God Most High, himself informs us that He and His angels pray upon the Prophet ﷺ, and then commands the believers to also pray and send their blessings upon (Quran 33:56).

Praying upon the Prophet ﷺ is an act of worship, and one of the means used by scholars throughout the centuries to polish and purify the hearts of believers. Upon every utterance, ten mercies of God Most High descend upon the heart of the one saying it.

Praying upon the Prophet ﷺ has been part and parcel of Muslim tradition and culture. It has the focus of much of our poetry throughout history and gatherings are held regularly across the globe reciting these poems in different languages.

Being such an integral part of our heritage, it is imperative to understand this topic in more depth. Join us as we delve into the importance, virtues, benefits and occasions of praying upon the most noblest and greatest of all God’s creation ﷺ.

Praying upon the Prophet ﷺ 

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Shaykh Amer holds a (LLB) law degree from Strathclyde university and BA (Hons) in Islamic studies from the University of Wales. He spent 10 years studying the Islamic sciences including 6 years with distinguished scholars in the Middle East (Syria and Yemen), gaining him teaching licenses (ijaza) in various Islamic sciences.

Shaykh Amer’s specialisation lies in Islamic Family Law. Being a certified NLP practitioner and also holding a certificate in counselling skills he has combined his religious and secular knowledge to help contextualise marital issues for the Western Muslim living in the 21st century.


"This series enabled me to understand when and how to Pray on the Prophet (s). Alhamdulilah I hope this will help me to get closer to the Beloved of Allah"

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone wishing to better grasp the benefits, virtues and recommended times of praying upon the Prophet ﷺ.

Are there any prerequisites to enrolment?

There are no prerequisites for enrolment onto this course.

How long do I have access to this course?

12 months from the day of enrolment.