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Shaykh Navaid Aziz answers

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If a Muslim commits an act of Cofer, then not all their deeds will become null and void. And this is based upon the fact that committing an act of Cofer does not make one a cafard, meaning a disbeliever, there are conditions that have to be met. And there are inhibitors that have to be removed, and only when those things are fulfilled when a person become a disbeliever. So the general ruling is if you commit an act of Cofer, that is sinful, but it does not make you a Kaffir. Now, let's look at the scenario where a person apostates from Islam altogether and they choose to leave Islam. In such a situation, clearly their deeds will become null and void, meaning they will have no

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weight to them on the Day of Judgment, the good deeds that they did, however, from the mercy of Allah subhanho wa Taala. If they were to come back to Islam, with a valid difference of opinion, their deeds would be restored. And this is based upon the concept of the mercy and forgiveness of Allah subhanho wa Taala that it is so vast that Allah subhanaw taala