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Islam does promote modesty and haya. If both genders in coeducation retain modesty and haya which has been explained by Islam then it is not haram to be in coeducation. Hazrat Ayesha RA taught hadith to our sahaba kara'am in parda. Abu Musa al-Ash'ari says:"Never had we (the companions) had any difficulty for the solution of which we approached Aisha and ...


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No, Quran does not forbid women from going to school. There is only a verse in Quran (relevant to the matter) ordering to only wives of prophet that they should remain in their homes: And abide in your houses and do not display yourselves as [was] the display of the former times of ignorance. And establish prayer and give zakah and obey Allah and His ...


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As you mentioned in your question ,verses and hadiths which prohibits usury .. After I asked a Sheikh, he told me to try as much as possible to stay away from usury, and do all what you can to do so. I would like to remind you of Prophet Muhammad's speech peace be upon him: whoever leaves something for Allah's sake , Allah will reward him with a better ...


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Islam is indeed against adultery, and there are rules that govern these conditions according to the applicable classification: Walad al-zina (Arabic: ولد الزنا): offspring from adultery where both parents are known and acknowledge their parenthood. Walad al-mulā'ana (Arabic: ولد الملاعنة): offspring of curse-invoking where husband accuses wife of committing ...


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Waalaikum asalaam. "Say: Are they equal those who know, and those who do not know?" (39:9) I would advise that you go to the class and seek appropriate information from your masjid/Sunday school about Islamic views of sex. In sex education classes in secular schools, the emphasis is generally on basic anatomy (of men and women), sexually transmitted ...


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First note that your question title is asking about 6 letters while the content only reveals 4! The best way is to look for a hafidh who has a connected chain to the prophet and learn from him the so called makharij al-Huruf مخارج الحروف first. See also Need proper pronunciation of various Arabic alphabets to read Quran correctly IMHO ظ is the only ...


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The children are to be taught Quran and Sunnah from an early age. Within the realm of Quran and Sunnah, sex education, along with everything else, is covered. It's automatically taught and a common topic if we're put through proper education. The guardian(s) of the children are responsible of their upbringing. The guardian(s) can be parents, but not ...


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Does Quran/Islam forbid women from going to school? There is nothing in the holy scriptures of Islam that prohibits women from going to school. In fact, there is no mention of schools in the Islamic scriptures. School is a modern institution that didn't exist during the time of the Prophet. Are women allowed to go to school? Yes, it is permissible for ...


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Short answer: No, and there's no exception! Explanation: As Abdullah mentioned in his answer riba (interest/usury) is a major sin and in fact it's one of the 7 distractive sins along with Shirk (associating partner in worship to Allah), Magic, Killing a person, Unjustly Eating the wealth of an orphan, Fleeing from the battlefield, and Sexually slandering a ...


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Salam O Alikum, Perhaps too late to answer this question, but I ll add this just in case someone else might benefit from it. I know of some brother who actually found a way around it. When you take education loan (essentially government based) then the interest starts building from day one. And if you are doing a 3 year course then by the time you ...


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One of the most important advises in Islam for raising children, said in modern terms : " Lead by example ". That is , do not ever lie to your child, in any way. He will pray if he sees you pray, he will be helpful to others if he sees YOU help the others. Telling him to do a behavior and doing its opposite is a sort of lying to him. A second one is about ...


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My advice would be to follow your instincts - if it feels wrong, then it feels as such for a reason. I do not think (as has been suggested) that your conversation need be devoid of "fun", though others should know where you stand, and all inappropriate matters/conversation ought to be ended swiftly. I agree that the rules in the previous post are sensible, ...


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It is permissible if there is a partition and separate entrances, or if the men and women sit in different rows, so the men can not see or intermingle with the women. Sahih Muslim 440: The best rows for men are the first rows, and the worst ones the last ones, and the best rows for women are the last ones and the worst ones for them are the first ...


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If it's a Muslim country, then they have to create a separate school/college for girls, if not then YES we can go to any school/college because education is more important in Islam. After Jung-e-Badar Prophet S.A.W. announced who ever will teach to 10 children he will freed out. Quran revealed starting with "READ" (IQRA) Bukhari: Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) ...


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This is as per (my reading of) the opinion of Imam Ghazali in his book, The revivial of the religious sciences: coupled with my opinion. We divide knowledge in two parts: Knowledge which pertains to our practical life: In this there are certain types of knowledge which is compulsory to acquire. Acquiring such knowledge is an individual duty (فرض العين). ...


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Assalamu alaikum, a) There is one type of student loan where you can pay back within a certain period, without giving any interest. This is halal if all are paid-back without any extra money (interest). b) If the student loan is not as above, and payback involves paying interest, then this is usury (riba), so the original/default ruling for this that it is ...


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Mixed gender education is haram, what should I do? First of all I appreciate your paying attention to this matter which made you making research concerning what you should do. Since it is seen that there could be many fields of sin in such positions. Secondly, it doesn’t seem to be haram directly for students to educate in mixed gender location. But as ...


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Firstly I ought to mention that your question looks opinion-based to some extent. Although it can be replied by the significance of the marriage. Anyhow, your last sentence could be considered as the most significant point. I mean: I'm afraid of Allah, if I attain some sins. In all probably or even definitely Allah will torture you if you delay your ...


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