Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Muslim"

The meaning of "Muslim" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Muslim women in hijabs who remain huddled in one corner of the street
What does 'huddle in one coner of the street'? is that a idiom? mean?
A: It means they were standing very close together as a group.
Q: What does I want to marry a Muslim woman to help me immigrate to Europe, and to teach me English and teach her Arabic. Can I find her here mean?
A: Okay, bit of an unusual sentence to say to someone, but basically what the person is saying is “that they are looking to marry a Muslim woman so that they can move to Europe permanently with the woman and they want the Muslim woman to teach them English and for them to teach the woman Arabic, can they find her here? Not sure if the here is referring to this app or another though

Synonyms of "Muslim" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Muslim terrorist attacks and Muslim terrorist seizures ?
A: Terrorist seizure is not a phrase we would use. A seizure is like a convulsion. An attack is a display of aggressive behaviour. In context: 'There was a terrorist attack in London'.
Q: What is the difference between Muslim and Islam ?
A: If someone is Muslim, it means their faith is Islam.
Here are some sentences as examples:
My daughter is Muslim.
I want to learn more about Islam.
So Islam is the name for the religion, while Muslim is the word for describing someone who follows the religion of Islam.

Translations of "Muslim"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Muslim in English
A: Muslim is still Muslim
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Muslim log Maszido mein namaz padhte hai aur ramjan ke mahine me roja rakhte hain
A: Muslim people pray in the mosque and fast in the month of Ramadan.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I am Muslim
A: That's already in English.

Other questions about "Muslim"

Q: - We are fighting for the Muslim world.
- We are fighting for a Muslim world.


Q.
The second sentence could mean this?

“They fight for Muslimization of the world.”


Does this sound natural?
A: yep, the second sentence means "we are fighting for the muslimization of the world"
Q: How can I celebrate my Muslim friend’s birthday? He never celebrated his birthday so I don’t know how to make him happy.
A:

Buy a small cake and put a candle on top of it. Light the candle. Give it to him while singing the song happy birthday to you in English

Say to him, this is how Christians celebrate birthdays. Stupid, isn't it?

He will almost certainly laugh

Happy ✔️
Q: Hello, Muslim!

Do you have any questions, or are you curious about anything in Japan?

Also, do you know where some Muslim friendly restaurants, prayer spaces and sightseeing spots are?

"All About Japanese Life for Muslim" is a service you can ask anything about your Japanese life for free!

The venue is 3te' Cafe' restaurant on every Friday Oct. 2018.

There is no need for Muslima to be anxious because there are a Muslima staff of the 3te' Cafe' and a woman staff of the KAN-MUS.

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"Where are some Muslim friendly restaurants and prayer spaces?"

"What kinds of Bento, sweets in Convenience Stores can I eat?"

And more,

"Why do Japanese celebrate New Year and X'mas?"

"Why do Japanese say Suimasen everywhere, everytime?"

So, more,

"What shall I speak to Japanese school mates or co-workers?"

"I want to consult my Visa, place of employment."

You can ask everyone!
(but there is a possibility that a fee will arise in regars to consultation with specialists.)

Please feel free to come! Does this sound natural?
A: Avoid using "Muslim" as a noun. Instead of "Hello, Muslim" I would say something like "Greetings to our Muslim visitors". Instead of "All About Japanese Life for Muslim", I think something like "A Muslim-Friendly Guide to Japanese Life" would be more appropriate.

Similarly, use "Muslim woman" instead of "Muslima".

There is no need for Muslima to be anxious because there are a Muslima staff of the 3te' Cafe' and a woman staff of the KAN-MUS. → The 3te' Cafe' has a Muslim woman on staff and the KAN-MUS has a woman on staff, so Muslim women can rest easy about visiting.

I want to consult my Visa, place of employment = I want to speak to someone in regards to my visa or my place of employment
Q: If you want to live in a Muslim free country, go to Japan.

Japanese government even doesn't give a citizenship to a Muslim who marry a Japanese citizen. Does this sound natural?
A: The Japanese government/The government of Japan doesn't give citizenship to a Muslim who marries a Japanese citizen.
Q: I'm not prejudiced against Muslim. Does this sound natural?
A: should be "muslims" since you're referring to an entire race ,, other than that great sentence

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