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No What parents command to a small child is usually not meant to be valid for ever. Parents will usually reduce their influence when a child enters the age of maturity. A grown-up person should in general be responsible and decide on his own; the parents would only command something they consider important enough at this situation. If they deceeded, they ...


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You should offer his funeral, make dua for him, fulfill his promises and act kindly towards his family and friends: نحن عند النبي ـ صلى الله عليه وسلم ـ إذ جاءه رجل من بني سليم فقال يا رسول الله أبقي من بر أبوى شىء أبرهما به من بعد موتهما قال ‏ نعم الصلاة عليهما والاستغفار لهما وإيفاء بعهودهما من بعد موتهما وإكرام صديقهما وصلة الرحم التي لا توصل إلا بهما ...


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Wa Alaikum salam, Three things that will benefit a person even in his grave are as follows: On the authority of Abu Hurairah (ra) that the Messenger of Allah (saw) said, ‘When a person dies, his deeds come to an end except for three: Sadaqah Jariyah (a continuous charity), or knowledge from which benefit is gained, or a righteous child who prays for him’. (...


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Murder and adultery and rape and other such crimes do not annul a Muslim's faith, but that does not mean they are permissible. They are massive sins that guarantee you a seat in hellfire and make you're blood permissible. If I commit murder, I will be a criminal and be punishable by the law, but that will not change my citizenship. If someone murders my ...


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I’m not trying to hate or anything but I’m struggling to draw connections. Prayer is something that connects you to Allah. How can you feel strong compassion to Allah when a person doesn’t pray? Surely if they love Allah so so much, being lazy shouldn’t be an obstacle for them to hasten to their Lord. You’re going to be sinning for missing your prayers and ...


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