Category:Hilf al-Fudul

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English: Hilf al-Fudul (Arabic: حلف الفضول‎) was a 7th-century alliance created by the Islamic prophet Muhammad and various Meccans, to establish justice for all through collective action, even for those who had no connections to the powerful. Because of Muhammad's role in its formation, the alliance plays a significant role in Islamic ethics. Because fudul commonly means "virtuous" the alliance is often translated as League of the Virtuous.
Hilf al-Fudul 
7th-century alliance
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Hilf al-fudul (it); حلف الفضول (ur); Hilf al-Fudul (fr); Hilf al-Fudul (id); حلف‌الفضول (fa); Hilfü'l-Fudul (az); Hilf al-Fudul (ms); Hılful Fudul (tr); حلف الفضول (ar); Hilf al-Fudul (en); Hilf al-Fudul (en-gb); Hilf al-Fudul (en-ca); হিলফুল ফুজুল (bn); Hilf al-Fudul (nl) 7th-century alliance (en); حلف في القرن السابع (ar); সপ্তম শতকের সংঘ (bn) Hilful fudul, Hılfu'l-Fudul (tr); حلف الفضول (fa); pacte des vertueux (fr); League of the Virtuous (en)


This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.