Declaring someone a disbeliever - تَكْفِيرٌ

Judging a Muslim to be an apostate.

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Disbelief - كُفْرٌ

It is the opposite of Islam or a statement, act, belief, doubt, or neglect of an obligation which takes one out of the fold of Islam.

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Theft - سَرِقةٌ

Secretly taking some valuable property from a secure place where property is usually hidden.

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Drinking alcohol - شُرْبُ الخَمْرِ

Consuming any intoxicant, be it liquid or solid, in small or large quantities.

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Adultery/Illegal sexual intercourse - زِنَى [زِنَا]

Sexual intercourse with a woman outside marriage or without her being the man’s female slave or doubtful female slave or wife.

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Obscene lie - إِفْكٌ

"Ifk": lying. It is derived from "afk", which means changing and diverting the truth. Other meanings: sin, false testimony, slander, falsehood.

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Prescribed legal punishments - حُدُودٌ

"Hūdūd" (sing. hadd): a limit set between two things; the terminal point of something. It is also used to mean prevention because it prevents the person from repeating the sin, as is the case in the punishment for fornication. The "hudūd" of Allah Almighty are the rulings which He laid down and forbade people from violating.

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False accusation of adultery - قَذْفٌ

"Qadhf": throwing something away. It also means cursing and was later used to refer to false accusation of adultery.

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Drinker of alcohol - شارِبُ الخَمْرِ

Tījāniyyah

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Lesbianism - سِحاقٌ

"Sihāq": sexual enjoyment between a woman and another woman. It is derived from "sahq", which means: remoteness, crushing (as lesbians press their sexual organs against each other).

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Rulers/Those in authority - أُولُو الأَمْرِ

Tījāniyyah

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Determined amount of something - نصاب

"Hisbah": amount, origin. It is derived from "nasb", which means: erecting, raising.

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Capacity to remain chaste through marriage - إحْصانٌ

"Ihsān": preventing. A "muhsana" woman is a chaste one.

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Discretionary punishment - تَعْزِيرٌ

"Ta‘zīr": It is derived from "‘azr", which means: preventing, repelling.

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Stoning the adulterer to death - رَجْمٌ

Tījāniyyah

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Apostasy - رِدَّةٌ

"Riddah": return, conversion. Other meanings: reversion, rejection, denial, transition.

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Compensating/Paying for damages - تَعْوِيضٌ

"Ta‘wīd": giving compensation to someone. It is derived from "‘iwad", which means: compensation, substitute.

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Rejection/Denial - جُحُودٌ

"Juhūd": denial, rejection. Opposite: acknowledgment. Original meaning: scarcity of anything.

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Resisting the aggressor - دَفْعُ الصّائِلِ

Tījāniyyah

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Divination - عِرافَةٌ

"‘Irāfah": the profession of the fortune-teller, soothsayer, or astrologer who claim to know the unseen and the future.

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Usurpation - غَصْبٌ

"Ghasb": openly taking something unjustly and by force.

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Brigandage/Highway robbery - قَطْعُ الطَّرِيقِ

Tījāniyyah

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Rebellion against the ruler - بَغْيٌ

"Baghy": oppression, transgression. Original meaning: corruption.

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Honor - عِرْضٌ

"‘Ird": honor, esteem. It is said to be anything for which a person is praised or dispraised.

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Chastity - عِفَّةٌ

"‘Iffah": refraining and abstaining from what is bad and objectionable. Original meaning: scarcity. Other meanings: purification, chastity.

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Adultery - فاحِشَةٌ

"Fāhishah": bad and objectionable speech or deed. It is derived from "fuhsh", which is ugliness and horribleness. Other meanings: adultery.

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Heresy - زندقة

"Zandaqah": lack of belief in the Hereafter and the Oneness of the Creator. Original meaning: narrowness. It is said to be a Persian word that entered Arabic language. Other meanings: being irreligious and believing that time is eternal.

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Heretic - زنديق

"Zindīq" (pl. zanādiqah): someone who does not believe in the Hereafter or the Oneness of the Creator. It also refers to he who has no religion and believes in eternalism. It is also used to refer to the hypocrite.

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Usurpation - اِغْتِصابٌ

"Ightisāb": taking something in an oppressive and unjust manner and by force. It is derived from "ghasb", which means: compulsion.

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Committing a sin/crime - إِجْرامٌ

"Ijrām": committing a "jurm": crime or sin. "Ijrām" is derived from "jarm", which means: cutting off or earning. A sin is called a "jurm" because it is something earned by its perpetrator. Other meanings: corrupting, hurting someone.

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Libeling Islam - طَعْنٌ في الدِّينِ

Disparaging any part of the religion of Islam and criticizing its rulings.

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Fabrication - اِفْتِرَاءٌ

"Iftrā’" (pl. fira): lying. It is derived from "fary", which means cutting, splitting. Other meanings: slander, oppression, fabrication, pretense.

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Consuming what is unlawful - أَكْلُ الحَرَامِ

Consuming what is forbidden by the Shariah, whether by eating, wearing, riding, or otherwise.

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Pardon/Forgiveness - عَفْوٌ

"‘Afw": forgiveness, pardon, refraining from punishment. Original meaning: abandoning, letting go. Other meanings: elimination, effacement, abundance.

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Transgression - تَعَدي

"Ta‘addi": oppression, transgression. Original meaning: exceeding the limit. Opposite: justice. Other meanings: corruption, causing harm.

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Insult - سَبٌّ

Any bad words intended to degrade and insult someone.

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Lust - شَهْوَةٌ

One's desire to have sexual intercourse.

