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Assalamualaikum. We are prohibited from listening to a film or audio or reading a book that contains sentences where God is disrespected like < THE ALMIGHTY HAS CHILDREN > < Holy shit > < oh my fucking God >. We are prohibited from listening or reading such things even in the case where the majority of the film or book contains no mention of such things but they are mentioned sporadically during the film or book.

My question is: Just like we are prohibited from looking, listening, and reading such sentences { < THE ALMIGHTY HAS CHILDREN > < Holy shit > < oh my fucking God >.} , are we equally prohibited from imagining those sentences, even if we have no bad intentions? ( don't confuse with waswas. )

Just like it is kufr to look, listen or read such things, is it equally kufr to imagine them, even if you have no bad intentions? ( don't confuse with waswas )

In other words: Is everything that is prohibited from watching, listening or reading equally prohibited from imagining it?

  • What do you mean "if you have no bad intentions"? In what scenario would you daydream about kufr without that being badly intended? – The Z Jun 11 at 1:54
  • You mean there is no such scenario of imagining that without being badly intentioned Mr The Z? – Abdyl Jun 11 at 2:42
  • I think you misunderstood the concept of thinking and niat here. If you think about kufr for the sake of making yourself closer to Him, then it is not consider as "bad intentions". However, if you niat on going astray from Islam, then it is Haram and consider as Kufr. – Winter Bucky Jun 11 at 3:33

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