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مسلم Mslm

Muslim ( مسلم ) “to submit”, derived from the active participle of أَسْلَمَ‎ (ʾaslama, “to surrender, to submit [to GOD]”), from the root س ل م‎ (s-l-m), and have the same root of SLM means “Salaam” (Peace)”. The triliteral root sīn lām mīm (س ل م) occurs 140 times in the Quran, in 16 derived  Full Article…

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ٱلرَّحْمَٰنِ l-raḥmāni

l-raḥmāni (ٱلرَّحْمَٰنِ) meaning “to have mercy”, “the Merciful“. Derives from the triliteral root hamza lām hā (أ ل ه) that occurs 2851 times in the Quran, in three derived forms: The triliteral root rā ḥā mīm (ر ح م) occurs 339 times in the Quran, in nine derived forms: 28 times as the form I  Full Article…

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Muslim (definition)

Muslim (In Arabic مُسْلِمًا from the Arab-Persian Muslimān) is the name of a believer that professes Islam. Both terms comes from the Arabic word “one who submits [to GOD, to the Faith]”. Islam is name given to the Abrahamic religion that follows Mohammed as prophet. In Arabic literally means “submission” (to the will of GOD),  Full Article…

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InshALLAH & DEO volente (GOD willing)

ʾIn shāʾ ALLAH (Arabic: إن شاء الله‎, is the Arabic language expression for “GOD willing” or “if GOD wills”. The phrase comes from a Quranic passages which states that believers have to use it when speaking about future events.[Quran 18, 23-24] The phrase is commonly used by Muslims, Arab Christians, and Arabic-speakers of other religions, to  Full Article…

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ٱللَّه ALLAH

ALLAH / GOD (ٱللَّه) is the Name of GOD in Arabic. Derives from the triliteral root hamza lām hā (أ ل ه) that occurs 2851 times in the Quran, in three derived forms: 147 times as the noun ilāh (إِلَٰه) 2699 times as the proper noun allah (ٱللَّه) five times as the form of address  Full Article…

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