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a cuboid-shaped building in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, and is the most sacred site in Islam. It is the first place of worship the mankind was allotted.
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an Islamic creed declaring belief in oneness of God and the acceptance of Muhammad as God's prophet. Not to be confused with ash-Shahadat, referring to the death of a martyr.
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For questions relating to a woman's wali (guardian), typically in relation to the wali's role during marriage.
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the form of communication. There are many languages in the World.
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Forms and rules of greeting: what to say or to do to greet
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What you belief in, And as a Muslim you have to belief in God, his Angels, his Messengers, his Holy Books, in the Last Day and in Al-Qadar (Pre-Ordainment)
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the 99 names for Allah that are in the Qur'an.
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The prayer in Ramadan that prayed after Isha' Prayer. The Prophet used to make 8 rakahs, but it is common today for 20 rakahs to be done, and in some countries they make 35.
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Ali bin Abi Talib, the son of the Prophet's {Peace Be Upon Him} uncle, was the first Imam for the Shi'a, and the fourth of the Rightly Guided Khulafa' for the Sunni.
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an islamic pilgrimage to Mecca, performed by Muslims that can be undertaken at any time of the year.
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For questions about the Islamic belief system, e.g. the afterlife, predestination, angels. Can be used in conjunction with denomination tags to limit the scope.
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dhikr الذكر or dhikr of Allah ذكر الله literally means remembrance of Allah and may refer to praising Allah.
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a place where the body of a deceased is buried according to Islamic teachings
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Sihr (السحر) - which means magic, witchcraft, or sorcery - takes place by the power of the jinn.
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mentioned in the Qur'an.
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The word *fard* literally means "obligatory." When an action is required of a Muslim in a situation, it is referred to as a *fard* action. It is a sin to leave off something that is *fard*.
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the direction Muslims face when making Salat (Prayer).
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Qadar القَدَر means fate, or destiny. In Islam we are to have faith in fat/destiny both it's good and bad.
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علم الرجال refers to "Criticism of Hadeeth narrators الجرح والتعديل " studies and evaluates the accreditation of Hadeeths and their narrators.
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Ploygamy refers to the practice of having more than one spouse at a time. Specifically, Polygyny refers to having multiple wives, and polyandry refers to having multiple husbands.
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about the Islamic method of ritual slaughter of animals.