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Translate From Arabic Plz

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Thank you so much. Is it "intend" or "Intended"?

Salamun Alaykum. The Arabic verb is in past tense. Therefore, literally it means "I intended". However, in Arabic language, in many cases (including our case) past tense may be translated into present tense.

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Aoa. 

 

Can someone plz translate these too?

 

Im actually giving a presentation on the Masjid-e-Nabavi and I have to go into a lot of details. I would be obliged if anyone can translate these images. Thanks. 

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Aoa. 

 

Can someone plz translate these too?

 

Im actually giving a presentation on the Masjid-e-Nabavi and I have to go into a lot of details. I would be obliged if anyone can translate these images. Thanks. 

 

Assalamu Alaykum

 

From left to right:

1.       The prophet said: My intercession in Day of Judgment is a truth and whoever does not believe in it will not benefit from.

2.       (I cannot read the Arabic text)

3.       O the best person ever who his bones buried in the lands.

4.       (Continual of the above statement)… so by their (i.e. bones) purity all the lands and mountains became pure too.

5.       I wish to sacrifice my life for the grave which you are in it.

 

The Arabic texts are respectively:

1.       قال النبی (صلی الله علیه و سلم): شفاعتي يوم القيامة حق فمن لم يؤمن بها لم يكن من أهلها‏

2.        

3.       يا خير من دفنت بالقاع أعظمه

4.       فطاب من طيبهـن القـاع والأكـم

5.       نفسي الفـداء لقبـر أنـت ساكنـه

 

The first is a narration of our prophet and the third to fifth are parts of a famous poem. Usually the story which contains this poem is being used as an argument against Sunni scholars who deny the prophet’s intercession in this world. 

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Does this mean:

 

"This is the house of Abu Bakar..."?

 

Thanks. 

(salam)

 

The Arabic text is:

 ««هذه خوخة سيدنا أبى بكر الصدّيق رضى الله عنه

 

The word خوخة  in Arabic means a kind of small door (like a big window) between two houses which was commonly used by the Arabs at the time of prophet Muhammad.

 

As you know, our prophet - while he was in Medina - ordered all of his companions - with exception of Imam Ali - to close their houses’ doors which were being opened directly to the mosque. According to Sunni historians, after a while, some of his companions opened again small doors (خوخة) to the mosque. Again the prophet ordered them to close those doors too but this time with exception of Abu-Bakr. Since it is being regarded as a great honor for Abu-Bakr, they have kept that small door until now and even after new construction of the mosque they moved that small door to another position - close to one of the main entrances of the mosque- and that is what you see in that photo.

 

 So, that text can be translated as:

“This is that [famous] small door which belongs to our master, Abu-Bakr”.

 

(wasalam) 

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Brother, thank you really very much. You are greatly adding to my knowledge. 

You are most welcome... it is my pleasure if i can be of any help...  :)

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Salam “Liggel”

 

Reverentially I suggest you learning Arabic which is totally helpful whether throw your presentation or even in your studying about Islam.

 

Arabic is the language of the Quran and Hadith and you’ll get reward for that...

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Of course, you are right brohter.

 

I do have deep interest in learning Arabic. I can understand a bit and I am trying to learn more.

 

Plz translate this for me. Thanks.  

 

 

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