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Dhul-Kifl (Dhul-Kifl) - The Meaning of Dhul-Kifl

Ibn Jarir narrated that he was not a prophet but he was a righteous man. He supported his people to suffice their needs and administered justice among them. That is why he was called Dhul-Kifl .Dhul-Kifl literally means "possessor of. or giving. a double requital or portion". (Source: A. Yusuf All, The Holy Quran: Translation and Commentary, footnote 2743 to murak 2 1:85.) (Editorm note)

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