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Mar 3, 2012
Why didn't Islam prohibit slavery by a ruling like Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation?

Truthfully, if we want to talk about this issue, we have to talk about how slavery was banned in America.
Abraham Lincoln was one of the great presidents of America who issued the Emancipation proclamation in 1863 to abolish slavery. It freed 4 million black slaves which led to quake the society. This resulted in a civil war that lasted for 5 years and left 500,000 dead and 500,000 injured. And one million out of four died out of sick or hunger for they could not afford themselves.
Later in 1865, The Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution outlaws slavery and involuntary servitude, except as punishment for a crime.
Then number of amendments granted the slaves citizenship and right to vote, but it was not applied.
In 1879, in what known as Kansas exodus, the United States witnessed a mass immigration of the black Americans who escaped discrimination.
In 1896 the Racial segregation was applied.
The years between 1945 and 1970 witnessed a lot of struggles and civil movements.
Despite all these efforts, racism still exists in the United States till nowadays.

Slavery exists nowadays in various countries in many forms (women - children trafficking - legalizing prostitution - the red light districts are prevalent in USA, some European & Far East countries - illegal trade of human organs)

So, it is apparent that solving issues which are so ingrained in society in such an abrupt manner can have several adverse effects. As we see that 150 years after the abolition of slavery, Black people still could not sit next to white people on public buses.
This is because of the way Mrs. Lincoln and his followers fixed the problem of slavery. He did not realize that slavery is just a symptom, while the disease itself is Racism. And this is the most dangerous thing, treating the symptom instead of treating the disease itself.

On the contrary, Islam offered the right solution for the problem of slavery. It took drastic measures and radical solution to uproot racism which was a social malady. At the same time, Islam got rid of slavery in a gradual manner, without shaking the foundation of society. This is why we have no slaves, but in America there are still because they have racism.
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The measures of Islam to eradicate racism and abolish slavery:

• It grantes paradise to whoever frees a slave. Allah said “and what will make you know the path that steep?(it is) freeing a neck (slave etc.)" ( Qur'an 90:11-13)
• One of the ways of spending zakat (alms-giving) is by freeing slaves. “Alms are for the poor and the needy and those employed to administer the (funds) : for those whose hearts have been (recently) reconciled (to truth); for those in bondage and in dept; in cause of Allah; and for way farerthus is it) ordained by Allah, and Allah is full of knowledge and wisdom”. (Qur'an 9:60)
• Emancipation of slaves was also the legally required expiation for certain sins or failures in religious duties, for example, the breaking of an oath or the breaking of a fast.
• Freeing a slave is required also in the accidental killing, ‘it is not for a believer to kill a believer except (that it be) by mistake, and whosoever kills a believer by mistake (it is ordained that) he must set free a believing slave’. (Qur'an 4: 92). This form of atonement is critical as it means that, in Islam, freedom is equal to life. You took the life of someone, so you have to give freedom to someone else.

• The most beautiful way Islam employed to free slaves is called ‘the emancipation agreement’ or ‘the master-slave agreement’. It is Islamic innovation that was made to free slaves and to make the master and slave sit together at one table and be able to write contracts with one another.
• Islam showed that the master should be the first one help the slave obtain his own freedom and that he should put the first payment as a gift. God, the Exalted, says(what means):“and such of your slaves as seek a writing (of emancipation), give them such writing, if you know that they are good and trustworthy. And give them something yourselves out of the wealth of Allah which He has bestowed upon you”. (Qur'an 24:33)

These measures of Islam are signals for the masters that this slavery is about to end. So, free the slaves you have and do not buy any new ones. If you want slaves, they have to wear the same clothes that you wear. They have to eat the same food that you eat. And if you beat your servant he is automatically free.
Who would want to own a slave that way?!

