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I am syed from india , bihar as my ancesstor migrate to bihar they all were sadat and the sajra which we had belongs to hussian A s , i wanna be shia?

How can i be shia , cause i an descendent from imam hussian as per sajra nama but unfortunately by father , grandfather they all follow sunni sect hanafi , but i want to be shia and a leader and ...
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white tint in my pre-ejaculation

so basically time ago when i was aroused (male) i squeezed my penis to see if precum came out and it did but i noticed white tints as if sperm was mixed in also after i cleaned it and squeezed again ...
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Divorce related need help please help me [closed]

I hope this message finds you well. My name is Sara Alexandra, and I am writing to seek your guidance and advice on a challenging issue in my marriage. I met my husband in Frankfurt, Germany, where he ...
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If Quran 4:24 is about Mutah and was revealed at Awtas in 630AD/8AH and Mutah was banned at Khaybar 628/6AH is it still halal?

Many Hadiths say Quran 4:24 was revealed in Awtas. Awtas was at 630. Narrated Abu Sa'eed Al-Khudri: "On the Day of Awtas, we captured some women who had husbands among the idolaters. So some of ...
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What's meaning of this saying regarding the word taraib

في قوله : يَخْرُجُ مِنْ بَين الصّلْب والتّرَائِبِ قال : الترائب : الأضلاع التي أسفل الصلب This roughly translates in English to:(taraib "ترائب") are the ribs that are below the backbone (...
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Brother and sister hood

Through a group on social random girl and me talked. First we both were willing to be best friends but after some time we both decided to be as brother and sister BC she doesn't have brother. And then ...
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The question is in the title. I'm just wondering if Abū Mansūr al-Māturīdī believed in divine simplicity

The question is in the title. I'm just wondering if Abū Mansūr al-Māturīdī believed in divine simplicity. I've been asking myself this question for a while and have read a few PDF's on the internet. ...
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Father is part of the Quranist movement [duplicate]

Quranism is an Islamic movement that holds the belief that the Quran is the only valid source of religious belief, guidance and law in Islam. Quranists believe that the Quran is clear, complete, and ...
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I want to return to islam

Assalamu alaikum.I have watched a muslim girl rape vedio.Now I am very much remorse and seek forgiveness from Allah.I am feeling guilt all time.Now I am suffering from waswas and schizophrenia.Symtym ...
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Understanding Quran 6:40, 17:67, 29:65

As salamu walikum rahmatullahi barakatuh How to understand these verses, Allah says during hardship such as during sailing if polytheist come across hardship, they would ignore their idols and call ...
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Hello,can anyone help me regarding grading and source of this hadith mentioned in tafsir Ibn kathir and tafsir abi hatim for Qur'an 65.4?

The Qur'anic verse 65.4 revelation circumstance is mentioned in tafsir of ibn kathir and others like Abu ibn hatim https://quranx.com/Tafsirs/65.4 Particularly this part-Ibn Abi Hatim recorded a ...
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Does the Quran order The Jews and Christian to judge by the law of the Gospel and Torah they have According to Quran (5"68) [duplicate]

Say, ˹O Prophet,˺ “O People of the Book! You have nothing to stand on unless you observe the Torah, the Gospel, and what has been revealed to you from your Lord.” And your Lord’s revelation to you ˹O ...
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Virtues of Surahs based on weak hadiths

Asscalamualikum. So I'm kinda confused about using weak hadiths. I looked into it and I understand that you can use weak hadiths for virtues of deeds and stuff to motivate and encourage people to do ...
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I found a taweez in my home where they written name of my mother and sister what does it means

I found a taweez in my home where my sister and mother name written like my sister binte mother, what does it means I don’t know what is the words written there.
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Is there a Du'a to remove pain by placing your hand or finger on the particular spot?

