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Yass R

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Hey guys! I would like to know what do you think about my domain name and how much is it worth for sale?

FatimaZahraa.Com

Fatimazahraa OR Fatimazahrae is the most famous arabic name.

Thank you!
 
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DN Fuel

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Hello,

First, it's not the most famous Arabic name at all, I don't know what's your reference on that?

Second, there is not much of a value here, we've many alternatives in terms of spelling.

My honest advice is to invest in a more valuable domains that have a good ROI potential. Good luck!
 
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I don't know what evidence you have to support it being the most famous Arabic name, but I'd drop
 
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Fatima is the most popular female Arabic name, not Fatima Zahraa/e. Still, the domain looks OK to me
 

Surya Giri Kurniawan

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Fatima Az Zahra is the daughter of Prophet Mohammad. I don't know how you can use the name. Surely using it as a business name, mall brand, store name, will cause a problem. It is considered sacred name for Moslem society. I am a Christian, but I know this name is honored and sacred in Moslem society.
 
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Fatima Az Zahra is the daughter of Prophet Mohammad. I don't know how you can use the name. Surely using it as a business name, mall brand, store name, will cause a problem. It is considered sacred name for Moslem society. I am a Christian, but I know this name is honored and sacred in Moslem society.

I'm not sure this is the right place to post this but I'll respond anyways.

The name is Fatima. Zahra (azzahraa actually) is a description that has been added to her name by Shiites (a sect that was created after her death by many many years).

The name is a name like any other name. I'm a Muslim and I don't think that using Fatima as a brand offends me at all, unless the brand itself does something wrong which would be illegal anyways.
 

Surya Giri Kurniawan

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I'm not sure this is the right place to post this but I'll respond anyways.

The name is Fatima. Zahra (azzahraa actually) is a description that has been added to her name by Shiites (a sect that was created after her death by many many years).

The name is a name like any other name. I'm a Muslim and I don't think that using Fatima as a brand offends me at all, unless the brand itself does something wrong which would be illegal anyways.

It is not Fatima, but Fatima Zahraa. I am Christian, but moslem by childhood. So I know it very much. My brothers and sister are Moslem.
 
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It is not Fatima, but Fatima Zahraa. I am Christian, but moslem by childhood. So I know it very much. My brothers and sister are Moslem.
The narrations show that her people called her only ever "Fatima" but as you wish
 
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Surya Giri Kurniawan

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The narrations show that her people called her only ever "Fatima" but as you wish

That's why it must be written Fatima Az Zahra (RA) or Fatima Az Zahra (s.a). Just the same with Abu Bakr As Siddiq (RA) or Ustman bin Affan (RA). So it is my interpretation, but that's not my domain. Let the owner use it as what he wants, and if any trouble, that's not my trouble. I just say what I think may be if it is used wrongly.
 
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Yass R

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Fatima Az Zahra is the daughter of Prophet Mohammad. I don't know how you can use the name. Surely using it as a business name, mall brand, store name, will cause a problem. It is considered sacred name for Moslem society. I am a Christian, but I know this name is honored and sacred in Moslem society.
Thanks for your replay Surya, I'm selling the name, and If I'll be using it I will not use it in a bad way, I'm a Muslim. So If I sold it I'll make sure the buyer will use it in good. And using the name as a Brand name will not offends Muslims. as Kadimi said.
 
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Yass R

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Fatima is the most popular female Arabic name, not Fatima Zahraa/e. Still, the domain looks OK to me
Thank you Kadimi for your replies, as a Muslim I'll make sure that the name will be used for good! Pray for me to sell it to a Sheikh LOL
 
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