Backbiting (ghība)

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Ghība, translated as backbiting, speaking ill, and slander,is mentioned once in its VIII-stem form in the Qurʾān and is generally defined as a truthful verbal or nonverbal reference to someone absent (hence the root gh-yb denoting what is absent or unseen) but in terms they would dislike: And do not speak ill of one another…

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