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First I need to apologize for my former comments based on a misunderstanding and need for clarification at my first reading of your post. The comment of UmH actually brought some light into this darkness. Secondly in fact أرحم (Arham) in Arabic might be a superlative or simply a verb of comparison between two entities and their mercy towards others. And ...


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I am surprised how ambiguous some people become when talking about that of which they know nothing about. First of all, Allah is The Most Merciful. "Arham" literally means the superlative of "Raheem", which means Merciful. Superlative is basically the most... of an adjective, like "fastest", "strongest", "most intelligent". So naming your child Raheem is ...


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