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Yes most Muslim that read the Quran don’t do Alf mada ya mada and wa mada


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You can read about Abu Bakr's reason in @UmH's answer. You can read the Shia account at Wikishia which also provides an English version. In this answer I offer a different insight as to the real reason for Fatima's protest beyond a narrow focus on only the juridical aspect of the question. Because what I see in the present answer and in other Sunni ...


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17:26 does not have any "explicit commandments" about granting ownership of Fadak to Fatima. It is true that one interpretation of it is that the relatives of the Prophet ﷺ should be supported from the Bait al-Maal, however Abu Bakr did not refrain from doing that in the first place: إنما يأكل آل محمد في هذا المال والله لقرابة رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم ...


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salams i think we can as its good pure energy around the house n as we say we have 5 latifs in our chest do at leadt one of thrm will be listening. olso my soul can listen the wslls n ants n dpiders n jins etc will be listening n birds if windows r open thsts my brlif as mashallah i leave it on all day n night n it gives sukoon n peace wether i listen or ...


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Note that the word (the) color (Arabic اللون) itself has been mentioned in the qur'an nine times. Further only six colors have been mentioned clearly by their names, but more can be found when checking details. The first color (if we start reading the qur'an starting with al-Fatihah and ending with an-Nas) which was mentioned is: (The) yellow (Arabic ...


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There are 8 colors mentioned in the Quran. Red occurs in the Quran only once (35:27) Yellow, occurs total five times in the Quran (2:69, 30:51, 39:21, 57:20, 77:33). Blue is used once in the Quran, in an allegory about the hereafter. 20:102 Green appears throughout the Quran as a color that symbolises life (6:99, 12:43, 12:46, 18:31, 22:63, 36:80, 55:76, ...


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There is another app which is Islam360 which is available on iOS, Android, Windows. It Also has nice features like searchable in Arabic, English, Urdu. Translation in English, Urdu, Roman Urdu, Nepali, and Marathi totally 10 translations. Tafseers and all six books of Hadiths with translation.


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Hellfire is not in the World around us. Everything around us will come to an end and we will return to God into another surroundings, where you would find both Heaven and Hell.


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This is an excerpt from the first bezel, Bezel of Divine Wisdom in Adamian Word (فص حكمة إلهية في كلمة آدميَّة) from Bezels of Wisdom (فصوص الحکم). The distinction is partly rooted in popular premises of Islamic philosophy at the time (which I think hold merit to this date) and Ibn Arabi's own view of the relation between Divine attributes and those of ...


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the same way when the quran mention the duration of the people of the cave. the quran mention 300 added 9 instead of 309 years straight away. from what i read, it is due to the intercalation months when we use unisolar calendar. About the same way as the jew and chinese calendar


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السَّلامُ عليكم ورحمةالله وبركاته Crying in response to recitation does not invalidate Salah, it is actually desirable if due to fear and love for Allah. There is an hadith where the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم said "I have established palaces at the highest levels of paradise for those who shed tears and no one will share to with him."


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I am not an expert in Arabic, but I have discussed this question with a scholar and according to him, the answer is following. The confusion you raised is created due to reading only the translation and not the original Arabic text. Although a translation of any text helps to understand the general meaning, but can never exchange the true meaning and tone of ...


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