shahada

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Related to shahadahs: There is no god but Allah

sha·ha·da

or sha·ha·dah  (shə-hä′də)
n.
The central statement of faith in Islam, recited ceremonially by new converts and consisting of an affirmation of the uniqueness of God and of Muhammad as God's prophet.

[Arabic šahāda, a witnessing, testimony, shahada, from šahida, to bear witness, testify, confirm; akin to Aramaic səhed, to bear witness.]
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shahada

(ʃəˈhɑːdə)
n
(Islam) the Islamic declaration of faith, repeated daily by Muslims
[from Arabic, literally: witnessing]
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