Theft - سَرِقةٌ

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

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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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Rejection/Denial - جُحُودٌ

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

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Usurpation - غَصْبٌ

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

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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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Consuming what is unlawful - أَكْلُ الحَرَامِ

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

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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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Waiving the penalty - دَرْءُ الحَدِّ

Waiving the corporal penalty for a valid reason.

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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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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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Shutting/Closing - إغْلاقٌ

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

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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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A bar (of gold or silver) - سَبِيكَةٌ

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

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Looting - انْتِهابٌ

Seizing something publicly by force.

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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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Parts - أَبْعاضٌ

Anything liable to be separated from the whole.

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