Aql may refer to:
‘Aql (Arabic: عقل, meaning "intellect"), is an Arabic language term used in Islamic philosophy or theology for the intellect or the rational faculty of the soul or mind.
Aql bi'l fil (عقل بالفعل) is a kind of intellect in the Islamic philosophy. This level deals with readiness of soul for acquiring the forms without receiving them again.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (Arabic: تنظيم القاعدة في بلاد المغرب الإسلامي, translit. Tanẓīm al-Qā‘idah fī Bilād al-Maghrib al-Islāmī), or AQIM, is an Islamist militant organization which aims to overthrow the Algerian government and institute an Islamic state.
Aql bi al-quwwah (Arabic: عقل بالقوة) is the first stage of the intellect's hierarchy in Islamic philosophy.
Aql Hashem, also spelled Akel Hashem, was a colonel in the South Lebanon Army who served under Saad Haddad and later Antoine Lahad, he was born in Debel, Lebanon and spoke Hebrew and Arabic fluently.
Akleem Akhtar, otherwise known as Aqleem Akhtar, General Rani or Ra'annie Yahya Kahn (died 2002), was a Pakistani power broker, brothel owner, and close to General Yahya Khan during his reign (1969–71).
Aq Toqeh (Persian: آق تقه, also Romanized as Āq Toqeh, Āqtūgeh, and Āq Tūqeh; also known as Āqloqqeh and Āq Toqeh-ye Jadīd) is a village in Zavkuh Rural District, Pishkamar District, Kalaleh County, Golestan Province, Iran.
Oqleh Miah (Persian: عگله مياح, also Romanized as Oqleh Mīāḥ; also known as ‘Aqleh, ‘Oqleh, and Ūgleh Mīāḩ) is a village in Jarahi Rural District, in the Central District of Mahshahr County, Khuzestan Province, Iran.
`Aqlar is a village in west-central Yemen. It is located in the San‘a’ Governorate.