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Kufr is the denial of anything which is known by to be a part of the religion of Islam, i.e. the shariah of Muhammad ﷺ, through ijma or tawatur.
See e.g. al-Manthoor fi’l-Qawaa’id al-Fiqhiyyah.
Acts which constitute Kufr:
Kufr occurs by any belief, speech or act which implies denial of any part of Islam as stated above....
Bismillah. Alhamdulillahi rabbil-'alamin was-Salatu was-Salam 'ala Sayyidil-Mursalin wa 'ala 'Alihi wa Sahbihi Ajma'in.
I have done the sin X - Will Allah forgive me for doing it?
First of all, we must mention that nature of human being to commit sins is the reason why Allah created him:
Abu Ayyub Ansari reported that Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) said:
If you ...
May Allah guide you nearer to him. It's good you're honest, and are asking to repent. Allah is more merciful than our parents, and surely he will forgive you if you really ask for it. Make an intention to never repeat this again, and pray for forgiveness from Allah, and he will forgive you if you are genuine.
As for your future ...
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 ...
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).
Allah the Almighty is all-forgiving, there isn’t a sin he will not forgive if you repent for that sin. The hadith you mentioned is non-existent and is spread to make people scared. But remember Allah and if you were to die whilst masturbating.
Alsalam alikum brother/syster. First of all it never wrong to do ask for forgivness for what ever because we never know when we do wrong.
Now to the answer. If you dont mean it then inshallah the hadith of the prophet is the thing that applies which is
"All work are with intentions, if you were travling with the intent that it is for Allah sake then it ...
in order to fully understand a hadith we must not only rely on the literal translation in english, as it can sometimes not convey the intented meaning. this is why there are tafsir(commentary) books written on major works of hadith.
this hadith in NO way can be interpreted as there is a time window for repentance. (keeping in mind your ...
Allah forgives sins whenever.
However, the Hadith refers to those who sin intentionally during the day, but by night want to repent, Allah will forgive them.
Same with those who sin during the night and repent during the day, Allah will forgive them.
This will continue until the day of Judgement.
the mercy of Allah the mighty and sublime is endless, let not shaithaan guide you to hopelessness. hold fast unto your faith and keep believing in the quran and authentic sunnah.
On the authority of Ibn Abbas (may Allah be pleased with him), that the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said:
Verily Allah has pardoned ...
first of all i would like to tell you that we muslims do NOT believe in reincarnations, we firmly believe in the Aakhirah. the eternal life after we die. so believing in notions of reincarnation is a sign of lack of faith.
and secondly being afraid that Allah won't forgive you, even after you do a sinciere repentance (tawbah), this is just ...
Hey I'm so happy for you actually! Very glad you were able to stumble upon the truth and I ask The Lord, Allah The All Mighty to keep you steadfast on your deen! With regards to the sun rising from the west, that's one of the last signs of the hour (judgment day); which a lot of the signs has already happened actually. And yes, once the sun rises from the ...
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.
One does tawbah by feeling remorse with their heart, seeking forgiveness verbally from Allah and firmly intending to never repeat the sin. It is not necessary to perform ritual salah for it to be valid.
Absolutely! Allah is most forgiving and merciful did you hear the Hadith?
Abu Huraira reported: The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “A prostitute had once been forgiven. She passed by a dog panting near a well. Thirst had nearly killed him, so she took off her sock, tied it to her veil, and drew up some water. Allah forgave her for that.”
Repeating words for a long time is a meditation practice. I do not practice alike so that I can not pronounce myself thereon and I don't object to it either.
It's however not necessary for being forgiven by Allah. He promises to forgive the sins to those who believe and (try to) follow His commands and repent duly.
It's better to recognize a concrete sin and ...
The fact that you are seeking advice here in itself, shows you feel guilty enough to seek help. The only thing that will soften your heart will be to continue with your repentance, Sadaqah, and fasting. Even if you think that you don’t feel guilty and that you are happy with your sins, continue until you are humbled. Intentions and action are both required.
The fact that you did it unknowingly and want to ask for forgiveness, shows your strength in faith. There are so many ways you can ask for fogivness. You can make dikhr and recite astaghfirallah, you can make sure to repeat it in your daily prayers, and you can simply hold out your hands and make dua. Remember, that Allah (swt) is the oft-forgiving ...
A simple answer to your question. Allah says in his glorious Quran
Say, "O My servants who have transgressed against themselves [by sinning], do not despair of the mercy of Allāh. Indeed, Allāh forgives all sins. Indeed, it is He who is the Forgiving, the Merciful."
- For those who repent and correct themselves.
(Surat al-Zumar: 53)
Perform salah-at Tawba it is a
Tahajjud prayer which is to be done after isha and before fajr.
There is a complete different between seeking forgiveness and repenting.
When perform tawba you have to truthfully and whole heartedly feel bad for your sin promise never to do it again and truly mean it. Of course seeking forgiveness is important but it’s more ...
Their interpretation of the hadith is wrong, as the burden of sin can not be transferred and it is actually unjust to punish someone for the deeds of another.
لا تكسب كل نفس إلا عليها ولا تزر وازرة وزر أخرى
Every soul earns not [blame] except against itself, and no bearer of burdens will bear the burden of another.
— Quran 6:164
What the hadith actually ...
We don't have any clear evidence like reports from the Prophet (SAW) as far as I could find.
However, many tafasir give these two reasons as possible (beyond the obvious one that they are repenting from their general mistakes):
They are setting an example for people on what to do near the House of Allah.
They are seeking forgiveness for their descendants, ...