In Islam, there are many names for hell and hellfire. Most of them are found in the Holy Qur'an. A list.
After an Egypt Air flight crashed in 1999 at JFK airport, the US investigators stiffened on the last words of the flight officer: "tawakkaltu ala Allah"
Episode #23 of "9273 roots": An interview with Sami Morcos - the man who created a great website that converts any number into Arabic text.
Muslim viewers of the Netflix series "Messiah" were irritated - because they were reminded of the al-Dajjal. Who is the Dajjal?
There is a difference between Satan, Iblis, and the Devil in Arabic. Let's analyze the terms and see how to use them.
arabcast.org offers a huge library of Arabic audiobooks for free. It aims to help disabled people.
There are many options to form the plural of kafir (كافر) which is unbeliever in Islam. The most common are Kuffār and Kāfirūn. Do they mean the same?
The Arabic term Kāfir (Kafir - كافر) is probably the most controversial word in Islam. It is the opposite of believer – in Arabic: Mu’min / مؤمن.
Taghut or Taghout - Arabic: طاغوت - is a term that is specifically used to denounce everything that is worshiped instead or besides Allah.