Fajir

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In the context of Islam, a fajir (Arabic: فاجر‎; plural fajarah (فجرة)) is a "wicked evil-doer", i.e. a "sinner by action".[1] Compare kafir, a "sinner by disbelief in Allah".

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  1. ^ see Abdul-Raof, Hussein (2010). Schools of Qur'anic exegesis : genesis and development. New York: Routledge. ISBN 9780415449571. page 71

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