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lhamdulillah or Elhamdulillah ( ) is an Arabic phrase meaning "Praise to God" or "All praise is due to Allah," similar to the Hebrew phrase Halelu Yah. In everyday speech it simply means "Thank God!" It is used by Muslims and also by Arabic-speaking Jews and Christians, but more frequently by Muslims due to centrality of this specific phrase within the texts of the Qur'an and the words of prophet Muhammad.
However, its meaning and in-depth explanation has been the subject of much exegesis and explanation.
The phrase has three basic parts:
Al - The
Hamd-u - meaning "feel of gratefulness," as opposed to Shokr, meaning "uttering words of gratefullness".
Li 'llah - preposition + noun Allah. Li is a preposition meaning, for, belonging to, etc. The word "Allah" is said to be derived of ilah -- the Arabic word for God.
It also means that anything in existence which is ascribed praise, thanks, glorification, or gratitude, is in fact only is able to achieve anything due to ...more
Expalanation:-*278. Irrespective of the number of gods or objects of worship set up by ignorant people, the fact remains that godhead in its entirety, belong's exclusively to the Eternal Being, Who is indebted to no one for His existence. In fact, He is not only self-existent, but upon Him rests the entire order of the universe. He alone wields all sovereign authority over His dominion. None s ...more
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