Muslim Prayer for Peace

Salaam and Greetings of Peace:

“In the name of God, the Merciful, the Compassionate.
Praise be to the Lord of the universe who has created us and made us tribes and nations, that we might know each other.
If the enemy inclines towards peace, do thou also incline towards peace, and trust in God, for the Lord is the One that hears and knows all things.
And the servants of God, most gracious are those who walk on the Earth in humility,
And when we address them, we say PEACE.”

Note: The prayer is a compilation from the Qur’an. It was one of the prayers for peace offered in Assisi, Italy, on the Day of Prayer for World Peace during the U.N. International Year of Peace, 1986.

Ya Haqq!

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12 Responses to Muslim Prayer for Peace

  1. Suroor says:

    Baraka’s is an awesome post, thanks Irving!

  2. Abdur Rahman says:

    Salaams Irving bhai,

    these are quotations from the Quran (though I can’t remember the specific references).

    Ya Allah!

  3. Maliha says:

    Salamaat,
    gorgeous ayahs and reference. Baraka has awesome posts Mashaallah.

  4. Baraka says:

    Salaam dear Irving,

    Thanks for posting this! :)

    Just FYI for anyone who would like to know the source: The prayer is a compilation from the Qur’an. It was one of the prayers for peace offered in Assisi, Italy, on the Day of Prayer for World Peace during the U.N. International Year of Peace, 1986.

    Warmly,
    Baraka

  5. Irving says:

    Salaam Dear Sister Baraka:

    Thank you for source, and for a heartfelt and beautiful post. It brought tears to my eyes, also. May Allah forgive us all.

    Ya Haqq!

  6. Ismail says:

    So Beautiful , Thanks Brother Irving and Sister Baraka.

  7. Baraka says:

    Thank you all, alhamdolillah :)

  8. lulando says:

    Thank you very much, dear Brother Irving! And of course Sister Baraka!

  9. It is a beautiful prayer. We have read the prayer in our Unitarian Universalist church in Massachusetts to help encourage the peace making process among nations. Thank you!

  10. Irving says:

    Greetings of Peace Brother Robert, and thank you for letting us know of the good work of the Universalist church in Massachusetts to encourage peace among nations :) Each small step is a blessing.

    Ya Haqq!

  11. sylhag says:

    Ya haqq

  12. SubhanAllah
    Ameen.
    Barakallahu fikum:p

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