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    (Original post by o0MorseyMan0o)
    I'm fine.....

    whats with the :wtf?:
    :confused:
    You said something about sins... thus the :wtf?:
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    (Original post by A Y A Z)
    Yes Morsey, I can read and write and understand Arabic.
    I do know the difference.
    OK
    sorry for that....
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    (Original post by o0MorseyMan0o)
    OK
    sorry for that....
    But I don't speak Arabic very well
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    (Original post by A Y A Z)
    You said something about sins... thus the :wtf?:
    Ok but you must agree that we all have sins, if not a lot
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    (Original post by A Y A Z)
    But I don't speak Arabic very well
    Practice it... you are in the U.A.E, are you not?
    There try to speak Arabic a lot... i'm guessing that your preferred spoken language is english... so try more of Arabic (at least the accent spoken in U.A.E)
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    (Original post by o0MorseyMan0o)
    Practice it... you are in the U.A.E, are you not?
    There try to speak Arabic a lot... i'm guessing that your preferred spoken language is english... so try more of Arabic (at least the accent spoken in U.A.E)
    I do understand it; but most of my friends prefer English and even Urdu! I can explain my self I need to. But I need a stronger accent.
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    Ok but do something about it now... because the older you get the more difficult your learning will be.
    I remember this saying (I'm not sure if it is a hadith or not) which means that learning at youth is like craving on stone, while learning at older age is like scratching on water.
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    OK salams Ayaz... it has been nice with you, it is hard here in Kuwait to find freinds like you (and yes I consider you my freind )
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    :rofl:

    Cheers bud! :five:
    Hey, vote for your fav. Mod/Mini-mod/Admin in the Chat thread!
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    assalamu alikom,

    How are you doing?

    thanx for welcoming me

    yes o0MorseyMan0o my name does mean a sign, and a verse is a sign as you said, but I like the fact that it is more associated with a Quranic verse in people's minds..

    As for the number of heavens, I am sure beyond doubt that it is unknown. How can it be known to be eight (or any other number) when the prophet (PBUH) himself said that Al Mujahidoun have 100 levels in heaven, and never referred to an exact number of the levels as a whole!

    Would you like me to quote the relevant hadith? I can do that only in Arabic as it is the language I studied Islam in, and I do not have any English references, unfortunately.

    Edit. Sorry I need to go now, will be back in the evening insha'Allah.. please tell me if you still like me to quote the relevant hadith so you can have a look at it..

    salam
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    (Original post by Justintabib)
    strange indeed because I've always been taught there are 8 heavens according to their comforts & provisions ... while there are 7 layers of sky & Allah SWT comes down to the lowest sky every night (during the last portion of the night) to accept our Dua & forgive our sins.
    Yes, that's what i learnt too... Except i learn it as "heavens" and not "skies"
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    Someone should clear this up.
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    (Original post by A Y A Z)
    Someone should clear this up.
    Assalamu Alaikum,
    I'm going to ask a mufti about it.

    Tbh, it doesn't really matter... I have faith that whatever's up there is definitely good enough :p: And Allah (swt) will give me not what i want, but what i truly deserve. 'Nuff said
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    W-Salam Rashid! :five:
    Please let me know when you find out.
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    Ibn Abbas (May Allah be pleased with him) narrates: The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: there are four bounties that if one gets them then he is bestowed with what is the best in this world and the Hereafter: [1] A heart which is thankful [2] A tongue which remembers Allah [3] A body which endures hardship [4] A wife who neither cheats [on her husband and remains chaste] nor squanders [his] wealth. [Taharani]



    When the sun (with its spacious light) is folded up;

    When the stars fall, losing their luster;

    When the mountains vanish (like a mirage);

    When the she-camels, ten months with young, are left untended;

    When the wild beasts are herded together (in the human habitations);

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    For what crime she was killed;

    When the scrolls are laid open;

    When the world on High is unveiled;

    When the Blazing Fire is kindled to fierce heat;

    And when the Garden is brought near;-

    (Then) shall each soul know what it has put forward

    Qur’an; Surah Takwir (The Overthrowing): Ayah(s) 1-14
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    (Original post by The Green Manalishi)
    Assalamu Alaikum,
    I'm going to ask a mufti about it.

    Tbh, it doesn't really matter... I have faith that whatever's up there is definitely good enough :p: And Allah (swt) will give me not what i want, but what i truly deserve. 'Nuff said
    Ask a sheikh, not a Mufti, a Mufti is referred to when something which has not been experienced at the time of the Prophet (saw) requires an islamic solution. But this one does require a sheikh or "Mufassir" to clear up a misunderstanding.
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    (Original post by o0MorseyMan0o)
    Ask a sheikh, not a Mufti, a Mufti is referred to when something which has not been experienced at the time of the Prophet (saw) requires an islamic solution. But this one does require a sheikh or "Mufassir" to clear up a misunderstanding.
    I don't know a sheikh.
 
 
 
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