There is a Quranic verse which states that Allah and His Angels send their blessings (i.e recite darood) to bless the Holy Prophet. I am very much confused about the interpretation of this verse. Why does Allah send blessing to the Holy Prophet? Is it in line with the other verses of the Holy Quran which portray Allah as Al-mighty and Omniscient?
Secondly, what is the meaning of "Aal-e-Muhammad" in the Darood that we recite so…
I was in Medina where some people told me that Darood e Taj should not be recited since it has some concepts of "Shirk" in it. However, there are other people who tell me to recite it whenever in difficulty or when we want Allah to fulfill our desires. I am very confused as to whom should I listen to. Could you please clarify whether one should recite Darood e Taj?
We pray for safety and security of Prophets in durood and salam. I have a confusion that they have passed away they don’t have any thing to do with this world any more. Neither they have any danger so why should we pray for their safety and security i.e, Hazrat Esa (Peace be upon him) etc.