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Nightloses
10-09-2018, 09:04 PM
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Does it make me a kafir if I want to change a view like a There are People who believe that who even leaves the salah is a non muslim , and others I think believe that the one who does not pray is not a kafir.

Does it make me a kafir if I change view of believing that who ever leaves the salah is a non muslim to the view that says that a person that doesnt pray is still a muslim?

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Alamgir
10-09-2018, 10:48 PM
Originally Posted by Nightloses
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Does it make me a kafir if I want to change a view like a There are People who believe that who even leaves the salah is a non muslim , and others I think believe that the one who does not pray is not a kafir.

Does it make me a kafir if I change view of believing that who ever leaves the salah is a non muslim to the view that says that a person that doesnt pray is still a muslim?

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As'salamu Alaik'um

No and no.

I'd also like to know the reasons for your opinion.
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Nightloses
10-09-2018, 11:14 PM
I used to be with the view that Who a person does not pray is still a Muslim but then I changed because the other view has evidence of who ever leaves the salah is not a Muslim.
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azc
10-10-2018, 01:11 AM
Originally Posted by Nightloses
I used to be with the view that Who a person does not pray is still a Muslim but then I changed because the other view has evidence of who ever leaves the salah is not a Muslim.
https://islamqa.org/hanafi/seekersgu...0%2C2187659425

Does Neglecting the Prayer Entail Disbelief? - IslamQA
Answered by Shaykh Faraz A. Khan Question: Is it true that all Imams of the Muslims agree upon, that if someone does not pray continuously and fails to...
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