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How do you say God is with you in Islam?

How do you say God is with you in Islam?

Arabic translation: allah maaka, allah maake, allah maakum, allah maakunna.

What does shukar Alhamdulillah mean?

It is also usually said that say Shukar or pay your gratitude to what you have and do not mention what you do not have. Look around you and you will find hundreds and thousands of opportunities to be thankful to Allah. Hence we all know this and all do it as well. We say Shukar Alhamdulillah.

Is yawning Haram?

According to Saintyves, Islam sees yawning as a sign of Satan entering the body, and sneezing as a sign of his leaving the body. Assas-bou-Malek and others all date this opinion back to the Prophet: “The Prophet said that Satan endeavours to distract the faithful in prayer. This is Allah’s way of testing them.

How do you reply to Alhamdulillah?

Alhamdulillah Greetings When one sneezes, the reaction is to say Alhamdulillah which can mean “all praise is due to God alone” and the reply by the rest is yah hamuk Allah meaning “may Allah have mercy on you.”

What does Ameen ya Rabbul alameen mean?

اللَّهُمَّ امين This phrase is similar to a common Arabic saying, Ameen Ya Rabbul Alameen: آمين يا رب العالمين The rough translation of this is “answer me O Lord of the Universe”

How do you respond to Salaam?

The greeting was routinely deployed whenever and wherever Muslims gathered and interacted, whether socially or within worship and other contexts. “Wa-Alaikum-Salaam,” meaning “And unto you peace,” was the standard response.

What is the meaning of Afwan?

عَفْوًا • (ʿafwan) you’re welcome, don’t mention it, not at all. sorry. I beg your pardon. excuse me.

What does Yahdikumullah mean?

A person who sneezes would say “alhamdulillah” (praise be to Allah). People who are present would say to him/her “yarhamukallah” which means “May Allah show mercy on you!” The person who sneezed may answer with “yahdina wa yahdikumullah” which means “May Allah guide us and have mercy upon you”.