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QTDDTOT Anonymous 05/27/2020 (Wed) 00:45:34 ID: 32cb9e No.21
Questions That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread.
Why do you explode?
>>22 we like fireworks
this >>23 is a shitpost, dont take it seriously
>>23 >>24 Understandable, have a nice day
Is this board dead? Also, it'd be nice to have an Islam SIG thread (with Islamic sources instead of secular ones).
>>21 I am a christian myself, but I wanted to ask the people here an question out of curiosity. You all know the division between sunni and shia muslims. All I know is that only the gods differ (muhammed compared to ali). Is there any other underlying things which cause the division?
>>53 Not the gods, Islam only has one God and Muhammad (peace be upon him) was His messenger. The split between Shiites and Sunnis is regarding the successor of Muhammad. The Shiites say 'Ali (may God be pleased with him) should have succeeded him because he was from his family, the Sunnis say that his successor was to be Abu Bakr because he was from the best of the Companions of the Prophet (may God be pleased with them).
>>21 How do you feel about the Hagia Sophia? As a Christian, I don't really get bothered much by it, especially given that it's still working as a Museum for the most part and none of the items within are being destroyed.
>>55 >none of the items within are being destroyed. They already were when they invaded it
>>55 I think they could have kept it as a museum since there's already the Blue Mosque nearby.
>>56 *bought it
>>55 It's nice to see Turkey take steps away from secularism, it gives me hope that perhaps the glory of Islam can be brought back once more.
>>55 I am personally against it. Hagia Sophia and Constantinople is the spiritual capital of Christianity, just as Masjid al-Ḥarām is the spiritual capital of Islam. There is no purpose for converting it to a masjid, aside from earning the ire of Christians. The wise choice is to give it back to the Orthodox Christians as a peace offering. Also, reminder that Turkey is a NATO member state, and NATO is under Israel. Converting Hagia Sophia into a masjid has a far more sinister underlying agenda.
>>75 There's never gonna be peace, no matter how much we concede. Appeasement doesn't work. There is nothing wrong with converting it back into a mosque, since to my knowledge nothing in Qur'an and Sunnah forbids that. Remember the Kaabah itself used to be a place of worship for the polytheists.
>>76 >There's never gonna be peace, no matter how much we concede. <...and you will find the nearest of them in affection to the believers those who say, "We are Christians."... [ Surah Al-Mai'dah - Ayah 82 ] >There is nothing wrong with converting it back into a mosque, since to my knowledge nothing in Qur'an and Sunnah forbids that. <...And were it not that Allah checks the people, some by means of others, there would have been demolished monasteries, churches, synagogues, and mosques in which the name of Allah is much mentioned... - [ Surah Al-Haj - Ayah 40 ] Also Umar Al-Khattab prayed outside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre even after the priest invited him to pray inside. He did that to preserve the church as a Christian site. It is obvious that your knowledge is lacking, but still you had the gall of talking about something you're ignorant about. This is what's wrong with the ummah nowadays. A bunch of ignorant children playing scholars.
>>77 Salam alaykum. Brother, there are hundreds of mosques around the world which were previously churches. Do you suggest we must turn them back into churches? If so, are we gonna get the Great Mosque of Córdoba back too, or is it only a problem when we do it? The places of worship of non-Muslims are protected if there is a contract between Muslims and non-Muslims, that is to say, they are dhimmis. Constantinople was conquered, and thus the Muslims had the right to turn Hagia Sofia into a mosque. >[22:38-41] Assuredly Allah defends those who have believed for He does not like any treacherous, ungrateful wretch at all. Permission (to fight) has been granted to those against whom war has been waged because they have been treated unjustly, and Allah is certainly able to help them. These are the people who have been expelled unjustly from their homes only for the reason that they said, "Our Lord is Allah." Had Allah not repelled one people by means of another people, monasteries, churches, synagogues and mosques, wherein the name of Allah is often mentioned, would have been demolished. Allah will surely help those people who help Him: Allah is indeed All-Powerful, All-Mighty. These are the people who, if We give them power in the land, will establish Salat, pay the Zakat dues, enjoin what is right and forbid what is evil, and the final decision of all affairs is in the hand of Allah. How are these verses a proof against converting a church into a mosque? They describe the principle that Allah Ta'ala checks one people by the means of another and doesn't let one group have power forever. Allah speaks of monasteries, churches, synagoges and mosques being 'demolished' (هدمت) so that acts of worship don't take place there anymore. But the Hagia Sofia hasn't been demolished, has it. You can still go there and visit it, even as a non-Muslim. >It is obvious that your knowledge is lacking, but still you had the gall of talking about something you're ignorant about. This is what's wrong with the ummah nowadays. A bunch of ignorant children playing scholars. Do you speak like that to everyone you differ with? Maybe what's wrong is rather people who can't disagree without insulting.
