All the below are thoughts:
1)If a Muslim breaks his Namaaz many times after starting it and then thinks to himself and says in his mind that he won’t break his Namaaz again and if he does break it then it will be kufr or he will become a kaafir but still ends up breaking it and restarting again. Or if he thinks to himself that starting and reading his Namaaz one more time or one last time without breaking it(after he had broken his Namaaz more than once) will not be kufr but he starts and breaks it again. Or if a Muslim thinks to himself that starting and reading his Namaaz without breaking it won’t be kufr but he doesn’t complete his Namaaz and breaks it and then restarts it again. Or if a Muslim thinks to himself that it’s not kufr and won’t be kufr if he reads his Namaaz now but starts and breaks it and restarts his Namaaz many times.
2) If a Muslim thinks in his mind if he starts Namaaz then it will be kufr or it is kufr if he starts Namaaz. Anyway he starts his Namaaz. Does this thinking and doing or any of the above explained cause kufr?
3) And then he thinks in his mind it is not kufr if he starts and reads his Namaaz so he starts and reads his Namaaz but breaks it and restarts again( more than once or once). Or if a Muslim thinks in his mind that he will start Namaaz and it won’t be kufr if he starts and reads Namaaz without breaking it so he starts and reads his Namaaz but breaks it and restarts again. Does this thinking and doing the above or any of the above explained cause kufr?
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