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  1. Women leaving home wearing perfume
  2. Racism
  3. Pickpocketing
  4. Belief in the account





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Imaan bil Hisaab - Belief in the account

Contents > Imaan and Tawheed > Belief in the account

You must believe in divine accountability. Allah says,

“As for him who will be given his record in his right hand, he will say, “Here! Read my record! Surely, I believed that I shall be accounted.” al-Qur’an, Surah al-Haaqqah, 69: 19-20

And,

“But Moses said: “With [Him who is] my Lord as well as your Lord have I indeed found refuge from everyone who, immersed in arrogance, will not believe in [the coming of] the Day of Reckon¬ing (Yawm al-Hisaab)!” al-Qur’an, Surah al-Ghafir, 40:27








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