• hijrah • and • repentance •

Shaykh ul Islam Ibn Taymiyyah (rahimahullah) said,

“The state of a place reflects the state of a person.

It is possible to be sometimes a Muslim and at other times a disbeliever; sometimes sincere and at other times hypocritical; sometimes good and pious and at other times rotten and corrupt.

Thus, a person becomes like the place of his abode.

The migration of a person from a land of disbelief and profanity to one of faith and probity is an expression of repentance and of his turning away from disobedience and perversion to belief and obedience.

This is so until the Day of Resurrection.”

Majmoo’ al-Fataawaa 18/284

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2 Responses to “• hijrah • and • repentance •”

  1. May Says:

    Salaam Ukhti

    I took this to share is that OK?

  2. istiqaamah Says:

    Wa Alaykum As-salaam

    Of course, but if you didn’t already change the spelling of ‘hijrah’ then do so, i just noticed the person who shared it misspelled it.

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