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'''Peace be upon them''' is a phrase of respect and a statement of [[Intent|intention]] designed to help elevate and protect a [[Prophet]]. It can be used to refer specifically to the Islamic prophet [[Muhammed]] ('''peace be upon him'''), to another individual prophet like [[Jesus Christ]]  ('''peace be upon him''') or to the entire collection of recognized prophets  ('''peace be upon them''').  
 
'''Peace be upon them''' is a phrase of respect and a statement of [[Intent|intention]] designed to help elevate and protect a [[Prophet]]. It can be used to refer specifically to the Islamic prophet [[Muhammed]] ('''peace be upon him'''), to another individual prophet like [[Jesus Christ]]  ('''peace be upon him''') or to the entire collection of recognized prophets  ('''peace be upon them''').  
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It is very important to note that Muslims regularly include Christian prophets in their prayers of respect and protection. They do this because they see their prophet [[Muhammed]] as only one in a long line of people with strong [[Connections|connections]] to [[God]].
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==Islamic Terms==
  
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Muslims regularly include Christian prophets in their prayers of respect and protection. They see their prophet [[Muhammed]] as only one in a long line of people with strong [Connections|connections]] to [[God]], incarnated to assist humanity.
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Latest revision as of 16:59, 23 May 2020

Peace be upon them is a phrase of respect and a statement of intention designed to help elevate and protect a Prophet. It can be used to refer specifically to the Islamic prophet Muhammed (peace be upon him), to another individual prophet like Jesus Christ (peace be upon him) or to the entire collection of recognized prophets (peace be upon them).

Islamic Terms

Islam > Absolute Essence, Al-Insan al-Kamil, Ascension, Dhat, Drug, Fana, Hadith, Infidelity, Last Days, Muhammad, Peace be upon them, Quran, Right Path, Sufism, Taubah, Tawajjuh

Notes

Muslims regularly include Christian prophets in their prayers of respect and protection. They see their prophet Muhammed as only one in a long line of people with strong [Connections|connections]] to God, incarnated to assist humanity.

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