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Seeking Allah's blessing (تبرك) through the person and possessions of His prophets is proven. From the Quran regarding the use of the shirt of Joseph and the Ark of the Covenant: اذهبوا بقميصي هذا فألقوه على وجه أبي يأت بصيرا Take this, my shirt, and cast it over the face of my father; he will become seeing. — Quran 12:93 أن يأتيكم التابوت فيه سكينة من ...


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Wa alaikum as salaam Black magic and all forms of magic are shirk. Magic involves worshipping the shaiteen and jinns by doing things that please them and disobeying Allah. (Interpretation of the meaning). Surah Al Baqarah ayah 102: Sulaymaan did not disbelieve, but the Shayaateen (devils) disbelieved, teaching men magic but neither of these two (angels) ...


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Allah forgives all your sins so long as you are remorseful and regret what you have done. The only way you'll be held accountable would be if you continued your connection with this person. As long as you cut your ties from this person, repent sincerely and never do anything like this again, Allah will forgive you. It wouldn't make sense for Allah to ...


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Tasawwuf is a heart related knowledge. This is very important knowledge and way. Pure sufism is not sin and shirk. You should identify who is that sufi. Avoiding to follow incorrect way, you should start tasawwuf with ilm(knowledge).


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According to the Holy Qur'an, Kufr means covering and concealing something, to disagree, to reject or not to give declaration to any one of the commands and prohibitions bestowed by Allah (SWT) and shown by Muhammad (PBUH). On the other hand, shirk in Islam is used to refer to polytheism, which means worship of deity-gods (this ia major shirk),or ascribing a ...


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The realization that it maybe kufr is probably another waswas of the shaytan and this is not kufr nor is it a sin if you had no intention to disrespect anything.


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Alsalam alikum brother/syster. The prophet [pbuh] said Actions are according to intentions, and everyone will get what was intended. Whoever migrates with an intention for Allah and His messenger, the migration will be for the sake of Allah and his Messenger. And whoever migrates for worldly gain or to marry a woman, then his migration will be for the sake ...


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It is not shirk when it is understood that lord means owner. Examples of this are present in the Quran and Hadith where the prophets use the term, and obviously they can not commit shirk. From the Quran in the story of Prophet Joseph عليه السلام: فيسقي ربه خمرا he will give drink to his master of wine — Quran 12:41 اذكرني عند ربك فأنساه الشيطان ذكر ربه &...


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Of course it isn't shirk because the meaning and usage are clear. In Arabic you call a father or the person in charge: رب البيت Rab al-Bayt (literally house lord or lord of the house). And the qur'an and sunnah include lots of similar examples.


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This all depends if you believe in more than one god that’s why some ask is watching shirk movies shirk or playing video games that involve bringing the undead back to life this is not shirk there was a pubg update I heard once where you would prostrate to idols and bow down to them this is not kufr unless you believe that the idol in the game is you know ...


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It is shirk to say this sentence while meaning that it is true. The author of this sentence commits/commited shirk. It may be allowable to say this as a citation if it is really necessary. I wonder why you should hold a speech without having any influence on what you say. Why don't you just alter the text and say that nature is the gift of God?


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Proclaiming or pronouncing takfir upon anybody is not easy. It needs strong evidence, to say the least. One must, in general, refrain from it.


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It shouldn't be Shirk, since you believe that it is Allah who had saved him. And you didn't associate anyone or anything with Allah. Next time, to (hopefully) reduce your waswas, say "Alhamdulillah" which means "praise be to Allah". Since it's the same thing. And Allah knows best.


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Bid'ah is something added (regarding religion) which is not practiced/taught at the times of Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ). Hadith about Bid'ah is recorded in Bukhari 2697, 7049; Muslim 1718, 867; An-Nasa'i 1578; Tirmidhi 2676; etc. "In Islam, shirk (Arabic: شرك‎ širk) is the sin of idolatry or polytheism (i.e., the deification or worship of anyone or anything ...


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No, it isn't shirk to use the word master as one does not intend it in the way it is used for Allāh. There are many examples of the word master being used for humans in Qur'ān, Sunnah, statements of scholars etc.


