motiur
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When Uthman burn many versions of Quran, how do we know that the burned one are the "wrong" ones?
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The simple answer, he burned them in front other respected followers of Islam. He of course had discussed the issues with them, and after a possible consensus he decided to keep the dialect that is ...

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Charity or Pilgrimage?
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Hajj is one of the 5 pillars of Islam. Since you have the potential to perform Hajj, you should do it, and do it immediately. Nobody knows how far will your body hold on your 110th birthday. Moreover, ...

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Education consultant earnings are halal or not?
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If a student is weak and cannot pass the examination then I make some other intelligent student give the examination on behalf of the weak student and after getting the result the weak student gets ...

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Is Eid-e-Milad-ul-Nabi (P.B.U.H) allowed or prohibited?
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Just remember 12th Rabi-Ul-Awal is the day when Muhammad(PBUH) also passed away. If you want to recite Durud for him, you can do it, that's about it. But just don't overdo things, its not permissible ...

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Are there any actual textual differences in Quran?
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During the life of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH), his followers used to recite Quran in front of him. If there was any mistake, he definitely would have corrected it. Quran in textual form was given less ...

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Why is "Assalatu Khairum Minan Naum" only said in the fajr/morning azan/call for prayer?
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Once Bilal (RA) was about to wake up Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) from sleep during Fajr time, he used the above verse; because Bilal(RA) thought any other verse would be inappropriate. The Prophet Muhammad ...

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