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صلى or Sala means he prayed and nothing about blessing

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Jun 27, 2018 at 15:10

Prashant you wrote:

>'May Allah protect Muhammad and his household from derogatory things'. It does not mean as DNM states that Allah should pray Muhammad.

Absolute baloney! Sala Allahu 'Alyhi wa Salam means: May Allah PRAYS upon him and salute!

Never trust translations by Muslims more so if they are Indians and Pakistanis

Muslims that can speak Arabic are embarrassed about the meaning of this silly formula

Now we turn to the formula:

1. The word صَلَّى or Sala means He prayed (past tense but could be read as present tense or he prays)

And here from al-maany dictionary

https://www.almaany.com/en/dict/ar-en/%D8%B5%D9%84%D9%89/

>he prays [Koran Words] صَلَّى

And here is from Lisan al-'Arab the earliest Arabic dictionary:

صلا : الصلاة : الركوع والسجود

Or Sala (past tense but read as Yusali or he prays due to grammatical aspect) or al-Sala or the praying means the bowing and prostration

Nothing about the bogus Allah is blessing him

Here is the link to Lisan al-Arab and the Arabic root S-L-W just use the translation tool

Here is the link

http://library.islamweb.net/newlibrary/display_book.php?idfrom=4673&idto=4673&bk_no=122&ID=4681

More? this is from wikitionary:

صَلَّى • (ṣallā) II, non-past يُصَلِّي‎‎ (yuṣallī)

1. to pray, to worship
2. to perform the salat
3. to bless someone; construed with عَلَى‎ (ʿalā)

And because Muslims know very well that this formula is a disaster as Allah is praying upon Muhammad they tell us that it also means to bless which is a big fat lie

Here is the link:

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%D8%B5%D9%84%D9%89

So the first word Sala means He prays

Anyone who tells you that it means bless is a liar or he does not know his Arabic

2. Second word is Allahu الله means Allah it does not mean God because if it really means God then the Islamic formula la Ilah (God) ila Allah should be la Allah ila Allah or there is no Allah except Allah

Allah? is the proper name of the God of Islam and to add insult to injury it is a loan word from Syriac it is not even an Arabic word

3. 'Alyhi or عليه or Upon

4. wa Salam or وسلم means and (he) salutes

This funny formula in Arabic is Sal'am صلعم !

The moral of the story is: Never trust Muslims translations more so if the translator is an Indian Muslim or Pakistani!

What a disaster: Allah prays to a mere human being

BTW: There is a funny hadith where we are told that Gabriel watched Allah praying! No I'm not kidding! I will try and find it

The islamic literary sources are a real disaster

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