Ahl-e-Hadith (اَھْلِ حَدِیْث) The ones who give Hadith precedence over the Quran.
Fidyah (فِدْیَہ) Ransom.
Hadith (حَدِیْث) A collection of Islamic traditions containing sayings of the Holy Prophet Muhammad(sa).
Ilm-e-Jafar or ‘Ilm-e-Jafar (عِلْمِ جَفَر ) The specific oriental art of divination.
Jizyah (جِزْیَہ) Tax.
Laylat-ul-Qadr (لَیْلَۃُ الْقَدْر) The Night of Destiny.
Muhaddath (مُحَدَّث) An individual who receives an abundance of revelation from God Almighty and is blessed with divine discourse.
Mujaddid (مُجَدِّد) A reformer.
Majruh (مَجْرُوْح) Susceptible to objections and thus not acceptable.
Riwayat (رِوَایَت) The chain of the narrators of a Hadith and its text (Matan) taken as a unit.
Mujahid (مُجَاھِد) The one who wages Jihad.
Ghazi (غَازِی) The one who is not martyred in a Jihad.
Sihah Sittah (صِحَاح سِتَّہ) The six authentic books of Hadith.
Mubahalah (مُبَاھَلَہ) Prayers in which each party of opponents supplicates: “the curse of Allah be upon the one who is a wrongdoer.”
Wa’id (وَعِیْد) The prophecies that promise punishment, provided one does not repent.
Qiblah (قِبْلَہ) The House of Allah in Mecca towards which the Muslims face while praying.