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do frogs praise Allah swt?

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21 minutes ago, father said:

do frogs praise Allah swt and killing them is haram?

All the creation praises Allah. 

Unless you are eating an animal or it is a danger to you, your family, another person, your home, livestock, or property, you should just leave it alone. 

If you have an infestation and the only way to get rid of it is to kill them, it's allowed. If you can pick the animal up and move it to a better location, that's preferable. We move wolf spiders, garden spiders, and an occasional blue salamander from my house all the time. We just scoop them up in a clean jar and deposit them in the nearby shrubbery where they will find food and can move wherever they want. 

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Have you not regarded that to Allah prostrates whoever is in the heavens and whoever is on the earth, and the sun, the moon, and the stars, the mountains, the trees, and the animals and many of mankind? And for many the punishment has become due. Whomever Allah humiliates will find no one who may bring him honour. Indeed Allah does whatever He wishes. 22:18

 

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3 hours ago, father said:

do frogs praise Allah swt and killing them is haram?

Even plucking leaves without any just cause is haram....secondly, any animal is killed only if it is detrimental to human health such as if there be too many lizards in house or cockroaches.....so, killing them is saving human health. 

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