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He further said that that in UK and other developed countries there is not taxation on food items and even in Pakistan the Agriculture sector is expiated from tax.
He paid the price and imputed our sins to himself, and of his own free will washed them away and expiated them.
Our argument (hujja) for that (74) is the statement of the Prophet, may Allah bless and give him peace, "Among the sins are sins that cannot be expiated (yukaffir) (even) by fasting and prayer (al-salat).
One just rolled back home with a heavy groan that sank one's heart lower and lower towards the area below one's belt-a groan from a deep pain which could only be partially expiated with loads of cold beer.
Thus, fasting is considered an expiation according to the Hadeeth narrated on the authority of Huthayfah (radhiallah 'anhu) in which the Prophet (sallallhu 'alaihi wa sallam) said: "The afflictions caused for man via his wife, money and neighbour are expiated by his prayers, fasting and charity.
Therefore, abundant evidence suggests that a 'bed-pose' or khatviiriga would most appropriately be used as a symbol in a ritual penance when the crime being expiated somehow involves sexual misconduct.
Ian Bell and Troughton added 68 in 15 overs and although Bell (55, 71 balls, five fours) was run out after a poor call from Maddy, the former captain expiated his error by seeing the Bears to victory.
In Matthew 12:32, Jesus himself refers to sin that "will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come': Thus implies, along with 2 Maccabees, that the temporal punishment due to sin can be expiated after death.
However, the prophet promises that if Israel will reject its callousness and apostasy, By this shall the iniquity of Jacob be expiated.
From that period to the time he expiated his crime on the scaffold, this human monster [Lynch] committed fourteen murders, and subsequently acknowledged his guilt in the one of which he was acquitted, when the prisoner's testimony was required.
Pedophiles are convenient scapegoats: each time one is caught, whether guilty or not, everybody's social sins are expiated.