In the Holy Quran there are certain rhetorical styles that are unique. Among them are Iltifat and various forms of emphasis. An overview.
There is a difference between Satan, Iblis, and the Devil in Arabic. Let's analyze the terms and see how to use them.
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.
Muslims say "In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the most Merciful", the Basmalah. The attributes are used as synonyms, but there is a fine difference.