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A Dictionary of Islamic Terms

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        StatementAl Yamamah
        PublishersAl Yamamah
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        LC Classifications1995
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 77 p. :
        Number of Pages69
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 109631121232
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Jibreel: The name of the angel who was sent to the Messenger. Shaqqus Sadr: The splitting open of the chest of Hazrat Muhammad S.

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It could be recited when you see something beautiful or when something has you in awe. Fitnah Civil strife, riots, war or any trial or tribulation. Manihah: This is a productive asset given to a needy person for a certain period or time. Index 2 - Basic Quranic Root-words. Belief in the Day of Judgement. Madina means city, and Medinatu'l Nabi the city of the Prophet was the name taken by the citizens of Yathrib, the town to which the Prophet S.

Aqd Saheeh: A legal contract Aqeemah: A woman who cannot have children. Also referring to optional good deeds, such as pious deeds and voluntary ritual prayers. This contract is somewhat like a leasing and installment loan, or a hire-purchase agreement.