What is the meaning of Dar Al Arqam an Islamic religion believe?
DAR means house
ALARQAM is a name of a person
This place was the first place for Muslims to gather in (secretly), and learn about Islam from Prophet Muhammad.
That was because Islam was being fought harshly in its early days.
Muslim Model school and Arqam Model school only .
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