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A.H.

means After Hijrah. It is the reference used in the Islamic calender, instead of A.D. which is used in the Christian calender.


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Abna

means sons or children. It is used for children who had Persian fathers and Arab mothers.


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Adam

the first prophet god sent for the human beings, he is also the first human God had created.


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Adhan

the Muslim call to prayer. It is used to signify the time of prayer for the five obligatory prayers.


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Ahl ar-Ra'y

means people of opinion. It is refers to people that are consulted on Islamic matters. These people are highly learned in Islam.


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Ahsan Farg

Guard her/his chastity. The condition or practice of abstention from sex on moral grounds.


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Ahzab

means parties. Ahzab is used to describe the different tribes that fought the Muslims in the Battle of the Ditch in 627 C.E, 5 AH.


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Aisha

One of prophet Mohammed's wives who was dear to his heart.


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Al-asharatu Mubashshirun

the ten people that were given the glad tiddings of assurance of entering Paradise. They were Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman, Ali, Abdur Rahman ibn Awf, Abu Ubaydah ibn al-Jarrah, Talhah ibn Ubaydullah, az-Zubayr ibn al-Awwam, Sa'd ibn Abi Waqqas, Sa'id ibn Zayd.


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Alhamd lellah

Thanks God. A sentence that has to be said by all Muslims, thanking God for the blessings he had given them.


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Alim

a learned person in Islam, scholar.


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Allahu Akbar

Allah is Great (God is Great). It was frequently used by the Muslim forces as their battle cry.


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Amin

means custodian or guardian. Someone who is loyal or faithful.


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Amir al-Mumineen

means commander of the belivers. This title was given to the Khalifah.


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Amir

means leader or commander.


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Amr

Order, Command or instruction.


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Ansar

means helpers. These were the people of Madinah who responded to the Prophet's call to Islam and offered Islam a city-state power.


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Aqabah

a place just outside of Mecca, in Mina where the first Muslims from Yathrib Madinah pledged allegiance to the Prophet in the year 621 C.E.. A similar meeting took place the next year when more Muslims from Yathrib pledged their allegiance to the Prophet.


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Arafat

a plain north of Mecca. It is on this plain that humanity will be raised on the Day of Judgement for questioning and judgement. During the hajj on the ninth day of the month of Zhu-l-Hijjah, Muslim pilgrims gather on this plain for one day.


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Asabiyyah

means tirbal loyalty, nationalism.


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Asee

somebody who rebels against Islamic laws. He is a violator or disobedient.


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Asr

the late afternoon obligatory salat, prayer.


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Awqiyyah

means weight, like the ones used to weigh items.


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Awrah

parts of the body that are not supposed to be exposed to others. For men this is from the navel to the knee. For the women it is all of her body except the hands, feet, and face.


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Ayah

means a sign which leads or directs one to something important. An individual verse in the Quran.


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Ayat

it is the plural form of ayah.


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Ayat-ul-Kursi

Surah Baqara Ayah 256 of the Quran. It is called the throne of the Quran.


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Azaab

torment, torture, agony and anguish for those who disobey God's orders and deny God's presence (i.e. Polytheist)
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