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Salam i want to know that there are major sins and minor sins in Islam so if some one commits major sins because minor sins are forgiven with tawbah but if someone does limited major sins, minor shirk, masturbation,pornography, smoking,drinking are they forgivable if the person who commits them asks for Allah's forgiveness before death and promises not to repeat those sins again and changes is there a chance for his forgivenessto be accepted?,please reply it will be helpfull

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    Yes you will be forgiven. Jun 22 at 20:41
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    Even for masturbation?
    – user45786
    Jun 22 at 20:42
  • What part of my answer did you not understand? Yes you will be forgiven for anything that you do. Jun 22 at 20:42
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    Thank you brother/sister may Allah have mercy on us all say ameen❤
    – user45786
    Jun 22 at 20:43
  • Every sin will be forgiven with the given criteria in question but what we do to people. We should make up for what we do to them and then our sin will be forgiven Jun 23 at 4:09
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In the Qur'an, God says to the Prophet: Say [that Allah declares,] ‘O My servants who have committed excesses against their own souls, do not despair of the mercy of Allah. Indeed Allah will forgive all sins. Indeed, He is the All-forgiving, the All-merciful.39_v53. Moreover, your Lord will indeed be forgiving and merciful to those who repent after they having committed evil out of ignorance and reform themselves.16_v119 do not worry about God's forgiveness. He forgives. The first sign of accepting his repentance is to see that he will no longer commit those great sins. This means that his repentance is real.

The method of repentance from the sins that are the right of God is real repentance and the intention to leave permanently and not to repeat it, and in cases where an obligatory act has been abandoned, make up for that obligatory act; Such as performing the prayers that he has not prayed and the fasts that he has not fasted, etc., and in the case of sins that are the right of the people, in addition to repentance and remorse, he must fulfill the right of the people, unless the rightful one overrides his right and makes it lawful. That is, if someone's right is lost or someone's reputation is lost, or if someone or a group has deviated from the right path because of his propaganda, he should. Let them know.

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