Now it is obvious how Islam solved the problem of slavery by this unique, unprecedented, matchless, remedy that was prescribed by God, the All- knowing, the Wise.
نا أريد إعتناق الاسلام ولكن ؟ يوشع ايفانز مترجم

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Mar 3, 2012
Slavery in Islam is INHIBITED not prohibited
Not forbidden by a law but by: man's conscience, free will, strong determination to attain expiation or purification from sins or craving desire to please God, the Exalted, and an overwhelming ambition to enter paradise.
Unlike Christianity, racism in Islam is the ORIGINAL sin .Racial discrimination motivated Satan to disobey God's Commandment to prostrate to Adam. God, the Exalted, says (what means):

"And We created you, then fashioned you, then told the angels: Fall ye prostrate before Adam! And they fell prostrate, all save Iblis, who was not of those who make prostration. He said: What hindered thee that thou didst not fall prostrate when I bade thee ? (Satan) said: I am better than him. Thou createdst me of fire while him Thou didst create of mud.He said: Then go down hence! It is not for thee to show pride here, so go forth! Lo! thou art of those degraded."(Qur'an 7:11-13)
Consequently, all Islamic countries are free from any form of slavery.This indicates how Islam, remedied slavery without causing any loss

May God guide us all to His True path.

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Mar 3, 2012
Why are non-Muslims not allowed in the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah?


It is true that non-Muslims are not allowed in the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah, by law. The following points will serve to elucidate the possible reasoning behind such a restriction.

1. All citizens are not permitted in the cantonment area
In every country, there are certain areas where a common citizen of that country cannot enter. Only a citizen who is enrolled in the military or those who are connected with the defense of the country are allowed in the cantonment area. Similarly, Islam is a Universal Religion for the entire world and for all human beings. The cantonment areas of Islam are the two holy cities of Makkah and Madinah.
Here only those who believe in Islam and are involved in the defense of Islam i.e. the Muslims are allowed.

It would be illogical for a common citizen to object to the restriction on entering a cantonment area. Similarly it is not appropriate for non-Muslims to object to the restriction on non-Muslims against entering Makkah and Madinah.

2. Visa to enter Makkah and Madinah

a. Whenever a person travels to a foreign country, he has to first apply for a visa i.e. the permission to enter that country. Every country has its own rules, regulations and requirements for issuing a visa. Unless their criteria are met, they will not issue a visa.

b. One of the countries which is very strict in issuing a visa is the United States of America, especially when issuing visas to citizens of the third world. They have several conditions and requirements to be fulfilled before they issue a visa.

c. When I visited Singapore, it was mentioned on their immigration form - death to drug traffickers. If I want to visit Singapore I have to abide by the rules. I cannot say that death penalty is a barbaric punishment. Only if I agree with their requirements and conditions will I be permitted to enter the country.

d. The Visa The primary condition required for any human being to enter Makkah or Madina is to say with his lips, La ila ha illallahMuhammedurRasulullah meaning that there is no God but Allah and Muhammed (pbuh) is His Messenger.

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قذائف الحق! هاشم في حوار مع مسيحيين الجزء الأول

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Was ist dein Lebensinhalt? Was ist der Grund für unser Leben? Warum leben wir in diesem Leben? Diese Fragen faszinieren häufig Menschen, die versuchen, genaue Antworten zu finden.

Menschen geben unterschiedliche Antworten auf diese Fragen. Manche Menschen glauben, der Zweck des Lebens sei es, Wohlstand anzuhäufen. Aber man mag sich fragen: Was ist der Sinn des Lebens, nachdem man riesige Geldsummen gesammelt hat? Was dann? Was wird der Zweck sein, sobald Geld gesammelt wurde? Wenn der Zweck des Lebens darin besteht, Geld zu verdienen, wird es keinen Zweck geben, nachdem man reich geworden ist. Und tatsächlich liegt hier das Problem einiger Ungläubiger oder Ungläubiger in einem bestimmten Stadium ihres Lebens, in dem das Sammeln von Geld das Ziel ihres Lebens ist. Wenn sie das Geld gesammelt haben, von dem sie geträumt haben, verliert ihr Leben seinen Zweck. Sie leiden unter der Panik des Nichts und leben in Anspannung und Unruhe.

Kann Reichtum ein Ziel sein?

