I am twenty-eight years old and have a new baby boy who is four months old now. Six weeks after the baby was born he needed to have surgery and I almost lost him. Ever since I am so scared I am going to lose him again. I am a practicing Muslim I pray, fast and do my duties as a Muslim. I am not perfect but I am trying. My question is how I…
Can a Muslim use word "sinner" for another Muslims? Did the Prophet (sws) use this word for any non-Muslim or Muslim? Can a son called his father "sinner" if he thinks he did not take enough care of his mother when she was sick. Or he got married after his mother died.
Allah is full of Mercy. Allah is Mercy in Absolute Term. No one who asks him for forgiveness, will He turn down. Absolutely, Allah is Mercy Perfect, and Mercy Absolute.
I have a question about Adam and Eve. Both were the first human created by Allah Almighty. Both were the closest to Allah, as they were the parents of the human beings communicating with Allah directly. Have you ever wondered when Adam and Eve committed such…
I have always read that all the prophets of Allah are perfect people who do not sin. While I do not believe in the Torah version of events, I thought, all prophets were people who must have committed mistakes and misjudgments (political, religious or social) here and there, which God corrected immediately and forgave them for.
What is sin and what is difference between sin and crime?
If a person who has committed fornication is not convicted by the court can he marry a chaste woman? Is a married adulterer allowed to live with his wife while nobody knows about his crime?
In the translation of the Ayah 33 of Surah 7, where Allah (SWT) mentions the things which are absolutely Haram, Mr. Ghamidi translates the Arabic word
"ism" as "Haq Talfee" (usurping of rights). Most other translators translate it as "sin", such as Maududi, Muhammad Junagarih, and even Sahih International to name a few. Could you please elaborate the basis of why Mr. Ghamidi translates "ism" as infringement of rights, and not sin as other scholars have done so?