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If a Muslim committed an action that was shirk, if he recites the kalimah again, then he becomes a Muslim again. We are supposed to have hope in the mercy of Allah.

1) does the person get to keep all of his good deeds prior to when he committed the action of shirk (such as zikr, quran recitation, khidmat of parents, sadqah) or have all those good deeds become permanently nullified due to the action of shirk and wiped out of his book of good deeds?

2) if this man has already paid zakat every year prior to when he committed the action of shirk does he need to re-pay the zakat that he has already paid?

3) if this man has already performed his salahs prior to when he committed the action of shirk does he need to do qaza of every salah post-puberty?

4) if this man has already been for the farz Hajj prior to when he committed the action of shirk does he need to go for the farz Hajj again?

5) please explain the ayat:
But if they had joined in worship others with Allah, all that they used to do would have been of no benefit to them (Quran 6:88)

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Asked on December 27, 2015 2:32 pm
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1) There are two broad types of Shirk.
a) Shirk pertaining to belief.
b) Shirk pertaining to action.
-a) will take you out of the fold of Islaam and then upon re-entry into Islaam all previous good will be null and void otherwise not.
2) No.
3) No.
4) Yes.
5) No benefit to them in the Aakhirat.

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Answered on January 10, 2016 1:36 pm