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Ayah/Ayat

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    Ayah/Ayat

    Usually translated as “verse” or “sign.” Refers to divisions within surahs (chapters) of the Quran. Also used within Quranic texts to refer to evidence of God in nature, miracles confirming truth of prophetic message, revealed messages in general, or a fundamental point within a surah.

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