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  1. حرمت کے مہینے جنہیں اشہر الحرم بھی کہا جاتا ہے۔ اسلامی قمری کیلنڈر میں چار مہینے ہیں محرم، رجب، ذوالقعدہ اور ذوالحجہ۔ان مہینوں کو مقدس سمجھا جاتا ہے اور اسلام کی امد سے پہلے بھی ان کا احترام کیا جاتا تھا

    حرمت کے مہینے جنہیں اشہر الحرم بھی کہا جاتا ہے۔ اسلامی قمری کیلنڈر میں چار مہینے ہیں محرم، رجب، ذوالقعدہ اور ذوالحجہ۔ان مہینوں کو مقدس سمجھا جاتا ہے اور اسلام کی امد سے پہلے بھی ان کا احترام کیا جاتا تھا

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    Witch hunting is the process of searching for people who are believed to be witches or magical users to either punish or get rid of them. Back in the time witch hunts were the result of the people's fear or paranoia about witchcraft, usually because of the religious, cultural, or political reasons.Read more

    Witch hunting is the process of searching for people who are believed to be witches or magical users to either punish or get rid of them. Back in the time witch hunts were the result of the people’s fear or paranoia about witchcraft, usually because of the religious, cultural, or political reasons.

    A notable instance of that was the European witch hunt from the 1400s to 1700s. During this period, hundreds of people, primarily women, were suspected of witchcraft and tragically executed. These accusations were usually created by rumors, superstitions, or personal grudges which were not supported by facts.

    Witch hunts usually follow a pattern: At first, one gets accused then there is an investigation, a trial (often, unfair), and then the punishment, which in most cases means public humiliation, prison, torture, or even death. There were the allegations of witchcraft which were supposedly used as a weapon against those groups who were the ones already having a hard time in society.

    At present, the term “witch hunt” is used to denote the unfair or hysterical attacks on individuals or groups, usually for political causes, without any solid proof of the crime. This is a result of the past witch hunts which were the periods of mass paranoia and unfairness.

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  1. بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم The Holy Kabbah has been constructed a few times throughout history. It was first built my father of humanity, Adam (As). It was destroyed by the great flood in time of Noah (As) then built my Ibrahim and Ismail (As).

    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

    The Holy Kabbah has been constructed a few times throughout history.

    It was first built my father of humanity, Adam (As). It was destroyed by the great flood in time of Noah (As) then built my Ibrahim and Ismail (As).

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    The Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) was born in the city of Makkah, which is located in present day Saudi Arabia. It is said that Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) was born in a chosen place which is commonly known as “Baytullah” (the house of Allah). Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) date of birth is generally accepted toRead more

    The Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) was born in the city of Makkah, which is located in present day Saudi Arabia. It is said that Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) was born in a chosen place which is commonly known as “Baytullah” (the house of Allah).

    Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) date of birth is generally accepted to be Monday 12th Rabiul Awwal. Even some Islamic sects believe that 12th Rabiul Awwal is not the right date of birth. But now 12th Rabiul Awwal is celebrated across the world as Eid Milad-un-Nabi (The Prophet’s Birth). Which marks the birthday celebration of The Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W).

    At the time of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) birth, there were very few people living around Makkah. But this small town became popular not only in Arabia but also globally due to its religious attachment with Islam and its deep history dating back to thousands of years before Islam.

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  1. Hazrat Adam and his wife Hazrat Hawa were seduced and deceived by Iblis and ate the fruit of this forbidden tree. And consider this work as a means of nearness to God This tree was a well-known and defined tree among the trees of Paradise, Hazrat Adam was also aware of it, so there is no benefit inRead more

    Hazrat Adam and his wife Hazrat Hawa were seduced and deceived by Iblis and ate the fruit of this forbidden tree. And consider this work as a means of nearness to God
    This tree was a well-known and defined tree among the trees of Paradise, Hazrat Adam was also aware of it, so there is no benefit in trying to determine it
    If Hazrat Adam (peace be upon him) forgot to eat the fruit of this tree
    And this is right, because it was mentioned in the Holy Quran that if you forgot to eat, then going to eat by forgetting is not a violation, but an error of ijtihad.

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  1. There are many sayings about the tree that Adam and Eve were forbidden to eat, the famous one is that it was wheat, one is about grapes, and there are also other sayings about figs, camphor, etc. But this tree is not defined by the Holy Quran and its determination is not mentioned in any authentic hRead more

    There are many sayings about the tree that Adam and Eve were forbidden to eat, the famous one is that it was wheat, one is about grapes, and there are also other sayings about figs, camphor, etc. But this tree is not defined by the Holy Quran and its determination is not mentioned in any authentic hadith, so according to the commentators, the best explanation is that what the Quran and hadith have left ambiguous, there is no need to define it. Rather, Allah knows best which tree it was. Also, no action or success of ours is suspended on the determination of this tree, therefore we are not obliged to do this effort. The aspects that are useful for our advice and guidance in the stories of the Prophets, peace be upon them, have been described in the Holy Quran.

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