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The Takbīr is the Arabic phrase Allāhu akbar, "God is [the] greatest". It is a common Islamic Arabic expression, used in various contexts by Muslims; in formal prayer, in the call for prayer, as an informal expression of faith, in times of distress or joy, or to express resolute determination or defiance.
Takbir
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The Takbīr is the Arabic phrase Allāhu akbar, "God is [the] greatest". It is a common Islamic Arabic expression, used in various contexts by Muslims; in formal prayer, in the call for prayer, as an informal expression of faith, in times of distress or joy, or to express resolute determination or defiance.
Takbir
Takbir
The Takbīr is the Arabic phrase Allāhu akbar, "God is [the] greatest". It is a common Islamic Arabic expression, used in various contexts by Muslims; in formal prayer, in the call for prayer, as an informal expression of faith, in times of distress or joy, or to express resolute determination or defiance.
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