). In the Naqshbandi Way, it is traditionally recited after Zhuhr and`Isha prayers.
Abdullah Ibn `Abbas reported that the Prophet (s) said, “It is my desire/love that Surat al-Mulk should be in the heart of every Muslim” (Hakim).
Dr. Karim Tourk