Shahidi

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Shahid da Shaheed (larabci شهيد šahīd, jam'i: Larabciشُهَدَاء, šuhadāʾ ; mace: šahīda) kalmar tasamo asali ne daga cikin Kalmar Larabci na Qurani dake nufin "shaida" kuma ana amfani da ita a dangana wa wanda yayi shahada wurin mutuwarsa.[1] ana amfani da Kalmar ga musulmi da suka rasu ta hanyar daukaka Kalmar Allah, a matsayin girmamawa, musamman wadanda suka mutu yayin jihadi, ko a tarihi ga wadanda suka mutu wurin fadada addinin Allah (Musulunci). Aikin yin Shahada shi akekira da istishhad.

Kalmar shahid a Larabci na nufin "shaida". "shaida", a cikin Sabon alkawari ko "martyr"), Asalin farkon Kalmar martyr. Shahid yazo da dama acikin Quran a siffar dake nuna "shaida", amma sau daya a siffar datake nuna wanda yayi shahada, "martyr; mutumin daya mutu saboda addinin sa "; a wannan siffar ne daga baya yasamu amfani a hadisai sosai.[2][3]

As with the English word martyr, in the 20th century, the use of the word shahid has come to have both religious and non-religious connotations, and will often be used to describe those who have died for non-religious ideological causes.[4] Shahid da turanci Martyr. Shahidi a musulunce shine duk wani mutumin da aka kashe akan hanyar shahada, kuma ana masa zaton ya mutu dan'Aljannah ne shi.

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  1. Khalid Zaheer (November 22, 2013). "Definition of a shaheed". Dawn. Retrieved 11 January 2016. 
  2. "The word shahid (plural shahada) has the meaning of "martyr" and is closely related in its development to the Greek martyrios in that it means both a witness and a martyr [...] in the latter sense only once is it attested (3:141)." David Cook, Oxford Bibliographies
  3. "Henry George Liddell, Robert Scott, A Greek-English Lexicon, μάρτυ^ς". www.perseus.tufts.edu. 
  4. Habib, Sandy (2017). "Dying for a Cause Other Than God: Exploring the Non-religious Meanings of Martyr and Shahīd". Australian Journal of Linguistics 37 (3): 314. doi:10.1080/07268602.2017.1298395.