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Yajuj wa majuj ()
(Or ya'juj wa ma'juj) the people of gog and magog who are to burst forth near the end of time to wreak destruction.(Source:Taha Publication)
Yalamlama ()
The miqat of the people of yemen.(Source:Taha Publication)
Yamin ()
(Plural ayman) oath. oaths form a complementary role to evidence in islamic law. if a person is accused of an offence without the evidence of sufficient witnesses of good standing, he or she may swear an oath as to his or her innocence to avert punishment.(Source:Taha Publication)
Yaqin ()
Absolute unshakeable certainty and certitude; `ilm al-yaqin (knowledge of certainty) is given by proof or evidence; 'ayn alyaqin (source or eye of certainty) is given by witnessing and unveiling; and haqq al-yaqin (the truth of yaqin) is knowledge obtained according to what the witnessed so wills.(Source:Taha Publication)
Yasir ()
Slight, insignificant, immaterial.(Source:Taha Publication)

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