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If I understand your question (which is not easy, as it written in atrocious English) you are asking whether it is halal to pay someone to write your school work for you. I would suggest that it is only halal if the real author puts his or her name on the piece of school work. If you put your name on it you are perpetrating a fraud.


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In Islam buying and selling is mubah. See this hadith: Messenger of Allah (pbuh) said: "Both parties in a business transaction have a right to annul it so long as they have not separated; and if they tell the truth and make everything clear to each other (i.e., the seller and the buyer speak the truth, the seller with regard to what is purchased, ...


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Photography is a very tricky issue and I am not going to give you a straightforward answer. I am going to give you the general ruling and some advice. The general ruling is that image making (tasweer) of living things is prohibited in Islam because it is trying to match Allah in creating. This is because of various strong evidences in sahih hadeeths: ...


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Islam prohibits and stops its followers from showing any nude thing or anything that Islam considers as having low moral values. Islam is a religion that stops one from being nude, showing nude, advertising nude content by which Imaan of other people would be at a sake. Earning via such content is itself prohibited. Let me tell you an easy example of what ...


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The fatwa in question is highly publicized, and is the basis that many so-called modernists allow interest-based loans. It may prove to be very difficult to find the actual text of the fatwa since it appears to be merely rumored by the Khedive (ruler of Egypt and Sudan at the time, who had major disagreements with Muhammad 'Abduh), but is nowhere else to be ...


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You must know the difference about 2 things, Loan and debt . The both kinds have 1 common factor , interest is forbidden , however there is a big difference between the 2 kinds . First of all , the first kind is done as a good deed, to help someone out , as stated by this narrative ( من نفس عن مؤمن كربة من كرب الدنيا ,نفس الله عنه كربة من كرب يوم القيامة) ...


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There is nothing in Islam that prevents a woman to supervise men working under her. Remember that the Prophet himself worked for a woman, Khadeeja, who would later become his wife. Another reported case that came later was that the caliph Omar ibn Al-Khattab appointed a woman as the supervisor of the local market.


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I did a quick Google search for you. Here's an excerpt from the well-known fatwa site islamqa.com : The Committee replied: This kind of dealing is haraam, because the purpose of this dealing is to earn commission, not to buy the product. The commission may reach tens of thousands, whilst the product is not worth more than a few hundred. Any smart ...


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This is a permissible transaction because the seller has some kind of contract with the distributor or manufacturer to obtain and sell that item. The prohibition is against selling items that you don't own or haven't bought yet or have no means of obtaining. Source: Class on Fiqh of Transactions.


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A simple answer is yes. To explain why I said simple, we are assuming that the mobile was given with no conditions. In that case you are welcome to sell it for any price that the buyer is willing to pay.


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Zakat is an ibadah and is only obligatory on Muslim individuals. Each Muslim shareholder is responsible for paying his own Zakat from his share. Making a profit or loss on the money is irrelevant. If he doesn't have enough liquid money he will sell some shares to get the money to pay his Zakat. Zakat is not deducted from wealth of non-Muslims. See: https://...


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Extract from fatwa: There is no limit to profits in trading, rather the matter is subject to supply and demand. But it is good for the Muslim, whether he is a trader or not, to be easy going in buying and selling, and not to exploit the opportunity of his counterpart’s carelessness to cheat him in buying and selling. Rather he should pay attention ...


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According to one hadith of the prophet, the Jews were cursed because while they were forbidden from eating fat, they chose to sell the fat and eat from the profits instead. Similarly to that would be any case where you're making money from something that you know is forbidden to you, but profiting from it on the grounds that others are willing to pay for it ...


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While buying something for $100 and auctioning it at a starting bid of $1 is a highly questionable business practice (why not just start the bidding at $100?), there's no reason to believe it's forbidden Islamically. Even the prophet himself is reported to have auctioned off items. Auctioning is merely a method of determining the final price for a sale; so ...


