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    (Original post by NewMuslim786)
    ??
    Like do u guys do something? a student or work or something like that
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    Like do u guys do something? a student or work or something like that
    I think most of us are students.
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    (Original post by ak143244)
    Yep sure will do.
    Inshallah

    Ameen, ameen.

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    I think most of us are students.
    at universirt?
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    I don't understand that :/
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    (Original post by YouHaveProblems)
    at universirt?
    yep
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    yep
    o okay
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    (Original post by h333)
    BarakAllahu Feeki*
    Isn't what Tawheed said correct as it was the last word in a sentence or clause, so the kasrah doesn't have to be pronounced? :hmmmm:
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    Isn't what Tawheed said correct as it was the last word in a sentence or clause, so the kasrah doesn't have to be pronounced? :hmmmm:
    It depends what you take to be the predisposition of the secondary clause. The pre-clausal context has much more priority over the industrial fallacy in this situation. So you would regard any norms as postulates when expressing the kasrah.
    That's what i know anyway
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    It depends what you take to be the predisposition of the secondary clause. The pre-clausal context has much more priority over the industrial fallacy in this situation. So you would regard any norms as postulates when expressing the kasrah.
    That's what i know anyway
    That was an enlightening read - 8/10, would read again :congrats:
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    Isn't what Tawheed said correct as it was the last word in a sentence or clause, so the kasrah doesn't have to be pronounced? :hmmmm:
    The reason why h333 corrected was bc when replying to a female you add the i (feeki) whereas when speaking to a male it is feek. I hope that is clear. And if I'm wrong then someone correct please.
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    I can't bring myself to believe what I've just read. Seriously. So uneducated.
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    I don't understand that :/
    You don't understand the verse it is so clear though. It was a reminder that Allah is a sufficient protector for those who seek refuge with Him and a Sufficient supporter for those who seek His help.

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    Isn't what Tawheed said correct as it was the last word in a sentence or clause, so the kasrah doesn't have to be pronounced? :hmmmm:
    I have no idea...safe to use it because so many misconceptions lately on here regarding gender

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    This is awkward.
    He was performing wudu?
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    I can't bring myself to believe what I've just read. Seriously. So uneducated.
    Na it's fine. The Muslim population of America is quite small in comparison % wise. Less than the UK etc. I don't blame many americans for not knowing about wudu.
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    This is awkward.
    He was performing wudu?
    Yeh.
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    You don't understand the verse it is so clear though. It was a reminder that Allah is a sufficient protector for those who seek refuge with Him and a Sufficient supporter for those who seek His help.



    I have no idea...safe to use it because so many misconceptions lately on here regarding gender



    This is awkward.
    He was performing wudu?
    Ohh okay. Makes sense now.
    So basically Allah is always there when you need him Subhanallah.
    I just didn't understand those 'big' words. Sorry
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    Yep, mashaAllah. I listened to him reciting everyday during Ramadhan.
    Yeah same. Used to stay up after Fajr just listening to him.

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    syaik aburrahman al aussi.
    this is my favourite one of him especially 4:00-700, sounds so good when the volume is high at that part for some reason
    This one is my favourite too. I have it on replay everyday when I'm revising.
    Check out the translation of the surah. You'll understand why he gets so emotional SubhanAllah.


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    Lol where do you get these things from.

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    Na it's fine. The Muslim population of America is quite small in comparison % wise. Less than the UK etc. I don't blame many americans for not knowing about wudu.
    True.
 
 
 
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