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It is not permitted to kill any life that Allah has made scared, whether it is on the night of Qadr or not. Say: "Come I will rehearse what Allah hath (really) prohibited you from": join not anything with Him; Be good to your parents: kill not your children on a plea of want;― provide sustenance for you and for them;― come not nigh to shameful ...


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There is no special prohibition in night of qadr. If you're expecting a fear from a spider, no problem in killing it


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Islam prohibits the killing of innocent animals if they will do no harm to you (such as butterflies, certain ants, caterpillars, etc.) However, when it comes to spiders or other insects/animals that one fear will attack or cause harm, it is permissible to kill. I'm not too sure what you mean by "Would it be haraam if I killed a spider on the night of ...


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Assalamu Alaikom, Congratulations and May Allah the Exalted make you steadfast on the new path of Islam. Learning Arabic is not an obligation to enter Islam. However it is a no-brainer to strive to learn Arabic to be as good a Muslim as you can be. "Islam" is an Arabic word. The Qur'an is an Arabic book. Mohammad Peace be upon him is an Arab person....


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No, Muslims do not observe the Sabbath as it was only prescribed for the Bani Israel. إنما جعل السبت على الذين اختلفوا فيه The sabbath was only appointed for those who differed over it. — Quran 16:124 Jumu'ah (Friday) is our equivalent to the Saturday for the Jews and Sunday for the Christians in the sense that it is a holy day, or a weekly festival. Some ...


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Blood is forbidden to consume, specifically blood that flows out. See the Quran 2:173, 5:3, 6:145 and 16:115. Blood is ritually unclean, so one can not pray while their body, clothing or location is tainted by it. See Quran 6:145, Muslim 291 Blood of a martyr on their body is pure and noble, and they are buried without washing it, see Nasai 2002. ...


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Peace be upon you as well, I hope I'll be the right fit in answering your question :) ABRAHAM'S SACRIFICE In Islam, there is no idea of a "blood sacrifice" that alleviates sin. The closest to a blood sacrifice is when God instructed Abraham to sacrifice his son, Ismail to show his devotion to god. Of course, when Abraham was about to sacrifice his ...


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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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The main thing is to find our goal in life, our purpose of life, so whoever a poor or a rich both has a purpose of life whether they search for it or not. The word used in arabic for religion is deen which means the way of life. Everyone needs a way of life whether he is rich or poor. Many poor people accept religion because they want happiness and they find ...


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