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Assalamualikum everyone, 

I'm a shia in taqyah and my parents especially my mother is a shiahater "on the way of becoming a nasibi". I have read before about a dua by imam jafar al sadiq as about a duaa for nasibi parents so that may Allah would guide them to the truth, so is there a duaa like that? 

Oh and i desperately need everyone's prayers cause the pressure on me because of her doubts that i'm a shia is unbearable. Pray for me to have strength and patience. 

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1 hour ago, Fatimahlover said:

Assalamualikum everyone, 

I'm a shia in taqyah and my parents especially my mother is a shiahater "on the way of becoming a nasibi". I have read before about a dua by imam jafar al sadiq as about a duaa for nasibi parents so that may Allah would guide them to the truth, so is there a duaa like that? 

Oh and i desperately need everyone's prayers cause the pressure on me because of her doubts that i'm a shia is unbearable. Pray for me to have strength and patience. 

Salaam Alaykum Sister

Your situation is difficult. I always believe that kindness would solve problems especially toward parents. One dua that I always do in my problems is dual Tavassul, https://www.duas.org/tawassul.htm , this solves all my problems.

If you are in danger in case your parent know about you as Shia, keep doing Taqiyeh. It's hard. Inshaallah you will be fine. Try to avoid doubts on you as being Shia.

I pray for you. May Allah reward your resistance and guidance. Keep going

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On 8/29/2017 at 8:11 PM, Fatimahlover said:

Oh and i desperately need everyone's prayers cause the pressure on me because of her doubts that i'm a shia is unbearable. Pray for me to have strength and patience. 

Salam, Sister. How are you? Come back to ShiaChat and let us know that you are okay. Please read Ayatul Kursi and ask Allah SWT to protect you in your taqiyyah. Praying for your strength and patience.

I'm sure you know this, but other members might not. Ayatul Kursi is Holy Qur'an 2:255. This video is for those who can't read Arabic yet. Listen to it many times and inShaAllah you will memorize it. 

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