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Risala (رِسالة, risalah, risalat, resalah etc.) is the Arabic word for "shipment" or "message". Ar-Risala (الرسالة) is "the message."
It may refer to:
- Risalah (fiqh), a summary of religious prescriptions in Islamic jurisprudence
- Al-Risala (book) by Muhammad ibn Idris ash-Shafi'i
- Other books known by the shorthand "(ar-)Risala"
- Risala, a tenth-century travelogue by Ahmad ibn Fadlan
- Risala fiqhiya, a tenth-century book of Maliki fiqh by Ibn Abi Zayd
- Rasa'il al-hikmah, a corpus of sacred texts and pastoral letters in Druze tradition
- Risale-i Nur, a 20th-century tafsir (exegesis of the Quran) by Said Nursî
- ar-Risala, a literary magazine edited by Ahmad Hasan al-Zayyat published in Cairo
- Al-Risala al-Qushayriyya, an 11th-century Sufi text by Al-Qushayri
- The "message" of Allah to mankind revealed via "messengers"; see rasūl
- Risala, Mughal-era term for a cavalry unit commanded by a Risaldar
- Ar-Risala, a populated place in Baghdad Governorate, Iraq
- Al-Resalah Satellite TV, an Arabic Islamic television channel
- The Message (1976 film), known in Arabic as Ar-Risalah
- Resala Charity Organization, a non-profit organization based in Egypt
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