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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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First of all you may know that this hadith appears in several sources with a slight difference in the wording. The version that appears in Sahih al-Bukhari is certainly among the shortest one beside this version there are a short version and a longer version in Sahih Muslim and another long version in Sunan ibn Majah and you may further find other version in ...


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First of all the sin you've both committed is among the worst you may do and the fact that you feel ashamed is a good sign as it means both of you still have faith and know that Allah sees us while we can't see Him. Also note that the sin you've committed has two parts, one that you need to repent from from Allah and this needs sincere repentance: sincerely ...


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I can't comment on the veracity of the hadiths. And I haven't found equivalents in our own sect sources. (I follow Shia Islam). But still I thought I could make some notes based on my knowledge of Islamic theology (I'm an Islamic philosophy and theology student with good knowledge of Islamic esoteric thought). Places we are told have their own unique spirit ...


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Allah says I forgive you whether your sin is equal to foam of sea except shirk. but you should not repeat your sin again and do tauba. Recite "subhan allah wo behamdehi."


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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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yes, you move forward and think about your previous sin and do not do them again. if you repentance with true heart Allah Almighty absolutely forgive your previous sins.


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