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"Jazak Allah OR Jazakallah Khair "?
Understanding Grammar Behind The word Jazakallah.
Jazaak comes from the root word Jazaa which according to the popular Arabic-English dictionary, Al-Mawrid, has two meanings that are completely opposite to eachother!
⚫Thus Jazaa can either mean reward OR punishment.
⚫So :"JazakAllah" can may either mean " May Allah reward you" or punish you, while "JazakAllah Khair" means ... " May Allah reward you with the Best / Good."
⚫So the correct way is to say Jazak Allah Khair & not just Jazak Allah. Though someone might say that the intention by saying Jazak Allah is the same like Jazak Allahu Khayran, if its so, then why not use the complete wordings as used by prophet(pbuh) and the sahabas?
which is Jazak Allahu Khayran !
⚫Jazak Allahu Khair depending on situation:
Masculine: Jazak Allahu Khair
Feminine: Jazaki Allahu Khair
Plural: Jazakum Allahu Khair.
Substitute for Jazakallah Khair is BarakAllah Feek ( "May the blessings of Allah be upon you.").
⚫How to Reply to Those who says Jazakallahu Khair to you:
1️⃣ Wa Antum Fa Jazakumullahu Khayran meaning "And you too, May Allah reward to with Khayr".
Evidence from Sunnah: Usayd ibn Hadayr (sahabi) says: I said: O Messenger of Allah ﺟﺰﺍﻙ ﺍﻟﻠﻪ ﺧﻴﺮﺍ Jazaakallahu Khayran.
The Prophet(pbuh) said: ﻭَﺃَﻧْﺘُﻢْ ﻓَﺠَﺰَﺍﻛُﻢُ ﺍﻟﻠَّﻪُ ﺧَﻴْﺮًﺍ Wa Antum Fa Jazakumullahu khayran (And you too, May Allah reward to with Khayr).
[Albaani has said that the Hadeeh is Saheeh in al-Saheeha 3096, al-Ta'leeqaatul hisaan al Saheeh ibn Hibbaan 6231].
2️⃣ Wa Iyyakum (ﻭﺇﻳﺎﻛﻢ)” meaning “And goodness to you also”.
This is the one the common message used by people.
Muslims can use this phrase sometimes, and abandon it sometimes, but they must not cling to it as if it is an established Sunnah of the Messenger since there is no evidence related to it.
⚫Conclusion:
The correct sunnah is not to say thanks or shukran rather its to say Jazakallahu Khair or BarakAllah Feek. And should be replied with Wa Antum Fa Jazakumullahu Khayran.
Lets revive this sunnah in our lives Inshs Allah & motivate others to do the same.
And Allah knows best.
 
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"Jazak Allah OR Jazakallah Khair "?
Understanding Grammar Behind The word Jazakallah.
Jazaak comes from the root word Jazaa which according to the popular Arabic-English dictionary, Al-Mawrid, has two meanings that are completely opposite to eachother!
⚫Thus Jazaa can either mean reward OR punishment.
⚫So :"JazakAllah" can may either mean " May Allah reward you" or punish you, while "JazakAllah Khair" means ... " May Allah reward you with the Best / Good."
⚫So the correct way is to say Jazak Allah Khair & not just Jazak Allah. Though someone might say that the intention by saying Jazak Allah is the same like Jazak Allahu Khayran, if its so, then why not use the complete wordings as used by prophet(pbuh) and the sahabas?
which is Jazak Allahu Khayran !
⚫Jazak Allahu Khair depending on situation:
Masculine: Jazak Allahu Khair
Feminine: Jazaki Allahu Khair
Plural: Jazakum Allahu Khair.
Substitute for Jazakallah Khair is BarakAllah Feek ( "May the blessings of Allah be upon you.").
⚫How to Reply to Those who says Jazakallahu Khair to you:
1️⃣ Wa Antum Fa Jazakumullahu Khayran meaning "And you too, May Allah reward to with Khayr".
Evidence from Sunnah: Usayd ibn Hadayr (sahabi) says: I said: O Messenger of Allah ﺟﺰﺍﻙ ﺍﻟﻠﻪ ﺧﻴﺮﺍ Jazaakallahu Khayran.
The Prophet(pbuh) said: ﻭَﺃَﻧْﺘُﻢْ ﻓَﺠَﺰَﺍﻛُﻢُ ﺍﻟﻠَّﻪُ ﺧَﻴْﺮًﺍ Wa Antum Fa Jazakumullahu khayran (And you too, May Allah reward to with Khayr).
[Albaani has said that the Hadeeh is Saheeh in al-Saheeha 3096, al-Ta'leeqaatul hisaan al Saheeh ibn Hibbaan 6231].
2️⃣ Wa Iyyakum (ﻭﺇﻳﺎﻛﻢ)” meaning “And goodness to you also”.
This is the one the common message used by people.
Muslims can use this phrase sometimes, and abandon it sometimes, but they must not cling to it as if it is an established Sunnah of the Messenger since there is no evidence related to it.
⚫Conclusion:
The correct sunnah is not to say thanks or shukran rather its to say Jazakallahu Khair or BarakAllah Feek. And should be replied with Wa Antum Fa Jazakumullahu Khayran.
Lets revive this sunnah in our lives Inshs Allah & motivate others to do the same.
And Allah knows best.
nice shairng :-bd
 

