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Question : #638 Category: Holy Prophets
Subject: loving prophet Muhammad PBUH
Question: salaam
Allah says to love the prophet as this will make us closer to Allah and help in dua ... so how can I do this to help my dua be accepted ? how can we be close to the prophet without it becoming shirk ?
Answer: Salam Alaykum

While doing dua you say for e.g. "Oh Allah for the love that you have for the Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) please ......."

To love the prophet and worship the prophet are two complete different issues. Worshipping the prophet independently is shirk and haram and causes the person who is worshipping the prophet to become a disbeliever and murtad.

The way we can become close to the prophet is by having the quality of taqwa and having the ideology and beliefs of the prophet.

With Prayers
Follow Up
that Allah is the Greatest Name of Allah, because it is rerreefd to when describing Allah by the various attributes. For instance, Allah said,Al- Quran 59:22-24 God is He, Beside Whom there is no other god;- Who knows (all things) both secret and open; He, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.God is He, Beside Whom there is no other god;- the Sovereign, the Holy One, the Source of Peace (and Perfection), the Guardian of Faith, the Preserver of Safety, the Exalted in Might, the Irresistible, the Supreme: Glory to God! (High is He) above the partners they attribute to Him.He is God, the Creator, the Evolver, the Bestower of Forms (or Colours). To Him belong the Most Beautiful Names: whatever is in the heavens and on earth, doth declare His Praises and Glory: and He is the Exalted in Might, the Wise.Who is AllahFirst of all, it is important to note that Allah is the same word that Arabic-speaking Christians and Jews use for God. If you pick up an Arabic Bible, you will see the word Allah being used where God is used in English. This is because Allah is the only word in the Arabic language equivalent to the English word God with a capital G . Additionally, the word Allah cannot be made plural or given gender (i.e. masculine or feminine), which goes hand-in-hand with the Islamic concept of God. Because of this, and also because the Qur'an, which is the holy scripture of Muslims, was revealed in the Arabic language, some Muslims use the word Allah for God , even when they are speaking other languages. This is not unique to the word Allah , since many Muslims tend to use Arabic words when discussing Islamic issues, regardless of the language that they speak. This is because the universal teachings of Islam even though they have been translated in every major language have been preserved in the Arabic language.It is interesting to note that the Aramaic word El , which is the word for God in the language that Jesus spoke, is certainly more similar in sound to the word Allah than the English word God . This also holds true for the various Hebrew words for God, which are El and Elah , and the plural form Elohim . The reason for these similarities is that Aramaic, Hebrew and Arabic are all Semitic languages with common origins. It should also be noted that in translating the Bible into English, the Hebrew word El is translated variously as God , God and angel ! This imprecise language allows different translators, based on their preconceived notions, to translate the word to fit their own views. The Arabic word Allah presents no such difficulty or ambiguity, since it is only used for Almighty God alone. Additionally, in English, the only difference between God , meaning a false God, and God , meaning the One True God, is the capital G . In the Arabic alphabet, since it does not have capital letters, the word for God (i.e. Allah) is formed by adding the equivalent to the English word the (Al-) to the Arabic word for God/God (ilah). So the Arabic word Allah literally it means The God the Al- in Arabic basically serving the same function as the capital G in English. Due to the above mentioned facts, a more accurate translation of the word Allah into English might be The One -and-Only God or The One True God .
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