They were Peaks of Humbleness

The higher the Companions rose through Islamic morals, the more amazingly humble they became. Below is typical example: Salman Farisi -Allah be well-pleased with himwas the governor of Madain when a man, from the Taym Clan, arrived from Damascus with a sack of figs. He saw Salman -Allah be well-pleased with him-, whom he was […]

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AL-MUIZZ: The Honorer and AL-MUDHIL: The Dishonorer

AL-MUÍZZ (المعز) The Honorer, The Bestower of Honor, The Exalter, The Empowerer, The Strengthener, The Glorifier Arabic root From the root (ع ز ز) which has the following classical Arabic connotations: to be mighty, potent, strong, powerful; to be high, elevated, noble, exalted; to be honorable, noble, glorious, illustrious; to be indomitable, invincible; to be respected, […]

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AL-MUIZZ: The Honorer and AL-MUDHIL: The Dishonorer

AL-MUÍZZ (المعز) The Honorer, The Bestower of Honor, The Exalter,  The Empowerer, The Strengthener, The Glorifier Arabic root From the root (ع ز ز) which has the following classical Arabic connotations: to be mighty, potent, strong, powerful; to be high, elevated, noble, exalted; to be honorable, noble, glorious, illustrious to be indomitable, invincible; to be […]

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AL-KHAFID: The Abaser and AR-RAFI: The Exalter

AL- KHĀFID (الخافض) The Abaser, The Humiliator, The Humbler, The Degrader, The Lowerer Arabic root From the root (خ ف ض) which has the following classical Arabic connotations: to lower, weaken, depress; to make humble, abase; to relax, diminish, subdue; to make gentle, tranquil, easy to deal with; to soften, make easy, facilitate English meanings The […]

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