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How our test in this world is fair

I understand our life here is a test, but I don't understand how it's going to be fair for everyone. I will tell you a real-life situation: Tom and tim are twin brothers. Both of them lived a bad life ...
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Which scholars permit a female judge in an islamic/sharia court?

I know from Islamqa that a woman cannot be a judge in an islamic court, they put an exception on majority of Hanafis based on: This is the view of the Maalikis, Shaafa’is and Hanbalis, and of some of ...
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Does everyone get equal chance [duplicate]

I believe our life is just a test. in a test everyone should've equal chance to make it equitable. I know everyone have different types of test depending on their living condition but some people die ...
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Would I really enjoy Jannah [paradise], if at all I manage to get there?

So I am just a run of the mill guy who makes a decent living. I don't expect to go to Jannah unless I mend my ways, and Allah forgives me. However, I am kinda confused if I would enjoy Jannah. I love ...
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Is Being Judgemental based on Quran Hadith Allowed?

A Muslim judging between right and wrong is not the same as Allah’s judgement and both should be kept separate from each other. Allah knows what people think and what their intentions are. We don’t. ...
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What does Islam say about judging others? [closed]

In Christianity, not judging others is major topic I remember from growing up reading the Bible and listening to the Sunday preachers. What does the Quran tell us about not judging other people? What ...
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How does Islam prove the existence of the life of the world to come?

I have a question: What is the basis for the Islam belief in the World to Come? i asked same question here: https://judaism.stackexchange.com/q/23376/2188
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What would happen if someone died while he/she is junub (in the state of janabah)?

He/she was junub as he was unsure whether he is impure or pure. I just want to know what's the Islamic law or the shariah law behind this. Please give only authentic answers which have evidences ...
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Does “whoever does not judge by what Allah has revealed” (Qur'an 5:45) only apply to judges (qadi)?

Indeed, We sent down the Torah, in which was guidance and light. The prophets who submitted [to Allah ] judged by it for the Jews, as did the rabbis and scholars by that with which they were entrusted ...
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Will Muslims be punished In the hereafter?

AsSalamOAlaykum to all of you! I want to ask this question as it was coming in my head again and again. It has been a few months before when I learned about it but I don't really get it. I hope that ...
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Is there a difference between Qiyamah and Akhirah?

What is Yaumul Qiyamah mentioned in 2:85? Why is it also mentioned in the same verse the term Akhirah?
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On judgement day, will your sins be exposed and judged in front of everyone?

On judgement day, when Allah judges you, is it just between you and Him, or will He expose and judge your sins in front of everyone?
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Under what circumstances is a rape proved?

I'm well aware that in the Islamic history there is a need of 4 witnesses for a rape to be proved. Has that happened before? How? I mean has there ever been a woman who claimed X has raped me and ...
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I went to donate to someone, but did not have any cash with me; how is this judged?

I came across a situation after Friday prayers. I crossed a person and I had the intention of donating to him. But when I dug into my pockets, I found I didn't have any cash with me. I felt bad and ...
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Can the Prophet tell when a person is forgiven by Allah from their legally punishable sins?

There are legally punishable sins mentioned in Quran. For example adultery. But some hadith claims that the Prophet withheld performing his duty as the leader of his community. Sahih Bukhari ...
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How can Mentally ill people be judged by their actions?

My question is pretty clear, how can mentally ill people be judged by their actions if they are not aware of they are doing? why are them even put on this earth?
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What objective way is there to know if your good deeds outweigh your bad deeds?

It is my understanding that Muslims believe when they die they will be judged by God: their good deeds versus their bad deeds and if their good outweighs their bad they will be with God in paradise. I ...
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How will Allah judge you when you die?

When you die, does Allah judge you by last minutes action before you die or overall during your life time? For example: You always pray salaat regular since you were a child and never missed a salaat....