Discussion in 'Islamic Discussion' started by Salem9022, Jun 28, 2008.
very useful mashaAllah
i did not know this...
Nope, I didn't notice, otherwise I would've stickied your post as a new thread lol.
JazakaAllah Khairan for sharing this, it benefited me
Allah hafiz NOW and ALWAYS
Jazak Allah Khair This is such a wonderful website I get to learn new things all the time. Thank you all for sharing your knowledge. May Allah reward you all in this life and in the next.:tti_sister:
What is the difference between Jazak Allah Khair, and Jazak Allah Khayrun? Is it a gender thing? What does Akhi mean? Thanks to whoever takes the time to answer may Allah Bless you all
^ in addition, what does ukhti mean?
ukhthi means sister!!! hehe lol
Mashallah!!!!!! I feel the same way about the "Salaikum" ppl....because the greetings are As Salaamu Alaikum or greater than.. so what do salaikum means????? lol.
ahki means brother and ukthi means sister
Assalam Alaikum Wa ramatullahi Wa barakatu
Jazaaka Allaahu Khayran Brother Ayman1 May Allah bless you for answering my question.
jasakallah khair .. thanks for posting
jazaka allah khir katir for the information , nice post masha allah, may allah reward you aljannah
...they have indeed praised them well.
The Messenger of Allah (صَلَّى اللهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّم) said, "If good is done to someone and then they say "Jazak Allahu khayran" to the one who did the good, they have indeed praised them well." [Tirmidhi]
This is an explicit hadeeth and we should accept it as it is without making any changes to it.
May Allaah (سبحانه و تعالى) give us the tawfeeq to stay on the 'short and narrow'. Ameen.
If you leave it at that, then Allah grants you whatever he thinks is best. When you say may allah grant you the highest level in jannah you're being specific, but when you say May Allah give you, you don't know what Allah will give that person, he will give them what he thinks is best, right?
very useful n important to know.......many brothers n sisters didn't know this, after read this they will come to know inshAllah
jazakallah khair for sharing
I knew about how to use InshAllah and haven't mixed nothing yet by using those words after Due or soemthing, but its always nice to know more to not do any mistake. Thank you so much about sharing this =)))))
Av neva bn using it b4, but now I'll say it and put the khairan
Thx for sharing this thread..
tbh i never knew the full meaning of jazakallah and
What to say afterwards.. but now i do
Assalamou Alikom Warahmatou Allah,
Wrong brother! from a pure linguistic point of view Jazak'Allah do have a meaning of its own even when it is said without specification!
In Arabic there is "Jazaa" (جزى) and "Jaazaa" (جازى). Both have the same meaning but Jazaa is implicitly understood for reward while Jaazaa could mean both reward and punishment.
In Jazak'Allah it is the second one which is used but that does not mean we have to specify the nature of Al-jaazaa since it could be very well understood from the context.
For example, one could say:
You've been so good to me, you helped me learn Arabic and now I am able to read Qur'an. Jaazak'Allah.
Here the nature of Al-jazaa is understood from the context to be synonyms of a reward even though the nature of Al-jazaa has not been specified .
And Allah knows best,
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