There are several ways that Prophet Mohamed (pbuh) had taught the Muslims on how to do salawat and what to say.
Some are as followed:
حَدَّثَنِي سَعِيدُ بْنُ يَحْيَى، حَدَّثَنَا أَبِي، حَدَّثَنَا
مِسْعَرٌ، عَنِ الْحَكَمِ، عَنِ ابْنِ أَبِي لَيْلَى، عَنْ كَعْبِ بْنِ
عُجْرَةَ ـ رضى الله عنه ـ قِيلَ يَا رَسُولَ اللَّهِ، أَمَّا السَّلاَمُ
Ibn Kathir introduced this saying:
Al-Bukhari said: "Abu Al-'Aliyah said: "Allah's Salah is His praising him before the angels, and the Salah of the angels is their supplication." Ibn 'Abbas said: "They send blessings." Abu 'Isa At-Tirmidhi said: "This was narrated from Sufyan Ath-Thawri and other scholars, who said: 'The Salah ...
The abbreviation "PBUH" is used in writing to make an abbreviation to the sentence "Peace Be Upon Him" because it seems to long for writing especially in a live conversation, but mainly it is used to remind you to pray for the prophet Muhammad "PBUH"
as you can notice i've tipped PBUH but when you read it in the flow of the text you say in your mind ...
This is not a question we have an answer for.
After death,you basically go to a completely different life.. which could not follow our mind-limited physical laws..
It's all from the knowledge of 'ghayb which we shouldn't put our noses in.
Just like asking " How can Jibreel have 600 wings ?" or " How can Allah talk to us all on the day of ...
Durood Shareef is often referred to in Arabic as as-salāh al-Ibrāhīmiyyah (Arabic: الصلاه الإبراهيميه) or salawāt. There are two commonly-used forms that you can use in your prayers after reciting the tashahhud just before ending your prayers. The full form of the tashahhud can be found in Islam Q&A's article "Wording of the tashahhud and sending ...
Allah says in the Qu'ran:
إِنَّ اللَّهَ وَمَلَائِكَتَهُ يُصَلُّونَ عَلَى النَّبِيِّ يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا صَلُّوا عَلَيْهِ وَسَلِّمُوا تَسْلِيمًا
Indeed, Allah and His Angels send blessings upon the Prophet. O you who believe! Send blessings on him and greet him (with) greetings.
In this ayat, Allah has ordered us to send ...
As others have mentioned, when Prophet name is mentioned, salutation/call for prayer is needed. Regardless of the need for Salawat or not, speaker can avoid such situation by doing it himself/herself once, and then refer to the prophet, without mentioning his name. Messenger of Allah, Prophet, Ar-Rasool Al-Akram, etc.
The full name of our beloved prophet(pbuh) is Abū al-Qāsim Muḥammad ibn ʿAbd Allāh ibn ʿAbd al-Muṭṭalib ibn Hāshim (Source Wiki)
Did you ever hear that before? I just copy pasted it.
Major misconception is that "Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam" is the extension of his name.
Sall + allahu + Alaihi + Wasallam = May Blessings + of Allah + be on him + along with ...
For the sake of this answer, I will split الصلاة على النبي into two parts or times:
In the Salat
Out of Salat
As for the first, a person must say what has been narrated from the Prophet, and there are many forms of الصلاة الابراهيمية narrated by the Prophet, one of which is in your question. But out of Salat the matter is flexible. Since الصلاة على النبي ...
Simply said the answer is because he deserves it (even if he might not need these prayers):
Sending prayers and blessings to the Prophet () is a honorific act and a way to pay respect to him! So it means honoring him, as Allah honored him out of all HIS Messengers, Prophets, Angels and all HIS Creation by the known verse from surat al-Ahzab (33-56).
The salutation صلى الله عليه وسلم can be used with any other prophet. Apparently classical scholars didn't make this distinction. For example, ibn Jarir al-Tabari (d. 310 AH) in his exegesis uses this salutation for:
لأن هوداً صلى الله عليه وسلم إنـما دعا قومه إلـى توحيد الله لـيغفر
قال إبراهيـم صلى الله عليه وسلم: فإن الله ...
