PBUH (Peace be upon him)
September 17th, 2009 by Dr. Shabbir
It has become customary to write PBUH (Peace be upon him) after the name of the exalted Prophet Muhammad.
For a few centuries, the Mullahs and their blind followers have been translating Sall-Allahu ‘alayhe wa-sallam as “Peace be upon him”. Of course, peace is upon him and he is in peace. Does he need our prayers? It is the Mullah who needs peace; peace from propagating sectarianism, hatred, terror, the barbaric manmade Shari’ah and N2I, the Number Two Islam.
Sall-Allahu ‘alayhe wa-sallam means, “Allah honors him and supports his Mission.”
As a token of respect, I suggest writing: The exalted Prophet, the Prophet (S) or Muhammad (S). We may also write, “Our respects and salutations to him” where appropriate.
Please note that the so-called ‘Durood-e-Ibrahimi’ recited in the Namaz is nowhere found in the Qur’an.