Translation of mullah in Spanish:


ulema, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmʌlə//ˈmʊlə//ˈmʊlə//ˈmələ/


  • 1

    ulema masculine
    • Islamic scholars, or mullahs, took over most classes, prompting him to quit.
    • It is the message that is coming from many of these mullahs all over the Muslim world.
    • She surprised the gathering, comprising local devotees and mediapersons, when she disclosed that she hailed from a Muslim family and her father is a mullah.
    • The country whose order he seeks to overthrow is not ruled by Islamic mullahs or Baathists.
    • Fifth, the theocratic monopoly of the mullahs contributes to the closeness of Islamic societies.
    • Not only have you joined the ranks of the morally obtuse, but you have done so with an arrogance that would astound a mullah issuing a fatwa.
    • It was first created in Lebanon in 1975 by Imam Mussa Sadr, an Iranian mullah who had become leader of the Shi'ite community there.
    • And being a member of the clergy or a mullah or some other cleric does not render you an expert on social affairs, or an authority on how people should be permitted to live their lives.
    • The Islamic mullah is called for marriages, circumcisions, and burials.
    • The mullahs see it as their mission to spread Islam among the unbelievers and some believe they will achieve martyrdom in their attempts to achieve it.
    • No women can become a priest in the Orthodox church or a mullah among Muslims.
    • Most town mosques are cared for and staffed by a mullah, who conducts religious services at the mosque as well as funerals, weddings, and blessings.
    • Ayub Ibrahim Khalifa, who denies the allegations, is a senior mullah and teacher - known as a mufti - at the Masjid Uzman mosque in Upper Seymour Street, Bradford.
    • Muslims in those hard corners don't need a mullah Martin Luther, they need freedom from fear.
    • A Shiite mullah or imam of such huge importance can't be underestimated.
    • The family gathers near sunset in the presence of a mullah, who reads from the Qu'ran and recites prayers for the dead over the food.
    • The samaj deals with issues such as the maintenance of the local mosque, support of a mullah, and settling village disputes.
    • Indeed, the mullahs could end up controlling a mayor's office in Najaf and losing everything in Iran.
    • Among Muslims, the mullah or priest will visit a house within three days of the birth of a boy to recite holy words, including the Call to Prayer, in the baby's ear.
    • The mullahs claimed that the Hidden Imam would protect the new inhabitants of the city against all disasters.