Waḥdah means unity. This supplication asks AllahThe proper name of God in Islam and in Arabic, referring to all of His perfect attributes at once. This name is a proper noun, and no other entity or being is allowed to have... More for unity, peace, strength, and harmony within the Muslim community, and asks for Allah’s mercy.
The Prophet (ṣ)An abbreviation for the Arabic ‘Ṣallā Allāhu ʿalayhi wa Āle hi wa-sallam’, which translates to: ‘Peace and blessings be upon him and his family - it is written after the name of Prophet Muḥammad (ṣ)... More prepared this supplication when he conquered Mecca to maintain unity among the Muslims and people of Mecca.
It is recommended to be recited daily after each prayer – whether individually or in congregation.