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It is being mentioned in the Al-Quran. Surah Al-Jathiyah, verse 24. (45.24): Reference and link here Translation: And they say: "There is no life other than our life in this world. We die and we live (alternately); and nothing destroys us except the passage of time". In fact they have no knowledge of it; they are mere conjecture. Surah al-An’am, ...


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According to the vast majority, the prohibition applies to all step-daughters from a woman with whom marriage has been consummated. اللاتي في حجوركم (under your guardianship) is an expression of the prevalent case and is not a condition. It is also evident from the fact that the verse goes on to say: ربائبكم اللاتي في حجوركم من نسائكم اللاتي دخلتم بهن فإن ...


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The Sunnis believe the Quran is the speech and words of God, and it is uncreated. Their basis for believing it is that multiple verses refer to the Quran (and other holy books) as that. Do you covet [the hope, O believers], that they would believe for you while a party of them used to hear the words of Allah and then distort the Torah after they had ...


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The verses: Have you not considered your Lord - how He extends the shadow, and if He willed, He could have made it stationary? Then We made the sun for it an indication. Then We hold it in hand for a brief grasp. In these verses, Allah describes the shadow and how He changes it throughout the day. (Have you not considered your Lord - how He extends the ...


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No. Jizyah is only due from adult, sane, free, males from the disbelievers. The basic evidence for this is the verse: قاتلوا ... حتى يعطوا الجزية Fight ... until they give the jizyah — Quran 9:29 Jizyah is an escape from fighting and execution, while it is forbidden to fight or kill women in the first place, so they don't require the protection of Jizya. ...


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The qur'an mentions both atheism الإلحاد and the corresponding verb ألحد, يلحد (however more in the meaning of reject and refute) in several verses. Note that the modern day/use terminology is not necessarily a 100% match for the meaning of both Arabic terms. Atheism mentioned in the qur'an Some of the verses mentioning atheism are (with some comments): ...


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In this hadith, the Prophet (SAW) emphasizes the importance of cleanliness and protecting oneself from urine. He mentions that the past nations, specifically Bani Israil, had much stricter rules. If a bit of urine fell on their clothes, they would need to cut that part of it and throw it away. We have it much easier in the terms that we can just clean the ...


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In my earlier comments I made the following things clear: سماوات (Samwaat) or السماوات (as-Samawaat) Is the plural of: سماء (Samaa') or السماء (as-Samaa') So far so good. Then I made the following claim that needs to be verified: Because singular is related to the sky we know, while plural refers to all the skies/heavens which Allah created. Allah ...


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Both translations are correct and are based on what has been narrated in the tafsir of the verse. قرأ أبو جعفر وحفص [عن عاصم] ويعقوب: "والرجز" بضم الراء، وقرأ الآخرون بكسرها وهما لغتان ومعناهما واحد. قال مجاهد وعكرمة وقتادة والزهري وابن زيد وأبو سلمة: المراد بالرجز الأوثان، قال: فاهجرها ولا تقربها.وقيل: الزاي فيه منقلبة عن السين والعرب تعاقب بين ...


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