Al Fattah
Al Fattah is one of the Names of Allah. It is part of the 99 Names by which Muslims regard God, and which are traditionally maintained as described in the Qur'ān and Sunnah, amongst other places..
Ash Shakur
Ash Shakur is one of the Names of Allah. It is part of the 99 Names of God, by which Muslims regard God and which are traditionally maintained as described in the Qur'ān, and Sunnah, amongst other pl...
Khuda
Khuda or Khoda (Persian: خدا‎) is the Iranian word for "Lord" or "God". Formerly, it was used in reference to Ahura Mazda (the god of Zoroastrianism) and today for God in Islam by only the Irani...
Khuda - Wikipedia
Haqq
Haqq (حقّ) is the Arabic word for truth. In Islamic context, it is also interpreted as right and reality. Al-Haqq, the truth, is one of the names of God in the Qur'an. It is often used to refer to God...
At Tawwab
At Tawwaab is one of the Names of Allah. It is part of the 99 Names of God, by which Muslims regard God and which are traditionally maintained as described in the Qur'ān, and Sunnah, amongst other pl...
Al-Afuw
Afuw (Arabic: العفو) is one of the Names of Allah. It is part of the 99 Names of God, by which Muslims regard God and which are traditionally maintained as described in the Qur'ān, and Sunnah, among...
Al-Afuw - Wikipedia
Al-Batin
Al-Batin (الباطن) means "the hidden", and is one of the 99 Names of Allah according to Islam. Reciting the name of Al-Batin is regarded by some Muslims to have the benefit of allowing the speaker to "...
Al Haleem
Al Haleem (Arabic: الحليم‎) is one of the Names of Allah. It is part of the 99 Names of God, by which Muslims regard God and which are traditionally maintained as described in the Qur'ān, a...
Al-Ghafir
Al-Ghāfir (الغافر) is one of the titles of God in Islam, translated as "The Forgiver". It is derived from the root gh-f-r (غَفَرَ). The basic meaning of the root is "to cover, to shield, to protect", ...
Al-Ghafir - Wikipedia
Ash-Shaheed
Ash-Shaheed is #50 of the 99 Names of Allah, and translates from Arabic as The Witness. The One who sees all, both seen and unseen. The constant observer.
Rabb
Rabb (Arabic: رب‎, Turkish: Rab is an Arabic word meaning Lord, Sustainer, Cherisher, Master, Nourisher. In Islam, Ar-Rabb is often used to address Allah, although Ar-Rabb is not one of ...