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If someone commited a sin and has asked god for foregiveness but then after a while he has commited the same sin again. But this time he really wants to stop it. He thinks about it and he says to himself he is going to stop. When he stops and doesn't commit it, do all the sins go away?

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Allah will not forgive to those who worship Allah with anyone, but He may forgive any one who commit any other sins.

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ask this site the answer is always complete they bac up with quran and sahih hadit, i tried so... :abdul-----no advertising. If you have got permission from any part of staff, I will restore this post. Thank you.

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