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Shafi'i Fiqh

The Hadith in which it was Reported that a Jew Came to the Prophet and Said: “You are Setting up Rivals (to Allah) and Associating others (with Him).”

It was narrated from 'Abdullah bin Yasar, from Qutailah, a woman from Juhainah,  that a Jew came to the Prophet and said: "You are setting up rivals (to Allah) and associating others (with Him). You say: 'Whatever Allah wills and you will,' and you say: 'By the Ka'bah.'" So the Prophet commanded them, if they wanted to swear an oath, to say: "By the Lord of the Ka'bah;" and to say: "Whatever Allah wills, then what you will." Clearly, this Hadith could give the impression that the companions of the Prophet (Peace be upon him) associated partners in worship with Allah, how can we clear this misunderstanding?

Hanafi Fiqh

zakat of apostates

Salam
If a believer at certain point in his life apostatized from islam but after some years reverted, the zakat that he paid before his apostasy will it be valid or he has to repay the zakat of his life before apostasy and zakat of his apostasy days?
If a believer only pays portion of his due zakat and dies in a state with incomplete due zakat, how big a sin will it be? Will it be a major sin or shirk?

Hanafi Fiqh

Liking a celebrity and nazar amulet

I like 2 turkish celebrities but one of them shared a story with nazar amulet emoji in it and other one worked in drama in which nazar amulet was hanging.  As i have heard that blue nazar amulet is haram and shirk . If i discourage their bad things and like good things? Is it likeliness to shirk??or is it kufr?

Hanafi Fiqh

Are man made theories appropriate to use as therapy?

Can a person use man made theories to help heal traumas or use them as tools for therapy? A friend recommended- https://hooponoponomiracle.com/iloveyou-imsorry-pleaseforgiveme-thankyou-mantra/

Is it discrediting to Allah to use this type of spirituality despite how helpful it is claimed to be. Are these ideas limited because they exclude the acknowledgement of Allah?

Hanafi Fiqh

Intended do shirk/kufr but did not do it

Assalamualaykum wa Rahmatullah
If you wanted to do major shirk or kufr but you didn’t do it, does it put you out of the fold of Islam and your good deeds are erased? Even though you didn’t physically do shirk/kufr. For example your a muslim and you took necessary steps to go to a temple to worship idols but you didn’t do it. Has it put you out of the Islam and your good deeds are destroyed?

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