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Details request - اسْتِفْصالٌ

Requesting to know the details of something and explanation related to it

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Torturing/Inflicting punishment - تَعْذِيبٌ

Punishing someone and disciplining him with every measure that is painful and difficult for him to bear.

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Weapon - سِلاحٌ

All the weapons of war and fight equipment.

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Abortion - إِجْهاضٌ

Expulsion of the fetus from the womb before it is fully grown or before completing the period of pregnancy.

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Mead - بِتْعٌ

An intoxicating drink made from honey.

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Necessities - ضَرُورِيّاتٌ

Interests that are necessary for the establishment of the religion and life, such that if all or some of them are missing, life is ruined or disturbed.

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Repelling/Prevention - دَرْءٌ

Repelling something and preventing it from happening

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Waiving the penalty - دَرْءُ الحَدِّ

Waiving the corporal penalty for a valid reason.

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Lack of jealousy - دِياثَةٌ

A man's lack of jealousy for his wife and his "Mahram" (permanently unmarriageable) female relatives whom he is prohibited from marrying.

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Thief - لِصٌّ

Someone who steals the property of another with force and harm, whether this is done secretly or openly.

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Pillaging/Robbing - نَهْبٌ

Taking someone else’s property openly, forcibly, and without giving him anything in return.

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Illegitimate child/Bastard - وَلَدُ الزِّنَا

A child born through unlawful sexual intercourse.

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Exposing/Defaming - تَشْهيرٌ

Exposing a person's faults by the ruler and announcing that to the people out of reprimand for that person and those like him.

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Overtness/Openness - عَلانِيَةٌ

Anything that is apparent to people and nothing is hidden thereof.

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Fabricated lie - فِرْيَةٌ

False accusation of adultry without evidence.

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Losing erection during penetration - إكسال

When a man's penis loses its erection after penetration during sexual intercourse, so he does not ejaculate.

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Lashing/Flogging - جَلْدٌ

Lashing a person with a whip a stipulated number of times with special conditions.

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Wrist - رُسْغٌ

The joint connecting the forearm with the hand.

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Kidnapping - اخْتِطافٌ

Seizing something swiftly in plain sight and running away with it.

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Disciplining - تَأْدِيبٌ

Light punishing or disciplining for wrong-doing by those in charge, other than the judge, for the sake of rectification.

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Expropriation/Confiscation - مُصادَرَةٌ

The procedure wherein the ruler confiscates a specific property from its owner by force and turns it into state property without compensation to the owner.

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Large city/Metropolis - مِصْرٌ

Any big city that has a ruler who applies the rulings of the Shariah and carries out the corporal punishments prescribed for crimes.

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Territory of transgression - دارُ البَغْيِ

A place to which people who have declared their disobedience to the ruler based on an incorrect interpretation of a Shariah text move once they overcome him.

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Secret lovers/Paramours - أخدان

Male and female friends, who secretly have sexual relations with each other.

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Submission - إِذْعَانٌ

Surrender and submission to something and acceptance of its consequences entirely, without any hesitation.

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Exposing flaws - فَضْحٌ

Disclosing the flaws of a person to make him known for them among people.

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Anus - دُبُر

The opening through which feces exit the body.

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Drinks/Beverages - أَشْرِبَةٌ

Liquids and fluids that are drunk and not chewed, whether they are Halal (lawful to eat) or not.

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Edge of the eyelid - شَفْرُ العَيْنِ

The edge of the eyelid, on which eyelashes grow.

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Paternity Claim - اسْتِلْحاقٌ

A man's claim that he is the father of a person whose lineage is unknown.

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Casting/Throwing (to make fruit drink and cider) - انْتِباذٌ

Throwing dates or raisins and the like in water to make it sweet and remove its salinity.

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Intoxication/Elation - انْتِشاءٌ

The state of elation a person experiences when drinking alcohol.

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Separation - انْفِصالٌ

Exiting of the fetus from the mother's belly and disconnecting from it before completing its due time.

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Shutting/Closing - إغْلاقٌ

Firmly closing a door or so to prevent it from being opened.

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Hairless/Beardless - أَجْرَدُ

A man who has no facial hair though he is past puberty.

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Requesting repentance - اسْتِتابَةٌ

Asking a person who was formerly Muslim and became an apostate (a disbeliever) to repent and return to Islam.

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Seeking respite - اسْتِمْهالٌ

It is to request extra time in order to fulfill a certain task.

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Aortal - أَبْهَر

Artery that originates from the heart; if it is cut, one dies.

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Copulation - إِتْيانٌ

Copulation between a man and his wife.

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Post-amputation treatment - حَسْمٌ

Treating the place where an organ was cut off to stop the bleeding.

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Anesthetic - بَنْجٌ

A plant used to soothe pain and numb the body organs.

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A bar (of gold or silver) - سَبِيكَةٌ

A molten piece of gold or silver molded into a certain shape.

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Vinegar - خَلٌّ

The sour juice of grapes, dates, and the like.

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Looting - انْتِهابٌ

Seizing something publicly by force.

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Chunk in the throat - غُصَّةٌ

When food, drink, or the like gets stuck in the throat and does not go down to the stomach.

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Intercrural sex/Thigh sex - مُفَاخَذَةٌ

Sexually enjoying a woman between her thighs without vaginal penetration.

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Snatching - اِخْتِلاسٌ

Snatching something in the presence of its owner while he is inattentive and running away with it.

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Jugular vein - أَخْدَعٌ

A hidden vein on the sides of the neck, where cupping is performed.

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Parts - أَبْعاضٌ

Anything liable to be separated from the whole.

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Dim-sighted - عَمَشٌ

Weak eyesight along with excessive tearing.

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Grapes - عِنَبٌ

Fresh grapes.

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