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Allah Allah Allah Allah
Allah Allah ya Rasoola'Lah

(Translation)

Prayers upon you, Oh Messenger

You were sent with the message
With love and trust worthiness
You taught us the Quran
And peace, and dignity

Muhammad is our Prophet
He is the best of the Messengers
A mercy to the worlds
A leader for the believers

Allah Allah Allah Allah
Allah Allah ya Rasoola'Lah

(Translation)

Prayers upon you, Oh Messenger

Because of your coming, hearts are at peace in the dark world
God's light came from blessed footsteps, came justice to the world
Oh Prophet Muhammad, unto you be millions of greetings

You taught us hope in the face of fear
Brought forth courage that stems from faith
We owe to you our love forever
May God bring us together in the Hereafter, ya Rasoola'Lah



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    UnregisteredFeb 12, 2012 at 10:21 am
    Concept of nidaa ya rasoolallah (calling oh messenger of allah)
    there is some confusion regarding this phrase. Exactly what does it mean and is it permissible to say 'ya'. Those who oppose do so for the following reason;.
    'ya' means 'o' and you are attracting someone's attention who can hear and answer your call. Therefore if I was to say 'ya mehboob' whist there was a possibility that you could hear me then that is no problem. Allah's mercy and power is everywhere, hence, when a person in distress calls 'ya allah' there is no doubt that allah can hear you. So when a person says 'ya muhammad' or 'ya rasoolallah' the argument is that, he is in madinah, not here, hence you are equating his sense of hearing as the same as allah, therefore this is equating the prophet with allah and this is shirk.
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    UnregisteredFeb 12, 2012 at 10:20 am
    Concept of nidaa ya rasoolallah (calling oh messenger of allah).
    There is some confusion regarding this phrase. Exactly what does it mean and is it permissible to say 'ya'. Those who oppose do so for the following reason;.
    'ya' means 'o' and you are attracting someone's attention who can hear and answer your call. Therefore if I was to say 'ya mehboob' whist there was a possibility that you could hear me then that is no problem. Allah's mercy and power is everywhere, hence, when a person in distress calls 'ya allah' there is no doubt that allah can hear you. So when a person says 'ya muhammad' or 'ya rasoolallah' the argument is that, he is in madinah, not here, hence you are equating his sense of hearing as the same as allah, therefore this is equating the prophet with allah and this is shirk.

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