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Infallibility of the Prophets and Messengers: عصمة الأنبياء or عصمة الرسل is an agreed upon aqeedah of the Muslims, athough there is difference of opinion in the details, for example whether they are protected from minor sins and unintentional mistakes, whether they were infallible from birth or only after receiving prophethood etc. وقال جمهور من الفقهاء ...


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First of all committing sins is rather human and there's no reason why you should punish yourself or harm yourself for a sin you've committed and repented from. Especially if you did all your best to relocate what you've done wrong. Allah the almighty says: Do they not know that it is Allah who accepts repentance from His servants and receives charities ...


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No, the essence of the hadith is that you are not responsible for actions in sleep, and this holds true even today: Sometimes people are in such a deep sleep they do not get awoken even by loud alarms, sometimes they unconsciously turn off the alarm and return to bed, sometimes alarms might malfunction, or a person might forget to set the alarm etc. An ...


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in islam allah forgives everything except people who Associate partner with Allah, and about exposing sins, the prophet Mohamed said "Every son of Adam sins, and the best of the sinners are the repentant." and there is another proof in the Quran surat NISA 116 "Indeed, Allah does not forgive association with Him, but He forgives what is less than ...


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This is best answered by what quoting the Islamic definition of backbiting, you can use this as a criteria for assessing whether something is considered as back biting or not: It was narrated from Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Do you know what gheebah (...


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Relevant verse from which we can draw an analogy: وقد نزل عليكم في الكتاب أن إذا سمعتم آيات الله يكفر بها ويستهزأ بها فلا تقعدوا معهم حتى يخوضوا في حديث غيره إنكم إذا مثلهم إن الله جامع المنافقين والكافرين في جهنم جميعا (And it has already come down to you in the Book that when you hear the verses of Allah [recited], they are denied [by them] and ...


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He is a child a child doesn't know right and wrong ,he may understand it on the surface but doesn't realize it internally till puberty.He has to make mistakes so he can learn .Its important not to interfere in his learning and natural development.


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"Is it allowed" - No. Firstly, being apathetic towards people who do bad things is a sign of someone who doesn't have a heart (i.e., either the heart is cold or numb). Hating people who do bad things is a natural human response and shows that you care for what is right. Secondly, any emotion can lead people to commit great crimes. Even "love" can lead ...


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Zina and zina of the heart Allah the Almighty says: And do not approach unlawful sexual intercourse. Indeed, it is ever an immorality and is evil as a way. (17:32) This simply means that we avoid anything that would get us close to zina, be it by avoiding places where there's a mixing of genders, be it by simply avoiding a too close look on a female/...


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What you have stated about the Zina of the heart is not totally true since it is not only about what comes in your mind but what your heart also feels for such imaginations. Its definition: what one's wants and desires of Haram things without actually committing them, like being inclined toward Zina (adultery) and becoming infatuated with women. It has ...


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Seeing as this is an inter-personal sin, it is unlikely that Allah will hold you accountable for it after the fact that your father has forgiven you and after you have repented. Remember that Allah loves you more than your father does, and he is more forgiving that your father is.


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The mercy of Allah (SWT) is infinite. He said in the holy Quran "O My servants who have transgressed against their souls! Do not despair of the Mercy of God: for God forgives all sins: for He is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful." Quran 39:53 and we see many times Telling us that he is the most forgiving and most merciful. Allah (SWT) said in the Quran "My Mercy ...


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Purpose of doing good deeds Perform the prayer at the borders of the day, and during the approaches of the night. The good deeds take away the bad deeds. This is a reminder for those who remember. And be patient. God will not waste the reward of the virtuous. Surah 11 Whoever strives, strives only for himself. God is Independent of the beings. Those who ...


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Always always remember that Allah is the most merciful and will always forgive your sins no matter how big they are as long as you repent to him sincerely and regret the sin and resolve not to do it again. You will always be forgiven as long as you're still alive and the sun did not rise from the west. Say, "O My servants who have transgressed against ...


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The short ansewer is that you cannot know this. Only Allah, or a person inspired by Allah i.e. a prophet knows this. But your are making the correct assumption that Allah both test us and he also punishes the wrong-doers in the worldly life. Example of verses where Allah tells us that He is testing us are: And verily We shall try you till We know those of ...


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Is it tohmat to assume that two people are together if you’ve seen pictures of them together? No this would not be tohmat. Because as @Medi1Saif said, tohmat means accusation. If you are just assuming in your mind, it is not an accusation which has to be verbal. What you are describing is non-verbal "Zann" (suspicion): "Beware of Zann (suspicion), for ...


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There are several verses in the Glorious Qur'an that guides us about who we should keep company with and not. We can collaborate with all human beings over worldly affairs but if any interaction with someone leads to disobeying Allah and His messenger, then their alliance or friendship or that disobeying act involving them is not worth it. Our friends have ...


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It is a true statement based on the following Sahih hadith: I heard Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) saying. "All the sins of my followers will be forgiven except those of the Mujahirin (those who commit a sin openly or disclose their sins to the people). An example of such disclosure is that a person commits a sin at night and though Allah screens it from the ...


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In general, disobeying a law of Islam is not Kufr in itself. The evidence for this includes: إن تستغفر لهم سبعين مرة فلن يغفر الله لهم ذلك بأنهم كفروا بالله ورسوله If you should ask forgiveness for them seventy times - never will Allah forgive them. That is because they disbelieved in Allah and His Messenger. — Quran 9:80 إن الله لا يغفر أن ...


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Everybody is accountable and responsible for his own deeds or misdeeds The Qur'an teaches us that none of us will be judged by the doing, wrongdoing or acts of other people in general, but based on our own acts saying: "And every soul earns not [blame] except against itself, and no bearer of burdens will bear the burden of another. ..." (6:164) "...


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I’m sorry to hear this, but that’s a sign that you’re a believer. Usually believers do feel fear when they do mistakes. And God knows that you feel regret and the doors of repentance are open, and He’s ready To forgive any sin that you committed. Secondly, you can be far more intelligent and smarter than these guys and just, you know, try to manipulate ...


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As‘salaamu alaikum, little sister. With regard to the sin of lying, ask Allah for forgiveness and mend your conduct. That is, stop the practice of lying, period. As a young woman of Faith, you should also leave off from communicating freely with laa mahram young men. With regard to the young women whose faces you used, it is not clear to me from what you ...


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