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“The Arabic term baraka is only vaguely understood in the English sense of "blessing," the lexical translation.”
“Barack is a variant of the Arabic and African word baraka, the blessed one, or if you prefer, the Hebrew word for lightning (the Barak of Jewish tradition is a victor against the odds, which should come in handy for Obama).”
“North African would say that Qaddafi has "baraka," a good fortune that protects him from evil.”
“The sufis have a word 'baraka', which means the ability to transmit spiritual energy through verbal or non-verbal means.”
“Thu. 7/1/10 3: 19pm postmanpaul: hi fabio, this is reminding me of the movie 'baraka'. very nice.”
“This was his Sufi Saint act of conveying "baraka" on America (or was it "ka-ka" on America?).”
“This was his Sufi Saint act of conveying "baraka" on America (or was it ka-ka?)”
“The Arabic word meaning "blessing," baraka implies that your money goes further; you sense that you waste less and save more.”
“Obama will need a further dose of baraka after Osama bin Laden and now Qadhafi if he is to succeed in getting reelected.”
“There is a negation meaning "misfortune" or "bad luck" as the opposite of baraka.”
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