1. What is the difference between the words “Islam,” “Islamic,” “Muslim,” and “Arab”? Islam is the name of a religion, as Christianity and Judaism are names of religions. The Arabic word “Islam” is based on the root “slm,” which means peace or surrender to God. Combining both translations results in the combined meaning “the state of peace through following God’s guidance.”
Islamic is an adjective that modifies a non-human noun, as for example, “Islamic art,” “Islamic architecture,” “Islamic beliefs,” etc. This term should not be used to refer to a person.
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Aisha (May Allah be pleased with her) reported: One night I missed the Messenger of Allah from his bed. I searched for him. When I found (ﷺ) him he was in prostrating posture and was reciting, “Subhanaka wa bi hamdika. La ilaha illa Anta.” ♥️