>>78 >there are hundreds of mosques around the world which were previously churches. Do you suggest we must turn them back into churches? No, just the Hagia Sophia, because Hagia Sophia to Christians is like Masjid Al-Haram to Muslims. Also, the conversion doesn't benefit the ummah at all. It was clearly done to piss people off. Likely ordered by their Zionist masters, since Turkey is a member of NATO, and NATO is under Israel. >Maybe what's wrong is rather people who can't disagree without insulting. How was that an insult?
So, once you enter Jannah, can you visit Jahannam? I want to gloat at the evildoers who did nothing but stepped on others while they were alive. Or is gloating not allowed? That would suck.
Any resources for newly converted muslims? Are drawing and music haram? What are the main differences between sunni and shia? Is being Sufi kufr?
>>79 Salam Alaykum ya akhi. >>95 Only Allah knows what will await the righteous believers in Paradise. There are some verses in the Qur'an which suggest that the people of Jannah and Jahannam can talk to each other (7:44, 7:50, and others). I doubt that you would want to actually go to Jahannam, for whatever reason, once you are in Jannah (or indeed any time ever). Also the people therein are already suffering the perfect punishment by Allah, may He be exalted. >>102 Praise be to Allah for granting you guidance and turning your heart towards His religion! First of all, welcome to Islam. >Any resources for newly converted muslims? The most important pillar of Islam after the Shahada is the Salah (prayer). Here is a guide how to perform it: https://www.wikihow.com/Pray-in-Islam Read Qur'an online: https://quran.com/ Read Hadiths online: https://sunnah.com/ Find prayer times, nearby mosques, Qibla (the direction of prayer) and more: https://muslimassistant.com/en >Are drawing and music haram? There are Hadiths which indicate that drawing pictures of animate beings, with details such as eyes, is forbidden and that angels do not enter a house in which such pictures are present. >Narrated `Aisha: The Prophet (ﷺ) entered upon me while there was a curtain having pictures (of animals) in the house. His face got red with anger, and then he got hold of the curtain and tore it into pieces. The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "Such people as paint these pictures will receive the severest punishment on the Day of Resurrection." [Sahih al-Bukhari 6109] >It was narrated that Abu Talhah said: "The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: "The angels do not enter a house in which there is a dog or a picture." [Sunan an-Nasa'i 4282] And there are Hadiths which indicate that musical instruments are forbidden. >Narrated Abu 'Amir or Abu Malik Al-Ash'ari: that he heard the Prophet (ﷺ) saying, "From among my followers there will be some people who will consider illegal sexual intercourse, the wearing of silk, the drinking of alcoholic drinks and the use of musical instruments, as lawful. [Sahih al-Bukhari 5590] >What are the main differences between sunni and shia? The main difference is that the Ahl-us-Sunnah wal Jamaa'a (Sunni Muslims) recognize the legitimacy of the Four Rightly Guided Caliphs (Rashidun Caliphs), who were Abu Bakr, Omar ibn al Khattab, Uthman ibn Affan, and 'Ali (may Allah be pleased with them). These four were the closest companions of the Prophet (ﷺ) during his lifetime. The Shiites claim that Abu Bakr, Omar and Uthman (may Allah be pleased with them) were usurpers and they say that 'Ali should have gotten the position of Caliph after the death of the Prophet (ﷺ). >Is being Sufi kufr? Sufism is considered to be a form of bid'ah (innovation) because some Sufi practices and beliefs have no basis on Qur'an and Sunnah. Some of them constitute kufr and some of them do not. And Allah the Almighty knows best. May Allah grant you and me steadfastness and strengthen our faith.
How can we get more users here?
