International Journal of Specialized Islamic Studies

Volume 6 - Issue 2 (5) | PP: 129 - 146 Language : العربية

O Allah, grant pardon even to his sons “Is a creed study” Research summary

Badria bint Mohammad Al-Fawzan
Received Date Revised Date Accepted Date Publication Date
3/10/2021 26/10/2021 1/11/2021 10/11/2021
This research is titled "Streptococcal Issues" in the talk of "God and his two sons, forgive" a decadelong study. The text of the Hadith in question contains a number of issues of faith and creed that are the subject of a response to those who deviated from the difference in the concept of faith and the perpetrator of the major sins, highlighting these issues and responding to them according to the belief of the Sunnis , the community highlights of the problem of this study, its importance and the consideration of the controls of faith, atonement, and the treatment of some deviations in the case of the perpetrator of the major sins. This is conducted through the belief of Ahl al-Sunnah and those who disagree with it from the sects through the text of the Prophet’s Hadith according to an analytical and inferential approach represented in “analysis and eliciting” the issues of belief in the text of the Hadith. The research concluded that: contrary to the texts of the Quran and Sunnah and the group of Salaf in their belief in the right of the perpetrator of the major sins, and it is indicative that God did not frustrate the work of those who killed themselves while they are believers and emigrated to the religion of God and his prophet peace be upon him. If they are infidels to frustrate their work, and on this doctrine and agreement of the Sunnis and the Congregation, they do not disbelieve anyone with a sin that they do not solve, so it is necessary to take care of the study of the Prophet's Sunnah to include it in many of faith issues, they are the second source of legislation.

How To Cite This Article
Al-Fawzan , B. b. M. (2021). O Allah, grant pardon even to his sons “Is a creed study” Research summary . International Journal of Specialized Islamic Studies, 6 (2), 129-146,

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