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Wa alaikum assalam wa rehmatullahi wa barakatuh...

Brrother I agree for 65:12, it is not Earths (plural) but from earth, Min al Ardi mislahunna....Singular form of earth.

For 14:48 I would say that the physical/ chemical or the materialisric form of the earth would be transformed into some other form so thats why 20:55 would be the same earth but transformed as well.

I find something interesting as well, it's samawaat in 14:48 ,however the last surahs mention only samaa regarding the changes in the hereafter...

Anyways, jazakullah khair

« on: August 09, 2017, 08:32:56 PM »
Being someone, and able to do doing something are two different phenomena.

God can do anything, but If He is Merciful and just, everything would reflect These qualities as well.It is His choice and nature to be Just, not a limitation as assumed by the critic.

May be the following article could help

« on: August 09, 2017, 08:14:38 PM »
Alhmdulillah for recovery, and yes, praying for her as well.

There is nothing in the whole hadees suggesting that anybody was having sex, nothing at all.

Secondly, seeing anyone naked doesn't mean that he is homosexual.A mother who changes diaper, sees her child but it doesn't make her pedophile or homosexual.A gyenecologist sees her patients, but definitely she is not homosexual,a nurse vaccinating is not a pedophile too.It is just the abnormal psychology of the idiot foolish delusional critic, who must go to any mental institute for some rehabilitation.

The hadees mentioned by the critic is:

Anas (may Allaah be pleased with him) who said: “The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to relieve himself, then another boy and I would bring a vessel of water and a short spear [to use as a sutrah for the prayer he was going to do after doing wudoo’] and he would cleanse himself with the water.”

Note the word Then and the word wudoo

See the ahadees in the following

It was narrated that Al-Mughirah bin Shu'bah said:
"The Prophet (ﷺ) went out to relieve himself, and when he came back, I met him with a vessel (of water). I poured some for him and he washed his hands, then he washed his face. Then he wanted to wash his forearms but his Jubbah was too tight, so he brought them out from beneath the Jubbah to wash them, and he wiped over his Khuffs, then he led us in prayer."Nasai 125

Al-Mughirah b. Shu’bah reported:
I was in the company of the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) in the expedition of Tabuk. He abandoned the main road before the dawn prayer, and I also did the same along with him. The Prophet (ﷺ) made his camel kneel down and (went to ) relieve himself. He then came back and I poured water upon his hands from the skin-vessel. He then washed his hands and face. He tried to get his forearms out (of the gown), but the sleeves of the gown were too narrow, so he entered back both his hands, and brought them out from beneath the gown. He washed his forearms up to the elbows and wiped his head and wiped over his socks.80 He then mounted (his camel) and we began to proceed until we found people offering the prayer. They brought forward ‘Abd al-Rahman b. ‘Awf who was leading them in prayer. The Prophet(ﷺ) stood in the row side by side with other Muslims. He performed the second rak’ah of the prayer behind ‘Abd al-Rahman b. ‘Awf. Then ‘Abd al-Rahman uttered salutation. The Prophet(ﷺ) stood to perform the remaining rak’ah of the prayer. The Muslims were alarmed. They began to utter tasbih (Subhan Allah) presuming that they had offered prayer before the Prophet (ﷺ) had done. When he uttered the salutation (i.e. finished his prayer), he said: You were right, or (he said) you did well.Sunan Abu Dawud 149

The words wudoo in the hadees mentioned by the critic himself and the terms highlighted in the above mentioned ahadees are clear to conclude that they were carrying vessel just for wudoo, to pour water upon the hands of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w so that he would wash his hands and face and forearms.

Feminism / Re: The rise of feminism! How dangerous is it?
« on: July 29, 2017, 09:24:13 PM »
There is no 2 +2 = 2 + 2 type of so called equality of females in Islam, rather its more like 2 + 2 = 3 + 1 type.Everyone has his/ defined limitations,different grounds but the goal is same...

Every female should be given each of her right without any hesitation at all.


Nothing wrong in the embryology of the Holy Quran, but many basic errors in the greek means,

Quran is revealed by Allah, who is all knowing,AND there is no so called borrowing of "ideas" because how could one borrow substracting only the "wrong" concepts....?


Thats the direct rule by Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w

There is no contradiction.

First of all, its hasan....not sahih...Prioitize what is sahih.

Secondly,personal opinion of any respectable Companion r.a of Our Holy Prophet Muhammad s.a w w comes after the ruling of Prophet s.a.w.w.....never before Him

We have to obey Allah and His a direct ruling,given by Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w ,noted at several occasions and which is authentic as well should be more considerable if you have any different personal opinions, noted less (single narration )and that of lesser authenticity.. ( hasan )

Brother Osama has mentioned the possible reasons as well, for the difference seen in that narration

Jazakullah brother,but the link is not opening further anyway.I would like to check your article In sha Allah  :)

Abrogation exists as for the laws in the verses of prohibition of alcohol.I have seen people who consider alcohol to be halal just because they do not believe in abrogation.

The revelation periods denote that the teachings in Surah Aal imran were the "latest ones" abrogating any other teachings for the same matter, revealed before

I want his email address, as well as that of sam shamon

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