If someone cheats in the exam and Allah conceals his sin, does he have to tell anyone?
Ruling on working in a factory that makes bank machines (ATMs)
Ruling on wearing a belly button ring
Listening to women recite the Holy Qur’an
She did not pay the fee for the scan, so what should she do?
How should a worshipper sit if he is unable to sit muftarishan in prayer?
He bought some clothes from a store, then found out that it sells stolen goods
Is it permissible to offer Duha prayer during working hours?
He promised Allaah that he would give up the secret habit then he did it again. What does he have to do?
Her friend keeps company with men and commits sins, and she refuses to accept advice. What is to be done?
Is Masturbation Haram in Islam?
Is Music Haram?
How to Make Ghusl for Major Impurity
What is the ruling on professional pursuit of football (soccer)?
Signs of Black Magic and Satanic Possession
Rights of Husband and Rights of Wife in Islam
How to Make Up Missed Prayers
Dreams and Dream Interpretation
I Want to Repent, But ...
Allah has commanded all the believers to repent. People may be divided into two types, those who repent and turn to Allaah, and those who do wrong; there is no third category. We are living in a time when many people have strayed far from the religion of Allah, and sin and immorality have become so widespread that there is no one who remains free from the taint of evil except for the one who is protected by Allah. However, Allah will not allow but that His light should be perfected, thus many people have awoken from the slumber of negligence. They have become aware of their failure to fulfil their duties towards Allah, have regretted their carelessness and sin, and so have started to move towards the beacon of repentance. Others have grown weary of this wretched life of misery, and so they are looking for a way out of darkness and into the Light. But these people face many obstacles which they think stand between them and repentance, some of which exist within their own selves, and others in the world around them. For this reason I have written this brief work, hoping to clear up this confusion, dispel doubts, explain wisdom and drive away the Shaytan.
The month of Safar is one of the twelve Hijri months, and it is the month which comes after Muharram
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