Forum Menu - Click/Swipe to open
 
Top Members

New to Islam and have questions.

Jump to page:

You have contributed 0.0% of this topic

Thread Tools
Appreciate
Topic Appreciation
To appreciate this topic, click 'Appreciate Topic' on the right.
Rank Image
bint e aisha's avatar
Online
Unspecified
1,687
Sister
1,658
bint e aisha's avatar
#91 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 22:17
In Need of Teaching wrote:
View original post

(saw) is not used for Allah ta'ala. It is used for the Prophet and it means peace and blessings of Allah be upon him.

You may have noticed that I've used "ta'ala" (تعالیٰ in Arabic) after the name of Allah. It means the most high. We can also say "subhanahu wa ta'ala" (سبحانه وتعالى in Arabic) for Allah and it means the most glorified and the most high.
report post quote code quick quote reply
+0 -0Like x 1Agree x 1
back to top
Rank Image
In Need of Teaching's avatar
Offline
USA
1,059
Brother
385
In Need of Teaching's avatar
#92 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 22:19
xs11ax wrote:
View original post


I'm not sure. I was referring to the (s a w) that abu mohammed mentioned.

Quote:
In addition to this, exclusively for Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) we can use (saw) as a code which is ṣallāllāhu ʿalayhī wa-sallam which will produce (saw)


or is it the s.a.w. (s. a. w.) that can be used for the Prophet Muhammed(Pbuh)

test s..a.w.
report post quote code quick quote reply
No post ratings
back to top
Rank Image
xs11ax's avatar
Unspecified
2,677
Brother
2,094
xs11ax's avatar
#93 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 22:20
In Need of Teaching wrote:
View original post

Subhanahu wata'ala is for Allah.

Sallalahu alaihiwasalam is for prophets and more usually specifically for prophet Muhammad (saw).

Alaihisalaam is usually used for other prophets.
report post quote code quick quote reply
No post ratings
back to top
Rank Image
In Need of Teaching's avatar
Offline
USA
1,059
Brother
385
In Need of Teaching's avatar
#94 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 22:20
In Need of Teaching wrote:
View original post

Ok, I'm confused, neither seems to work for me

Part of the problem is that I have no idea what those words mean in english
report post quote code quick quote reply
No post ratings
back to top
Rank Image
xs11ax's avatar
Unspecified
2,677
Brother
2,094
xs11ax's avatar
#95 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 22:22
In Need of Teaching wrote:
View original post

Open bracket saw close brackets.
report post quote code quick quote reply
No post ratings
back to top
Rank Image
bint e aisha's avatar
Online
Unspecified
1,687
Sister
1,658
bint e aisha's avatar
#96 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 22:22
In Need of Teaching wrote:
View original post

If you are referring to the codes then try using them without spaces.
report post quote code quick quote reply
No post ratings
back to top
Rank Image
In Need of Teaching's avatar
Offline
USA
1,059
Brother
385
In Need of Teaching's avatar
#97 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 22:24
(s.a.w.)
report post quote code quick quote reply
No post ratings
back to top
Rank Image
In Need of Teaching's avatar
Offline
USA
1,059
Brother
385
In Need of Teaching's avatar
#98 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 22:24
THANK YOU both!

I can at least use the codes properly now.
report post quote code quick quote reply
+3 -0Like x 3
back to top
Rank Image
In Need of Teaching's avatar
Offline
USA
1,059
Brother
385
In Need of Teaching's avatar
#99 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 22:26
In Need of Teaching wrote:
View original post


So after the Prophet Mohammed, either (Pbuh) or (s.a.w.) or (saw) would be correct.
After Allah, سبحانه وتعالى or ta'ala is correct.

Also, thank you Sister, I had missed your earlier english translation.
report post quote code quick quote reply
No post ratings
back to top
Rank Image
bint e aisha's avatar
Online
Unspecified
1,687
Sister
1,658
bint e aisha's avatar
#100 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 22:30
In Need of Teaching wrote:
View original post

After Prophet Muhammad, we can use PBUH, (saw) or (s.a.w.)

There is no difference between (saw) and (s.a.w.). The same phrase is written in different styles.

After the name of Allah, we can use ta'ala (تعالیٰ) or subhanahu wa ta'ala (سبحانه و تعالى)
report post quote code quick quote reply
+1 -0Like x 1
back to top
Rank Image
In Need of Teaching's avatar
Offline
USA
1,059
Brother
385
In Need of Teaching's avatar
#101 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 22:32
bint e aisha wrote:
View original post
سبحانه وتعالى Ok, I had the wrong code for Allah سبحانه وتعالى

report post quote code quick quote reply
No post ratings
back to top
Rank Image
In Need of Teaching's avatar
Offline
USA
1,059
Brother
385
In Need of Teaching's avatar
#102 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 22:34
In Need of Teaching wrote:
View original post


I believe I have this correct now
report post quote code quick quote reply
+0 -0Agree x 1
back to top
Rank Image
xs11ax's avatar
Unspecified
2,677
Brother
2,094
xs11ax's avatar
#103 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 23:07
The phrases after the names of the Prophets are small prayers of blessings. Known as durood or salatun nabi. There are a lot of virtues connected to conveying these blessings. There are other longer duroods that people recite which are usually recited as stand alone prayers of blessings.

The phrases after the name of Allah are small phrases of praise. There are other common ones as well.

report post quote code quick quote reply
+1 -0
back to top
Rank Image
abu mohammed's avatar
London
22,350
Brother
8,815
abu mohammed's avatar
#104 [Permalink] Posted on 25th January 2020 23:43
Muadh_Khan wrote:
View original post

Sorry, I had limited connectivity.

Anyways, as pointed out (saw) i.e. The word saw in lower case inside the bracket gives (saw)

I know you might be wondering how to show it as an example (saw) that is achieved by doing this

(sa*use one of the other codes like bold or italics*w) so in other words, I put a code in between the letters.


Hope that helps for future use too. :)
report post quote code quick quote reply
+1 -0Like x 1
back to top
Rank Image
bint e aisha's avatar
Online
Unspecified
1,687
Sister
1,658
bint e aisha's avatar
#105 [Permalink] Posted on 26th January 2020 11:31
Quote:
Allah ta’ala’s name should always be taken with respect and reverance. Whenever we take the name of Allah, we should always add “تبارك وتعالى” or “تعالی” or “رب العزت” or “جل جلاله و عم نواله” both in writing and speaking.

www.muftisays.com/forums/27-sharing-portal/12573---the-be...
report post quote code quick quote reply
+1 -0
back to top

Jump to page: