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    • By monoroma
      Dear All, 
       
      I am new to the forum and am looking for help. I am going through a stressful time in my life and have sought the blessing and guidance of an elder. He kindly sent me two duwas, but since I have Surahs memorized and read translations, I have forgotten how to read Arabic. I am sharing links to the duwas. Can you please help me pronounce them? I have e-mailed him with the same request, but since he is so busy, it might be a while till he gets back to me and I want to get started as soon as possible. 
       
      I would be very grateful if someone could help me read the duwas. 
       
      Thank you in advance. 
       
      Here are the links: a) http://imageshack.us/a/img811/1426/dumf.jpg and b) http://imageshack.us/a/img441/6193/top2s.png
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    • By TonyJ
      Please only answer the post if you are a native speaker of Arabic. I am only interested in native speakers opinions, not even people that have studied Arabic for many years.
       
      The question is simple, the Koran verse 4:34 when talking about disobident wives, it suggest the following action should be taken against them (among other things):
       
      إضربوهن
       
      What does this mean?
       
      The traditional translation is that it means to hit them:
       
      YUSUFALI: beat them (lightly)
      PICKTHAL: scourge them
      SHAKIR: beat them
       
      But I have read a few places online that it could have another meaning not connected with physical violence of any sort. So I was interested in knowing what actual native Arabic speakers think it means and what propertion of native Arabic speakers think it could mean something else.
       
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