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A Pasha (pronunciation: PAH-shüh), in the Quran or other Islamic holy books, is a delineated section of a book that was often thought to originally be a separate scroll. The plural in Arabic is al-pashawat. The word pasha comes from the Hebrew parashah, which refers to part of a biblical book.
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