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Seeking help translating Arabic script

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Topic: Seeking help translating Arabic script
Posted By: nanakm99
Subject: Seeking help translating Arabic script
Date Posted: 03 December 2009 at 8:36pm
As-Salaam Alaikum,

I was given a framed picture with Arabic calligraphy which I believe is from the Qur'an, but I do not read Arabic.

Can anyone translate the script and/or give the reference for which chapter and verse this is from?

I would be grateful to any readers of Arabic for your help.

Thank you.






Replies:
Posted By: Full of Hopes
Date Posted: 13 December 2009 at 11:09am


 Asslamu Alaikum

 Actually this is not Arabic, I am not sure if it is Urdu, but I think it is form Persia or something like this.
   BUT it is not Arabic for sureSmile,, just the letters are Arabic letters.

 Allah knows the best.



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And whoever seeks a religion other than Islām, it will never be accepted of him, and in the Hereafter he will be one of the losers(3:85)


Posted By: Chrysalis
Date Posted: 13 December 2009 at 12:07pm
Wa'alaikum salaam "nanakm"

It is also not in Urdu.

I am pretty sure it is Persian - cz the 2nd last sentence of 2nd image has the words "Faarsi Tarjumma" which means Faarsi/Persian Translation.

You might wanna try your luck on an Iranian/Persian/Farsi forum. Unfortunately I also don't know Persian.

From the few words that I can understand it seems like it is talking about the Hadith of Prophet Muhammad (S.a.w)

 


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"O Lord, forgive me, my parents and Muslims in the Hereafter. O Lord, show mercy on them as they showed mercy to me when I was young."


Posted By: nanakm99
Date Posted: 13 December 2009 at 4:14pm
Thank you both, sisters, for your responses. I received a similar answer from one other person I asked, so I think it is Persian and I will look for a Faarsi forum or ask my Iranian neighbor next time I see him.





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