Aalameen

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The word "Aalameen" is featured in the beginning verse of Surah Al-Fatiha (Arabic: سورة الفاتحة‎), opening of the Muslim Holy Quran.

In Islamic philosophy, ʿĀlamīn (عالمين) (lit. worlds) (genitive plural of ʿālam (عالم) refers to the Universe, Worlds, or cosmos.[1] This includes humans, plants, animals, earth, stars, jinn and angels.

It is not to be confused with al-ʾAmīn, (Arabic: الأمين), meaning 'the trustworthy,' which was one of the nicknames given to Muhammad.

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  1. ^ Hans Wehr. "Hans Wehr 4th edition, page 745". Retrieved 29 August 2014. 

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