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Sajida Sanadi
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Is saying a child who has not reached puberty but died before reaching it is in Jannah?

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How to repent from all the sins a person has comitted?

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Is watching animes like Naruto haram?

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I used to think that saying Jesus is son of Mary haram, but now I realised it is not. Is It a sin

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Is it haram to say 'holy crap' or 'holy cow' in Islam?

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Is studying astronomy haram?

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If I recite this du'a 3 times are all my major and minor sins forgiven?

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If a person pray Asr salah on the time of hanafi madhab, is this haram or not? [duplicate]

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Will it be counted as a sin if it happened because of someone else?

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Is a sin only counted if a person does that action or speaks about it?

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Is it haram to say Allahu Akbar in middle of sin but with different intention?

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Committing sins intentionally in mind?

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Are your sins forgiven if you say astagfirullah 100 times aday without intention

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Is it haram to make an offensive joke even when who you are joking about knows it's a joke?

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What does this hadith mean.?

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If a person tells he will commit a sin and then repent intentionally but then regret his sin, will he be forgiven?

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Is it haram to think how other people would react to something you did?

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Islam on big-bang [duplicate]

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One day, I was thinking about Jesus and I mistakenly said that Jesus Is son of God, I realised it and asked for forgiveness by tauba and rade shahada,