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  4. It's a contradiction since only Allah is all-knowing. (It is still shirk). It would mean that Santa Claus is independent of God, despite you claiming that he is dependent on God. It's the same thing that idolaters do/say.
  5. "He knows when you are sleeping, he knows when you're awake, he knows if you've been bad or good, so be good for goodness sake"
  6. Christmas is arguably worse. Santa Claus is pure shirk packaged for kids.
  7. And this is caused [at least in part] by Halloween? Nah, be realistic. By the way, I do not support Halloween--easy for me to say though, I'm a young adult with no kids-- but my reasons certainly have nothing to do with health, diabetes, cavities, etc. Similarly, I do not condone smoking cigarettes (which is much worse for one's health), but it is Halal... so... This part of the post is irrelevant and incomparable... an appeal to extremes. Brushing your teeth is not comparable to fixing world peace, lol. Parents limit the amount of candy their child can eat... and all the candy gained is usually finished within a month. .............. The point of my reply was to show that you are assuming that Halloween - a once a year event - will instill sugar addiction tendencies in children and rot their teeth. These are not reasonable assumptions --especially if necessary precautions are put in place by parents... which is almost always the case.
  8. 1. No it won't (brush your teeth) 2. No they won't be (probably)
  9. It's called gathering, consolidating, and providing information. It took time and it's super useful to have one post to refer back to. I organized it neatly by author. What was the purpose of your original post? Did you want rulings or did you want to prove your point? If it is the former, then surely you would be keen to read through some of the links that I provided.
  10. Well, it's difficult for others to sympathize with your argument when you conflate Halloween -- which actually might be Haram -- with wearing Nike sneakers --- which is definitely not Haram. Edit: Also it's just Moalfas (who keep in mind is a new user) who's responding to you.
  11. @thuglife By the way, why did you disagree with my reply? There's nothing to disagree with, so I'm confused...
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