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Thank you bro😢 im the writer of this question, may i sent u pic and did u see anything or its is only my imagination this is the image, this is second image


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This question has been answered countless times on different websites, but I will still answer it. Yes, Allah will absolutely forgive you and you should have no doubt in that, for he is the oft forgiving and most merciful.


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Relax. You are absolutely a Muslim and you being worried and concerned is a good sign and it shows that you care. But that deosent mean that you should be so paranoid. Since you are new to islam Shaitan is trying to make it as hard for you as possible. Please ignore all this you're doing great.


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Never think that! Never! Wallah Allah will never reject us he says in the Quran" oh my servants do not despair in the mercy of Allah..indeed he Forgives all sins" Don't you know that Allah forgave a person who killed 100 people...he's mercy is bigger then All sins..even shirk if one repents before death and never repeats it again...have hope in his ...


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It is not a sin to read anything anywhere but it is a risk to be convinced of something wrong. This is always a risk if you are on a website. If you are firm and know on which basis you accept and refuse an opinion, you may even read an antianti-Islam website (knowing that the Quran says that it is vain to discuss with those who firmly reject). If you look ...


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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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Your friend has spoken the truth. Take the example of Quraysh. They were polytheists who associated & worshipped several false gods with Allah. When they repented, Allah forgave them. Even Abu Sufyan, who was the chief of Quraysh and a big enemy of Prophet Muhammed and Islam, was forgiven when he repented after the conquest of Makkah by the Muslims. But ...


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Inshallah, it is haram to use any website which contains explicitly haram content. If they profit from any haram activities or content then the entire site and network is haram. Any dealing with those who do haram is itself haram. This includes generating revenue for them by surfing their websites or using their encryption. We must avoid helping those who do ...


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Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) once said, "The reward of deeds depends upon the intention and every person will get the reward according to what he has intended." (Sahih Bukhari, Kitab-ul-Imaan, Hadith No. 53) This hadith itself clears many misconceptions that we mostly have.


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in islam intention is very important. you are in a very difficult situation, and so allah understands that you are not intending to haram. there is no sin on you, i suggest that you could try to do your work while using the website but try your best not to look at or listen to any of the haram on that site.


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You should try to abstine from this, but if you can't control it then it is normal and we are human beings with needs and the prophet [pbuh] said Allah forgives my followers those (evil deeds) their souls may whisper or suggest to them as long as they do not act (on it) or speak. Other then that i think you should talk to your husband about it because it ...


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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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That which has happened has happened. The good part is that you have apologized for your doing. This feeling of being still disturbed about it is not bad. It has a lesson for you, in particular, and for us all, in general. Showing mercy even in times of anger is a virtue. Allah says in the Quran, "Obey Allah and the Messenger, so you may be shown mercy. ...


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Idk, it could be forgiven or not, it's up to Allah. However, if it's unintentional repentance, I don't think it would be forgiven (IMO)


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