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What is the difference between Aleh-Salam and Razi Allah?

Posted 17 April 2008 - 11:57 AM (#1) User is offline   crazyraven 

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Salam Borthers or Islam,

I need to know the difference between Aleh-Salam and Razi Allah. Which one to use with whom?

Thanks in advance any my ALLAH be pleased with all of us.
lanat allah hu minal qomi-zalimeen
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Posted 17 April 2008 - 12:33 PM (#2) User is offline   Muhammad_Mobasher_Muhammadi 

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Wa 'Alaykum Assalaam,

'Alayhis Salaam means "upon him be peace" and may be used for the Prophets and the Ahl-ul-Bayt.

Radi Allahu 'Anhu means "May Allah Be Pleased with him" and may be used for the Ahl-ul-Bayt too as well as Sahaba Kiram, Taba'een, Taba' Taba'een and Awliya Allah Radi Allahu 'Anhum. It is generally used for the Akabirin AwliyaAllah only however there is no hindrance in using it for others too. It is a subjective opinion. Some prefer to use Rahmatullahi 'Alayh for the AwliyaAllah.

I hope your question is answered.

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Posted 17 April 2008 - 12:47 PM (#3) User is offline   crazyraven 

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Muhammad Mobasher Muhammadi,

Thank you for your detailed reply. Thats all i need to know. May Allah be pleased with you.

Best Regards
lanat allah hu minal qomi-zalimeen
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Posted 17 April 2008 - 06:03 PM (#4) User is offline   Madad-Ya-Rasulullah-saw 

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As salaamu 'alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh,

As salaatu was salaamu 'alayk Ya Sayyidina Ya Rasulullah,

'Alayhis salaam does not necessarlily have to be limited to Prophets a.s., Ahlul Bayt a.s. and Angels a.s., it can be used for Sahaabah r.a. although as i have just demonstrated it usually is not.

RadhiAllahu 'anh when used for the Sahaabah r.a. is not intended as May Allah be pleased with Him but is intended as Allah is pleased with Him.

Walhamdulillahi Rabbil K'abah.


Laa Fatah illa 'Ali Laa Sayf illa Dhulfiqaar

Ali nu yaad karo
Jisi 'Ali nahin milte Khuda nahin milta

Ya Ameerul mumineen wa Imaamul mutaqeen Imaamul Awliyah Sher e Allah Mawlana e kainaat Mushkil kushaa Sayyidina Mawlana Haider al Karrar 'Ali al Murtadha 'alaykas salaam Madad
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Posted 18 December 2010 - 07:12 PM (#5) User is offline   nadeem5476 

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then why we say to eachother when we meet k salam o alaikum ??answer please

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Posted 18 December 2010 - 07:41 PM (#6) User is offline   faizaneattar26 

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then why we say to eachother when we meet k salam o alaikum ??answer please


SALAM brother the sunnah is to say assalamu alaikum when you meet someone= peace be upon you.
it would be stupid to say alaihi salam to some one who is present in front of you and you greet them by saying= peace be upon him/her. hope that  clear some misunderstanding
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Posted 19 December 2010 - 10:37 AM (#7) User is offline   nadeem5476 

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:) dear this was the main thing i want YOU PEOPLE to realise before posting something . you said that aleh salam (un pay salamti ho) is for anbiya e karaam ONLY . so whats wrong in saying peace be upon him to non anbya ?? PLUS did you read somewhere that alehe salam is reserved for anbya e karaam only ? or you just quoting yourself seeing the worldy scenario ??
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Posted 19 December 2010 - 04:50 PM (#8) User is offline   blogger 

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Madad Ya Rasulullah s.a.w. (17.04.2008)

it can be used for Sahaabah r.a. although as i have just demonstrated it usually is not.


Why is it unusual?
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Posted 19 December 2010 - 04:56 PM (#9) User is offline   seeker 

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nadeem5476 (19.12.2010)
 dear this was the main thing i want YOU PEOPLE to realise before posting something . you said that aleh salam (un pay salamti ho) is for anbiya e karaam ONLY . so whats wrong in saying peace be upon him to non anbya ?? 


This brother is correct
What do you say when you meet your Muslim friends? Or family? Or brothers/sisters?

"Assalaamu alaykum" / "Alaykum assalaam"
"PEACE BE UPON YOU"

So it's not just for Prophets (a.s.). If you and I are good enough to have salaam upon us, then surely it follows that Sahabah/Ahl al-bayt/awliya etc. are worthy of salaam? However usually you would say "Radi Allahu anh" for sahabah because Allah states in the Qur'an that Allah is pleased with them :)
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Posted 19 December 2010 - 06:42 PM (#10) User is offline   faizaneattar26 

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salam  its seems that we are making a mountain out of a mole hill. our aslaf have said that use alaihi salam for the prophets, radiallahu anhu/anha for the sahabas, rehmatullahi alai for the pious people. now they said this to make it easy for us to recognize what catergory of people we are referring to if someone doesn't know. they never said it haram to use this words for someone else. you can use alaihi salam, rehmatullah alai, or radiallahu anhu for your dead grandfather if you want but its better that we stick with what they taught us, it makes life so simple.;)
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Posted 19 December 2010 - 07:03 PM (#11) User is offline   seeker 

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Like ^
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Posted 20 December 2010 - 04:20 PM (#12) User is offline   nadeem5476 

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i didnt mean to create any confusion here , but there is something i m not getting i think or you people are not capable enough to let me understnad that , may i know what is a SIMPLE meaning of ALAH E SALAM (i guess this means peace be upon him) - we are using the word HIM because HE is not present in front of us at the moment (right ??) so the simple meaning of Alehe salam is peace b upon him . And when we ordinary people meet together then we say Assalamo Alaikum (peace be upon you) because we are in front of eachother , so WHY that PEACE is specif for anbya ???? where it is written in any AUTHENTIC book of hadith etc??answer the asked question only first please to make it understand for us all.

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Posted 20 December 2010 - 04:25 PM (#13) User is offline   Revival-of-Islam 

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