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What is the Islamic response to where you are born/culture mainly determines whether you are Muslim?

The content I write is my opinion from the Shiite point of view and may be incomplete. First of all, you should know that contrary to what you think, we have hadiths that confirm your opinion to some ...
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What is the Islamic response to where you are born/culture mainly determines whether you are Muslim?

Your observation that religion is mainly inherited from culture/birth is evidently true. The verse of the Quran that concerns your question most is 22:67 For every congregation We have appointed acts ...
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Do verses 73:10, 15:97 and 06:33, which are addressed to the Prophet, also apply to me when people say generally hurtful things to me

The Prophet is a role model we are supposed to follow. So, whenever Allah says something to the Prophet (SAW) in the Quran, that also applies to us except when there is reason to think it does not. A ...
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Should wife ask permission to start work

Husband is the master of the house. This is indicated in the below verse. Wife is obligated to take husband's permission before she starts to work. “They both found her lord [sayyid] (i.e. her ...
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Does the Quran and Hadith get the function of the heart and the brain confused?

First off, the hadith doesn't say the heart controls the body, but just that the heart being healthy is the condition of the healthiness of the body: "if it is sound, the whole body is sound&...
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What is Islam saying about the Dunyah, and what should be the intention as well as goal of a worshipper of Allah?

Ibn Umar reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Be in this world as if you were a stranger or a traveler along a path.” Ibn Umar would say, “If you make it to the ...
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What is Islam saying about the Dunyah, and what should be the intention as well as goal of a worshipper of Allah?

Here is verse from The Quran Know that this worldly life is no more than play, amusement, luxury, mutual boasting, and competition in wealth and children. This is like rain that causes plants to grow, ...
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