>>78 >>112 Not him but wa alaykum asalam.
Is the Sealed Nectar the best seerah?
What is /islam/s' favourite pre-islamic religion? Now, let's not get angry over here. Let's just have a small question, ok? Or if you don't want to answer, then what's your favourite pre-islamic middle-eastern civilisation?
>>155 There were no religions before Islam.
>>156 Ok shitposter and the second one?
>>157 >implying he is wrong
>>158 >Implying that islam doesn't have heavy bases around judaism and is clolsly associated with it.
>>159 >implying Judaism isn't a corruption of pure Islamic monotheism
>>157 Islam was the religion of Adam (peace be upon him), the first human being in existence. Therefore there were no religions before Islam. >>159 This
>>155 >Now, let's not get angry over here. Why would we? Personally I don't know that much about history but I think the Turkic kingdoms and civilizations are pretty cool, as are Scythians.
>>161 >>160 Meant to quote this guy.
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What does /islam/ think of GLA from c&c generals?
>>172 >fighting with no air force Based
>>155 then what's your favourite pre-islamic middle-eastern civilisation? The carthaginians
>>172 A always saw them them as an impersonation of post-saddam militias and not isis when i was young,but that stopped when i played the mission where they pull off an operation inside the us successfully
>>172 A always saw them them as an impersonation of post-saddam militias and not isis when i was young,but that stopped when i played the mission where they pull off an operation inside the us successfully
>>172 There's something about sending angry mobs to take out tanks just made them satisfying to play and you know, the mental image that trained troops just beaten by angry people is hilarious.
>>198 We don't do confessions brother, we are not Christians. It is from Allah's mercy that He covers our sins.
>>199 It just feels sinful for me. I regret that I committed it from the First place. I may wish that Allah will truly forgive me.
>>200 Allah forgives all the sins for the one who repents. Maybe we should have another thread for the topic of repentance because it is so significant.
Is it true that once someone becomes a Muslim they can't leave the religion? I've heard of Muslim squads attacking people who try to leave?
>>282 Here's quote from Shaykh Al-Munajjid concerning apostasy being punishable by death: "(1) This is the ruling of Allaah and His Messenger, as the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: "Whoever changes his religion, kill him." (reported by al-Bukhaari, al-Fath, no. 3017). (2) The one who has known the religion which Allaah revealed, entered it and practised it, then rejected it, despised it and left it, is a person who does not deserve to live on the earth of Allaah and eat from the provision of Allaah. (3) By leaving Islaam, the apostate opens the way for everyone who wants to leave the faith, thus spreading apostasy and encouraging it. (4) The apostate is not to be killed without warning. Even though his crime is so great, he is given a last chance, a respite of three days in which to repent. If he repents, he will be left alone; if he does not repent, then he will be killed. (5) If the punishment for murder and espionage (also known as high treason) is death, then what should be the punishment for the one who disbelieves in the Lord of mankind and despises and rejects His religion? Is espionage or shedding blood worse than leaving the religion of the Lord of mankind and rejecting it? (6) None of those who bleat about personal freedom and freedom of belief would put up with a neighbour’s child hitting their child or justify this as "personal freedom," so how can they justify leaving the true religion and rejecting the sharee’ah which Allaah revealed to teach mankind about His unity and bring justice and fairness to all?"
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>>283 Wow, thank you for the reply.
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Thoughts on the Mu'tazila(Rationalist) school of thought.
>>357 'rationalist' is a misnomer, there was nothing rational about them. There are plenty of refutations of their beliefs so it's not really worth going into how silly their understanding is here. Suffice it to say that mainstream Muslims consider those who knowingly advocate the principles of Mutazilism to be disbelievers, and no one takes them seriously. They're basically extinct today aside from the occasional teenage edgelords.
>>358 >There are plenty of refutations of their beliefs so it's not really worth going into how silly their understanding is here. can you post some of those refutations? >those who knowingly advocate the principles of Mutazilism to be disbelievers explain how are they disbelievers?
Salam alaykum brothers! How's your fasting going?
>>364 Wa alaykum salam brother. I'm having difficulties but I'll manage through them.
Good luck during the last ten nights of Ramadan.
We're all probably going to Jahannam. None of us fucks deserve Jannah.