Which Ahadith and references from the scholars could be provided to answer this question? - I will post an answer to this question - Square brackets [ ] are additions or/and individual changes (for ...
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Praying at school

My son is Muslim who goes to a Private Catholic school (they sponsored his visa to the U.S. so he can not leave that school). Is the school allowed to tell him that he can not pray during school hours?...
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Who is Abdullah ibn Dinar Al-Bahrani?

Ibn Hanbal often quotes chains originating from Abdullah ibn Dinar Al-Bahrani. I have not been able to obtain any information about him. According to the length of the chains, he must have lived in ...
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Today i found this in my water bottle can someone please translate this gor me nd tell me that what is this gor?

Found this tavez in my water bottle
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Is it permissible in Islam to have two marriages with different marriage contracts in two countries?

I have two marriage contracts with the same person. The first marriage took place in a foreign country with a lower amount of mehr, and the second contract was executed in our home country with a ...
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Did Al-Gazali have any family of his own?

Did Al-Gazali, author of "The Revival of Religious Sciences" ever marry? Had he any wife or children?
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How diverse are the contemporary praxes of Islam?

I mean from a scholarly perspective, not advocating what proper practice is, but how different contemporary Muslims are from each other, and in what proportions. For example, what estimated percentage ...
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Mockery of a scholar

Assalamu Alaykum brothers, I want to ask you a question. If a person mocks a scholar on an Islamic matter (when alone) then sincerely repents should he apologize to that scholar too? Thanks if you ...
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Nikah for Christian woman and Muslim man [duplicate]

My boyfriend and I have been dating since we were 15. We are now 20 and have only been with each other sexually. He recently converted to Islam and I have been raised Christian. We agree that our ...
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Is there any proof of Hazrat Zain Ul Abideen mourning over Karbala in his entire life

Asalam o alaikum dear Muslim brothers and sisters. I wanted to know if there is any proof of Hazrat Zain Ul Abideen mourning over the incident of Karbala in his entire life? Like bringing out horses, ...
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is it acceptable for a muslim to donate to a church for its maintenance and staff?

i recently visited to a church that is also a national heritage. it is in need for renovation and maintenance and i wish to contribute. is it acceptable to contribute to the maintenance of the church/...
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The words of the first Muslims about the beginningless existence of Allah

My question is this. Did the Companions of the Prophet (ﷺ) or the first three generations of scholars (salaf) use the expression "lam yazal" in order to express the idea of the beginningless ...
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Loyalty Program: Halal or Haram?

Salam! Today, I came across a question on ask.ghamdi.org forum. I'm curious to know the answer. The question is: The city in which I’m currently living in has loyalty program where if I buy a member ...
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Making/Saying oaths in mind

If you make or say an oath in your mind and your lips are closed but your tongue is moving inside your mouth would that be valid?
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Playing with dolls and Aisha [closed]

In this hadith, Aisha is said to play with dolls: A'ishah, may Allaah be pleased with her, narrated that she used to play with dolls in the presence of the Prophet, sallallaahu ʻalayhi wa sallam, and ...
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A question about prayer

Salam I've got a question about prayer, the tashahhud/at-tahiyat part. When I was saying the Attahiyyaatu lillaahi wassalawaatu part I didn't say lillaahi. Does that invalid my prayer if I miss a word?...
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Which Scholars believe that imitation of the kuffar is/isn't kufr?

Can someone tell me which scholars are of the view that imitating the kuffar is kufr And which scholars are of the view that imitating the kuffar is not kufr
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Different madhhabs

What happens when different madhhabs differ on a ruling, like the Hanafi, Hanbali Maliki and Shafi, does that mean that in each madhhab all of its members agree and on an opinion and in the other ...
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Ancient Notable Schoars those who studied music - were they sinners according to Islam?

Adaab. Recently many people in social media, including some of my Muslim friends, are literally scared that music has covered up the globe, and they thinks it is very sinful. I have seen many past ...
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Is following other people of authority shirk [duplicate]

Hi I've read that following ruler who follows man made laws here https://islamqa.info/en/974 In this link Is shirk but if a school has free mixing and music classes etc and administration requires ...
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What is the Islamic response to where you are born/culture mainly determines whether you are Muslim?

