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The term kawthar is an intensive form of the noun kathrah (Zamakhshari), which, in its turn, denotes ‘copiousness’, ‘multitude’ or ‘abundance’; it also occurs as an adjective with the same connotation (Qamus, Lisan al-Arab).
In the above context, which is the sole instance of its use in the Qur’an, al-kawthar obviously relates to the abundant bestowal on the Prophet ﷺ of all that is good in an abstract, spiritual sense, like revelation, knowledge, wisdom, the doing of good works, and dignity in this world and in the hereafter (Razi); with reference to the believers in general, it evidently signifies the ability to acquire knowledge, to do good works, to be kind towards all living beings, and thus to attain to inner peace and dignity. #

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The term kawthar is an intensive form of the noun kathrah (Zamakhshari), which, in its turn, denotes ‘copiousness’, ‘multitude’ or ‘abundance’; it also occurs as an adjective with the same connotation (Qamus, Lisan al-Arab).

In the above context, which is the sole instance of its use in the Qur’an, al-kawthar obviously relates to the abundant bestowal on the Prophet ﷺ of all that is good in an abstract, spiritual sense, like revelation, knowledge, wisdom, the doing of good works, and dignity in this world and in the hereafter (Razi); with reference to the believers in general, it evidently signifies the ability to acquire knowledge, to do good works, to be kind towards all living beings, and thus to attain to inner peace and dignity. #

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My Lunar Eclipse Photo 11 photos over 5 hours

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My Lunar Eclipse Photo 11 photos over 5 hours

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Assalamuallaikum! I need your advice: I told my friends that i want to keep distance at them because they are non muslim and don't believen on Allah. but now i lost all of my friends because they couldn't understood it. what should i do now?

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Wa alaikom salaam, I think they took it in a different way. Go back to them and explain to them what Islam teaches and what may happen if I’m in bad company, how it affects me in this life and the next, etc..Try and make it a friendly discussion, so you are teaching them what you can do and what you cannot do. This way, they won’t take any offence. May Allah make it easy for you, ameen