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Parents forbid children from doing certain activities but parents should also remember that they too are also forbidden from certain acts and actions.
Several of these Hadiths expressly forbid any depiction of the prophet in order to avoid idolatry - the worship of idols.
So, you should hasten to enjoin good and forbid evil during this blessed month, with wisdom and good preaching.
Second, I would forbid all fundraising outside of the district or state represented by the congressman or senator.
1143/1731) reacts strongly to the previous generation's "puritanical reformism" (the Qadizadeli movement) and he criticizes those who forbid wrong for their own ego-driven reasons.
A call to the Tobacco Control Hotline revealed that a bill currently before the City Council would forbid smoking in all commercial office buildings in New York City.
Private groups and individuals can, and regularly do, forbid speech.
This March, the first large-scale testing of a "till forbid" program will begin, when long-time publishing industry consultant Robert Bader starts soliciting subscribers of publications ranging from Golf magazine to Working Woman for his AutoRenew till forbid system.
Supreme Court said that under certain narrow circumstances, the "prior restraint" of speech might be allowed--for example, to forbid publication of information about
A letter from the congregation instructed Vladimiroff to forbid Chittister to attend and speak at the Women's Ordination Worldwide conference last summer in Dublin because of the 1995 Vatican ban on further discussion of the issue of women's ordination.
He has threatened to hold congressional hearings on the matter and has introduced an amendment to a $290 billion defense bill that would forbid Wiccan worship on military bases.
In 1995, the tax agency revoked the church's tax-exempt status, saying it had run afoul of provisions of the IRS Code that forbid non-profit groups from endorsing or opposing candidates for public office.