This is a very good question , as this mis-conception is still not clear among many many muslims as well.
I will divide the asnwer in 3 sections:
First of all, you must know that Islam is a religion from our creator, means this religion is best in all ways. No matter where, when we apply it, it works perfectly. In case of justice and ...
Narration ‘Backbiting is worse than Zina’ - The Sunni Perspective
There are various similar reports of this hadeeth by Al-Bayhaqi and also Ibn Abi Ad-Dunya.
This Hadeeth is Dha’eef [weak] as stated by Shaykh Al-Albaani may
Allaah have mercy upon him in “Dha’eef Al-Jaami’”.
Moreover, Al-Haythami stated in “Majma’ Az-Zawaa’id” that in its chain
of narrators ...
Witnessing hugging or fondling is not enough for hudud (ordained punishments) for zina. This is because the zina that entails hudud is defined by penetration. Though, these haraam actions (fondling) could entail disciplinary punishments but that is depended on the level haraam actions and it can be given only by a judge.
As for zina that entails hudud,
In this case, the difference isn't because one's a man and one's a woman, rather it's because one is the one being accused, and one is the accuser.
If the accuser is lying when he accuses his wife, then the worst he is guilty of is lying. However, if the accused is lying when she swears against this accusation, she is not only guilty of lying, but it also ...
Stoning married adulterers is a revelation from Allah ﷻ. This is why the Prophet ﷺ and his companions did so. The verses you quoted on flogging refer to unmarried adulterers.
In the khutba of a Friday prayer, 'Umar ibn Al-Khattab responded to your question:
حَدَّثَنِي أَبُو الطَّاهِرِ، وَحَرْمَلَةُ بْنُ يَحْيَى، قَالاَ حَدَّثَنَا ابْنُ وَهْبٍ، ...
You asked for a reference from Islamic countries laws scriptures.
In Islam there are different ways that an accusation of crime can be proved in Islamic court.
According to laws of Islamic Republic of Iran (which are fully based on Jafari Fiqh) proving of crime can be accepted for jude by any of these methods:
First, let us define some of the words that were translated, a mushrik is just someone who committed an unforgivable crime, it does not necessarily mean a polytheist, this is just one of the crimes that are considered shirk. Of the crimes that are considered shirk, adultery is one or them, so a mushrik can also refer to an adulterer.
The ayah says that they ...
From Holy Qur'an:
And do not marry Al-Mushrikât (idolatresses, etc.) till they believe (worship Allâh Alone). And indeed a slave woman who believes is better than a (free) Mushrikah (idolatress, etc.), even though she pleases you. And give not (your daughters) in marriage to Al-Mushrikûn till they believe (in Allâh Alone) and verily, a believing slave is ...
Wa Alaykum Salam. There are 2 opinions about this issue:
Recm (stoning to death) is not mentioned in Quran. Therefore there should be no killing. The punishment should be given according to Quran.
There are hadiths about recm. Usually (maybe in all) the ones that was killed was all married ones. There is also a claim that there were verses about recm, but ...
You start your assumptions from the wrong perspective and we know logic says: ex falso quodlibet.
Zina is indeed a sexual relationship out of marriage.
Now what you seem to have overseen is that in the case of an in-vitro fertilization where the eggs don't come from the wife (while the semen comes from the husband), they would come from an other woman. ...
According to Islam, it is considered as haram practice to have such relations as you said
explicit sexual roleplay on the Internet (cybersex) with someone they
are not married to.
Since this kind of relation can be led to haram (forbidden) acts (or thoughts) and actually Satan will be the third person between you and the person who you are chatting to....
Quran and Sunnah are both sources of revelation. Asking why Allah gave a ruling in one source rather than another is a pointless question: It is like asking why the punishment of theft and banditry is in Surah Maidah and not Surah Nur where the punishment of slander and fornication are mentioned. There is no answer for it, Allah does as He wills.
Is it true that there were verse(s) of the Quran dictating the stoning of adulterers?
Yes. Once upon a time there were verse(s) of the Quran dictating the stoning of adulterers.
The verse of Stoning was REVEALED and it was RECITED and it was also MEMORIZED by the sahaba.
“Allah sent Muhammad with the Truth and revealed the Holy Book to him,
and among what ...
The Muslim has committed fornication because (s)he is unmarried. The non-Muslim has committed adultery because (s)he is married. Both adultery and fornication are called Zina. Non-Muslim's marriages are considered valid.
It is good that your friend intends to observe Ramadan as fasting this month expiates all but major sins in between two occurrences of Ramadan:
عن أبي هريرة أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم كان يقول: الصَّلَوَاتُ الْخَمْسُ وَالْجُمُعَةُ إِلَى الْجُمُعَةِ وَرَمَضَانُ إِلَى رَمَضَانَ مُكَفِّرَاتٌ مَا بَيْنَهُنَّ إِذَا اجْتَنَبَ الْكَبَائِرَ
Abu Huraira ...
A general rule: any sin that is thought as less important will become greater. In a Hadeeth Imam Ali peace be upon him says do not see to the smallness of the sin but do see the greatness of the one you disobey. In another Hadeeth any relatively small sin that is considered small will become a major sin. Now let me return back to your statement that "I am ...