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/isˈläm/,/iz-/,
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The religion of the Muslims, a monotheistic faith regarded as revealed through Muhammad as the Prophet of Allah,
  1. The religion of the Muslims, a monotheistic faith regarded as revealed through Muhammad as the Prophet of Allah

  2. The Muslim world
    • - the most enormous complex of fortifications in all Islam

  1. the civilization of Muslims collectively which is governed by the Muslim religion; "Islam is predominant in northern Africa, the Middle East, Pakistan, and Indonesia"
  2. the monotheistic religious system of Muslims founded in Arabia in the 7th century and based on the teachings of Muhammad as laid down in the Koran; "Islam is a complete way of life, not a Sunday religion"; "the term Muhammadanism is offensive to Muslims who believe that Allah, not Muhammad, ...
  3. (islamic) Muslim: of or relating to or supporting Islamism; "Islamic art"
  4. Islam (الإسلام , There are ten pronunciations of Islam in English, differing in whether the first or second syllable has the stress, whether the s is or , and whether the a is pronounced as in father, as in cat, or (when the stress is on the i) as in the a of sofa (Merriam Webster). ...
  5. Shin-Lamedh-Mem (س ل م S-L-M; שלם Š-L-M; S-L-M) is the triconsonantal root of many Semitic words, and many of those words are used as names. The root itself translates as "whole, safe, intact".
  6. A monotheistic religion that originated with the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad having the same roots as Christianity and Judaism; its revelatory scripture is the Qur'an; its followers are Muslim
  7. (ISLAMIC) DECORATION In architecture, ornamentation that is characteristically intricate and geometric.
  8. (Islamic) Descriptive term referring to the art, architecture, literature, or other cultural expression of Andalusi Muslims.
  9. (Islamic) Patriarchal Caliphate 637–651  · Umayyad Caliphate 661–750  · Abbasid Caliphate 750–1258  · Tahirid dynasty 821–873  · Alavid dynasty 864–928  · Saffarid dynasty 861–1003  · Samanid dynasty 819–999  · Ziyarid dynasty 928–1043  · Buyid dynasty 934–1055  · Ghaznavid Empire 975–1187  · ...
  10. (Islamic) Synonym for "Muslim," a follower of Islam.
  11. ("to surrender"). To surrender to the will of God; the name of the religion founded by Muhammad.
  12. 7th century AD. Teachings of Muhammad.
  13. The Ethiopians themselves, however, were very much on the defensive. Despite the Prophet Mohammed's seventh-century injunction to his followers to "leave the Abyssinians in peace", Muslim invaders did subsequently attack and occupy much of the Horn's northern coastal zone. ...
  14. Literally means "Submission to the Creator of the Universe". In this context, Islam is the only religion recognized by God. Its message (There is no Deity but God) was the same Message delivered by all Prophets. ...
  15. The religion which focuses on the human submission to Allah. The term "Islam" itself derives from two different roots, one which means "submission" and the other which means "peace." A person enters Islam by saying the Shahada. ...
  16. The faith of followers of the 7th-Century prophet Muhammad. Islam has more than 1 billion believers worldwide. The nation with the largest Islamic population is Indonesia. Like Christianity, Islam encompasses groups with wide-ranging interpretations and applications of Muhammad's teachings. ...
  17. Islam , an Arabic word which, since Mohammed's time, has acquired a religious ...
  18. Islam literally means submission (of one's self to the One Creator). Contrary to popular belief, Islam was not introduced by the Prophet Muhammad (S). Muhammad (S) was in fact the last prophet in a line of prophets - the first of whom was Prophet Adam (S).
  19. Religion expounded by the Prophet Muhammad (570-632 C.E.) on the basis of his reception of divine revelations, which were collected after his death into the Quran. ...
  20. (arabic Islam: to submit, or surrender, to God). The second largest category of religions in the world. 1400 years ago Mohammad created a version of the Judeo-Christian Bible based primarily on the Old Testament, called the Qur’an. ...
  21. Major world religion having its origins in 610 c.e. in the Arabian peninsula; meaning literally submission; based on prophecy of Muhammad. (pp. 277)
  22. Peace attained through willing obedience to Allah's divine guidance.
  23. Islam is an Arabic word the root of which is Silm and Salam. It means among others: peace, greeting, salutation, obedience, loyalty, allegiance, and submission to the will of the Creator of the Universe. ...
  24. (n.) 1. a religion based on the hallucinations of a pedophile while alone in a cave and not giving his brain any nutrition at the time. 2. a religion and social structure that's so weak that it can't handle anyone else in the whole world that doesn't follow it and can't tolerate any criticism.
  25. "submission to Allah". The Arabic root word for Islam means submission, obedience, peace, and purity.