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MuhammadTaha_05

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  1. Thank you so much brother!@Muhammad Al-Hurr May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) bless you with a long life!
  2. Thank you brother @Muhammad Al-Hurr I have 2 questions now: You said that even when you masturbate multiple times on a day one Kaffarah is enough. But I did it on two days. So is one Kaffarah then enough or not? And I cannot do the Kaffarah now, so can I do the Kaffarah later when I’m older? I would really appreciate it if you could answer these for me! Wassalam, Taha
  3. Salam Alaykum everyone, First of all, I want to wish everyone a blessed Ramadan. May The Almighty Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) forgive all our sins, accept our prayers and fasts and accept our wishes, InshAllah. In the past, I committed some disgusting and terrible sins. (watching p*rn and mastur....) I did this for two years or so. Those two years were very dark years because of these sins. I knew that what I was doing was not right. So on one day I left it all behind me (Thank God!) and everything is going well (Alhamdullillah). But I do have a few questions now: 1. I know now, that when discharge takes place, you have to do Ghusl Junub, butw hen I began with these sins, I didn't do Ghusl Junub afterwards. I didn't do it, because I didn't know that when discharge takes place you have to do Ghusl. And I did read my prayers that time. So my first question is: Were my prayers valid? 2. I'm very ashamed to say this, but I also committed these sins in the Holy Month of Ramadan. In 2019, I mastu.... on two days (Astaghfirullah) (didn't watch p*..) and in 2020 I watched p*... once (Astaghfirullah) (didn't mastu...). I read on Ayatollah Sistani's website that you have to do Kaffarah to make up these days. But I didn't understand it very well. So my question is: What do I need to do to make up these days? Do I need to redo only those days of Ramadan or do I have to perform 60 days of Ramadan for every sin I committed? How much poor people do I need to feed? Do I have to pay for something? Please help me out here. I'm sorry for the gross picture I may have created in your minds, but I really need help. I want to make things up again and I don't want to be that person anymore. I want to make things up with The Almighty Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). I would really appreciate your help! Wassalam, Taha
  4. Assalamu Alaykum Brothers and Sisters, Hope that you are all having a great Ramadan! I have to make up some days of Ramadans in the past (2019 & 2020). I read that I have to make up these days before the following Ramadan. However, I'm not able to make up these days now. Is it possible that I make up these days at a later time in my life? I'm really looking forward to your answers! Wassalam, T
  5. @Sabrejet Thanks for the advice! May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) bless you!
  6. Hi there people, In the past I have committed a terrible sin, which I am ashamed of: masturbation. Thank God I don’t do it anymore. I have been clean for a long time Alhamdullilah. When I began with masturbation I didn’t know that it was obligatory to do a ghusl junub. I found that out later, so every time when I unfortunately committed that terrible sin I went straight to the bathroom to do ghusl junub. But I have a question: in the time that I didn’t know you had to do Ghusl after you committed that terrible sin I still did my prayers. But now I think that those prayers aren’t accepted by the Almighty Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). So how do I need to solve this? Do I need to repeat all those prayers? If that is the case I will gladly do that, but I don’t know how many prayers I have to repeat. Because it’s a while ago now. I hope that someone can help me out here. May Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) bless y’all with a healthy and long life InshAllah. Wassalam,
  7. Dear brothers and sisters, I have read that if someone commits sins the best thing he/she can do is read the Salat-ul-Tawbah. I've seen on multiple pages how to perform Salat-ul-Tawbah. But I still have a question and this might sound as a stupid question, but do you have to read Qunut in Salat-ul-Tawbah? I'm looking forward to your answers! Kind regards, Taha.
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