Linguistically derived from “at-tawasut” (to stand in the middle/take a middle course) & “wasat” with the vowel movement is that which is between the two ends of something, like the centre of a circle; with a sukoon, an ambiguous name like the area inside a circle, for example. From the original meaning, the Wasat of something is its straightest part. The Wasat of something is that which is between its two sides.
Moderation In Religion
What does it truly mean to be a middle path in religion.
SKU: 00572 Categories: Islamic Books, Character / General, Compartive Religion/ Dawah, Introduction to Islam