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Explanation: I would say the first for "Muharamaat" and the second for "Nawaahi". The word "Sharee'ah" is widely acknowledged in the English language and this is exactly what's meant by "muharamaat", which are things that are forbidden in the Islamic law
Explanation: prohibitions are actions labeled as prohibited under the Sharia Law (Islamic law) Nawahi in Arabic means forbiding people from committing wrongdoing by advising them , warning them or phisically forcing them not to do it.
ayman musa Local time: 12:20 Works in field Native speaker of: Arabic