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This answer was collected from Askimam.org, which is operated under the supervision of Mufti Ebrahim Desai from South Africa.

Why when we have to struggle on earth to find pradise after life as when the babies die they get a free ticket to heaven? It seems like an unfair deal.

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Answer Life and death are the decrees of Allah, our creator, who is ‘most wise’.The wisdom of His decrees cannot be comprehended by our limited thinking. As his slaves, we are required to submit and be content with the Decrees ofour Master, Allah. and Allah Ta’ala Knows Best Mufti Ebrahim Desai Original Source Link

Between Zuhr and Jumuah, which started first?

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We hear that our beloved Prophet (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam), received the 5 daily Salaat when he ascended to heaven – ‘Al-Israu wal- Miraaj’, so when and where was he commanded to start praying Jumuah Salaat?With whom was he, when he was commanded to start praying Salaat Jumuah, and what time was he instructed to observe… read more »

Meaning of Siratul Mustaqin is straight or right path. Tafsir by Imam Ibn Kathir clearly states that Sirat is a bridge over hell that everyone must pass over on the Day of Judgment. Which is right?

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I have understood the meaning ?Siratul Mustaqin? as straight path, right path until now. But the Tafsir by Imam Ibn Kathir clearly states that, the actual Sirat (bridge over hell that everyone must pass over) on the Day of Judgment. Is it true that every Muslim after death has to cross over the REAL BRIDGE… read more »

1) Is it true the Khalid Bin Waleed (RA) kept a hair of the prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in his hat, and that at one time he had lost his hat and he started to worry until he found the hat. Isn’t this relying on the Prophets hair and not relying on Allah

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1)  Is it true the Khalid Bin Waleed (RA) kept a hair of the prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in his hat, and that at one time he had lost his hat and he started to worry until he found the hat. Isn’t this relying on the Prophets hair and not relying on Allah (swt).  2)  Does… read more »

“assalamualeikum” to follow the sunnah, and a strong male voice answered, which I saw and identified as a jinn. I wanted to answer back, but my throat was blocked, and I was very scared.

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Please interpret the following dream: I came back to my house after maybe a few months, when I opened the door I said “assalamualeikum” to follow the sunnah, and a strong male voice answered, which I saw and identified as a jinn. I wanted to answer back, but my throat was blocked, and I was… read more »

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