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Aslaamualaikum
Jazakallah for the fatwa to Question ID: 20047 (copied and pasted below). You wrote :
‘Then we will make the same interpretation in order to keep him within the fold of Islaam.’

We sincerely apologize for our weak understanding but what does your reply mean, does it mean he is not a kaafir?
Jazakallah
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Question ID: 20047
Aslaamualaikum
Jazakallah for the reply to the last question ID :19895 (copied and pasted below). I have a question about it.)
What If the Muslim happens to verbally say the following in a conversation without intention of kufr:“following all rules and rulings of Islam is too hard or gets too hard or following rules of Islam properly is too hard or some rules of Islam are too hard.”
Does this verbal saying make him a kaafir?jazakallah

Answer to question ID : 20047
Then we will make the same interpretation in order to keep him within the fold of Islaam.
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Question ID: 19895
Aslaamualaikum
Dear Mufti Sahib. Please shed some light on the following.
1) if a Muslim verbally says: ‘following all rules and rulings of Islam is too hard or gets too hard or following rules of Islam properly is too hard or some rules of Islam are too hard.’
Does the above verbal sayings cause kufr?
Jazakalah khairan
Answer:
Perhaps he means due to his physical disposition at times, he feels so, then no Kufr.
But if he thinks and believes that Allaah has given a ‘hard’ Shariah then it will tantamount to Kufr.

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Asked on June 19, 2016 12:32 pm
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Yes, he is not a Kaafir.

Do you want us to declare him a Kaafir?

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Answered on June 21, 2016 10:05 pm