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Maa Kana Wa Mayakoon Ki Tareef Aur Aiteraaz

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ASSALAM O ALAIKUM tamam Musalman bhaio. ALLAH aap sbko dono jahano mein kamyabi de.

 

Bhaio main is forum pe new hun aur mujhe itni ziada deeni knowledge bi nai hai. Aap logon se madad ki iltija hai.

 

Ilm e ghaib se mutaliq pehle hi is forum pe bohat si posts hain isi lye agr mera sawal repeat ho chuka ho to maafi chahta hun, plz mujhe link de den main ye topic delete kr dunga.

 

Mujhe aik deobandi ne ilm e ghaib ki behas mein ye kaha hai k "MAA KANA WA MAYAKOON" ka ilm sirf ALLAH ki zaat e pak k sath hai aur kisi k sath nai.

 

Mujhe "MAA KANA WA MAYAKOON" ka mafhoom bta den aur is aiteraz ka jawab bi de den.

ALLAH aap logon k ilm o amal mein barkat ata frmaye.

 

JAZAKALLAH

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اسلامی ایجوکیشن ڈاٹ کام پر ایک کتاب شہر یار علم کے نام سے موجود ہے ، اس کے چند صفحات حاضر ہیں۔یہ کتاب ڈاءون لوڈ بھی ہوسکتی ہے۔

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