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Our Sabaq Mubarik


Readers are requested to consult the pronunciation guide for better comprehension of this document

Sabaq - the prayers prescribed for recitation:

Du-rood: Al-laa-hum-m& Sal-li A-laa Mu-ham-m&-dinw W&-aa-li-hee W&-it-r&-ti-hee Bi-ada-di Kul-li Ma-loo-mil-l&-k&

Is-tigh-faar: As-tagh-fi-rul-laa Hal A-zee-mal-l&-zee L&& I-laa-h& Il-laa Hu-wal Hay-yul Qay-yoo-mu W&-&too-bu I-lai-hi

Kali-mah: L&& I-laa-h& Il-lal-laa-hu Mu-ham-ma-dur Ra-soo-lul-lah

Al-Ikh-laas: Qul Hu-wal-laa Hu Ahad Al-la Hus-sa-mad Lam Y&-lid W&-lam Yoo-lad W&-lam Y&-kul L&-hoo Ku-fu-wan A-had

T&-shah-hud: Ash-ha-du Al-laa I-laa-h& Il-lal-laa-hu W&-ash-ha-du An-na Mu-ham-ma-dan Ab-du-hu W&-r&-soo-lu-hoo

Invocation: Yaa Hoo Haa-dee Rab-bi-laa Ta-zar A-lal Ar-di Qau-man Zaa-li-meen

Pronunciation Guide: In this pronunciation guide, one vowel sound is one syllable, for example /a/ (/a/, /e/, /i/, /o/, and /u/ are five vowels in English). Therefore, /ham/ is a syllable with consonants occurring both before and after the vowel. Similarly, /laa/, /yoo/, /ash/, /zar/, /meen/, /wal/ are all syllables. Each syllable is separated by hyphens. Thus, /w&-r&-soo-lu-hoo/ are five syllables put together, but separated by hyphens.

Because of certain constraints, it may appear that a consonant is acting as a syllable with a vowel (or vowels) before and after it, for example, /ada/ (as in /bi-ada-di-kul-li/) in which case the sound of /a/ is equal before and after /d/. The same is the case with /atoo/, where /a/ is like /u/ in 'up' and not like /a/ in 'aloof'.

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&: between the sound of /a/ in English word 'avoid' and /u/ in 'cup'.

&&: a vowel double the length of /a/ in English word 'arm'

a: similar to /u/ in English word 'up'

a': it is a unique Arabic sound, which has no equivalent in English. However, for the sake of convenience, it could be considered equivalent to /u/ in English word 'cup'

aa: similar to /a/ in English word 'arm'

ai: similar to /ay/ in English word 'say'

d: similar to /th/ in English word 'this'

ee: similar to /ee/ in English word 'reel'

gh: similar to /r/ as pronounced in French language

i: similar to /i/ in English word 'it'

oo: similar to /oo/ in English word 'boot'

ou: somewhere between /o/ as in English word 'go' and /ow/ as in English word 'bowl'

q: it is an Arabic sound and does not have an equivalent in English. However, it can be pronounced like /k/ in 'kite'

sh: as in English word 'ship'

t: as pronounced in French language

u: similar to /u/ in English word 'put'

y: similar to /y/ in English word 'yes'

Notes:

In Quran, God mentions that He and His angels send blessings to/on? the Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him). Therefore, all those who are faithful should also send blessings to/on? The Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him). This Quranic verse has led to the concept of durood, which is a brief prayer calling for God's blessings for the Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him). To recite durood is in fact a religious duty of every Muslim as is evident from the above-mentioned Quranic verse.

Note:

Readers are requested to consult the glossary for better comprehension of non-English terms used in this document.

Important Note

Now-a-days, there are many people ,who are talking about Allah and His Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) in different ways and also about "Olia-e-Karaam".They say that its "SHIRAK" to say "Ya Allah" and "Ya MUHAMMAD (Peace Be Upon Him)" and many more. But, if you think on you own about it, you can understand it easily that they are the people which don`t have any link or contact about the Basics of ISLAM.These people, their FAITH about Islam and Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) is not correct. They are new people .They are the people with new and self made ideas and belief about the basic concept of Islam. If these people are correct, then, why don`t they have any name or link in the history of Islam, although, Islam came to this world about 1500 years ago and we don`t see their name hardly about 100 years ago.Then,how can these people be correct in their sayings. Actually,think on you own that Olia-e-Kraam ,are the correct people and correct source of Islam,because they are the part of Islamic History.They have been the part of Islam in all Eras.

So beware of these people ,their faith and teachings about Islam and Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him).
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