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Hazem
Accord here confuse me dont understsnd in it..i know according to something meanning? On this day, the prophet had with him nothing except complete (Q6:115), perfect (Q18:2) and fully detailed (Q6:114, 7:52, 12:110) Quran. It is well documented fact that the earlier caliphs known as Khulafa Rashidun did not accord any religious importance to Hadith and Sunnah:
Sep 15, 2019 4:23 AM
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'accord' means 'grant', or 'give'. 'accord' you won't hear often in general conversation. It is a word *usually* reserved for more formal speech/conversation. It is common in formal writing (journals, academic text, etc) and it sometimes appears in the general media as well - newspapers, or print/tv journalists reporting on something.
September 15, 2019
It would be this definition: give or grant someone (power, status, or recognition). Accord isn't a very common word.
September 15, 2019
Hazem
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