There is a difference between Satan, Iblis, and the Devil in Arabic. Let's analyze the terms and see how to use them.
"Labbaika" (Labbayka) is said during the pilgrimage/Hajj before the pilgrims enter Mecca. It means: Here I am! At your service! But what kind of word is labbaika?
What is the correct form of "My Mustafas" in Arabic? If you know the correct answer, you have definitely understood the concept of weak letters in Arabic, i.e, the tricky letters و and ي and Aleph.
One of the greatest Arab scholars, al-Kindi (الْكِنْدِي), was one of the pioneers of cryptology. How did he manage to decrypt messages?
Have you ever had a look at the Arabic root tahatlara ه-ت-ل-ر in Hans Wehr's dictionary? You will be surprised: It means to behave like Adolf Hitler.