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QasimiH

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    QasimiH got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in replying the Salam   
    Salam Alaykum.
    If one only says "Salam" without the "Alaykum", does the receiver have to reply with "Alaykum Salam"?
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    QasimiH reacted to VoidVortex in mental construct of Allah in mind during Salah   
    I don't think there's anything wrong with what you described. But you can ask on al-islam.org/ask to zoheir ali esmail or Amina Inloes about this
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    QasimiH reacted to -Rejector- in mental construct of Allah in mind during Salah   
    Walaikum assalam
    Here's the link: https://www.al-islam.org/ask
    I can't remember exactly where I heard this, but I remember hearing this about concentrating in prayer; if you want to focus, picture Heaven on your right, Hell on your left, and the Sirat in front of you, and imagine you are about to walk on the Sirat. Not sure if this actually works, I haven't tried it.
    May Allah bless you.
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    QasimiH reacted to -Rejector- in How do I regain my faith?   
    May Allah help you in your tribulations. 
    First of all, I would recommend getting your questions answered. There's a hadith from one of the Imams, I can't remember which one, in which he says that if you have a doubt about religion, you should address it straight away. (Maybe someone can find the hadith insha'Allah). You should, if you can, ask your local Sheikh or someone at the masjid, if not, there are many websites that you can ask your questions on, my favourite one being Al-Islam.org. Here's the link:
    https://www.al-islam.org/ask
    Secondly, you should pray to Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى) frequently and ask Him for everything you need. I personally like to read Sahifat As-Sajjadiyya regularly, but there are many other Du'as which should restore your faith. For example, this Du'a is from Duas.org:
    Here's another great Du'a which I recite daily in my Qunoot, also from Duas.org:
    So get your questions answered, and recite a lot of Du'as. 
    May Allah bless, protect, guide, and help you and your family and grant you Jannat Al-Firdaus.
    Ma3salam.
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    QasimiH got a reaction from -Rejector- in How do I regain my faith?   
    Salam.
    I used to have a lot of faith and conviction, though I actually only had little knowledge about Islam. After watching a video I got doubts just as I couldnt really refute anything because of my lack of knowledge. Alhamdulilah I gained a lot of knowledge, but my faith and conviction in my heart it feels like is still missing. Does someone have some tips?
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    QasimiH reacted to Zane Ibrahim in Philosophical arguments   
    Salam, sorry for the long wait, I promised myself I'd get back to you but I forgot to 
    If God had physical parts, it means He would be in space. But we know that everything is created other than the Creator, so space and time are both creations of God. So logically, God cannot be inside His own creation. For example, if I create a car, I don't become the car, or I don't automatically be in the car, so it's the same here: God created time and space, but he is not limited by time nor space. (Another example could be that a parent doesn't need to follow the rules that they set for their kids, but I think that's a bit different).
    Another reason why God cannot have physical parts is because if God was physical, he would be confined and limited to space, and God is unlimited. 
    لَيْسَ كَمِثْلِهِ شَيْءٌ
    Nothing like a likeness of Him (42:11)
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    QasimiH reacted to 313_Waiter in Philosophical arguments   
    Wa ‘Alaykum Salaam,
    If the Necessary Being had parts, then it would be caused and dependent upon its parts to exist. But the Necessary Being is by definition uncaused.
  8. Completely Agree
    QasimiH reacted to ShiaMan14 in How do I regain my faith?   
    What a fantastic opportunity to seek more knowledge and eliminate doubts.
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    QasimiH reacted to Ashvazdanghe in Philosophical arguments   
    Salam your falacy in question  is that you have assumed that you know God completely  then you talk about possibility  or impossibility  for him anyway it's clear for everyone  that he is beyond description while on the other hand every  being which has physical  parts can be described by someone  who has superiority  over  being which has physical  parts which no one & nothing has superiority  over God.
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    QasimiH got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in How do I regain my faith?   
    Salam.
    I used to have a lot of faith and conviction, though I actually only had little knowledge about Islam. After watching a video I got doubts just as I couldnt really refute anything because of my lack of knowledge. Alhamdulilah I gained a lot of knowledge, but my faith and conviction in my heart it feels like is still missing. Does someone have some tips?
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    QasimiH reacted to notme in How do I regain my faith?   
    Introspection, meditation, awe, love, and prayer. 
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    QasimiH reacted to notme in How do I regain my faith?   
    Introspection, meditation, awe, love, and prayer. 
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    QasimiH reacted to Zane Ibrahim in Philosophical arguments   
    Walaikum assalam warahmatullah.
    Do you mean parts as in there being multiple gods, or parts as in physical parts....?
    Please clarify so I can try and give an answer.
    May Allah bless you.
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