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This is jurisprudence not aqeedah. إنسان الماء (water human) is a creature which is mentioned in the rulings of food by jurists while their existence is neither confirmed nor denied in Islamic beliefs from the Quran or ahadith. The general public at that time believed in such mythical creatures whose tales were brought by travelers and fishermen. The jurists ...


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Yes, they are considered a heretical sect with many deviant beliefs, however the scholars differed about doing takfīr upon them. Most scholars generally do not, unless they fall into clear kufr which is beyond any ta'wīl.


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Assalm o Alaikum. My dear indeed it's a sin and not allowed in Islam. The Holy prophet P.B.U.H has told us a Dua in such a condition when you want to get rid of a bad habit but find no way... This is very useful dua... Please try to read this dua more and more... رب إني مغلوب فانتصر Rabbi Innee maghloobun fantasir Jzk


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Yes, it is permissible for you to leave fast, however, based on modern technology, you would be driving in a car, so that would not make you tiresome, however, if you are taking a long walk, then it would make it permissible for you to leave your fast. As such, a person on a journey is given the concession that he or she does not need to fast in Ramadan, but ...


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This hadith is narrated in Bukhari and Muslim: قالت عائشة: لما ثقل النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم، واشتد وجعه استأذن أزواجه أن يمرض في بيتي، فأذن له، فخرج بين رجلين تخط رجلاه الأرض، وكان بين العباس ورجل آخر قال عبيد الله: فذكرت ذلك لابن عباس ما قالت عائشة، فقال لي: وهل تدري من الرجل الذي لم تسم عائشة؟ قلت: لا، قال: هو علي بن أبي طالب Narrated from ... from Ma'...


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Imam ad-Dhahbi quoted in his short biography of Fatimah bint Rassuli Allah () فاطمة بنت رسول الله -in Siiyar a'laam an-Nubalaa' سير أعلام النبلاء the following: In the following I'm translating from Arabic language. As these translations are of my own take them with the necessary care. وقال ابن عبد البر : دخل بها بعد وقعة أحد . فولدت له الحسن ، والحسين ، ...


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Waalaikumsalam. There is nothing wrong with your study or any other studies as long as it does not go against the law of Islam. Another question that can be highlighted here is that can a woman actually works on the construction site? Will the woman resembles a man? The points referring to "man resemble to a woman or vise versa" here is when a ...


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There is no strict law as to when the body should be buried. But according to Islamic law i.e; The Shariah, a body should be buried as soon as possible from the time of death, which means that funeral planning and preparations begin immediately.


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