How to write inshallah zakir naik peace

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04-03-2013, 08:51 AM (This post was last modified: 13-05-2013, 11:26 AM by Al Ilmu Noorun.)

asalamu aleikum wrwb,
I just got a very weird email and wanted to ask what's in there, is there any Ftwa or evidence that it is?
Here is the mail:

Please tell further!
ASSALAMU ALAIKUM

IMPORTANT!

WE MUST NOT WRITE "InshaAllah" OR "Inshallah" BECAUSE IT WOULD MEAN "create ALLAH". PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WRITE "In Shaa ALLAH" (IN THREE WORDS): IT MEANS "if ALLAH wants". PLEASE TELL IT ON

Source: Dr. Zakir Naik

And what interests me is who is Dr Zakir Naik?
Has anyone heard of him?
Not me
barakallahu feekum





That is very questionable whether that of dr. Zakir is coming. And if it does, then this "Fetwa" is also not entirely true, since none of the Muslims who write the word إن شاء الله in Latin also mean "Allah create" in one word, but everyone knows that "if Allah wills." " is meant.

I don't see a problem at all.

aslso I understand correctly that what is claimed there is untrue, right?
which spelling is the right one and is the source credible?

(04-03-2013, 04:50 PM) Umm_Nouredin wrote: aslso I understand correctly that what is claimed there is untrue, right?
which spelling is the right one and is the source credible?

Each of the spellings is correct. Whether you write Inschaallah or In Sha Allah or Inshaallah etc. everyone knows what damti is meant and no one thinks it is meant by "Allah create". The Latin spelling (no matter which one you choose) is just a sinonym for the Arabic إن شاء الله

As for the source of who exactly is the source of this claim, I can't tell you. Allahu alem. In any case, it is not correct based on the reasoning I have given.

barakallahu feek brother for the answer

: Bismillah:






PUSH❗️


Just wanted to open up this topic, luckily the topic has already been discussed by you. Lately I read it very often on social networks about the correct spelling.


السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
a salamu alaikum wa rahmatuLlahi wa barakatuhu

Well the correct spelling would be «إن شاء الله» and in German «if Allah wills» and if you still want to write it as you pronounce it, then «in šāʾa Allah» would be the most correct spelling, as there is a transcription of the Arabic alphabet in the Latin script was developed. Known as DMG.

مع السلامة

I always write In Shaa Allah