>>372 Don't lose hope in Ar-Rahman brother.
>>358 >Suffice it to say that mainstream Muslims consider those who knowingly advocate the principles of Mutazilism to be disbelievers Sunni cope
Eid Mubarak! We've made it through Ramadan. Hope you're all having a nice celebration today.
Eid mubarak
>>372 I hope this can ease your heart: >>210
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ya akh. It's over, there is no one to help me from futur. I am so scared to death but also scared to still a life
Eid mubarak. Sacrificed something yet?
is anime haram?
>>404 If it doesn't contain anything bad in it, such as magic or lewdness, then I wouldn't say so ( and Allah knows best ). In general cartoons can help children to learn good moral conduct.
>>404 >>405 Film in general should be regarded with caution even if there are no objectionable themes. There are movies like Dirilis Ertugrul and the Message which have Islamic themes but I can't think of any Islamic cartoons that aren't for very young kids. You should stay away from Japanese stuff in general, Japan is a kufir country and their media promotes unislamic values.
>>409 Go away, cross worshipper.
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>>21 Is /islam/ active? /monarchy/ wants to request a jewel For our crown jewels. An imaginary jewel w/ a pic (if you want) and a name (if you want). Examples: Examples: </hispol/ >Understood. I gift to you, the "Great Lemon" jewel discovered in Baja California, México. Is in the St Edward's Crown. </b/ >On behalf of /b/ we offer for a jewel... >Fire.
>>528 The Muslims are not to deal in such extravagance. Even the great Rashidun Caliphs used to only wear simple clothing. They never wore crowns or adorned themselves in any way for the sake of their position. Whenever they were among the people, they could not be distinguished from them. It was only later that Muslim rulers strayed from this practice and began to adorn themselves luxuriously, and even wearing gold, which the Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him, prohibited explicitly.
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Does Wikipedia think Abraham is less important than some random American politician?
What does /islam/ think of the women rebellion on Iran?
>>579 It is upon a Muslim woman to veil her hair in public. If she does not do so, she is sinning. The Safavid regime, despite its deviance, is correct when requiring the veil. And Allah knows best.
>>579 >What does /islam/ think of the women rebellion on Iran? The khimar/hijab/jilbab are for the believing women. Those Iranian protesting women are not believers in the revelation. As a matter of fact, probably not even Muslims, just culturally Iranian. No Muslimah, a believer in Allah, His Messenger صلى الله عليه وآله وصحبه وسلم the Final Hour, and so on would do what those women are doing. Those Iranian women are reminiscent of 1960's American women when they started to burn their bras in protest. Those protesting women are stupid, but so are the Ayahtoilet Shites and their Jewish Shiaism religion
Is music haram? Taliban banned all music.
>>590 Musical instruments are.
>>591 Why?
What about circumcision? Does one have to be circumcised to be a Muslim (Hanafi)?
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Would a muslim actually go to hell if he died from a bullet to the head, if that bullet was covered in bacon grease?
>>601 No.
>>601 Does Allah, praised him be. Hate the parasitical jewish race? t. never read the Qur'an
>>604 Allah(SWT) hates Judaism and those who practice it while knowing about Islam, not the Jewish race itself. Allah(SWT) will like the Jews who follow Judaism if they repent and revert to Islam. >never read the Qur'an There you go https://archive.org/details/the-clear-quran-english-translation-by-dr-mustafa-khattab
>>600 Circumcision isn't necessary.
>Iran's attorney general has announced that the parliament and the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution will review the country's stance on mandatory hijabs and release a report within two weeks. In a speech in the religious city of Qom on Friday, Mohammad Javad Montazeri stressed that any decision on the hijab issue should be based on a "planned approach". Last week, the head of the Iranian president's communication team told state news agency IRNA that requests from all quarters of society for the relaxation of the hijab rules have been passed on to authorities. https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/iran-attorney-general-begins-review-stance-mandatory-hijab https://www.france24.com/en/live-news/20221203-protest-hit-iran-says-reviewing-mandatory-headscarf-law What do you predict will happen in Iran with this? Their headscarfs don't even cover that much compared to a niqab let alone burqa as used in Afghanistan and they're having trouble enforcing this. Also their divorce rate doubled in the past decade from about 10% to 20%.
