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I suggest you forget about this. Allah forgives all sins and you are forgiven, you did the right thing and now you shouldn't worry about that anymore.


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Allah the almighty is all forgiving, there isn’t a sin he will not forgive if you repent for that sin.The hadith you mentioned is non existent and is spread to make people scared.But remember Allah and if you were to die whilst masturbating.


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Never think that! Never! Wallah Allah will never reject us he says in the Quran" oh my servants do not despair in the mercy of Allah..indeed he Forgives all sins" Don't you know that Allah forgave a person who killed 100 people...he's mercy is bigger then All sins..even shirk if one repents before death and never repeats it again...have hope in his ...


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Zina and Kufr are different things, one does not imply the other. There is nothing in the given hadith that suggests that she was a Kafirah, rather a wording of the hadith explicitly states that she was from the Bani Israel, which suggests that she was a monotheist: بينما كلب يطيف بركية، كاد يقتله العطش، إذ رأته بغي من بغايا بني إسرائيل، فنزعت موقها فسقته ...


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Just because she is a prostitute doesn't mean she is a kafira. She may sined but didn't do kufur.


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True, you may have hurt them but now you have decided to stop doing all those things that you regret. You have decided to make a better decision for your present life and the next. So don't worry too much about it, our Allah is merciful and understanding. Now move on from this, go on, live your offline life, build sustainable friendships and relationships in ...


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Learning is a progression. The more you learn, the more knowledgeable you become, the more you tend to be aware of your mistakes and aberrations, and most importantly, the more you are likely to ward off such mistakes.


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The realization that it maybe kufr is probably another waswas of the shaytan and this is not kufr nor is it a sin if you had no intention to disrespect anything.


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That is the influence of what we are surrounded with. Keeping oneself with the right people and the right environment is likely to help in avoiding such things. However, unintentional speech is not kufr. There is a hadith in which there is the mention of a person alone in a desert who happens to have lost sight of his camel resulting in utter dejection and ...


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Alsalam alikum brother/syster. The prophet [pbuh] said Allah has accepted my invocation to forgive what whispers in the hearts of my followers, unless they put it to action or utter it.source So inshallah everything that you have in your head or say in your heart is not counted. Other then that the ulmah of our ummah alla agree that for oath to be valid it ...


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Alsalam alikum brother/sister. Inshallah don't worry the prophet [pbuh] said "Allah forgives my followers those (evil deeds) their souls may whisper or suggest to them as long as they do not act (on it) or speak." Source So the things that we have in our mind as long as we don't act upon it inshallah it is no problem I would just recommend that ...


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You can hardly invalidate a prayer which has ended. And the prayer ends with the salam or tasleem: The Prophet (ﷺ) said: The key of prayer is purification; takbir (saying "Allah is most great") makes (all acts which break prayer) unlawful and taslim (uttering the salutation) makes (all such acts) lawful. (See for example in Sunan abi Dawod 1 & ...


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Alsalam alikum brother/syster the prophet [pbuh] once got asked if we sre judged by our thoughts and he said "Allah [swt] has forgiven my ummah for there thoughts as long as thry don't say or do by that" so if you get any bad thoughts it is okey the only importent thing is to take refuge by Allah from the Devil and to not react on it or do ...


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"Surely, Allah forgives all sins. He is the Opt-forgiving, the Most Merciful." Yes, if you repent before death, it will be forgiven. Make sure to repent and make a vow to never commit that particular sin again but as soon as you die, it's too late, NOTHING will be accepted no matter what (Just like how Phir'awn was drowned by Allah {SWT} by a tidal ...


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