Ya ayyuha allatheena amanoo ittaqoo Allaha waibtaghoo ilayhi alwaseelata wajahidoo fee sabeelihi laAAallakum tuflihoona

 “O YOU who have attained to faith! Remain conscious of God, and seek a means (waseela) to  Him, and strive hard in His cause, so that you might attain to a happy state.” Quran:5:35 

Nade-Ali is a very popular dua which is reported to have been brought by the angel Gabriel to the Holy Prophet of Isalm on the day of Khaibar.According to some sources it was first revealed to the Holy Prophet at the battle of Ohad.Both Sunni and Shia recite Nade-ali.But the Wahhabi Sunni reject it saying that one should seek help only from Allah and that the Prophet of Islam would never call any one apart from Allah as it incurs to clear polytheism.But the point is, it was not Prophet of Isalm who made Nade-Ali,to the contrary it was Allah himself who ordered angel Gabriel to reveal Nade-Ali to the Holy Prophet (saws) and commanded him (saws) to seek help through it.Now, the point is, would Allah like us seeking help from other than himself. Seeking answer from Allah himself would be better.The Holy Quran says,

“Wama lakum la tuqatiloona fee sabeeli Allahi waalmustadAAafeena mina alrrijali waalnnisai waalwildani allatheena yaqooloona rabbana akhrijna min hathihi alqaryati alththalimi ahluhawaijAAal lana min ladunka waliyyan waijAAal lana min ladunka naseeran”

“ And why should ye not fight in the cause of Allah and of those who, being weak, are ill-treated (and oppressed)?- Men, women, and children, whose cry is: “Our Lord! Rescue us from this town, whose people are oppressors; and raise for us from thee one who will protect; and raise for us from thee one who will help!”  Quran:Surah-Nisa,verse-75

According to the above verses when the people of Mosses were suppressed to the extreme limit, they prayed to Allah to send them a helper (naseera) in response to which Allah appointed Moses as their helper.The logical outcome of the above verse is that we can seek help from anyone who is appointed by Allah.Quran does not allow us to seek help (naseera) from every Tom, Dick and Harry.We should seek help from only those who are sanctioned by Allah as helpers (naseera).The Holy Quran further says,

“Waqul rabbi adkhilnee mudkhala sidqin waakhrijnee mukhraja sidqin waijAAal lee min ladunka sultanan naseeran”

 “Say (O’ Muhammad): “O my Lord! Let my entry be by the Gate of Truth and Honour, and likewise my exit by the Gate of Truth and Honour; and grant me from Thy Presence an authority to help (me).” Quran:Surah:Bani Isriel,verse-80

In the above verse the Almighty Allah is asking the Holy to Prophet of Islam to pray to him for appointing a powerful helper (sultanan naseera).But if we take Wahhabi’s view,then Allah is not allowed to say so. He (God) cannot and should not say so. The Wahhabi  simply want Allah to behave in their prescribed manner. And they don’t want to go according to what Allah says. A Muslim is the one who submits his soul to Allah’s wish and not the contrary. When the Holy Prophet of Islam recited the above verses then the almighty Allah send the angel Gabriel with Nade-Ali for the Holy Prophet of Islam.The synchronicity of Nade-Ali with the above verses is a clear proof of the authenticity of the above argument.I quote the Nade-Ali original for the readers themselves to decide,

“ORasool (saw)! Call upon Ali (as) for all the wonders are revealed from Him. You will find Ali (as) to be your helper in every hardship. All the sufferings and worries will be removed by the help of Ali (as).With the help of Ali (as)! With the help of Ali (as)! With the help of Ali (as)!”

By reciting Nade-Ali, the Holy Prophet of Islam proved to the Muslim nation that Imam Ali (as) is really helpful in adverse conditions for Quran prohibits seeking help from those who are unfit to help.The Holy Quran says,

Wala tadAAu min dooni Allahi ma la yanfaAAuka wala yadurruka fain faAAalta fainnaka ithan mina alththalimeena

 “‘Nor call on any, other than Allah.- Such will neither profit thee nor hurt thee: if thou dost, behold! thou shalt certainly be of those who do wrong.'”                                                                                                       Quran:10:106 
In Surah ‘Hud’ of the Holy Qurah God says that he reveals (wahy) the one full of grace (zul-fazl) on those who believe.The verses is as follows,

Waani istaghfiroo rabbakum thumma tooboo ilayhi yumattiAAkum mataAAan hasanan ila ajalin musamman wayuti kulla thee fadlin fadlahu wain tawallaw fainee akhafu AAalaykum AAathaba yawmin kabeerin

  “(And to preach thus), ‘Seek ye the forgiveness of your Lord, and turn to Him in repentance; that He may grant you enjoyment, good (and true), for a term appointed, and send(wahy) the one endowed with abounding grace (zul-fazl) on all who abound in merit! But if ye turn away, then I fear for you the penalty of a great day.” Quran:11:3
The question is, why do God needs a media to help someone.And ,who is the one endowed with grace who is bestowed on the believers.Ibne-Mardawaya, a sunni scholar, proved that ‘Zul-Fazl’ refers to Imam Ali (as).There are many hadith among the shia which says that Imam Ali (as) is ‘Zul-Fazl.’

It  is established according to Quran and Hadith that Nade-Ali is authentic.If somebody still find Nade-Ali repulsive,then the following verse from the Holy Quran is the answer,

“They are (men) whom Allah hath cursed: And those whom Allah Hath cursed, thou wilt find(tajido), have no one to help(naseera).” Quran:Nisa,verse-52

Those who don’t accept the helper appointed by the almighty Allah are cursed by Him for rejecting his appointed helper (naseera).Finally, the Holy Quran says,

“waman lam yahkum bima anzala Allahu faolaika humu alkafiroona”

 “If any do fail to judge by what Allah hath revealed, they are Unbelievers.” Quran:5:44

“Walyahkum ahlu alinjeeli bima anzala Allahu feehi waman lam yahkum bima anzala Allahu faolaika humu alfasiqoona”

” Let the people of the Gospel judge by what Allah hath revealed therein. If any do fail to judge by what Allah hath revealed, they are those who rebel.” Quran:5:47