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Assalam o Allaikum. If you do not know that a certain act is prohibited in Islam then there is no sin upon you. In Islam, sin is based on the acts that we do willingly with knowledge of what religion says about it. In Surah Al-An'am Ayat 54 Allah (subhanahu wa ta'ala) clears states: When those come to thee who believe in Our signs, Say: "Peace be on ...


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Assalamualaikum and Praise be to Allah (swt), Black magic IS in fact something that puts a person out of Islam and IS something that makes someone a disbeliever. One who does black magic is not a believer to Allah (swt) anymore. If one who does black magic, then they should ask forgiveness from Allah (swt) and they will be forgiven


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First of all Please stop asking the same question in different posts. Come on what's wrong with you Brother? Everyone here trying to say that Allah will forgive you. But you are still asking the same question. Or do you think Allah's mercy is not enough? Don't fall into devil's trick. Firaun did something similar of what you are saying: saying, “I am your ...


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Before trying to come up with sins greater than shirk you must first learn to type and capitalize the name of Allah properly. If one is sincere with his repentance, there is absolutely nothing Allah cannot forgive. Says Allah in the Qur'an: My punishment—I afflict with it whom I will, but My mercy encompasses all things. To assume that one has the ability ...


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﷽ The answer by brother Ten is good. Sincere repentance is necessary for the forgiveness of ANY sin. Turn to Allah (swt) and never return to any shirk. In Surah Az-Zumar 39:53, it has been revealed, Say, ˹O Prophet, that Allah says,˺ “O My servants who have exceeded the limits against their souls! Do not lose hope in Allah’s mercy, for Allah certainly ...


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It is not shirk. It all depends on your intentions. If you intended on thinking about their God but failed to mention it out loud your intentions will be judged by Allah, for He will know what you meant while saying that. Further justified by a Hadith which was stated by our Holy Prophet(PBUH) after their Hijrat(Pilgrimage) from Makkah to Madina; "Deeds ...


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Abu Dharr reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Verily, Allah has pardoned my nation for their mistakes, their forgetfulness, and what they are coerced into doing.” Source: Sunan Ibn Mājah 2043 Grade: Sahih (authentic) according to Al-Albani عَنْ أَبِي ذَرٍّ قَالَ قَالَ رَسُولُ اللَّهِ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ ...


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Brother, Allah granted you the gift of life for a preciously short amount of time on this earth. Not only that, each day that you wake up, remember that Allah returned your soul to your body to give you another day to repent, and use your day to make salah, donate zakah, make dawah, and struggle for the sake of Allah (fee sabeel ilah). You need to ...


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The Prophet (ﷺ) heard someone praising another and exaggerating in his praise. The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "You have ruined or cut the man's back (by praising him so much)." (Sahih al-Bukhari) The hadith is only about praise. What you mentioned is worse. You should discourage your friend from saying anything like it again, and seek forgiveness for ...


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As'salaamu alaikum, brother. Yes, it is possible for people to worship the Prophet's grave, and this is in spite of the Dua reported in the hadith you cited. Let's look to the Qur'an for some understanding.... Firstly, the idea that every Dua offered by a Prophet is always always accepted and approved is a faulty idea. Prophet Ibraheem prayed for his mushrik ...


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The Quran declares: Say: "O my Servants who have transgressed against their souls! Despair not of the Mercy of Allah: for Allah forgives all sins: for He is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful. — Quran, Sura 39 (Az-Zumar), ayah 53 Allah is the forgiver. If you have sinned ask him for forgiveness and repent he will surely forgive you. Allah's apostle said, &...


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To leave Islam and become a disbeliever you need to do this intentionally which neither seems to be the case when you where 13 nor now as you still feel bad about it. And even if you did something like that intentionally one must check whether you have been doing this to save your life or by mistake, if so you are excused, but repenting sincerely would be ...


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I notice You are asking these types of questions frequently. There is nothing wrong uttering others name than Allah because of pain. Like if when you got hurt you call out "O mom" or something. there is nothing wrong with that. Side-Note: some of people would think who in the world say "o mom" when they get hurt. It depends on certain ...


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There are Christians who - reading the Word of God in the Bible - came to the same Message as we find it in the Quran. There is a quite explicit passage in the Bible, and many other indications that Jesus clearly said that he is not God. Gospel of Mark, 10:17-18 And as he was setting out on his journey, a man ran up and knelt before him, and asked him, &...


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