Andre
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Why do Shias do things differently?
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Salaam brother, Actually there aren't many differences between the Shi'a and Sunni school of thought... The only differences that are there are in Jurisprudence.. and even then they are minute... ...

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Sunni and Shia Islam class different things as sin; who would be a sinner if only one of them is correct?
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To Answer the Question: In Islam all throughout history there have been many different opinions on Islamic Jurisprudence. Within Sunni School of thought there are 4 major Jurisprudence schools; ...

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Does Allah commit shirk by swearing on things lesser than Him (e.g. the Qur'an)?
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How can God take anything/anyone else to be God instead of himself? Have you ever taken someone else to be you? Did you ever wake up one day and say "that random person walking on the street is ...

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Why has Allah used plural pronouns for Himself?
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In the Arabic, Farsi and Urdu language the plural nouns are normally used to denote respect. When Allah talks about Himself, His names, His attributes(siffat), His essence; He talks about these ...

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I made an oath with Allah but I couldn't fullfill it
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You don't become Kafir by breaking a promise... You become kafir when you declare there is no Allah and Muhammad is not the Slave and Messenger of Allah... (ASTAGFURALLAH!) This world is a trial. ...

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Is it mandatory for Muslims to choose the right sect or they ought to defend their current sect?
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Notice that..., and actually the 2 major schools in Islam (Shia and Sunni) are not very different from each other. Actually both of the schools of thought are very similar. The major differences ...

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Why should we do Taqlid (follow a Mujtahid) in religious problems?
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Well more than religious scripture, its common sense that tells us to do Taqleed. For example, if you get sick you go to a doctor to find the cure for your disease. Similarly as times change a new ...

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Are Muslim jins Sunni or Shia? (If there are Muslim jins)
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I just want to know, what is the use of asking such a question? Even if you found out the answer what will you do with it? Also the Question You ask, has a problem with it. You are asking for ...

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Is this committing kufr?
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Salaam Sister, Don't worry ... every person makes mistakes. But the important thing to do is, to realise if you have made a mistake and to repent for that mistake. And ask Allah for his love, mercy ...

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Is a contagious Muslim exempt from Haj?
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The Hajj is not mandatory for a person who does not have the Health, Wealth and means to go to Hajj... Actually in some cases, scholars say it is highly un-recommended for one to do Hajj, if it ...

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What is the difference between SHIFA'ah and SHAFA'ah?
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Actually شفاعة means intersession. Intersession is when someone intercedes/intervenes on your behalf. So you should ask Allah for SHAFA'ah as well. You want Allah's mercy to intercede on your ...

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Are processed food considered Haram?
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Good Question. Now I am no scholar, but my understanding tells me; If the food contains Haraam or najis elements, then yes it will be Haram. By Haraam elements I mean, the whole process from ...

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Can you get help from Allah through people (e.g. a psychologist)?
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Of course we can get Help from Allah through people. Allah has said that reach me through waseelah which means... reach Allah through different means... Allah in the Qur'an says that the Humans ...

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Is Figurative Representation Allowed in Islamic Art?
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Historically Speaking, in Arabia at the time of the Prophet (PBUH) the concept of art and portraits was Not a common thing. Hence since the early times of Islam especially in Arabia, art did not have ...

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ِDid Prophet Muhammad sin? If so, what was that?
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Here is an extract from the Commentary of Puya: [Pooya/Ali Commentary 47:19] Imam Jafar bin Muhammad as Sadiq said: "Just as a flutter of wind or a strong shaking brings the dried leaves of a ...

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Does hell consist of 7 levels?
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Lets see what the Qur'an says: "Surely those who believe, and those who are Jews, and the Christians, and the Sabians, whoever believes in Allah and the Last day and does good, they shall have their ...

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Can we say "رضی الله عنه " after Khalid bin Al-Walid?
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Well the Qur'an says it explicitly: Qur'an (5:32) …the killing of a person for reasons other than legal retaliation or for stopping corruption in the land is as great a sin as murdering all of ...

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