Abdullah Khaled
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Does the "three times" count still apply if we use "detergent"?
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The answer depends on the way of washing, which is one of two ways: washing in a container (with hands) washing in running water (includes washing machine) or pouring water on the cloth. In washing ...

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What is the reason for interpreting word Imam to book in Quran?
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There are three good tafseers for the word imam here: book (record) prophet leader The first one is the strongest one, in my opinion, because it has many evidences from other ayat (verse): this is ...

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Is leather tanned via modern methods still considered pure?
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There are three conditions must be achieved in tanning to consider that the leather is clean: Drying the humidity purifying the najasa and removing the smell. Any method does this things and makes ...

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What is the source of the tafseer of the verse (3:37) that says rizq means scrolls of knowledge?
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The word "rizq" in Arabic language means everything could be profitable, so in Almou'gam Alwaseet "The Medium Dictionary" it could mean food, wear, rain and even salary: So "rizq" could mean ...

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Do the primary Islamic sources mention the Seven Laws of Noah?
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In islam these prohibition things are called Kaba'ir (big sins), they include: polytheism, sorcery, murder, usury, vilification, theft, perjury, illegal sexual intercourse and a few other sins. ...

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Is father or mother-in-law's brother mahram?
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Of course they are mahrams! And this is stated in the Quran, Surat An-Nisā' 4:23: Prohibited to you [for marriage] are your mothers, your daughters, your sisters, your father's sisters, your mother's ...

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