A Muslim is supposed to ask Allaah to send salaah and salaam upon the Messenger of Allaah when he hears the mention of the Messenger of Allaah. The wisdom appears to be to keep tongues moist with the remembrance of Allaah and his messenger.
It would not befit the spirit of this practice to reduce it to a literal meaning, that if the Messenger's name was ...
We say صلى الله عليه وسلم after the name of Muhammad. Some people had invented abbreviations (like ص) for ease in writing and so when English literature on Islam was first produced they also adopted abbreviations in english. SAW was derived from the transliteration of the original salutation: Salla Allaahu ‘alayhi Wa Salaam, while the PBUH was derived from ...
According to the majority of scholars (the Hanafis, Malikis, and Hanbalis), saying the Salawat in the first tashahhud shouldn't be done.
The Hanafis say it requires Sajdah Sahu if you do it forgetfully. The Malikis would even say the Salah breaks if you do it intentionally.
The Shafiis, on the other hand, say that saying Salawat in the first tashahhud is ...
You are not obligated to since you're not a believer. But out of respect for our prophet (even if you don't believe in him) and for your Muslim readers (because some might take offense), it'd probably be better if you put "PBUH" after the Prophet's name :)
Using abbreviations like AS or PBUH or SAWS etc. is considered by many scholars (almost all Sunni scholars) as lazy and inappropriate as we are required to fully praise our prophet ():
Indeed, Allah confers blessing upon the Prophet, and His angels [ask Him to do so]. O you who have believed, ask [ Allah to confer] blessing upon him and ask [ Allah to ...
As Far As I know , the Jews of Khaibar were involved in the battle of Al Ahzab also known as the battle of the Trench , which was so intense that the Muslims were almost wiped out from their home base in Medina , and here I don't mean the Jewish residents of Medina , whom openly betrayed the prophet and were severely punished for it , but the attacking ...
Allah (ﷻ) said:
فاذكروني أذكركم ("remember Me, I will remember you") - Qur'an 2:152.
This applies to everyone, including the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ). He would remember Allah (ﷻ) often (more than anyone else who ever lived) and as promised, Allah (ﷻ) remembered him as a result by conferring blessings upon him.
Not just that, but the Prophet (ﷺ) said:
All Praise to Allah Subhanahu wa Taala and blessings of him be on Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him his family and companions
The Prophet (Sal Allaahu Alaiyhi wa Sallam) said:
“Send blessings upon me for your greeting will reach me no matter
where you are.” (Abu Dawood)
So no matter where ever you are as stated in above hadith,if in front of ...
All Praise to Allah Subhanahu wa Taala and blessings of Him be on Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him His family and companions
See these ahadith which would In Sha Allah clarify your doubt ,
قَالَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ ـ صلى الله عليه وسلم ـ " أَكْثِرُوا الصَّلاَةَ
عَلَىَّ يَوْمَ الْجُمُعَةِ فَإِنَّهُ مَشْهُودٌ تَشْهَدُهُ
الْمَلاَئِكَةُ وَإِنَّ أَحَدًا ...
Purity, being in a state of Wudu (tahara) is not a condition of reciting the Quran and by greater reason of anything else like the Durud. There is a prohibition of touching the mushaf (Quran) while in a state of najasa (impurity), which is not permitted according to the verse in Surah Al Waqi'ah:
And none may touch it except the pure (Al Waqi'ah ayah 79)
بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم
As you asked regarding reciting Durood or Salwat:
My question is that can one recite Durood while impure?Or Salawats
The answer could be considered as "yeah". Actually apparently you are allowed to recite Durood or Salavat during you are impure (Haidh or Jonob (wet dream) or ...)
In truth, in such positions it seems that the ...
The du'a' is valid however it's better to praise Allah and send salat, salam, and barak on Rasolullah(Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam).
There's a lesson from in a hadith about prayer, goes as follows :
Fodalah ibn Ubayd narrated...Rasolullah(Sallallahu Alaihi Wa Sallam) heard a man making du'a' during prayer. He did not glorify Allah, nor did he send salah ...