Wir hören oft von einem Millionär, der Selbstmord begeht, manchmal nicht von dem Millionär selbst, sondern von seiner Frau, seinem Sohn oder seiner Tochter. Die Frage, die sich stellt, ist: Kann Reichtum das Leben glücklich machen? In den meisten Fällen lautet die Antwort NEIN. Ist der Zweck, Reichtum zu sammeln, ein ständiger Zweck? Wie wir wissen, sucht das fünfjährige Kind keinen Reichtum: Ein Spielzeug für ihn entspricht einer Million Dollar. Der achtzehnjährige Jugendliche träumt nicht von Wohlstand, weil er mit wichtigeren Dingen beschäftigt ist. Der neunzigjährige Mann kümmert sich nicht um Geld; Er macht sich mehr Sorgen um seine Gesundheit. Dies beweist, dass Reichtum nicht in allen Lebensphasen des Einzelnen ein ständiger Zweck sein kann.

Reichtum kann einem Ungläubigen wenig Glück bringen, da er sich über sein Schicksal nicht sicher ist. Ein Ungläubiger kennt den Sinn des Lebens nicht. Und wenn er einen Zweck hat, ist dieser Zweck dazu verdammt, vorübergehend oder selbstzerstörerisch zu sein.

Was nützt der Reichtum einem Ungläubigen, wenn er Angst vor dem Ende hat und skeptisch gegenüber allem ist? Ein Ungläubiger kann eine Menge Geld verdienen, wird sich aber sicherlich selbst verlieren.

Allah als Ziel verehren

Im Gegenteil, der Glaube an Allah gibt dem Gläubigen den Sinn des Lebens, den er braucht. Im Islam besteht der Sinn des Lebens darin, Allah anzubeten. Der Begriff "Anbetung" umfasst alle Handlungen des Gehorsams gegenüber Allah.

Der islamische Lebenszweck ist ein ständiger Zweck. Der wahre Muslim hält an diesem Ziel über alle Phasen seines Lebens hinweg fest, ob er ein Kind, ein Jugendlicher, ein Erwachsener oder ein alter Mann ist.

Allah anzubeten macht das Leben zielgerichtet und sinnvoll, besonders im Rahmen des Islam. Nach dem Islam ist dieses weltliche Leben nur eine kurze Phase unseres Lebens. Dann gibt es das andere Leben. Die Grenze zwischen erstem und zweitem Leben ist das Todesstadium, das ein Übergangsstadium zum zweiten Leben ist. Die Art des Lebens in der zweiten Stufe, die ein Mensch verdient, hängt von seinen Taten im ersten Leben ab. Am Ende des Todesstadiums steht der Tag des Gerichts. An diesem Tag belohnt oder bestraft Allah die Menschen nach ihren Taten im ersten Leben.

Das erste Leben als Prüfung

Der Islam betrachtet das erste Leben als eine Untersuchung des Menschen. Das Todesstadium ähnelt einer Ruhephase nach dem Test, d.h. e. nach dem ersten Leben. Der Tag des Gerichts ähnelt dem Tag der Bekanntgabe der Ergebnisse der Prüflinge. Das zweite Leben ist die Zeit, in der jeder Prüfling das Ergebnis seines Verhaltens während des Testzeitraums genießt oder darunter leidet.

Im Islam ist die Lebenslinie klar, einfach und logisch: das erste Leben, der Tod, der Tag des Gerichts und dann das zweite Leben. Mit dieser klaren Lebenslinie hat der Muslim einen klaren Lebenszweck. Der Muslim weiß, dass er von Allah erschaffen wurde. Die Muslime wissen, dass sie einige Jahre in diesem ersten Leben verbringen werden, in denen sie Gott gehorchen müssen, weil Gott sie befragen und für ihre öffentlichen oder privaten Taten verantwortlich machen wird, weil Allah über alle Taten aller Menschen Bescheid weiß. Der Muslim weiß, dass seine Taten im ersten Leben die Art des zweiten Lebens bestimmen, in dem er leben wird. Der Muslim weiß, dass dieses erste Leben sehr kurz ist, mehr oder weniger hundert Jahre, während das zweite Leben ein ewiges ist ein.

