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Penulis: Al Ustadz Zainul Arifin   Saudaraku kaum Muslimin, semoga Allah membimbing kita ke jalan yang lurus (Al Haq), yaitu jalan orang-orang yang diberi nikmat oleh Allah, bukan jalan orang-orang yang dimurkai-Nya dan bukan pula jalan orang-orang yang sesat. Untuk menempuh jalan yang lurus tersebut diharuskan bagi setiap orang untuk berpegang teguh kepada dua hal yang tidak ada padanya keraguan, kesesatan, dan kesalahan, yaitu Al Qur’an da … Read More

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