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The word "We" here refers to Allah, and Allah Alone. How this can be so will make more sense for someone who comes from an Asian background. For instance, in Urdu/Hindi (Indian languages) too, "We" can be used for first person singular; however if it is used by anyone other than a king or a ruler, it may sound a bit vainglorious (and even funny). "We" is (...


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Assalaam brother, remember Allah has 99 names of which we see "Al-Jalil" , and "Al - Mutakabbir" which imply Allah's majesty. The use of "We" is a majestic way of expressing oneself . For example, if you have the Queen of England giving a speech, She would use "We" to express rather than "I", simply because of "we" having a more majestic implication on ...


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If you know Arabic language you can know that easily. In Arabic language if you want to show your respect to somebody you talk to him in plural form not singular. Example: كيف حالك؟ How are you? This is used to ask a normal one how he is. كيف حالكم How are you? If you used this to ask for only one person this means you are showing him a respect. And ...


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According to the hadith of Ziyarat Jamea Kabeera (زيارت جامعه كبيره) the we means God and Ahl al Bayt. But for understanding this we should first know what “Ziyarat Jamea Kabeera” is and then understand it well and deep. This Ziyarat does not have a human source. It is narated by By Imam Ali an Naqi (A.S.) one of the 12 infallible Imams. It has a divine ...


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