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When ignorance becomes widespread, sorcerers, soothsayers, devils and so on increase and cooperate with one another

From the excellent book (published by al-ibaanah) The Rules and Etiquettes of Ruqya, by Shaikh Saalih Aalush-Shaikh p.37-39

“When Shaikh Abdullah Al-Qar’aawee(1) came to our region, many people were suffering from illnesses; they were bed-ridden and couldn’t get up.

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Ruqyah

Querying a many to many relationship in SQL

I have the following SQL relationship

user has many games
games has may users

User
----
id |  name | age |
__________________
1  |  mike |  11 |
2  |  jeff |  12 |
3  |  jake |  31 |
4  |  lemd |  81 |

Game
-----
id |  name  | time  |
_____________________
1  |  froyo | 11:10 |
2  |  honey | 12:22 |
3  |  combb | 13:00 |
4  |  lolli | 14:00 |


User_Game
----------
| userid  | game_id |
 ___________________
|   1     |   2     |
|   2     |   2     |
|   3     |   1     |
|   4     |   3     |
|   1     |   2     |
|   2     |   4     |
|   2     |   1     |
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The division of Shirk into Akbar, Asgar and Kafi

Question:

What do you say about the division of Shirk into three parts: Akbar (Major), Asgar (Minor) and Kafi (hidden)?

Answer:

A group from the people of knowledge make this division and that requires examination, the correct opinion however is that shirk is divided into two: 399 more words

Translation

Whoever commits blatant kufr is a kaffir regardless of what he believes

Question: Can a person who insults the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) be denounced as a Kafir merely for speaking that insult, or must he also be shown to believe that his action is permitted? 669 more words

Tawheed

Whoever fulfilled the requirements of Tawheed will enter paradise without a reckoning

Allah says: “Verily, Ibrahim was an Ummah obedient to Allah, Haneefan , and he was not one of the polytheists” (Qur’an 16:120)

Allah informs us in this verse that His Messenger, Ibrahim (as) was a leader in religion, a teacher of goodness, always humble and obedient to his Rabb; and that he rejected Shirk, in all its manifestations and devoted himself exclusively to the worship of Allah, alone, without falling into Shirk, either in word, deed or belief. 1,814 more words

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