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English: Arabic calligraphy for "Sadaqa Allahul Azeem" meaning "Allah Almighty has provided this truth." Sadaqa is a word meaning charity in Arabic and in Islam - so, saying "sadaqa Allahul Azeem" is a recognition of gratitude for a gift of Providence from Allah. This phrase is commonly recited by Muslims after reciting verses of Qur'an.
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