Ḥaqq (Arab.). The true, the real, that which is exactly opposite to bāṭil, the unreal, the transitory. Al-Haqq is thus supremely the title of God in the Qurʾān. He alone is absolute, all else is derived from him, and is dependent on him for each moment of its existence.
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