Mohammed – ein pädophiler Kinderschänder

Separating concepts in Islam from concepts specific to Arab culture or from the language itself can be difficult Many Arabic concepts have an Arabic secular meaning as well as an Islamic meaning One example is the concept of dawah Arabic like all languages contains words whose meanings differ across various contexts The word Islam is itself a good example. Eid al-Fitr (عيد الفطر) If you are the site owner (or you manage this site) please whitelist your IP or if you think this block is an error please open a support ticket and make sure to include the block details (displayed in the box below) so we can assist you in troubleshooting. Arabic is written in its own alphabet with letters symbols and orthographic conventions that do not have exact equivalents in the Latin alphabet (see Arabic alphabet) The following list contains transliterations of Arabic terms and phrases; variations exist e.g din instead of deen and aqidah instead of aqeedah Most items in the list also contain their actual Arabic spelling

The following list consists of notable concepts that are derived from both Islamic and Arab tradition which are expressed as words in the Arabic language The main purpose of this list is to disambiguate multiple spellings to make note of spellings no longer in use for these concepts to define the concept in one or two lines to make it easy for one to find and pin down specific concepts and to provide a guide to unique concepts of Islam all in.