- From Arabic تكبير (takbiir). (Wiktionary)
“The night before Eid is with the takbir which is held in the mosques or musallas.”
“In the Islamic world, instead of applause, often someone will shout "takbir" and the crowd will respond "Allahu Akbar" in chorus.”
“But at the end of the day, when an imam calls for Tawhid, unity in the oneness of Allah, and performs the takbir, “Allahu Akbar,” nearly all Muslims unite.”
“The acqusitions people at eBay doing diligence for the deal knew about this and considered it a huge red flag, but it was the execs (Meg et al) who decided to press forward with it anyway. eBay had decent people; they just had ridiculously stupid top management that was basically a revolving door to MBA consulting firms like Anderson and Bain. reply takbir”
“How do you even begin to process the idea of an American soldier shouting the takbir, before mowing down his comrades in arms?”
“Sweeping off his hat, he turned toward Mecca and raised his hands to each side of his face in the gesture prescribed for the recitation of the takbir.”
“When the child is born the _azan_ or summons to prayer is uttered aloud in his right ear, and the _takbir_ or Muhammadan creed in his left.”
“Alleluya! "just as Muslim might exclaim the takbir" Allahu Akbar!”
“If the women can even hear these takbir - which are not repeated by any of the congregation”
“His prostrations are initiated with takbir (Allahu Akbar) at the end of his salat before making tasleem (Assalamu aleikum X2).”
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