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Do I need to sleep with someone to punish my husband for his affairs?

I am a Christian girl with two children, going to convert to Islam. I am getting divorced due to my husband's affair. My husband has had a lot of affairs before and after marriage with me. Now I am ...
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Is modest cultural dresses better than simply modest dresses for Muslims?

I have heard that traditional dresses are better for so many people. But each culture has it's own version of traditional. I am a convert; I have been told that Pakistani garments are more modest, ...
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Which sins are related to Satan? Which sins are related to carnal soul (Nafs-al-Ammarah)?

As you know, the carnal soul or man's animalistic layer (Nafs-al-Ammarah): is summarized in lust, carnal desires, and anger[1] . This internal inclination and state of Nafs(soul) is termed by the ...
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Is Adam (a.s.) considered a rasul?

I know that in the Quran that the five messengers: Nuh (A.S.), Ibrahim (A.S.), Musa (A.S.), Isa (A.S.), and Muhammad (S.A.W.) are considered the Ulul'azm Anbiya but I was just wondering if Adam (A.S.) ...
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Does the traditional Chinese way of wok break-in make wok-based dishes haram?

I'm not Muslim. I'm Catholic, and Chinese. Although I have many Muslim friends. I don't know if many Muslims know this, but traditionally, when we Chinese buy a new (cast iron) wok, we need to break ...
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Is there an equivalent phrase to "A Child Made in God's Image" in Islam?

I am friends with a Muslim couple who are having a baby. I wrote a song to dedicate to the child in celebration of its upcoming birth. I know roughly what sentiment I want to give for the title of my ...
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Is alms-giving (giving charity) to the addict people permissible? (Shi'a view)

Giving Sadaghah (alms-giving) is a Mustahab (recommended) act in Islam and according to the traditions it has so thawab (reward). For instance, look at the following hadith from the Prophet (pbuh) ...
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Is there a basis in the texts for shoe throwing? [closed]

There are lots of examples of people getting shoes thrown at them for various disagreements. I recently read this article that presents it as a tradition. Does someone know of a religious basis for ...
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Did the early Muslims have a tradition of cursing the kuffar during the month of Ramadan?

I came across this report in the Muwatta of Maalik Ibn Anas RH where it says Al A'raj said: مَا أَدْرَكْتُ النَّاسَ إِلاَّ وَهُمْ يَلْعَنُونَ الْكَفَرَةَ فِي رَمَضَانَ" ‏ " ...
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What Is The Status Of Narrator "Abdul-Rahman Bin Abi Bakrah"?

I am searching for the reliablity of the narrator Abdul-Rahman Bin Abi Bakrah. He can be found in Bukahri here:- He is also found in one of the text of a narration in ...
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Lighting a candle for a dead person

In Islam is there a tradition to light a candle for a person who died, or maybe while having zihara (presnce at certain time in the tomb of a person and praing there)?
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