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  • In Islam, will the sins of a killer or rapist who becomes a Muslim be forgiven?
    5529 Laws and Jurisprudence
    In Islam, there are rules regarding a disbeliever who chooses Islam as his religion. An example of this is that if one shirks the rights of Allah, not performing obligatory actions or performing forbidden ones, he will be forgiven. 
  • Is it haram to consume industrial alcohol? What is ruling on taking narcotics?
    4116 مواد مخدر
    The responses of the grand maraji’ to your question are as follows: The office of the Grand Ayatullah Sistani (may Allah prolong his life): 1. Alcohol is intoxicating and its consumption impermissible. 2. It is haram. 3. If it ...
  • In Islam can we confess our sins to another person?
    16746 Theoretical
    In the religion of Islam nobody has the permission to disclose their sins (small or big) and unveil their secrets to anybody. The reason why is, to begin with, man’s honor and respect is so valued and significant he should only confess to his lord ...
  • What is religion?
    6392 Philosophy of Religion
    Many different viewpoints and details have been presented regarding the explanation of religion by Westerners. In the holy Quran, the word “din” (religion) has been used for two meanings: 1- Any type of belief in an unseen power, regardless of whether such a belief is right or not: ...
  • How is possible to ward off bad thoughts and improve my relationship with God?
    5695 Practical
    The relationship is always mutual. Our relationship with God is sometimes severed and cut off or tend to become weak; but He is always and everywhere with us. God, the Exalted say, "And He is with you wheresoever ye may be. And Allah sees well all that ...
  • Do we have more than one “nafsul-amr” religion?
    3801 Philosophy of Religion
    Both what our minds and intellects and what the Quran and hadiths say are good proof that all humans are common in the “gem of humanity” that they possess (meaning that they have the potential of reaching high stages of nearness to God and perfection). Therefore, the “nafsul-amr” ...
  • Is the term "Bridge of Sirat" mentioned in the Quran?
    12982 Quranic Studies
    Although the term the "Bridge of Sirat" hasn’t been used in the Quran, it has been mentioned in hadiths and traditions. For example Imam Sadiq (as) has mentioned this term while explaining the word "mirsad" in verse 14 of Surah Fajr, saying that it is a bridge that ...
  • The Creation of Iblis
    5271 Traditional
    This question doesn’t have a brief answer. Please click on the detailed answer. ...
  • Is it permissible for a woman to dance in a wedding?
    4152 Laws and Jurisprudence
    There is no doubt that it is forbidden for a woman to dance for men.[1] As for a woman's dancing for women in parties or weddings which are not likely to be frequented by men, the opinions of the grand jurists are as ...
  • From the Islamic and Shi’a point of view, where exactly does man have free will in?
    4199 Traditional
    Islamic texts (the ahadith and the Quran) clearly stipulate that man has free will. This does not mean that man has complete freedom and no other power or factor limits his will. Man has control over his own acts and can decide with free will ...