Difference in tawiz copies


Salaam alaykum,

My question is regarding the tawiz which is in general circulation, either to wear round the neck, or embroidery, badges, photos and stickers etc.

On some copies it contains the name if Sayiduna Isa alayhi salaam and on some it does not. Please can you explain the reason for this?

Also, when it is recited in Arabic, after “Ya Musta’an”, should it be recited as “Ya Allah” or Ba Allah”?

In some copies there is one dot (Ba) and in some copies there is two dots (Ya). The copy on this website has one dot:

I have some old tawiz stickers which clearly have two dots.

Please can you tell me which is the correct way it should be recited. And if it is a mistake in the printing, should it be corrected?

JazakAllah khair.
Salaam alaykum.


Wa `alaykum salam

These are copyist errors. I have not seen the version with Sayyidina `Isa (as) in it. Also correct is “Ya Musta`an, Ya Allah“. In-sha-Allah we will rectify this on the website.

Taher Siddiqui

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