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the principles for application

the principles for practicable matters (the principles that explain how to put the religious rules to practical use)

the principles for deducing

the principles for inference, presumption (the principles that have been extracted of different sources for deducing a law is true or not.)

The Principles of Exemption

the principle of acquaintance release (When there is doubt about something  , we should make ourselves exemption of remained duty.)

The study of the biography of the Transmitters

The study of the biography of the Transmitters of traditions

The study of the Transmitters

The study of the biography of the Transferor of traditions


Divine Matters (It is a science that explains different aspects of divine matters especially Osool-e-Din)

Three (ثلاثه)

Three (3) is thalathah in Arabic.

Thulfiqar (ذوالفقار)

Thulfiqar is the name of the sword Imam Ali (PBUH) used to fight the infidels with. It was crafted in a speacial and different way to other swords that it had two points (tongues) at it's end.

Tifl (طفل)


To (الى)

The English word 'to' can have multiple uses and is especially fluid in use. In Arabic different words are used to represent it within a sentence based on how the sentence is worded and its meaning.
1. "I went to the show" - to is 'ila' here
2. "To sail in a boat is..." - such a sentence is rarely started the same way as the English sentence, but in this case it can be 'li...' or 3. "To bake a cake you..." - 'hatta' (implies a question was asked).

The Arabic true-from shown is the word 'ila'.

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