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In the Name of God بسم الله

fibonacci

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  1. ironic that the policeman was a Muslim you don't see the media talking too much about that after they mislead everyone with their big breaking news headlines
  2. Allah (AWJ) is outside the scope of creation, as He is the Creator. However creation started from noor-eh Prophet Muhammad (SAWA) and was divided into Ahlul Bayt (AS) and subsequently the rest of creation was derived from that. *** At the end of salat you give your salams to Prophet (SAWA) and Ibadillah hisaliheen (which includes members of Ahlul Bayt).
  3. the truest shahada is the one were you're actually witnessing what you are stating
  4. In the past I use to say on this forum that it is most likely referring to persian king cyrus. I'm probably wrong and it may not be the truth. From the story of the prophets you learn that Dhul Qarnayn in the story is most likely referring to a figure from very ancient times - probably called Alexander -- but not alexander the macedonean. Allah granted him certain abilities or 'technologies' - to travel long distances-- even reach special places like mount Qaf.
  5. One of the point of the story is that the spiritual journey means to go beyond what is perceived to be logical/illogical (provided you have the right guide). Because an action perceived to be illogical based on evidences from the 5 senses, may in fact be very logical if one has access to the higher senses (like Hazrat Khidr (as) ).
  6. First of all it is NOT MURDER...and it is absurd to insult a Prophet like that. One definition of murder is: "the unlawful killing, with malice aforethought, of another human" Secondly this story is talking about the spiritual journey of Prophet Musa (AS) to reach certain knowledge.
  7. It is best to talk to a scholar.
  8. In the book of Muslim there this one hadith that might be relevant http://sunnah.com/riyadussaliheen/18/123 *The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, "There are two types of people who will be punished in Hell and whom I have not seen: men having whips like the tails of cows and they will be beating people with them, and, women who will be dressed but appear to be naked, inviting to evil; and they themselves will be inclined to it. Their heads will appear like the humps of the Bactrian camel inclined to one side. They will not enter Jannah and they will not smell its fragrance which is perceptible from such and such a distance."*
  9. How old are you and where do you live. Do you attend public school? Mixed gender?
  10. their "military base" in the heart of Eurasia
  11. Intercession of the Prophet (SAWA) is one of the major points.
  12. ya Hakam ya Hakam ya Hakam ya Allah La Illah Ila Allah
  13. I recommend everyone read about the origins of creation in some of the religious books. you see that in the "spiritual world" things work in terms of light or noor
  14. First of all, I don't worship anything but Allah. And Allah gives us a number of teachings dealing with morality and immorality, and how we behave with one another. One of the underlying theme we see so often is that you must respect the private property of others. The problem with collectivism is that at some point in its implementation you are going to violate someone's private property - because we're not created equal. Secondly if you're so confident in Marx's proposal for wealth redistribution, then ask youself... why doesn't Allah advocate for the same thing in terms of iman and deeds? Why do we have 7 heavens, and 7 hells? Why don't we have 1 heaven and 1 hell, and depending on how much good/bad deeds all of humanity does in total... we go to either one. Why isn't it like that?
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