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Olacak O Kadar ( Boşanma davası ) Hakim ve Mahkeme duruşma salonu espirileri-0

Olacak O Kadar ( Boşanma davası ) Hakim ve Mahkeme duruşma salonu espirileri-0



فعل ) حكُمَ) Edit

حكُمَ يحكُم ، حُكْمًا وحِكْمةً ، فهو حكيم حكُم الشَّخصُ : صار حكيمًا ، وهو أن تصدر أعمالُه وأقوالُه عن رويّة ورأي سديد


اسم) حَكيم) Edit

حُكَمَاءُ ، حَكِيمَاتٌ

من أسماء الله تعالى
  • الحَكِيمُ :
ذو الحِكْمَة 

الحَكِيمُ : الفيلسوفُ

الحَكِيمُ : الطبيبُ

الذِّكر الحكِيم : القرآن


الْحَكِيمِ Edit

*Her işi hikmetli olan.
  • Hakîm, her şeyi inceliğiyle bilen, bu bilgisine göre emir ve yasakları vâzeden, buyrukları ve bütün işleri yerli yerinde olandır. Emirleri, kelâmı ve bütün işleri hikmetli, hikmet sâhibi olan demektir.
  • Her şeyi yerli yerinde yapan.
  • Her işi hikmetli, her şeyi hikmetle yaratan.
  • Herşeyi inceliğiyle bilen, bu bilgisine göre emir ve yasakları vâzeden, buyrukları ve bütün işleri yerli yerinde olandır.

الْحَكِيمِ Edit

Al-Hakeem (The All-Wise) in the Quran The Arabic word “hakeem” means “someone who is well experienced and whose work is perfect, i.e. faultless”. “Al-Hikmah” (Wisdom) is to possess the best knowledge; and Allah’s divine knowledge is infinite, while man’s human knowledge is limited. To this effect, Allah, the All-Wise, says: {And over all those endowed with knowledge is the All-Knowing.}12/7

“Al-Hakeem” (All Wise) is attributed to the omniscient, Allah, whose divine knowledge is infinite, all-embracing and free from all kinds of ignorance, imperfection or defect. No human being can ever claim to have acquired all knowledge or experience, not even doctors, engineers or scientists. They often make mistakes. But Allah, alone, is the one who is the omniscient. That is why Imam Al-Ghazali says:

“No one knows Allah except Allah (Himself).”

“Al-Hakeem” (The All Wise) is He Who is far above doing things that should not be done. Put it differently, He does the proper thing in the proper way in the proper place and the proper time. For human beings, a wise person is someone who does the proper thing in the proper way in the proper place and the proper time. Such is a “Hakeem” (a wise person).

God is Hakeem (All-Wise) that all things in the world happen only by His divine will and if He wills that something should happen, it happens. Allah’s divine will is associated with His absolute divine wisdom that whatever He wills will inevitably come to pass and that His divine wisdom is associated with absolute good.

No leaf of a tree could ever fall down except by Allah’s absolute divine will and wisdom. Too many seemingly evil things turn out good in the end; and in Allah’s kingdom, there is no injustice, in the real sense of the word. Even unjust tyrannical rulers or leaders are, as it is said, Allah’s sword in the earth; He retaliates by them and then He retaliates from them.


Allah is infinitely pre-existent; and He is one and only. No existence is like His infinite divine existence. He is absolute and perfect, and hence, He is all wise. Thus, if you ask, “Where is Allah?” your question means that He does not exist. Nay! Allah is pre-existent. To this, He says:

{Think not that Allah is unaware of that which the wrong-doers do. Nay! He only gives them respite up to a Day when the eyes will stare in horror.} (14/42)


Moreover, there is no other dominator of the whole universe except Allah. This is Islamic monotheism: in the whole existence, there is only one hand that controls everything, namely the Hand of Allah, the irresistible, the omnipotent, the all-wise, the all-powerful, who is Free to honor or dishonor, give or withhold, provide or deprive, exalt or disparage.

