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Is Shafa’ah (Intercession) Right?

Shafa’ah means our Prophet’s making dua for His Ummah and His request to Allah (swt) so that His Ummah is forgiven in the Day of Judgment. 2.26.2012 11:47

Kalima-I Shahadah Is a Means of Intercession

3.24.2011 23:22


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