An expression meaning ‘There is no god (or entity worthy of worship) except Allah’. It is known as the taḥlīl.
This phrase, taḥlīl, is a form of Literally, “remembrance” or “reference”. In the Islamic context, dhikr is the remembrance of Allah, and refers to Islamic devotional acts in which phrases, supplications or prayers are repeated. For example, reading Qurʾān, reciting duas, and... More (remembrance) of The proper name of God in Islam and in Arabic, referring to all of His perfect attributes at once. This name is a proper noun, and no other entity or being is allowed to have... More and testifying to His oneness and supremeness. It is present in the shahādah (declaration of faith) as well as in the Literal meaning is: ‘announcement;’ in Islam, it refers to a specific set of phrases recited at the time of prayer to call the Muslims to perform one of the five daily prayers. It can be... More (call to prayer) and iqāmah.