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Asalaam Alaikum DEFINITIONS OF KUFR • IN ARABIC USAGE the term kufr comes from the arabic verb kafara, which means to cover up, conceal or deny. this is the same as to cover, hide, and disbelieve. the three-letter root of both of these words, bears meanings that range from covering and hiding to disbelief, ingratitude, infidelity and godlessness. (Al-Ba‟...


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Fearing snakes is not one of the things that take a person out of Islam. Things that take a person out of Islam are mainly kufr and shirk. Neither of which are present in this except if your fear of snakes somehow outweighs your fear of Allah (which is ridiculous). As for the phrase by the Prophet (SAW) "he does not belong to us," that doesn't ...


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