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Why Surah "at-Tawbah" is called "Bara'ah "what is the meaning of Bara'ah.

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  • It is called at-Tawbah or baraa'a(h).
    – Medi1Saif
    Nov 10 '18 at 13:59
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It is called so because of the first word of its first verse:

براءة من الله ورسوله إلى الذين عاهدتم من المشركين

Barā'atun Mina Allāhi Wa Rasūlihi 'Ilá Al-Ladhīna `Āhadttum Mina Al-Mushrikīna

[This is a declaration of] disassociation, from Allah and His Messenger, to those with whom you had made a treaty among the polytheists.

Quran 9:1

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surah taubah first word is "بَرَآءَةٌ" and sometime we called surah Bara'ah . براءة من الله ورسوله إلى الذين عاهدتم من المشركين

Barā'atun Mina Allāhi Wa Rasūlihi 'Ilá Al-Ladhīna `Āhadttum Mina Al-Mushrikīna

[This is a declaration of] disassociation, from Allah and His Messenger, to those with whom you had made a treaty among the polytheists

بَرَّاءَة ( اسم ): أَدَاة بَرْي الْأَقْلام

device for sharpening pencils - the sharpener of the pencil

بَرَاءَة ( اسم ): تَبَرُّؤ

absolution - process in Christianity by which one is forgiven - state of releasing someon... المزيد

بَرَاءَة ( اسم ): تَبْرِئَة

clearance - state of releasing someone - denial;disownment;refusal - release or acq... المزيد

بَرَاءَة مِن ( اسم ): خُلُوّ مِنْ

being free from ; freedom from

بَرَاءَة ( اسم ): رُخْصَة

authorization ; letters patent ; license ; patent ; permit ; release

بَرَاءَة ( اسم ): سَذَاجَة

artlessness ; guilelessness ; ingenuousness ; innocence ; naivety

بَرّاءَة ( اسم ): سِكّينُ جَيْب

penknife ; pocketknife

بَرَاءَة ( اسم ): شَهَادَة

certificate ; degree ; diploma

بَرَاءَة ( اسم ):

blamelessness ; guiltlessness ; inculpability ; innocence

بَرَاءَة ( اسم ):

concession ; franchise ; leave ; permission ; warrant(y)

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    When you copy paste from a dictionary like almaany you should mark the quotes and add a link. Most of the translated meanings are irrelevant and don't help answering the question.
    – Medi1Saif
    Nov 10 '18 at 16:57

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