{And Allah is Ever All Mighty, All Wise.} (48: 19; 4: 130; 12: 6)


فعل ) حكُمَ) Edit

حكُمَ يحكُم ، حُكْمًا وحِكْمةً ، فهو حكيم

حكُم الشَّخصُ : صار حكيمًا ، وهو أن تصدر أعمالُه وأقوالُه عن رويّة ورأي سديد

 2.     اسم) حَكيم) Edit

الجمع : حُكَمَاءُ ، حَكِيمَاتٌ 

الحَكِيمُ : من أسماء الله تعالى 

الحَكِيمُ : ذو الحِكْمَة 

الحَكِيمُ : الفيلسوفُ 

الحَكِيمُ : الطبيبُ 

الذِّكر الحكِيم : القرآن      


الْحَكِيمِ Edit

  1. Her işi hikmetli olan.
  2. Hakîm, her şeyi inceliğiyle bilen, bu bilgisine göre emir ve yasakları vâzeden, buyrukları ve bütün işleri yerli yerinde olandır. Emirleri, kelâmı ve bütün işleri hikmetli, hikmet sâhibi olan demektir.
  3. Her şeyi yerli yerinde yapan.
  4. Her işi hikmetli, her şeyi hikmetle yaratan.
  5. Herşeyi inceliğiyle bilen, bu bilgisine göre emir ve yasakları vâzeden, buyrukları ve bütün işleri yerli yerinde olandır.

الْحَكِيمِ Edit

Al-Hakeem (The All-Wise) in the Quran

  1. The Arabic word “hakeem” means “someone who is well experienced and whose work is perfect, i.e. faultless”. 
  2. Al-Hikmah” (Wisdom) is to possess the best knowledge; and Allah’s divine knowledge is infinite, while man’s human knowledge is limited. To this effect, Allah, the All-Wise, says: {And over all those endowed with knowledge is the All-Knowing.} (12:76)
  3. “Al-Hakeem” (All Wise) is attributed to the omniscient, Allah, whose divine knowledge is infinite, all-embracing and free from all kinds of ignorance, imperfection or defect. No human being can ever claim to have acquired all knowledge or experience, not even doctors, engineers or scientists. They often make mistakes. But Allah, alone, is the one who is the omniscient. That is why Imam Al-Ghazali says:

    “No one knows Allah except Allah (Himself).”

  4. “Al-Hakeem” (The All Wise) is He Who is far above doing things that should not be done. Put it differently, He does the proper thing in the proper way in the proper place and the proper time. For human beings, a wise person is someone who does the proper thing in the proper way in the proper place and the proper time. Such is a “Hakeem” (a wise person).

  5. God is Hakeem (All-Wise) that all things in the world happen only by His divine will and if He wills that something should happen, it happens. Allah’s divine will is associated with His absolute divine wisdom that whatever He wills will inevitably come to pass and that His divine wisdom is associated with absolute good.

No leaf of a tree could ever fall down except by Allah’s absolute divine will and wisdom. Too many seemingly evil things turn out good in the end; and in Allah’s kingdom, there is no injustice, in the real sense of the word. Even unjust tyrannical rulers or leaders are, as it is said, Allah’s sword in the earth; He retaliates by them and then He retaliates from them.


  1. Allah is infinitely pre-existent; and He is one and only. No existence is like His infinite divine existence. He is absolute and perfect, and hence, He is all wise. Thus, if you ask, “Where is Allah?” your question means that He does not exist. Nay! Allah is pre-existent. To this, He says:

{Think not that Allah is unaware of that which the wrong-doers do. Nay! He only gives them respite up to a Day when the eyes will stare in horror.} (14:42)


  1. Moreover, there is no other dominator of the whole universe except Allah. This is Islamic monotheism: in the whole existence, there is only one hand that controls everything, namely the Hand of Allah, the irresistible, the omnipotent, the all-wise, the all-powerful, who is Free to honor or dishonor, give or withhold, provide or deprive, exalt or disparage.

{And Allah is Ever All Mighty, All Wise.} (48: 194: 13012: 6)

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