Басмала — нұсқалар арасындағы айырмашылық

ш
clean up, replaced: Тағы қара → Тағы қараңыз using AWB
ш (Bot: Migrating 29 interwiki links, now provided by Wikidata on d:q273639 (translate me))
ш (clean up, replaced: Тағы қара → Тағы қараңыз using AWB)
In the Qur'an the phrase is usually numbered as the first verse of the [[Al-Fatiha|first sura]] but, according to the view adopted by [[Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari|Al-Tabari]], it precedes the first verse. It occurs at the beginning of each subsequent sura of the Qur'an, except for the [[At-Tawba|ninth]] (see, however, the discussion of the eighth and ninth [[Sura|chapters]] of the [[Qur'an]] at the [[Al-Anfal|eighth sura]]); it is not numbered as a verse except (in the most common system as of 2011 CE) in the first [[sura]]. The ''Basmala'' occurs ''within'' the [[An-Naml|27th sura]] in verse 30, where it prefaces a letter from [[Sulayman]] to the [[Queen of Sheba]], [[Bilqis]].
 
Basmalah is extensively used in Muslim everyday life, said as the opening of each action in order to receive blessing from God.<ref>{{cite web|title=Islamic-Dictionary.com Definition|url=http://www.islamic-dictionary.com/index.php?word=bismillah}}</ref> Basmalah is a necessary requirement to [[Halal]] food and [[Dhabihah#Islamic_Slaughtering|Islamic Slaughtering]], used to requesting a permission to kill the animal for human benefits.
 
In the Indian subcontinent, a [[Bismillah ceremony]] is held for a child's initiation into Islam.
 
;Wahshi bin Harb reported: Some of the [[Sahaba]] of the Prophet said, "We eat but are not satisfied." He said, "Perhaps you eat separately." The Sahaba replied in the affirmative. He then said, "Eat together and mention the Name of [[God in Islam|God]] over your food. It will be blessed for you". — From [[Abu Dawood]]
 
 
Arabic-speaking Christians sometimes use the word Basmala ({{lang-ar|بسملة}}) to refer to the Christian [[Trinitarian formula|liturgical formula]] "In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit" ({{lang|ar|باسم الآب والابن والروح القدس}}, ''{{transl|ar|ALA-LC|bismi-l-[[Ab (Semitic)|’ab]]i wa-l-ibni wa-r-rūḥi l-qudusi}}''), from Matthew 28:19.<ref>[http://www.arabicbible.com/bible/nt/mat/28.htm Matthew 28:19 (Arabic)] Retrieved 2011-07-25.</ref><ref>''[[Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic]]'' by Hans Wehr, edited by J.M. Cowan, 4th edition 1979 (ISBN 0-87950-003-4), p. 73.</ref>
The [[Iran]]ian authorities permitted an album of songs by [[English people|English]] [[rock music|rock]] band [[Queen (band)|Queen]] to be released in Iran in August 2004, partly because the song "[[Bohemian Rhapsody]]" contained several exclamations of the word ''Bismillah''.<ref name="Queen album brings rock to Iran">{{cite news|url=http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/3593532.stm|date=2004-08-24|accessdate=2007-03-04|title=Queen album brings rock to Iran|work=BBC News}}</ref> The group's [[lead singer]], [[Freddie Mercury]], was born in [[Zanzibar]] as Farrokh Bulsara to Indian [[Parsi people|Parsi]] parents and was proud of his Persian ancestry.<ref name="Queen album brings rock to Iran"/> At the beginning of each of his albums, [[United States]] [[rapper]] [[Mos Def]] recites ''Basmala''. [[Rapper]] [[Lupe Fiasco]] recites ''Basmala'' during the first track on his album ''[[Lupe Fiasco's Food & Liquor]]''.<ref>[http://rap.about.com/od/albumreviews/fr/FoodandLiquor.htm Lupe Fiasco's Food and Liquor]</ref> [[BT (musician)|BT]]'s song "Firewater" also features the phrase. Rapper [[Rakim]] closes the last verse of his song "R.A.K.I.M." (from the [[8 Mile (soundtrack)|''8 Mile'' soundtrack]]) with "''Bismillah al-Rahman al-Rahim''". In 2008, the remix of [[hip hop]] artist [[Busta Rhymes]]' single "[[Arab Money]]" was the subject of controversy because of its use of ''Basmala'' in the chorus.
-->
== Тағы қарақараңыз ==
* [[Кәлимә]]
* [[List of Christian terms in Arabic]]