I pray to the Almighty that he might enlighten my enemies.

Arabic translation: أدعو الله القدير أن ينير بصيرة أعدائي

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12:52 Jan 18, 2001
English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: I pray to the Almighty that he might enlighten my enemies.
I would like to know how to say it in Arabic and I would like to know how to write it in Arabic. Thank you.
jason dudley
Arabic translation:أدعو الله القدير أن ينير بصيرة أعدائي
Explanation:
I prefer to use the word الله with القديرthough it is not part of the original sentence cause it is always preferable in Arabic to do so
regards
Mueen Issa
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Summary of answers provided
naAD'U ALLAH AL-QADEER AN YUNEERA BASEERAT A'DA'EE..
Fuad Yahya
naAdo’ol laha subhhAnahu wa taa’ala un yahdeya khoSSoome
Raghad
naأدعو الله القدير أن ينير بصيرة أعدائي
Mueen Issa


  

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1 hr
أدعو الله القدير أن ينير بصيرة أعدائي


Explanation:
I prefer to use the word الله with القديرthough it is not part of the original sentence cause it is always preferable in Arabic to do so
regards
Mueen Issa

Mueen Issa
Local time: 20:34
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic
PRO pts in pair: 185
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Raghad

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2 hrs
Ado’ol laha subhhAnahu wa taa’ala un yahdeya khoSSoome


Explanation:
Ado’ol laha subhhAnahu wa taa’ala un yahdeya khoSSoome
أدعو الله سبحانه وتعالى أن يهدي خصومي

Ado’o : I pray: أدعو
Subhhanahu wa taa’ala سبحانه وتعالى: is always associated with the name of Allah, but you can also use any of the - beautiful names of Allah- like:
Ala’ziz العزيز: the mighty one. The Defeater who is not defeated.
Ado’ol lahal a’ziza un….
أدعو الله العزيز أن..
Alqqader: The One attributed with Power.
Ado’ol lahal qqadera un..
أدعو الله القادر أن...
AlJabbar: The One that nothing happens in His Dominion except that which He willed.
Ado’ol lahal jabbara un…
أدعو الله الجبار أن...
My Enemies: khoSSoome خصومي
the double SS refer to a sound heavier than the English s.

Raghad
Local time: 20:34
PRO pts in pair: 160

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7 hrs
AD'U ALLAH AL-QADEER AN YUNEERA BASEERAT A'DA'EE..


Explanation:
This is no more than a phonetic transliteration of Mueen Issa's superb translation. I am posting it only because you mentioned that you wanted to know both how to say it and how to write it.

I have intentionally refrained from supplying all the fussy grammatical inflections. I have likewise refrained from any attempt to mimic the gliding of the words as they would naturally be spoken in a sentence, preferring to keep them crisply distinct.

Fuad

Fuad Yahya
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