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Manner of correcting spouse

In response to behaviour that is unappealing to him and perhaps negative in general, what evidence is there of the manner in which a husband gives his wife necessary guidance about her behaviour (or ...
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What are the limitations of respecting elders?

What exactly does "Respect your elders" mean? Like yes, I understand that insulting/yelling at them is wrong etc but I'm in a situation where these so-called elders have been verbally abusive, ...
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Is saying ¨See you in hell¨ Haram?

I just want to know. I heard it once and I want to know about it.
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To remain silent after talking about someone

In this video, the interview goes like this (approximate translation from the french) : "It was the famous story told to abu Bakr... I will remain silent for a moment, for believers who are watching, ...
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Is it Permissible Using Plural Of Respect for ALLAH in Supplication in mother tongue?

My mother tongue is HINDI so I make Supplication in Hindi not in prayer but throughout the day so my question is in Hindi there is word called "तू" pronounced as "Tu" and another word "आप" ...
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Is it ok to raise my voice to my parents in a respectful way?

Is it ok to raise my voice to my parents in a respectful way, just out of being upset? My parents do not find it disrespectful and don’t mind it when I do that.
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Is it ok to use Allah's name as many say “Oh, my God!” or “Gosh”?

Do you differentiate between respectful and disrespectful use of Allah's name? Is it OK to use Allah's name in the same way as many say "Oh, my God!" or "Gosh" just because they are surprised?
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What are the benefits accepting Islam as Religion? [closed]

I want to know some knowledge about the Islam. So that I can preach it to other people.
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Is parent respect and care due even if they abused you?

In the Qur'an we are supposed to respect and care after our parents into their old age and death in the same way they cared for us when we were babies / kids / teenagers / adults. 17:23-24 says: 23....
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What are the proper etiquette to follow while referring to holy names? [duplicate]

I have seen that there are some practices which are followed while referring to holy names or holy things. For example, I have seen many people do this: ... Prophet Mohammad (May Allah please be ...
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What does “to pay respect to a non-moslem” mean, and does it express unbelief?

This question is motivated by the snippet: The more miscellaneous expressions of unbelief may be illustrated by the following examples: ... to pay respect to a non-moslem ... -- page 4 of Peters ...
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Are there any laws in islam that tells us it is a must to have marital intercourse upon closed doors?

Assalamualaykum, If a kid of a couple runs into them during their private time who leave their door open, how should the kid respond in an Islamic way? Are there any hadiths and or qur'an verses ...
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Why are there imams that don't respect other religions? [closed]

When someone said that there are Muslims that don't respect for example Jews, I said to him that it's because this Muslims didn't study the Quran because it says that in the Quran you need to respect ...
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Does Islam encourage the kissing of an elder person's hands and feet?

I have heard that according to Islam we should kiss the hands of our parents to show respect. Fatima (may Allah be pleased with her) used to kiss the Prophet (SAW) hands and give up her space for him ...
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Are non-Muslims discouraged from wearing traditional Muslim clothes?

I am not a follower of Islam or any other sect of Christianity or Judaism. Despite the differences in many of the ideals and teachings from these religions and what I believe, I feel that I should ...
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Should we show respect to our gadgets?

Muslims who use gadgets (Mobile phones, Video/Audio players) also use them to listen to Qur'an. Since our gadgets are now transformed into casings that holds Qur'an, Should we show them the same ...
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Why so careful about honorifics?

Muslims will pretty much always include some honorific after the names of prophets and other religions figures (such as PBUH, etc.) Why are people so careful to always do this every time? Is this ...
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Parents apologising to their own children?

What does Islam say about parents apologising to children. I posted a thread previously about differences in cultures. Again, I am part of 2 cultures, and based on 1 of them, parents apologising to ...
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Calling people by their first name

Is calling people by their first name considered disrespectful in Islam? For example, I am part of 2 cultures. 1 culture considered it respectful to call people by their first name no matter who ...
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Is it allowed to carry the Quran in a shoulder bag?

I saw the etiquette of respecting the Holy Quran on a site that one shouldn't not put their back towards the Quran or extend their legs towards the Quran or sit in a high place when the Quran is ...
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What to do when Mushaf is dropped or comes in contact with someones feet?

From what I have observed from childhood, when a Mushaf of the Holy Qur'an accidentally comes in contact with someone's feet or when it falls down, people usually pick the Qur'an/Mushaf up, touch it ...