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Asalamu wa alaikum, The most preferred of the list is [Qur'an] , because it is the closest to the Arabic name, but all of the list is okay as long as it refers to the Qur'an. There are two preferred ones that sometimes are written and they are: 1.Qur'an and this is the preferred. 2.Quran


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In the name of Allah I would like to congratulate you on entering Islam, and I ask Allah Exalted is He and high above to make you and us steadfast on his right path. You should know that many of the companions of the Prophet Muhammed Peace be Upon Him, were non-arabic speakers may Allah be pleased with thim all. Also some scholars of Islam where non-...


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The sad reality is the hadith of rasulullah (salallahu alayhi wa sallam) came true: You would tread the same path as was trodden by those before you inch by inch and step by step so much so that if they had entered into the hole of the lizard, you would follow them in this also. We said: Allah's Messenger, do you mean Jews and Christians (by your ...


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It has nothing to do with 'groups' or sects. It has to do with the arabic pronounciation. Salah is a perfect example. In Arabic Salah is written like this: صَلَاة. The 'Sa' has a short vowel, and the 'Lah' has the long vowel. So, if it is written in English like 'Salah', it will make it seem that since the same 'a' is used both times, it has the same sound....


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Obviously, this is going to be a matter of personal preferene. You can try multiple sites and see which one fits your needs better. Altafsir hosts a number of Qur'anic Commentary and translations. You can display the tafsīr of your choice through a drop-down menu. See example here. Islam Awakened hosts a transliteration, a word-for-word translation, then a ...


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In the name of Allah, the most compassionate, the most merciful In regarding to your question that asked married by islam but hsband divorced me by saying it in english The Siqah (specific phrase or sentence which is recited for talaq or divorce), ought to be recited in Arabic. On the other hand, attendance (hearing the mentioned phrase) of two Aadel (...


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بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم الحمدلله خلق الانسان علَّمه البیان نَزَّل القرآن بلسان عربیّ مبین، و الصلاة و السلام علی النبیّ العربیّ سیّد ولد آدم و خاتم الانبیاء و المرسلین As far as I searched, there is no tradition to point that it is deemed as a Wajib (mandatory) practice for Muslim, but there are some case which make us learning Arabic. For example by ...


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Haram: Forbidden. If you do it you commit a sin, if you avoid it you get a reward. Makrooh: Disliked. If you do it it is not necessarily a sin, but if you persist on it you may be sinning. If you avoid it you get a reward. Mubah: Allowed. This one is neutral and depends on the intention and goal of the action(such as driving a car, it is neither good nor ...


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Based on what I researched, I did not find any related matter regarding that. And it seems (canonically & logically) it is not considered as a haram practice to transliterate Arabic in English in common situations. Because the intention of the person(s) who is transliterating the texts in English, could be solely made the reader understand concerning the ...


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According to the majority of scholars of Maliki, Shafi'i, and Hanbali schools, performing prayers in any language other than Arabic is not permitted, regardless of one's level of knowledge of the language. A new Muslim must learn at least the absolute minimum required to perform the prayers in Arabic. As this may take some time (days or weeks, depending on ...


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There is a good and enriched online library in www.al-islam.org. You may find good books, article, and videos about history of that time as well as commentaries about Holy Quran. Go to following links: https://www.al-islam.org/library/quran-commentaries https://www.al-islam.org/library/general-quran-hadith


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Most websites and apps offering multi-lingual translations should have an option for Urdu. For example: Legacy Quran.com has an Urdu translation. AlQuran.info has eight Urdu translations. SearchTruth has an Urdu translation. Hamari-Web has three Urdu translations. Archive.org has scanned copies of several print editions, which you can optionally download ...


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Is a du'a made in an other language valid? It is acceptable and allowed to perform any du'a (except for the prayers) in any other language so far there's a consensus among scholars. Generally we can say there's no clear evidence for a prohibition to use a different language or an order to use Arabic -only- so it is a matter of ijtihad, it seems that the ...


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A marriage contract can be terminated in any language. One only has to make the decision and let it be known as per the norms of the society. Institution of marriage has existed in all societies and probably predates even the Arabic language. Therefore the requirement that a specific word has to be said and that too in a specific language, is mere gibberish/...


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I would suggest "Ar Raheeq Al Makhtum : The Sealed Nectar (Saif ur Rahman al Mubarakpuri) Revised Edition" which can be bought here. I cannot recommend it enough. It is beautiful.


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There is only one Seerah book which satisfies most of the above qualities , specially considering the authenticity and quality. Many of the commonly heard stories about the prophet pbuh have been discarded as weak in this book. The Seerah book by Allama Shibli Nomani is strongly supported by authentic narrations which were explained to be of paramount ...


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