>>21 Is this a Halal board?
>>635 I would hope that it is
>>634 Inshallah kheir. I know the glowies are onto them, trying to stir trouble up like they did in so many other countries under the guise of colored revolutions. I hope this is a temporary move they're playing to appease tensions and not be overwhelmed, and not a definitive step Iran is taking in this unfortunate direction. >>396 They gave me the stomach to clean. Ugh. Maybe next time inshallah.
Is this board run by the same 8chan/8kun board owner?
>Taliban says eight ISIL fighters killed in raids in Afghanistan >“These members had a main role in the attack on the [Logan] hotel and paved the way for foreign [ISIL] members to come to Afghanistan,” the spokesperson said in a tweet. >ISIL claimed responsibility for a deadly bombing near a checkpoint at the Afghan capital’s military airport on Sunday. The group said that attack was carried out by someone that also took part in the Longan Hotel assault in mid-December. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2023/1/5/taliban-says-eight-isil-fighters-killed-in-raids-in-afghanistan What are these ISIL clowns doing? Do they just want power? Doesn't Afghanistan already have a based form of Sharia law now? Shouldn't they be in the rest of MENA, to help kick the yanks and French out? Or is ISIL in the pocket of the yanks?
>>651 No.
>>652 The IS is fighting against the Taliban because the Taliban are a regional movement that has limited itself to Afghanistan alone and because they have sought diplomatic relations with and recognition of the non-Islamic world order. In contrast, the IS seeks a global, universal Islamic caliphate, so the Taliban's goals are distinct from the goals of the IS. Beyond that, their giving protection to the Shi'a and to other minority polytheistic religions is another reason why the IS is fighting them. The IS already has various fronts, Afghanistan being one of them. It's also present in Sham, Iraq, Yemen, West Africa, Somalia, even the Philippines. In every region of the world where it has enough resources to wage war, it will do so.
Ramadan is approaching. Are you preparing yet brothers and sisters?
The OP image was of a character from the "Touhou" series (a pagan thing), so it was removed to keep us safe.
>>652 >What are these ISIL clowns doing? The moment you realize ISIS/ISIL are mossad mercenaries in search of "x" things or plain out destroy people or places you will make sense of their actions
>>675 Do you have any proof or are you just speculating? If the IS was truly an Israeli plot to weaken their neighbors, then the Jews better hope it never establishes itself because it would be much more dangerous for them than what it replaced.
>>674 Well done.
>>673 Yeeeeeeeaaaaah boooooi I am pumped.
How come Iran allows transgenderism but not homosexuality?
>>680 They're crazy Shias.
>>680 The whole thing about turning all their homos into ladyboys is presumably a pre-Islamic Persian thing.
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>>405 I agree. >>406 >Japan is a kufir country and their media promotes unislamic values. I agree. However, that doesn't mean anime as a medium is haram.
>>406 You are retarded. What the hell is an Islamic theme anyway? People like you make your religion your national identity and needlessly push away/attack anything you see as foreign. This is an attitude that is the total opposite to the Sunnah. The world is never as simple as our values and their values fool.
>>676 >Do you have any proof or are you just speculating? It calls itself the Islamic State, but proceeds to ignore the biggest enemy of Islam in the region. Go figure. >the Jews better hope it never establishes itself because it would be much more dangerous for them than what it replaced. Haven't you noticed? They were never worried about IS since the beginning. Strange, isn't it? Almost as if...
>>795 Come on. Speak clearly, bro. Just say what you mean. >Meme of IS being funded / co opted by Israel It's not bad to pick your battles and fight your enemy when you're capable of fighting them. Even Saladin first conquered Syria and Iraq before he attacked the crusader state in Palestine. Did that make him an agent of the crusaders? No. It's just necessary to reach a certain level of consolidation and power before you're capable of invading a stronger enemy. You might as well complain that IS hasn't invaded America. Plus, it's not even true that Islamic State has ignored Israel. They have a cell there and have been carrying out attacks.
Why isn't there an alliance between Muslim countries? Similar to NATO.
>>802 We are not ruled by upright Muslims. So it won't happen.
>>803 Certainly there is a need for an alliance between all Muslims.
