Praise to Allah
, used usually to express satisfaction, or after having finished eating… or if someone asks you how you were and you want to express that you’re satisfied
Thanks to Allah
, used almost the same way as the one above
Praise and Thanks to Allah
, used to express a Full satisfaction for something. Accomplishing something, or your well-being or simply for having a very good meal.
Glory to Allah
, can be used in many places, for example if you heard something amazing and you want to express your amazement.
What Allah wishes,
used to express amazement almost like glory to Allah except that what Allah wishes is mainly for positive amazement, like if someone tells you “I have a daughter and she is 9” you can simply reply “What Allah wishes
” then add something if you want.
Allah is great (greater),
it can be used in a wide variety of places, often to show excitement.
There is no change/ transformation nor power/ strength except through Allah
, used in unfavorable situations beyond ones control, also to express dissatisfaction.
In the name of Allah.
Used to start something, whatever a Muslim wants to start (driving, eating, walking, reading
If Allah wills
. Usually used to refer to planning to do a future action, I will do this … if Allah wills it.
May Allah have mercy on you, or May Allah bless you,
the equivalent of “bless you” when you sneeze, it is said after someone sneezes.
May Allah guide you and set your affairs right
. This is used usually as an answer to someone who said “May Allah have mercy on you, or May Allah bless you
” to you after you sneezed.
To Allah we belong, and to him we will return
. Usually used when you hear someone died, or if you had a terrible lost (financial or personal).
I seek forgiveness from Allah
. Commonly used when you think you did something wrong (a sin, cursed …).
Oh Allah bestow your mercy on Mohammed
. A way to praise the prophet (PBUH).
May Allah reward you with all good.
When someone does something good to you (gives you something, helps you with something …)