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Islamic Terms

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Islam
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It means complete submission to the will of Allah. i.e. to submit to the orders of Allah and act with His commands.
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Mu'mins and Muslims
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Those who believe in Allah and obey Him.
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Musthhab
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Which is not clear whether it is correct or not.
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Makruh
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Makruh is that which is not Haraam but is not appreciated.
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Kafar
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Anyone who does not believe in Allah
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Prophets
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Holy Revealed Books
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Day of Judgement).
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Ramazan
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It is one of Islamic Months specified for keeping fasts.
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Fasts
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Theyare observed during the Holy month of Ramazan.
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Miraj Sharif
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One night
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our Holy Prophet (PBUH) by the order of Allah
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travelled from Makkah to Bait-ul-Muqaddas and then from there to the seven heavens and beyond where Allah wanted him. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) visited the Paradise and Hell and then returned to Makkah the same night. This is known as Miraj Sharif.
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Haraam
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Anything which legally forbidden and absolutely proved to be so by Dalil-e-Qatal ( undeniable argument). One who does it Fasiq and deserves punishment.
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Makruh Tahrimi
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It is near about haram. It is forbidden and proved to be so by Dalil-e-Zanni
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but who does not accept it is not Kafir but is very sinful.
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Makruh Tanzihi
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It is near about Hilal
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the act of which brings God's blessing if avoided. If done
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it is bad but not punishable.
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Mubah
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It is an act or doing of which brings neither any blessings nor punishment.
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Qira'at
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It is the recitation of Holy Quran.
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Iman
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It means belief in Allah and all His qualities
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heavenly bodies and prophets by heart and to believe as true all that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) brought from Allah and to proclaim this belief.
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Kufr
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It is the act of not believing in any one of the important articles of Iman.
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Shirk
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It is act of making somebody share in Allah's qualities or in His person.
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A'Itikaf
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staying in a mosque or at home in a separate room for devotion and prayers is called A'itikaf in the last
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ten days of the month of Ramazan.
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Zakat
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It is that part of the wealth which is given away to the poor according to Allah's order. It is worked out at the rate of 2 1/2 % on 7 1/2 Tola gold or 52 1/2 Tola silver which remains with one for full one year.
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Sadaqa-e-Fitr
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It is that amount which is paid the expiry of Ramazan on Eid day as a mark of gratitude. It is worked out equilent to the marked value of two kilos of wheat on that day
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Terms

Few terms used in our daily lives:
To:
The Arabic word for “god.”
Hadith
A traditional account of the things mentioned above or done by Muhammad, recorded by his followers, normally instructed as an area of Islamic theology.

Hayy

The journey of a pilgrim created by Muslims to the city of Makkah (Mecca), the holiest city in Islam. It is anticipated that every Muslim will form a spiritual journey to Mecca if he is physically and economically capable of doing this. The pilgrimage is one of each the 5 pillars of Islam.

Magnet

The leading person or agency of the United Nations directs the prayers in a place of worship, a recognized authority in Islamic theology or an individual with authority in the community. For Muslim Muslims, the associate degree Muhammadan (in uppercase) denotes a descendant of Muhammad.

Islam

A monotheistic faith supported Muhammad’s teachings as elaborated within the Qur’an.

Koran

The central sacred text of Islam is believed to be the word of God revealed to Muhammad.

Madrasa

The Arabic word for an academic establishment for any learning. In general, he does not consult with the associated Islamic school or a faculty with courses in Islamic theology and spiritual law.

Muhammad

The Arab prophet and founding father of the United Nations agency for Islam, according to faith, was God’s last traveler.

Muslim

A person that the United Nations agency believes in or practices the faith of Islam.

Ramadan

The ninth month of the Islamic calendar, during which Muslims pass quickly from sunrise to sunset. Commemorates the transmission of the Quran by the archangel Gabriel to Muhammad Shahada
The statement of belief within the uniqueness of God and, therefore, Muhammad’s prophecy; one in each of the 5 pillars of Islam.

Sharia:

The laws of Islam derived from the Koran and from Muhammad’s teachings and examples that regulate the religious and secular actions of Muslims.

Shia

The second-largest denomination of Islam when Sunni Islam. Shia Muslims believe that Muhammad’s legitimate successor when he died was his relative Ali.

Sufi:

A mystical branch of Islam that emphasizes self-denial as a form of communion with God.
The central sacred text of Islam is believed to be the word of God revealed to Muhammad.

Madrasa

The Arabic word for an academic establishment for any learning. In general, he does not consult with the associated Islamic school or a faculty with courses in Islamic theology and spiritual law.

Mosque

A place of Muslim prayer for the followers of Islam. Your place of worship.

Sura

One of the sections of the Qur’an, which is historically organized in decreasing form. The Quran contains 114 suras.

Tafsir

Interpretations of the Qur’an by Islamic scholars; The Arabic word for interpretation or comment.

Tawhid

The central Islamism that dictates that there is a no different god, but God.

Zakat

The donation of charity or contributions to charity as an act of worship of associated degree. Sometimes with respect to a couple of 5% of one’s annual wealth given primarily for the good of the poor and, therefore, of the poor. one in each of the 5 pillars of Islam

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