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If Allah wills it.
- ‘As the countdown begins for the release of the magazine this summer, inshallah, your support shall be valuable.’
- ‘The surgery of Mujasim will be conducted by Dr. F. Sadruddin Shariff very soon inshallah!’
- ‘With him we will, inshallah, reach a peaceful settlement.’
- ‘Thus leather socks would also protect my feet - inshallah.’
- ‘I tell her that everything's going to be fine and that, inshallah, nothing happened to my sister.’
From Arabic in šā' Allāh.
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