Why is mercy mentioned twice in Bismillah? | Quran Tactics

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What is the difference between “Al-Rahman” and “Al-Raheem”?
Islamic Pulse is proud to present our brand new show: Quran Tactics!
This ongoing series will explore insightful snippets of the Holy Quran, curious facts that you might have overlooked and some of the deeper realities behind the Glorious Book of Allah.
In this first episode, Shaykh Muzaffer Hyder explains why the words, “Rahman” and “Raheem” - both of which are derivations from the word, “Rahmah”, meaning “mercy” - are within the Bismillah.

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