I said the word “mainly” because there are exceptions but I’ve seen a video that is getting quite famous about how where you are born/the culture you are raised in mainly determines your religious ...
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Is it permissible to work as a sales rep in this case?

Assalamu Alikoum I work as a sales representative (I get a commission for each deal closed) for a marketing agency and this agency promotes projects and each project is different, some projects have ...
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Did some Scholars equate ḍarūrah with Ikrah?

I was reading this statement by a Scholar That some of them (People of Knowledge) do not differentiate between ikrāh (compulsion) and ḍarūrah (necessity), so they make what is permitted in the case of ...
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What happend, or where is the complete collection of Al Bukhari's original work

It is known that Al Bukhari in his lifetime collected over 600.000 hadiths, and filtered them, resulting in 6 volumes with around 8.000 hadiths. What happend to his original 600.000 hadiths?
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Will scholars get a sin on a disputed topic if they are wrong?

Assalamualaikum, I actually always had this question, if we take a disputed topic like masturbation or any other topic like this where scholars have divided opinion, some says that particular act is ...
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What are deeds of heart?

Assalamualaikum, i actually wanted to know what is deeds of heart? I heard a lot of scholars say that if a person doesn't have deeds of heart, he basically doesn't have faith, so what is good deeds of ...
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What to do when scholars are divided on an opinion?

I wanted to know what to do when scholars are divided on an opinion? Sometimes whenever I search whether a thing is halal or haram, scholars are divided on the opinion, some say it's halal, some say ...
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Can anybody provide me Ibn Taymiyyah's book al-Aqidah al-Waasitiyyah as PDF, please?

When I've come acrossed the famous book of Shaykh al-Islām Ibn Taymiyyah which is Al-Aqidah al-Waasitiyyah (The Creed to the People of Wāsiṭ), it become a dream of mine that at any cost I need to ...
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Are any of the Sahaba considered 'neurodivergent' by modern scholars?

My motivation for this question is to find more example and role models who are similar to me and people I know. I'm interested in the opinion of scholars of Islam only, especially those verses in the ...
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Is this Du'a after Wudu proven to be Sahih or Da'if?

Before posing my specific question, I would like to state that there is obviously a great difference to ask about a narration's authenticity which is discussed to be either Hasan or Da'if. ...
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Which are the scholars that are most known and proficient in the field of "Dreams" in Islam, and what are the most popular islamic books for this?

I definitely know that the theme of "Dreams" in Islam is one of the most difficult and challenging topics. Only few were/are able to dive into this field of science and I also understand ...
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Can someone help me find where these Ibn Taymiyyah quotes come from?

There are two quotes from Ibn Taymiyyah that have been floating around the internet for a while. One supposedly comes from a work known as "Sheik of the Muslims" (vol. XII, p. 101). The ...
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Reference and authenticity of this Quote?

I was reading Sean.W.Anthony book of The Expeditions: An Early Biography of Muhammad and i came Across this: "ʿAbd al-Razzāq would remark that he never once saw Maʿmar with a book, except for a ...
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Is this narration authentic?

Ibn 'Abbas (May Allah be pleased with them) said: The Messenger of Allah ﷺ said, "If anyone constantly seeks pardon (from Allah), Allah will appoint for him a way out of every distress and a ...
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Is this Du'a authentic and who classified it?

Abu Sa’id Al-Khudri (radiyallahu ‘anhu) said: 'Whoever says "Astaghfirullahal ‘Azim Alladi La Ilaha illa Huwal Hayyul Qayyumu wa atubu ilayh" five times, his sins will be forgiven, even if ...
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Dhikr for which Allah forgives sins in the day and night, hasan or gharib (commentary)?

There are two ahadith regarding the Dhikr: "Allahumma Asbahna Nush-hiduka Wa Nush-hidu Hamalata Arshika..." to say it once and four times. I want to know specifically for the hadith ...
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