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Posted on Thu, Sep 28, 2006 01:46

Slam to All.... I am sending this blog for some newly reverts.... These phrases will help you to understand and respond to what other Muslims are saying. Even better, each time you say one of these, Allah will reward you for having performed a good deed. Once you get used to this, you'll do it effortlessly, dozens of times a day! AL-HAMDULILLAH. "Praise Allah." We say this whenever we think of, speak of, or hear something good, to remind ourselves that everything good comes from Allah. AL-HAMDULILLAH 'ALA KOOL AHAL. "Praise Allah in all circumstances." We say this when something displeases us. ALLAH HU AKBAR. "Allah is the Greatest!" We exclaim this whenever we hear exciting news. Also used in meetings, to express approval of what a speaker has said. AOOTHOO BILLAHI MEEN ASH-SHAYTAN AR-RAJEEM. "I seek Allah's protection from Satan the accursed." We say this when we are tempted to do something wrong, or when we are angry. JAZAK ALLAH KHAIR "May Allah reward you." This is the best way of thanking someone. LA HAWLA WA LA QUWWATA ILLA BILLAH. "There is no power or glory except for Allah's." We say this when we hear bad news or are disappointed. MA SHA ALLAH. "This is according to Allah's will." We say this when we notice something attractive, desirable, or admirable. Saying this protects people against the evil effects of envy. MUBARAK! "May Allah bless you." We say this to congratulate a person for any good news or happy event. We also say Ramadan Mubarak! and Eid Mubarak! Sall-Allahu aleyhi wa sallam. "Allah, bless him(PROPHET) and grant him peace." We say this whenever we mention any of Allah's prophets or angels. See the Holy Qur?an, Surat-al-Ahzaab (The Clans), 33: 56. SUBHAN ALLAH. "Glory to Allah." We say this whenever we are surprised by any of Allah's wonderful works. Also often used when we notice a human being's mistake, especially during the prayer. When someone sneezes, he should say, AL-HAMDULILLAH! "Praise Allah! Everyone who hears him should say, YARHAMAK ALLAH. "May Allah have mercy on you."


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Posted on Fri, Sep 29, 2006 00:48

Wassalam..... I will insh Allah send more of these....As a gift for....Ramzan for newly revert Muslims.... Best Regards......


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Posted on Thu, Sep 28, 2006 05:29

Aslmkm These phrases are very useful. Have always been searching for the correct phrases and their meanings. JAZAK ALLAH KHAIR for the thoughtful gesture.


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