In the Name of Allah, The Most Gracious, Ever Merciful.

Muslims who believe in the Messiah,
Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani(as)
Muslims who believe in the Messiah, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani (as), Love for All, Hatred for None.

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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.

Fidyah (فِدْیَہ) Ransom.

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.