How do you write La ilaha illallah in Arabic text?

How do you write La ilaha illallah in Arabic text?

لا إله إلا الله محمد رسول الله

What does La Illah Illa Allah mean?

there’s no God but God
The term “La ilaha illallah” means “there’s no God but God”. The world Allah derives from “Al-Ilah” which literally means “The God”. The meaning of this is NOT that only the God of Muslims is God. It merely means that other than God, let no other thing be worshipped as God.

How do you write Muhammad Rasool Allah in Arabic?

Yā Muhammad (Arabic: يَا مُحَمَّد “O Muhammad”) or “Yā Rasūl Allāh” (Arabic: يَا رَسُولُ الله “O Messenger of God”) are Arabic expressions referring to the Islamic prophet Muhammad.

How do you write La ilaha Illallah Muhammadur rasulullah?

Arabic Calligraphy of “لا إله إلا الله، محمدا رسول الله” LA ILAHA ILLALLAH, MUHAMMADAR RASULULLAH, in Thuluth Script “خط الثلث”, the Shahada, also spelled Shahadah, is an Islamic creed, one of the Five Pillars of Islam.

How can I write La ilaha illallah Muhammadur rasulullah in Urdu?

What is the meaning of LA ILAHA ILLALLAH muhammadur Rasool Allah?

In Arabic la ilaha illallah muhammadur rasool allah is written, As mentioned before this encompasses two concepts: There is no deity but Allah. Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) is his messenger. The Shahada is a declaration, it adds the phrase ashadualla which means “I bear witness”.

What is the noble sentence of Tawheed (LAA ilaah Illallaah)?

Ibn Rajab mentioned in his work “Kalimatul Ikhlas”, “The sentence of tawheed (Laa ilaah illallaah-translator) possesses an intense nobility, which could not be counted.” After that he-may Allah have mercy on him- named several virtues of this noble sentence. Amongst the virtues he named:

What did the Prophet shallallaahu ‘Alayh wa sallam say to the muadhdhin?

Once upon a time, The Prophet Shallallaahu ‘alayh wa Sallam heard the shout of the muadhdhin (one reverberating azan/adhan) said, “Asyhadu alla ilaaha illallaah’. Then he said to the muadhdhin: “You are freed from the Fire.” (Collected by Muslim, in hadith no. 873)