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Question Summary:
Is there any ibadah (such as salatul tasbeeh, fasting on day of arafat, etc) that can be done to be forgiven of a major sin and not just a minor sin?

Question Detail:

2) I want to keep a fist-length beard but my non-muslim parents insist I trim it shorter. Do they have this right over me? - please advice.

Answer :

1. In principle, it is necessary to make sincere Tawbah (repent) from major

sins. In order for a major sin to be forgiven, one must sincerely repent

(make Tawbah) by regretting committing the sin and making a firm conviction

never to repeat the sin. If one is sincere, Allah is Tawwaab (most

forgiving)

2. Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) said, 'There is no obedience of

any creation in the disobedience of Allah. To trim the beard lesser than the

span of a fist is not permissible. You should display good character before

your parents and apply wisdom and diplomacy in keeping a Sunnah beard.



and Allah Ta'ala Knows Best



Mufti Ebrahim Desai

FATWA DEPT.

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