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Jazaki Allah o khair Sister ji........... arabic grammer Ka Kuma Kum jinho ne seekha hai wo samjh sakte hain
 
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"Jazak Allah OR Jazakallah Khair "?
Understanding Grammar Behind The word Jazakallah.
Jazaak comes from the root word Jazaa which according to the popular Arabic-English dictionary, Al-Mawrid, has two meanings that are completely opposite to eachother!
⚫Thus Jazaa can either mean reward OR punishment.
⚫So :"JazakAllah" can may either mean " May Allah reward you" or punish you, while "JazakAllah Khair" means ... " May Allah reward you with the Best / Good."
⚫So the correct way is to say Jazak Allah Khair & not just Jazak Allah. Though someone might say that the intention by saying Jazak Allah is the same like Jazak Allahu Khayran, if its so, then why not use the complete wordings as used by prophet(pbuh) and the sahabas?
which is Jazak Allahu Khayran !
⚫Jazak Allahu Khair depending on situation:
Masculine: Jazak Allahu Khair
Feminine: Jazaki Allahu Khair
Plural: Jazakum Allahu Khair.
Substitute for Jazakallah Khair is BarakAllah Feek ( "May the blessings of Allah be upon you.").
⚫How to Reply to Those who says Jazakallahu Khair to you:
1️⃣ Wa Antum Fa Jazakumullahu Khayran meaning "And you too, May Allah reward to with Khayr".
Evidence from Sunnah: Usayd ibn Hadayr (sahabi) says: I said: O Messenger of Allah ﺟﺰﺍﻙ ﺍﻟﻠﻪ ﺧﻴﺮﺍ Jazaakallahu Khayran.
The Prophet(pbuh) said: ﻭَﺃَﻧْﺘُﻢْ ﻓَﺠَﺰَﺍﻛُﻢُ ﺍﻟﻠَّﻪُ ﺧَﻴْﺮًﺍ Wa Antum Fa Jazakumullahu khayran (And you too, May Allah reward to with Khayr).
[Albaani has said that the Hadeeh is Saheeh in al-Saheeha 3096, al-Ta'leeqaatul hisaan al Saheeh ibn Hibbaan 6231].
2️⃣ Wa Iyyakum (ﻭﺇﻳﺎﻛﻢ)” meaning “And goodness to you also”.
This is the one the common message used by people.
Muslims can use this phrase sometimes, and abandon it sometimes, but they must not cling to it as if it is an established Sunnah of the Messenger since there is no evidence related to it.
⚫Conclusion:
The correct sunnah is not to say thanks or shukran rather its to say Jazakallahu Khair or BarakAllah Feek. And should be replied with Wa Antum Fa Jazakumullahu Khayran.
Lets revive this sunnah in our lives Inshs Allah & motivate others to do the same.
And Allah knows best.
ﺟﺰﺍﻙ ﺍﻟﻠﻪ ﺧﻴﺮﺍ aapi
 
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