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QUIZ: What does the term Iqtinaa` at-Tasaaweer wat-Tamaatheel mean?

  1. Reconciliation
  2. Statues
  3. Denouncing your child
  4. Going to Palm Readers





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Iqtinaa' at-Tasaaweer wat-Tamaatheel - Statues

Contents > Personal Matters > Statues

You must know not to possess statues or idols. Abu Talhah (ra) narrated that the Prophet (saw) said,

“The angels will never enter a house where there is an idol or a dog.” Saheeh al-Bukhari and Saheeh al-Muslim

And Ali (ra) said,

“Shall I not send you on a mission like the one the Messenger of Allah sent me on? ‘That you do not leave any statue of a living creature without defacing it or any raised grave without levelling it.” Saheeh al-Muslim








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