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What exactly is the philosophy behind sending blessings and prayer to our prophet in case of Allah and the angels?

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 '...
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How does the prophet of Islam respond to 'salat' he receives?

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 '...
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Why Shia and Sunnis Salat is different

Like any other contentious issue between the sects, this is not an easy question. Each opinion has sources for their preferred way. But like Muhammad Naveed Ashiq mentioned Shias rely on traditions ...
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Why we make salat for the prophet?

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 ...
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Proper words of Durood-e-Ibraheem

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 ...
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Why we make salat for the prophet?

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 ...
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Why Shia and Sunnis Salat is different

As Shia religion is based on teaching on IMAM JAFFAR SADIQ(AS) and Imam(AS) is the grandson of IMAM ALI (AS).. The way RASOOL ALLAH (SAWW) teaches to Mola Ali (AS) they delivered to their grandson ...
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What should be done when the name of Holy prophet is repeated several times in a khutba?

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 ...
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What is the difference between PBUH and SAW in usage?

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 ...
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Why is it Mandatory to say “Peace be upon Him” whenever mentioning the Prophets name but not Subhanahu wa ta'ala whenever mentioning Allah’s name?

The prophet specifically condemned those who don’t send salam to him after mentioning him: Allah’s messenger said: “May he be abased he who does not invoke a blessing on me when I am mentioned in his ...
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Is it possible to say Salawat in the first Tashahhud?

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 ...
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Should a non-Muslim write PBUH after the names of prophets and messengers?

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 ...
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Is this durood enough?

Allahumma salli wa sallim alaa nabbiyina Muhammad This is a complete durood and it doesn't require ﷺ after it. But if you are just mentioning the name of Muhammadﷺ then write at least ﷺ with it. In ...
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Are we supposed to say 'Alaihi Salam' on any Prophet's name during recitation of the Quran?

While reciting the Holy Quran, it is not necessary to say Alayhi salam. No one becomes sinful if he doesn't say AlaihiSalam
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Difference between صَلِّ and بَارِكْ after the tashahhud

Best to ask this question to an Arabic scholar. Per my own ijtihad (independent reasoning - take it with a grain of salt until you get confirmation from a scholar), it seems that the word صَلِّ is ...
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Is the letters AS exclusive?

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, ...
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Was the Battle of Khaibar was pre emptive?

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 ...
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What exactly is the philosophy behind sending blessings and prayer to our prophet in case of Allah and the angels?

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 ...
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Is reciting darood/salawat in front of Prophet Muhammad's peace be upon him grave permissible?

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 ...
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Salawat (durud), Sending Salam to Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him during Salat in Tashahhud

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 ...
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Can we recite Durood while impure?

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 ...
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