I heard that there was an Arabian foreigner in Japan that kicked the head of a Shinto statue, and according to a Islamic friend of mine, he's making Islam look bad because the religion forbids people from insulting/attacking other religions. Is that true?
>>812 Personally I haven't heard of that. Destroying the idols is what the prophets did, including Ibrahim and Muhammad (peace be upon them both), so it's definitely part of the religion. What your friend is referring to is probably the verse which prohibits insulting the false deities lest the idol worshippers insult Allah out of ignorance.
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>>815 It's a statue, no Japanese were hurt.
>>817 nta but what if a Japanese enter a mosque in your country and starts desecrating it ?
>>818 Your comparison is unequal. Islam is the truth and mosques are objectively superior over polytheistic shrines.
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>iraqi >muslim >youtuber >communist
>>821 Well, which is it? Is he a communist or a Muslim?
>>822 see this is why I come here. it's refreshing to see the unfiltered idealist core of Islam, not filtered by radlib apologists
>>812 Yes, Islam forbids insulting and being aggressors. As for the early Islamic conquests under the Rashidun caliphates, who knows. Either A : they were actually liberating the oppressed under the Byzantine and Sassanian rule B : they don't understand the Quran, since there was barely any religious scholarship at the time to teach them the correct methodology to study the Quran. So they just take one verse of the Quran separately and went nuts with it >>814 Islam tells Muslims to make da'wah in a nice way. That is not da'wah. That is deliberate provocation. It accomplishes nothing but stoking the flames of hatred. That's just retarded. The Prophets get a free pass, because there is wisdom behind their actions. Ibrahim's (as) actions made the polytheists think. Muhammad (saw) is just cleansing the holy ground of impurities.
>>832 It's OK for us to be the aggressors, in war sense. https://sunnah.com/bukhari:2818 https://sunnah.com/bulugh/11/1 The Rashidun caliphs understood the Quran, Muhammad peace be upon him taught them. The Prophet > scholars. Duh. https://sunnah.com/mishkat:3767 It would be in the benefit of the Japanese people if we were to destroy every idol and shrine.
>>832 Allahu akbar! Are you suggesting the Prophet's ﷺ closest companions didn't understand the Qur'an? Are you questioning their faith after Allah has revealed that He is pleased with them as they are pleased with Him? The companions are the ones who preserved the knowledge of the religion, they're the reason we even have scholars today. The Prophet ﷺ said: "I was sent to join the ties of kinship, to break the idols, and to proclaim the oneness of Allah so that nothing be associated with Him." (Muslim 832) And 'Ali (Allah be pleased with him) said to Abu'l-Hayyaj al-Asadi: "Should I not send you on the same mission as Allah's Messenger ﷺ sent me? Do not leave an image without obliterating it, or a high grave without levelling it." (Muslim 969) Breaking the idols is an act of piety not limited to the prophets at all. The companions used to break the idols wherever they came upon them, from Persia to Africa. And in this they did not misunderstand anything; wasn't it the Messenger ﷺ himself who sent Jarir to destroy the false deity at Dhul Khalasa, so he went out and destroyed it? (Bukhari 3823) As for what the scholars said. Here's Ibn Al-Qayyim (Allah's mercy on him): "It is not allowed to leave places of Shirk and tawagheet (false gods) even for one day after having the ability to destroy them. These are signs of Kufr and Shirk, and this is the peak of evil. So it is never allowed to acknowledge them if you have the power. And this is the ruling for the tombstone which is on the grave which is taken as taghoot, worshipped besides Allah. And it is also the ruling for stones which people go to, to seek barakaah, kissing them and making offerings to them. It is not allowed to leave anything of them on the earth when you have the ability to remove them. A lot of these are at the same level as Lat, Uzza, Manat or are even considered more than these to those people who worship them. Wallahu musta'an." (Zad Al-Ma'ad 3/506)
Why do cruciferous vegetables produce cross-shaped patterns of flowers? Why are cruciferous vegetables one of the only plants on earth where all but a single variety are edible and even that variety is technically edible in small doses? Why are cruciferous vegetables poisonous to most living things but not to humans? Is mustard god's gift to man?
Which is worse crucifixion or rape?
>>812 Islam does not forbid attacking other religions. What is forbidden is insulting the gods of other religions, lest they respond by insulting Allah out of ignorance.

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