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Why Pray in Arabic?

The question some times is asked as to why should a Muslim pray only in Arabic language and not his mother tongue.

It may first seem logical that every Muslim should pray through his own mother language, so that he may understand what he say; but a little more thinking and study, we shall find that there are strong arguments in favour of only one common language and that also Arabic.

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Alqaab (Titles) of Imam Ali bin Abi Taleb (as)

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Islamic Stories - Imam Ali (A.S.)

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Among various titles, the most famous were:

* Al-Murtaza (Murtadha) - The Chosen one of Allah
* Amir al-Muminin (Ameerul Momineen) - The Commander of the Faithful
* Imamul Muttaqeen - The Guide of the Pious and God fearing people
* Mozhar al-Ajaaib (Mazharul Ajaib) - The Manifest of wonders
* Madeenatul Ilm - The Gateway of the City of Knowledge
* Saiyyidul Ausiya - The Chief of deputies of the Holy Prophet
* Imamul Auliya - The Guide of the Saints
* Asadullahul Ghaleb - The Ever Triumphant Lion of Allah
* Lisaanullah - The Tongue of Allah


* Yadullah - The Hand of Allah
* Wajhullah - The Face of Allah
* Nafse Rasulullah - The Soul of the Holy Prophet
* Valiullah - The Friend of Allah
* Siddeequl Akbar - The Greatest Truthful
* Farooqul Aazam - The Greatest Distinguisher (between the truth and the falsehood)
* Abu Turab - The Father of the Soil/Earth
* Faateh-e-Khaiber - The Conqueror of Khaiber
* Abul Aimmah - The Father of the Holy Imams
* Akhu Rasulullah - The Brother of the Holy Prophet
* Abul Eetam - The Father of orphans and the helpless
* Haidar-e-Karrar - The Charging Lion
* Safdar - Piercing lines, fighter

 

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