Definition of Dar al-islam

1. Noun. Areas where Muslims are in the majority.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dar Al-islam

Danubian
Danubian endemic familial nephropathy
Danubians
Danysz
Danysz phenomenon
Danzig
Daoism
Daoist
Daphne
Daphne cneorum
Daphne du Maurier
Daphne laureola
Daphne mezereum
Dapsang
Daqing
Dar al-Islam
Dar al-harb
Dar es Salaam
Dara
Darby
Darbyite
Darbyites
Darcy
Dard
Dardan
Dardanelles
Dardanelles campaign
Dardanian
Dardanians
Dardanus

Literary usage of Dar al-islam

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1. Strategic Transformation and Naval Power in the 21st Century by Pelham G. Boyer, Robert S. Wood (1998)
"In Arabic it is known as the dar-al-islam. Outside this boundary is the dar- al-harb, "the abode of war," and which in early Muslim tradition was to be ..."

2. Mohammedan Theories of Finance by Nicolas Prodromon Aghnides (1916)
"... of Persons 1 ACCORDING to Mohammedan theory the world at large falls into two parts, the world of Moslems (dar al- islam) and the world of foes, ..."

3. Moon-o-theism: A Study of Mideast Moon-God Religionsby Yoel Natan by Yoel Natan (2006)
"Thus in Muslim thinking the entire world is zoned into two perpetually warring camps, the Dar al-Islam and Dar al-Harb (the Territory of War). ..."

4. Boundaries and Frontiers in Medieval Muslim Geography by Ralph W. Brauer (1995)
"... perhaps also by other natural barriers) the territory of Dar al Islam can the realm be conceived of as divided into two (or more) political communities ..."

5. From Berlin to Bagdad and Babylon by John Augustine Zahm (1922)
"But still, again, what are the facts I It is true that Moslem canon law still divides the world into Dar al-Islam— Abode of Islam—and Dar al-harb—Abode of ..."

6. Aspects of Islam by Duncan Black Macdonald (1911)
"Significantly, in this connection, canon law divides the whole world into two, Dar al-Islam, "Abode of Islam," and Dar al harb, "Abode of War"— where Islam ..."

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