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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureHolidaysRamadan · 2 months ago

I've commited zinna multiple times and i want to receive the hadd islamic punishment for my filthy actions what do i do? Muslims only?

I live in the UK and I've commited zinna multiple times more than i can remember and i want to receive the full hadd islamic punishment for my filthy actions so i can feel some remorse and some sense of wellbeing again. Ever since my first time I've become insane. I don't think the same and i certainly don't feel the same. I just want to get this punishment over and done with so i can feel like Allah has forgiven me and perhaps feel like i have been cleansed. I used to be such a shy guy before all of this and i miss being that person. I never knew how happy i was back then until now when i look back. I feel extremely depressed right now and i feel like no pill or material objects will make me better period. I feel like my life has been wasted on my desires. I sincerely want my life back and I'll do anything for Allah to love me again. I'll take the lashes. I'm not married and i never have been. So what do i do? I only want muslims to answer this question please. No one else, thank you. Kind regards. Faizal. 

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    2 months ago
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    Asking forgiveness of God is sufficient in Islam. He is most Merciful and Forgiving. 

  • 1 month ago

    Believe it or not, there was a very similar story of a man who committed Zina, and what he soon did! He was in the

    exact

     same state as yours, and he ended up going to Jannah!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4HuTJaxC6s

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