Die Ewigkeit des Zweiten Lebens

Das Konzept der Ewigkeit des zweiten Lebens hat enorme Auswirkungen auf die Muslime in ihrem ersten Leben, da die Muslime glauben, dass ihr erstes Leben die Form ihres zweiten Lebens bestimmt. Darüber hinaus bestimmt dies die Form ihres zweiten Lebens und diese Bestimmung wird durch das Gericht Allahs, des Allgerechten und Allmächtigen, erfolgen


Mit diesem Glauben an das zweite Leben und den Tag des Gerichts wird das Leben des Muslim zielgerichtet und bedeutungsvoll. Darüber hinaus besteht der ständige Zweck des Muslims darin, im zweiten Leben ins Paradies zu gelangen.

Mit anderen Worten, der ständige Zweck des Muslims ist es, Allah zu gehorchen, sich Allah zu unterwerfen, seine Befehle auszuführen und durch Gebete (fünfmal am Tag), durch Fasten (einen Monat im Jahr) in ständigem Kontakt mit Ihm zu bleiben. durch Nächstenliebe (so oft wie möglich) und durch Pilgerfahrt (einmal im Leben).

Die Notwendigkeit eines dauerhaften Zwecks

Ungläubige haben Ziele in ihrem Leben, wie Geld und Eigentum zu sammeln, sich Sex zu gönnen, zu essen und zu tanzen. Aber all diese Zwecke sind vergänglich und vergehen. All diese Zwecke kommen und gehen, gehen rauf und runter. Geld kommt und geht. Gesundheit kommt und geht. Sexuelle Aktivitäten können nicht für immer fortgesetzt werden. All diese Begierden nach Geld, Essen und Sex können die Fragen des Einzelnen nicht beantworten: na und? Dann was?

Der Islam erspart den Muslimen jedoch die Mühe, diese Frage zu stellen, denn der Islam macht von Anfang an deutlich, dass der ständige Zweck des Muslims in diesem Leben darin besteht, Allah zu gehorchen, um im zweiten Leben ins Paradies zu gelangen.

Wir sollten wissen, dass der einzige Weg für unser Heil in diesem Leben und im Jenseits darin besteht, unseren Herrn zu kennen, der uns geschaffen hat, an ihn zu glauben und ihn allein anzubeten.

Wir sollten auch unseren Propheten kennen, den Allah an die ganze Menschheit gesandt hat, an Ihn glauben und Ihm folgen. Wir sollten die Religion der Wahrheit kennen, an die uns unser Herr geboten hat, daran zu glauben, und sie praktizieren
Was ist der Sinn des Lebens? - Muslime Fulda

What is your purpose in life? What is the rationale behind our life? Why do we live in this life? These questions frequently intrigue people who try to find accurate answers.

People provide different answers to these questions. Some people believe the purpose of life is to accumulate wealth. But one may wonder: What is the purpose of life after one has collected colossal amounts of money? What then? What will the purpose be once money is gathered? If the purpose of life is to gain money, there will be no purpose after becoming wealthy. And in fact, here lies the problem of some disbelievers or misbelievers at some stage of their life, when collecting money is the target of their life. When they have collected the money they dreamt of, their life loses its purpose. They suffer from the panic of nothingness and they live in tension and restlessness.

Can Wealth Be an Aim?

We often hear of a millionaire committing suicide, sometimes, not the millionaire himself but his wife, son, or daughter. The question that poses itself is: Can wealth bring happiness to one’s life? In most cases the answer is NO. Is the purpose of collecting wealth a standing purpose? As we know, the five-year old child does not look for wealth: a toy for him is equal to a million dollars. The eighteen-year old adolescent does not dream of wealth because he is busy with more important things. The ninety-year old man does not care about money; he is worried more about his health. This proves that wealth cannot be a standing purpose in all the stages of the individual's life.

Wealth can do little to bring happiness to a disbeliever, because he/she is not sure about his fate. A disbeliever does not know the purpose of life. And if he has a purpose, this purpose is doomed to be temporary or self destructive.

What is the use of wealth to a disbeliever if he feels scared of the end and skeptical of everything. A disbeliever may gain a lot of money, but will surely lose himself.

