Translation of Muslim in Spanish:

Muslim

musulmán, n.

Pronunciation /ˈməzləm//ˈmʊzlɪm//ˈmʊslɪm//ˈmʌzlɪm//ˈmʊzləm/

noun

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    musulmán masculine
    musulmana feminine
    mahometano masculine
    mahometana feminine
    • Thus there has been much killing of Sunni and Shia Moslems by each other.
    • Indeed, he wished to see all Muslims use Arabic as their language of everyday life.
    • For the approximately 30 days of Ramadan, Moslems are expected to fast from dawn to sunset.
    • The city, in southern Iraq, is the site of shrines which are sacred to Shia Muslims.
    • This is an area that has a long history of religious violence between Muslims and Christians.
    • This flavor of Islam is generally considered heretical by mainstream Moslems.
    • We hear a lot about problems between Sunni and Shia Muslims but this is a lie.
    • There was nothing in the film which criticised Muslims as a community or Islam as a religion.
    • To me it shows what little knowledge they have of Islam and how out of touch with Muslims they are.
    • Islam requires that all Moslems do what they can to defend Islamic lands when under attack from non-Moslems.
    • Many are Moslems but have little understanding of their religion.
    • An Islam without Muslims then becomes a museum piece rather than a living faith.
    • For example, Muslims are proud that Islam is the fastest growing religion in the West.
    • Normally the Sunni and Shia Moslems do not get along very well.
    • Shia know that many Sunni clerics in Saudi Arabia regularly preach that Shia Moslems are heretics.
    • It is the British equivalent of Shia Muslims flagellating their backs with chains.
    • The Koran presumably remains for Muslims more like a fixed map of how the world should be.
    • It's an export that no one wants, and the Sunni Moslems will actively resist.
    • Although a devout Sikh, he took part in religious acts with Muslims and Hindus as well.
    • The Islamic Shariat says Muslims should not live in the land of the infidel for long.

adjective

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    musulmán
    • The Muslim family is the miniature of the whole of Muslim society and its firm basis.
    • Most of their victims, though, are Muslim Arabs whose final words were never recorded.
    • There is a sense of Islamic solidarity among all Muslim nations but there are also disputes.
    • I had to play a young woman who had all the grace and softness that Muslim girls have.
    • Some newspapers had even gone so far as to say that the meeting was to garner Muslim votes.
    • It claimed to represent the grievances and demands of the entire Indian Muslim community.
    • More than in any other Muslim country, women have leapt into the modern world.
    • One of the obstacles here is the lack of true dialogue in Muslim communities.
    • Religions are represented in the architecture of Christian cathedrals, Hindu temples, and Moslem mosques.
    • Earlier this year he demanded that Muslim women bare their heads in photos for their identity cards.
    • Andalusia was then the name applied to the region remaining under Muslim rule.
    • They were trying to force the elected French government to lift its ban on Muslim veils in state schools.
    • As the word sunna suggests, some Muslim people believe it is religiously ordained.
    • He has also been barred from many Muslim countries for his advocacy of democracy and human rights.
    • There are all sorts of items of dress which are worn by Muslim women, and these vary all over the world.
    • It is standard Muslim doctrine that one verse of the Koran can abrogate another.
    • The position of Muslim organisations and mosques has been consistent for years.
    • Their objective is Muslim countries' resources and one way or the other they are going to get them.
    • As a consequence, art in India became very much more decorative and Moslem mosques became more important than Hindu temples.
    • More than a third of Muslim children live in households where no adults work.