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If she dies as a person who rejected Islam, she will enter Hell, eternally. And whoever of you reverts from his religion [to disbelief] and dies while he is a disbeliever - for those, their deeds have become worthless in this world and the Hereafter, and those are the companions of the Fire; they will abide therein eternally. — Quran 2:217


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She will be going to hell. Allah says in the Qur'an, chapter 3 verses 18-19: "Allah witnesses that there is no deity except Him, and [so do] the angels and those of knowledge - [that He is] maintaining [creation] in justice. There is no deity except Him, the Exalted in Might, the Wise. Indeed, the religion in the sight of Allah is Islam. And those who ...


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If you want an Islamic answer, I can't help much, but a historical answer is easy. The Pentateuch, which figures in Moses, Adam, Abraham and Ishmael, is the first five books of the Jewish and Christian Scripture. Tradition ascribes the books to Moses himself and would make it written almost two thousand of years before Mohammed. The further adventures of ...


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There are Christians who - reading the Word of God in the Bible - came to the same Message as we find it in the Quran. There is a quite explicit passage in the Bible, and many other indications that Jesus clearly said that he is not God. Gospel of Mark, 10:17-18 And as he was setting out on his journey, a man ran up and knelt before him, and asked him, &...


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Yes Turkish have dervish . They whirl and recite Allahs names in order to establish closeness to Allah . There is also certain Sufi practices that recite and sing Allahs names in order to achieve certain bond and closeness. However let’s make it clear Quran clearly states how to achieve closeness to Allah and that is by submission to will of Allah and that ...


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The Charismatic practice is very particular to Christians. You will find most similarities in Sufi Islam concerning spirituality. Searching contract to the Spirit of the Most High and healing through prayer or dhikr is also found there. But speaking tongues or prophecies is not Islamic practice.


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No, there is no such reference in the Qur'an/Hadith, to my knowledge. The very idea of being "godlike" is problematic from an Islamic standpoint. The Qur'an contains various verses that make it clear that God is unlike any of His creation. Qur'an 42:11 فاطر السماوات والأرض جعل لكم من أنفسكم أزواجا ومن الأنعام أزواجا يذرؤكم فيه ليس كمثله شيء وهو ...


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Strictly speaking istikharah is a prayer or consultation-prayer that has been introduced for Muslims in first place. A short clarification: its pre requirements are taharah -ritual purity- which means one should be Muslim (first), perform (at least) wudu' -ablution- or whatever is necessary to be in a pure state. Then one should pray a two raka'a sunnah or ...


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Most of the scholars consider it permitted to accept a gift from a mushrik. Among their evidence are the ahadith: أهدى ملك أيلة للنبي صلى الله عليه وسلم بغلة بيضاء، وكساه بردا The king of 'Aila presented a white mule and a cloak as a gift to the Prophet ﷺ. — Bukhari إن أكيدر دومة أهدى إلى النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم The present was sent to the Prophet (ﷺ) by ...


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