Worshipping Allah as an Aim

On the contrary, faith in Allah gives the believer the purpose of life that he needs. In Islam, the purpose of life is to worship Allah. The term "Worship" covers all acts of obedience to Allah.

The Islamic purpose of life is a standing purpose. The true Muslim sticks to this purpose throughout all the stages of his life, whether he is a child, adolescent, adult, or an old man.

Worshipping Allah makes life purposeful and meaningful, especially within the framework of Islam. According to Islam this worldly life is just a short stage of our life. Then there is the other life. The boundary between the first and second life is the death stage, which is a transitory stage to the second life. The type of life in the second stage a person deserves depends on his deeds in the first life. At the end of the death stage comes the day of judgment. On this day, Allah rewards or punishes people according to their deeds in the first life.

The First Life as an Examination

So, Islam looks at the first life as an examination of man. The death stage is similar to a rest period after the test, i. e. after the first life. The Day of Judgment is similar to the day of announcing the results of the examinees. The second life is the time when each examinee enjoys or suffers from the outcome of his behavior during the test period.

In Islam, the line of life is clear, simple, and logical: the first life, death, the Day of Judgment, and then the second life. With this clear line of life, the Muslim has a clear purpose in life. The Muslim knows he is created by Allah. Muslims know they are going to spend some years in this first life, during which they have to obey God, because God will question them and hold them responsible for their public or private deeds, because Allah knows about all the deeds of all people. The Muslim knows that his deeds in the first life will determine the type of second life they will live in. The Muslim knows that this first life is a very short one, one hundred years, more or less, whereas the second life is an eternal one.

The Eternity of the Second Life

The concept of the eternity of the second life has a tremendous effect on a Muslims during their first life, because Muslims believe that their first life determines the shape of their second life. In addition, this determines the shape of their second life and this determination will be through the Judgment of Allah, the All just and Almighty.

With this belief in the second life and the Day of Judgment, the Muslim's life becomes purposeful and meaningful. Moreover, the Muslim's standing purpose is to go to Paradise in the second life.

In other words, the Muslim's permanent purpose is to obey Allah, to submit to Allah, to carry out His orders, and to keep in continues contact with Him through prayers (five times a day), through fasting (one month a year), through charity (as often as possible), and through pilgrimage (once in one's life).

The Need for a Permanent Purpose

Disbelievers have purposes in their lives such as collecting money and property, indulging in sex, eating, and dancing. But all these purposes are transient and passing ones. All these purposes come and go, go up and down. Money comes and goes. Health comes and goes. Sexual activities cannot continue forever. All these lusts for money, food and sex cannot answer the individual's questions: so what? Then What?

However, Islam saves Muslims from the trouble of asking the question, because Islam makes it clear, from the very beginning, that the permanent purpose of the Muslim in this life is to obey Allah in order to go to Paradise in the second life.

We should know that the only way for our salvation in this life and in the hereafter is to know our Lord who created us, believe in Him, and worship Him alone.

We should also know our Prophet whom Allah had sent to all mankind, believe in Him and follow Him. We should, know the religion of truth which our Lord has commanded us to believe in, and practice it

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The calendar year of Islam begins not with the birthday of our prophet (peace be on him), not from the time that the revelation came to him (Bethat) nor from the time of his ascension to heaven, but with the migration (Hijra) from an undesirable environment into a desirable place to fulfill Allah's command. It was migration from a plot that was set by the leaders of the Quraysh who were plotting to kill prophet Muhammad, and to destroy the truth that today is being conveyed to mankind everywhere against tyranny and injustice. Their purpose was to destroy the foundation of the Islamic state, the Sunnah of the tradition of the prophet, and to prevent the revelation being delivered by Allah's messenger to mankind.

The Islamic calendar is reckoned from the time of migration (Hijra) of Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) from Mecca to Madina. The Prophet's decision to migrate from Mecca came after several years of inhuman treatment of the faithful by the powerful tribes who were united despite all their feuds to stop the spread of Islam.

Prophet Mohammad's decision to leave Mecca coincided with the infidel's plan to assassinate him. In 622 AD, the Quresh tribesmen held a meeting and decided that a band of young men, one from each tribe, should assassinate Prophet Mohammad collectively so that their responsibility for the murder could not be placed on any particular tribe.

