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Generally, if there are any guidelines to make a web application (available through web browser - like this page) Sharia-compliant?

Note that many of my customers are not muslims.

In my particular case I'm building web service for publishing and editing websites, with assumptions:

  1. When registering, one can publish controversial and haram content but only on it's own domain name - somewhat like here - should I setup a separate server for Sharia-compliant accounts?
  2. Account processing and online payments for the service - should those be not accepted overnight or during Ramadan time?
  • I allow haram content, but on user's own domain only, however physically it might be same machine. So I'm considering if I should keep sharia compliant accounts on designated machine. – PeterM Dec 13 '16 at 20:33
  • I've added to question - that many of my customers are not muslims, so I can't expect them to even know what's haram. – PeterM Dec 19 '16 at 13:27

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