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Through all Hadiths and Ayas, Muslims have no problem doing business with non Muslims. But in case of partnership, many scholars said it is not a proper work, because the non Muslims do not pay attention to Halal and Haram. The reference for this is a Hadith from Muhammad (pbuh) shows it is not a good work but did not forbid it: Ahkam Al-Zemmeh(احکام ...


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The critical point of the question is that "more than the agreed upon labor cost" was demanded. However, in the question there is not a single sentence stating that the fare had been discussed ahead of time beforehand. I did not see evidence you asked him "how much will it be?" at the very beginning; it could very well have never happened. If the price was ...


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The short answer is to take a local class on Islamic finance. It's a huge field of its own. Barring that, talk to a local scholar or imam you trust who can answer your specific questions. As a software developer, I run into this all the time. "Should I build a software like X," where X could be woefully misused, abused, and misconstrued by users. Should I ...


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In the name of Allah, the most compassionate, the merciful Concerning what you asked: Is tobacco sale haram? The answer is that: Buying, selling and using it, is not considered as a haram act by itself. But it would be counted as an impermissible practice to buy, sell or use it of it has a remarkable disadvantages for the person… (perhaps you’d consult ...


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If money laundering is a crime, then it's not permissible. Muslims are required to obey the law. O you who have believed, obey Allah and obey the Messenger and those in authority among you. ... -- Qur'an 4:59 This is confirmed by fatawa, e.g.: Muslims must adhere to the laws of any country they live in, whether in the west or the east, as long as the ...


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It is generally understood that engaging in businesses doing haram is prohibited. However, if for the most part, the business is not haram, but might be used for haram sometimes, it is okay. However, this is not a strict rule. This depends on the context on which it is happening. Is it in a Muslim majority place, non-Muslim majority? How is it easy to find ...


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I think this fatwa will help you and I will quote this paragraph for you : Whatever it is haraam for a Muslim to use, it is also haraam for him to sell it to either Muslims or kaafirs, because the kaafirs are also addressed by the rulings of sharee’ah, including rulings on minor issues, according to the view of the majority of scholars, and what is ...


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There is a very thin line between "trade and usury". To understand this we must understand the definition of both and also understand why Islam forbade usury (interest). In trade, both (or all) parties share the risk of market fluctuation. In usury, only the person who takes the loan bears the risk of fluctuation. Islam forbade usury becoz.. in usury one ...


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I am not in a position to say Halal & Haram, but based on my understanding as a Muslim, i can say about the first case that its Haram; because you may get profit from advertising wine, and you will never know from what advertisement did you get the profit, despite the fact your are getting sin by doing this. For the third case, i don't see a problem ...


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In islam, all animals worship Allah and praise him, even if this praise is not known to human. Generally, a Mulsim should be kind to animals and any living (non-harmful) creature. While the Prophet (PBUH) was with a companion of his, they entered a garden. The prophet saw a camel which came closer and started crying with tears. The prophet asked about his ...


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Well to answer your questions briefly: we can't. How it should be: McDonald doesn't want to run a business which will end as a financial ruin they will try there best to fulfill the laws of a country. And the authorities in such a country who will permit McDonald to run a fast-food restaurant have to be on the side of their citizens and check if the ...


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Zakat is farz on individuals. You pay zakat only on your share of the zaktable assets and inventory. If you do not have enough money liquidate some shares.


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Narrated 'Umar bin Al-Khattab: I heard Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) saying, "The reward of deeds depends upon the intentions and every person will get the reward according to what he has intended. So whoever emigrated for worldly benefits or for a woman to marry, his emigration was for what he emigrated for."(Sahih Bukhari) You will be held accountable for ...


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As i understand you are making a conference room to get hired and it is everyone right to pay you for that room.It's all about taking service of room created by your by your own money. Many things we do hire in our day to day life 1) Flats 2) Business Shop ... etc Shouldn't we pay for all this?.. Yes we need to pay for all this. Hope your question is ...


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