On the eventful night, the Prophet asked his cousin Ali Ben Abutalib to take his place in bed to make the Meccans think that he was asleep. The Prophet himself slipped out unobserved alongwith his loyal follower Abu Bakr (who was chosen as the first C aliph after the death of the prophet). They secretly made their way to a cave named Thawr, not far from Mecca and lay in hiding there for a day or two until Abu Bakr's son reported that the search for him had been given up. Then the two set out from Madina on camel back. They reached Quba, on the edge of the Madina oasis, on 12th Rabiul Awwal. With Mohammad's arrival in Quba a new phase of his career and glory of Islam started.

This migration has a special significance in the history of Islam. It ended the Meccan period of humiliation and torture and began the era of success. His own people to whom he preached Islam for 13 years neglected the Prophet of Islam. But he was cordially received in Madina as an honored chief.

In Madina his power enhanced day by day. Here he was not only the religious leader but took the role of a politician and statesman too. Prophet Mohammad expired ten years after his migration to Madina but only in one decade he changed the course of human history.

In view of this special significance of the Prophet's migration the consultative body advised the Second Islamic Caliph, Omar ben Khattab, to start the Islamic year from the date of migration of the Prophet from Mecca to Madina.

According to early Moslem scholars, Abu Musa Al Shari drew attention of Omar to an improperly dated debenture or IOU which was payable in the month of Shaban but it was not clear which Shaban was actually meant, the present one or the coming one. Omar called the dignitaries for consultation who made several suggestions to begin the Islamic calendar.

Ali (who later became the fourth caliph) suggested the Hijra as the beginning of the Islamic year with Moharram as its first month. Consequently, Caliph Omar in 21 A.H. or 641 A.D introduced the Islamic calendar in its present form.


The guidance about the Islamic calendar is taken from the following verses from the Holy Quran: (In the name of GOD most gracious and most merciful)

"Lo the number of the months with God is twelve months." IX:36.

"They ask thee, of new moons. Say: They are fixed seasons for mankind and for the pilgrimage." II:189.

"He it is who appointed the sun a splendor and the moon a light, and measured for her stages, that ye might know the number of the years, and the reckoning." X:5

The Islamic Calendar of 12 Lunar Months is determined by observation of the new moon with no effort by intercalation (addition) or other means to synchronize the Lunar year with the Solar year.

Seerah of Prophet Muhammed 27 - The Hijrah - Emigration to Madinah - Yasir Qadhi | March 2012



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Mar 3, 2012
It is alleged that Islam divides mankind into Believers and Infidels/Kafirs;
Kafir means one who rejects or denies.
Kafir is derived from the word Kufr, which means to conceal or to reject or to deny.
Kafir is the one who conceals or rejects or denies. This is contrary to how some people wrongly translate Kafir as Infidel.
Kufr is not a curse or an insult. A Muslim also has to do Kufr, not with Allah but with all that is worshipped other than, or along with Allah.
"Whoever disbelieves in taghoot (yakfur bialtaghooti) and believes in Allah alone, then he has grasped the most trustworthy handhold that will never break" The Holy Quran, Chapter 2, Verse 256.
So a Muslim also has to do Kufr, He has to be a Kafir of Taghoot. Taghoot means all that is worshipped other than, or along with, Allah. If Kafir was an insulting word, Allah would not have used it for Muslims.
In general Kafir is a term used for a person who rejects Islam. However if a Non-Muslim considers being called a Kafir as an abuse, it is due to his/her misunderstanding about Islam. He or she needs to reach out to proper sources of understanding Islam and Islamic terminology, and not only will he feel abused, but rather appreciates Islam in the proper perspective.

لله يندم؟! شمسي في حوار مع يهودي محترم الجزء
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لمن تصلي؟ هاشم في حوار مع مسيحي الجزء الأول

لمن تصلي؟ هاشم في حوار مع مسيحي الجزء الثانى
لمن تصلي؟ هاشم في حوار مع مسيحي الجزء الثالث
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