Sunday, January 9, 2011

Islamic Terminology

Bismillaahi Rahmnir Raheem

As'salaamu Alaykum

Alhamdulilah! My blog is up and running. I have and inshaa Allah will continue to make much du'a about this.This is purely for the pleasure of Allah and inshaa Allah am looking forward to sharing ideas and benefiting from everyone. With the start of this blog, I felt the need to place something on here, that a dear companion of mine placed on her blog may Allah reward her, Ameen. Inshaa Allah, there may be non Muslims, as well as new Muslims who visit this blog, and I think it is important to place the meanings of some commonly used Islamic tterminology.You never know who may read your blog and you never want to deter someone from reading your blog simply, because they don't understand what is being said. We should never limit who we give dawah to. With that said. Here are just a few terms.

Allah - God in Arabic (the creator of the universe, singular having no partners)

Ayaat - a verse from the Qur'an

Aameen-  " Oh Allah accept my innvocation"

Alhamdulillah- All praise be to Allah

Allahu Akbar - Allah is the Greatest

Allahu Alim- Allah knows best

As Salaamu Alaykum - Peace be upon you

Bismillaahi Rahmnir Raheem- " In the name of Allah the most Gracious the most Merciful "

Du'a- supplication or prayer to Allah

Hajj - the major Islamic Pilgrimage, which is an obligation on every Muslim. One of the Pillars of Islaam

Halaal - Something permissible in Islaam

Haraam- Something not permissible in Islaam

Eid- Islamic Festival

Iftar-  breaking the Fast

Insha Allah- If Allah wills

Jazaak Allahu Khayr- May Allah reward you

Jum’uah- Friday (the Islamic day of worship)

Maashaa Allah- Whatever Allah wishes

Qur’an-  The Book of Allah

Sal Allahu Alayhi wa Salaam - peace and blessings be upon him

Subhannallah- Glory be to Allah

Sunnah-  Traditions of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him)

Surah- Chapter in the Qu’ran

As I stated above, these are just a few terms with brief meanings. For more comprehensive list of Islamic terms you may look here http://www.fatwa-online.com/glossary/index.htm#LetterS

2 comments:

  1. Assalaamu Alaikum sis,

    Masha Allaah just saw your blog. Will continue to follow you sis. Jazzakillaah Khayr!

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  2. Wa Alayki As'salaam wa Rahmatullaah

    Barakallaahu Feeki. How are you Umm Maimoonah. I have been following you for awhile, smile! Alhamdulilah I really enjoy your blog. May Allaah continue to allow you to share you ideas and reward you, Aameen

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