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    Ruling on deliberately uttering the word of divorce in a program for treating OCD

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    A separation issued affected by waswasah (whispers from the Shaytaan) or sihr (enchantment, witchcraft) does not consider such, inasmuch as the person who expressed it didn't plan it as such and might have been, somewhat, constrained to do as such, on the grounds that there is no separation at the season of compulsion. Ibn Maajah (2046) described from 'Aa'ishah that the Messenger of Allah (favors and tranquility of Allah arrive) stated: "There is no separation and no manumission at the season of intimidation." The hadith was classed as hasan by al-Albaani.


    Al-Bukhaari incorporated a section heading in his Saheeh: Divorce on account of pressure and impulse, or articulated by one who is smashed or crazy, or who expressed the expression of separation or expressions of evade and so forth by botch or out of absent mindedness, on the grounds that the Prophet (gifts and tranquility of Allah arrive) stated: " Actions are yet by aims, and every individual will have however that which he expected." Ash-Sha'bi discussed the verse (elucidation of the signifying): "Rebuff us not on the off chance that we overlook or fall into mistake" [al-Baqarah 2:286]. What's more, what isn't substantial of affirmation (of wrongdoing or wrongdoing) with respect to one who is influenced by waswasah. The Prophet (gifts and tranquility of Allah arrive) said to one who conceded an offense: "Are you crazy?" 'Uqbah ibn 'Aamir stated: The separation of one who is influenced by waswasah does not consider such. End quote.


    Intimidation incorporates being constrained or constrained, being ignorant of what one is stating, and when one doesn't mean what one says. This could occur with the individuals who are influenced by waswasah and sihr, and to some of the individuals who are experiencing melancholy, as one of them could issue the expression of separation without expecting to or needing to, and could even get himself constrained to absolute the expression of separation and unfit to quiet down until the point that he articulates that word. In such cases, the separation does not consider such.


    Al-Bahooti (may Allah show benevolence toward him) stated: Shaykh [Ibn Taymiyah] stated: If the sihr has had such an extraordinary effect, to the point that he doesn't realize what he is stating, at that point his separation does not consider such.

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    Physical action is an essential part of faith without which faith is not sound

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    What is shown by the Qur'an and Sunnah, and the honorable early ages are settled upon this, is confidence comprises of the two words and deeds, and may increment and abatement; there is no confidence unless it is joined by activities, similarly as there is no confidence unless it is joined by words. So confidence isn't legitimate unless both are available together. This is an issue that is referred to Ahl as-Sunnah. Concerning the view that activity is something required for the flawlessness of confidence, this is the perspective of the Ash'aris and others like them; it is notable that the perspective of the Ash'aris with respect to confidence (eemaan) is one of the thoughts of the Murji'ah.


    Fiery debris Shaafa'i (may Allah show kindness toward him) stated: The accord of the Sahaabah and Taabi'een, and the individuals who came after them, and our counterparts, is that confidence comprises of words, deeds and goals, and none of the three is substantial aside from with the others.


    End quote from Sharh Usool I'tiqaad Ahl as-Sunnah by al-Laalkaa'i (5/956); Majmoo' al-Fataawa (7/209).


    Al-Aajurri (may Allah show leniency toward him) stated:


    You ought to comprehend – may Allah show leniency toward us and you – that the perspective of the Muslim researchers is that confidence is required for all individuals, and it comprises of faith in the heart, confirmation on the tongue, and physical activities (exemplary deeds).


    Besides, you ought to comprehend that having information and confidence in the heart isn't adequate unless it is joined by verbal attestation of confidence, and learning in the heart and verbal confirmation are not legitimate unless they are joined by physical activity (honorable deeds). Once a man consolidates these three qualities, at that point he is an adherent. This is demonstrated by the Qur'an and Sunnah, and the perspectives of the Muslim researchers.


    Al-Bukhaari incorporated a section heading in his Saheeh: Divorce on account of pressure and impulse, or articulated by one who is tanked or crazy, or who expressed the expression of separation or expressions of avoid and so forth by botch or out of carelessness, on the grounds that the Prophet (gifts and tranquility of Allah arrive) stated: " Actions are yet by expectations, and every individual will have yet that which he planned." Ash-Sha'bi presented the verse (elucidation of the signifying): "Rebuff us not in the event that we overlook or fall into mistake" [al-Baqarah 2:286]. Also, what isn't legitimate of confirmation (of wrongdoing or wrongdoing) with respect to one who is influenced by waswasah. The Prophet (endowments and tranquility of Allah arrive) said to one who conceded an offense: "Are you crazy?" 'Uqbah ibn 'Aamir stated: The separation of one who is influenced by waswasah does not consider such. End quote.


    Pressure incorporates being constrained or constrained, being unconscious of what one is stating, and when one doesn't mean what one says. This could occur with the individuals who are influenced by waswasah and sihr, and to some of the individuals who are experiencing sadness, as one of them could issue the expression of separation without expecting to or needing to, and could even get himself constrained to absolute the expression of separation and unfit to quiet down until the point when he articulates that word. In such cases, the separation does not consider such.


    Al-Bahooti (may Allah show kindness toward him) stated: Shaykh [Ibn Taymiyah] stated: If the sihr has had such an extraordinary effect, to the point that he doesn't comprehend what he is stating, at that point his separation does not consider such.

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    Ruling on selling a game account with its points and levels

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    In the event that the amusement is free of things that are in opposition to Islamic educating, for example, false convictions, music and revolting pictures – and it is far-fetched this is the situation – then there is nothing amiss with playing it and offering your record in it, in light of the fact that the essential standard is that it is admissible to offer anything that is allowable and known to be advantageous, in spite of the fact that it is better not to be included with these diversions, particularly for anybody past the phase of adolescence, since they are an exercise in futility, which we have been ordered to make great utilization of; additionally, we are adding to squandering other individuals' opportunity when we pitch these recreations to them.

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