Hadeeth: Narration's and reports of the deeds and sayings of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.).
Hajj: Pilgrimage to Makkah during the month of Dhul Hijjah.
Hajjat al-Balagh: The Pilgrimage of conveying the message.
Hajjat al-Wada: The Farewell Pilgrimage - when the Prophet bade farewell to his Ummah.
Hajre Aswad: The black stone embedded in the wall of the holy Ka'bah.
Hakamayn: Two hakims.
Hakim: One who issues decrees (magistrate).
Halaal: Anything permitted by the Shariah (Islamic Law). Lawful.
Hanifiyyah: To devote oneself fully to Allah and completely surrender to His will. This is the name of the religion of Prophet Ibrahim [peace and blessings be upon him).
Haraam: Anything prohibited by the Shariah.
Haram Hurma Mu-abbad: A haraam decree forever binding.
Haram Hurmatum Mu Aqqatah: A haram decree which lasts only for a certain period.
Haram Shareef: The area where the holy Ka'bah is situated.
Hawaazin: A tribe of Arabs who live in Taif-Arabia.
Hejaz: The original name given to Arabia.
Hijr: Known as Hatim. it is the half-walled area attached to the Ka'bah which is also called Hijr-Isma'il and Hijr al-Ka'bah.
Hijrah: Migration of the Holy Prophet from Mecca to Madinah. To leave ones place of residence for the sake of Allah.
Hilf al-Fudul (the alliance of excellence): This alliance was called hilf al-Fudul, due to the excellence of the contents of this agreement.
Hilful Fudhool: A pledge taken to help the orphans and widows.
Hiqqah: A three year old camel's colt.
Hubal: One of the major idols in pre-Islamic Arabia.
Hurmatul Musaharah: Family ties which are haram through marriage .
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