Hello, Timshaw9.

I did a tweet like this.

Now, have you heard the word "Bismitler"?

Muslims always talk about this "Bismitler" when they start doing something, like before or before eating.

Today, we are going to decipher what meaning is hidden in the "Bismitler".

Incidentally, the movie that became a topic recently [Bohemian Rhapsody] is, in fact, even in the lyrics of the song of the Queen [Bimiler] appears.

There is no relation with Islam, but it is strange.

Now, the word "Bismitler" is the one that the "Bismillahirrahmanirrahiim" of the Arabic language was shortened.

بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْمِ

It is such a feeling when actually writing in Arabic.

Because "Bismillahirrahmanirrahiim" is long, this article uses "Bismitler".

I'll go to the chase.

First Japanese look at the translation

Mercy universally merciful in the name of Allah.

In the bilingual Quran that I own, "Bismitler" is translated in this way.

However, it does not understand the meaning honestly only by seeing this translation.At least I am.

So once separated by words, what meaning and thought is included, let's take a closer look.

They look at a word unit

"Bismitler" is an Arabic sentence consisting of four words.

  1. Bismi
  2. Allah
  3. Al-rahman
  4. Al-rahiim

(1) Bismi + Allah

Bismi: In the name of
Allah: Allah (God)
Bismi + Allah = "Bismillah"

This "Bismillah" means "in the name of Allah."

So why do Muslims say "in the name of Allah" when they begin to act?

It is because there is a thought to Islam that "our whole life is decided by God" and "We want to act on something that God wants us to do it."

So the meaning of "in the name of Allah" means "under the God who leads us."

(2) Al-rahman

"All the things we are getting are given by God."

Islam has such an idea.

It has the meaning of "Al-rahman", the very person who gives it all.

Muslims are referred to as "Bimitler" instead of "we have."

"I have it" is a word to the animal who gave the life and the producer who gave the crops.

The term "Bismitler" is a word to God who gave it to me.

(3) Al-rahiim

This "Al-rahiim" means "a loving and tolerant person."

I did a tweet like this.

Http://timshaw9.com/2019/05/13/don't know unexpectedly?Eating and drinking allowed during fasting

This article is also so.

This is the meaning of God, who is tolerant of unconsciousness and ignorance.


"Bispmiller" includes the meaning of "giving everything, forgiving, loving, and guiding us in God".

Have a nice day…. Asalamu'ara!

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