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    this book talk about definition of debate and its objectives; then describe briefly the causes of differences of opinion among people. After that, it will discuss the main principles and rules of debate. and conclude with the moral guidelines of debate.

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    this book talk about definition of debate and its objectives; then describe briefly the causes of differences of opinion among people. After that, it will discuss the main principles and rules of debate. and conclude with the moral guidelines of debate., and containing the following elements: 1) Introduction to debate and its objectives. 2) The cause of differences in opinion between people. 3) A total explanation of rules of debate and its principles. 4) The explanation of its rules and characteristics.

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    In this book brother Mirza devotes a chapter to what is forbidden and disliked from speech, such as backbiting, gossiping, and slander. So he brings the evidences from the Qur’aan and Sunnah on the obligation of guarding the tongue from evil speech.

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    Lecturer : Salim Morgan

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    In Islam some things are permissible and some are forbidden such as backbiting, gossiping, and slander. The writer gave evidences from the Qur’aan and Sunnah on backbiting, gossiping and so on...

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    Before you is a chapter from the great book "Al-Adhkaar" of the Imam and great scholar of the seventh century, Abu Zakariyyah Yahya ibn Sharaf an-Nawawi. The chapter is entitled "Hifdh-ul-Lisaan" or "Guarding the Tongue." The original source, "Al-Adhkaar," is one of the prize works of Imam an-Nawawi in which he compiles and discusses the texts related to what is recommended and forbidden from speech, focusing on al-adhkaar (words of remembrance) and al-ad’iyah (supplications). In the last part of the book, as he explains, Imam an-Nawawi devotes a chapter to what is forbidden and disliked from speech, such as backbiting, gossiping, and slander. So he brings the evidences from the Qur’aan and Sunnah on the obligation of guarding the tongue from evil speech. This great work was checked and verified by Shaikh Saleem ibn ’Eed al-Hilaali and printed in two volumes. In his verification, Shaikh Saleem provides a grading for each hadeeth as well as a discussion about the reason for the hadeeth’s authenticity or weakness. Due to a desire to make the e-book a source of easy reading and benefit, the verification of hadeeths have been limited to just the grade that Shaikh Saleem al-Hilaali has provided and the references of the hadeeth sources they can be found in, while abridging his discussions of certain hadeeths in some places.

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    A fatwa shows the ruling on finding pleasure in one’s wife through talking to her (audio and visual) over the Internet, and the ruling on masturbating during that chat.

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    Allah (SWA) has blessed on his people with many things from those he gave Tongue. The main causes to throw people in the Fire of Hell is the evil reaping of the tongue, because with this one part of the body (i.e.the tongue) a person can indulge in more sin than with any other part. With it they can destroy all their good deeds. So if we can restrain the tongue, we will succeed in this World and in Hereafter.

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    Lecturer : Farq Qassim Aanoz Reviewing : Eko Harento Abu Zaid

    The obligation of guarding the tongue as it is one of the graces of Allah on His slaves and guarding it is the reason of the safety of the slave in this world and the hereafter.Also it is a sign of the faith of the slave as the sincere slave utters only what is good to win the contentment of Allah .

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    I’m not lying, I’m only joking.

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    The tongue is a double-edged sword so the person should guard it from diseases which destroy it

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    Limitations of fun in Islam as narrated from the Messenger (peace be upon him), the Companions and the righteous predecessors.

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    Various Prohibitions regarding Speech.

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