During the ‘cleansing of the house’, Usul’s wife Chani gives birth to the children of Dune, Leto II and Ghanima. Meanwhile, Paul’s sister Alia oversees the removal of threats to Maud’dib and House Atreides.
Inama nushif Al asir hiy ayish Lia-anni Zaratha zarati Hatt al-hudad Al-maahn al-baiid Ay-yah idare Adamm malum Inama nishuf al a sadarr Eann zaratha zarati Kali bakka a tishuf ahatt Al hudad alman dali
She is eternal No malice can touch Singular and ageless Perpetually bound Through the tempest be it deluge or sand a singular voice speaks through the torrent Forever her voice sings through the ages eternally bound Sacrifice is her gift one that cannot be equaled
‘Inama nushif’ is from the soundtrack to the 2003 SciFi channel miniseries ‘Frank Herbert’s Children of Dune‘. Sung by Azam Ali, the lyrics and score were both written by Brian Tyler.
Wikipedia (currently) claims that Brian pieced the lyrics together from fragments of the Fremen tongue that appear throughout the Dune novels; however, Hairy Ticks of Dune disputes this, which just goes to show you shouldn’t believe everything you read on the innerwebz.
Wherever the truth lies, this montage is undeniably beautiful.