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This write-up throws light on the distinctiveness of Kufr, drawing its reader’s attention to such magic and sorcery related elements, the true
reflections of darkness of lack of Faith, as talismanic rings, belts, hats, stools, horns, clubs, smock, or sandals; magic pomade; traditional, magic eyeliner; magic potion; magic symbols; magic mirror; magic padlock; and magic string.
At the same time, it underscores what it takes to be a Believer, seriously touching on the mirror images of Faith such as Prayer, Fasting, and ‘Zikr’, as well as Charity, Love, Justice, and Patience, with particular reference to the Noble Qur’an and the civilized Traditions of The Prophet (pbuh).
This humble piece is indeed a useful reminder for those who often take delight in confusing Deeds of Kufr such as invocation of spirits and praying to their saints with such Deeds of Faith as Invocation of Allah and praying for, but not to, their saints.