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"Obedience is only in righteousness (الطاعة بالمعروف)" means you do not obey anyone who commands to commit misdeeds or to abstain from obligatory duties. However in affairs in which you have choice you can obey parents even if they stop you from a good thing. 'Abdullah ibn 'Amr said, "A man came to the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, ...


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Initiating salam is Mustahabb while obeying father is Wajib, the latter takes precedence. Also remember the Hadith: I asked the Prophet (ﷺ) "Which deed is the dearest to Allah?" He replied, "To offer the prayers at their early stated fixed times." I asked, "What is the next (in goodness)?" He replied, "To be good and dutiful to your parents" I again asked,...


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I quote here a relevant passage in the Qur'an: And do not insult those they invoke other than Allah, lest they insult Allah in enmity without knowledge... [Al-'An'am 108] Here, Allah clearly dissuades Muslims from a particular course of action due to the risk of it causing others to sin in retaliation. This implies that you as the instigator could ...


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Basically the answer of Who are the women that a man is forbidden to marry? should answer this question clearly as even if this marriage is temporary the relevant rules of nikah apply. As Allah the almighty say: Prohibited to you [for marriage] are … your wives' mothers, and your step-daughters under your guardianship [born] of your wives unto whom you ...


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When it comes to the topic of the 'awrah of men scholars hold different positions. Even if the majority seems to agree about one. In the sum there are four or five different views (or different opinions including all details): The 'awrah of men is only the privat parts (buttocks and the private parts in the front) which means that the tighs are not part of ...


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The narration you've mentioned shows that among the scholars of Medina covering the mouth was considered as a bad act which shouldn't be done while praying. As Salim ibn 'Abdullah ibn 'Umar is one of the so called 7 scholars of Medina from among the tabi'yn and a grand son of 'Umar ibn al-Khattab. Even if there are further evidences scholars differed ...


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Covering the mouth during Salah is considered a makruh action. وأن يغطي الرجل فاه وهذا إن كان بغير عذر، وغلا فلا يكره It is also undesirable for a man to cover his mouth while praying unless he has an acceptable excuse for doing so. — الفقه على المذاهب الأربعة - Islamic Jurisprudence According To The Four Schools The evidence for this includes: ...


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I am Muslim and I have many non-muslim friends in my college and also during my school life. During the lunch break, we share our food with each other food, they don't hesitate to take a bite from my lunch box and neither I even when they are pure vegetarian (Don't even eat eggs). Yes, that's right that we should have to be careful while eating meat offered ...


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Relevant verse from which we can draw an analogy: وقد نزل عليكم في الكتاب أن إذا سمعتم آيات الله يكفر بها ويستهزأ بها فلا تقعدوا معهم حتى يخوضوا في حديث غيره إنكم إذا مثلهم إن الله جامع المنافقين والكافرين في جهنم جميعا (And it has already come down to you in the Book that when you hear the verses of Allah [recited], they are denied [by them] and ...


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"A Muslim has six rights over another Muslim. When he meets a Muslim, he greets him; when a Muslim invites him, he accepts his invitation; when a Muslim sneezes and says, 'alhamdulillah (praise be to Allah)', he says, 'yarhamukallah (may Allah have mercy on you)'; when a Muslim becomes ill, he visits him; when a Muslim dies, he takes part in his funeral; he ...


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I recommend you not do it if it is not welcome by the receivers or your father. Unfortunately I have to say, one of the calamities that have befell the Islamic world is soulless adherence to the ritual without knowing their purpose and their underlying moral foundations. This happens when law is overrated against ethics and spirituality, (a shortcoming ...


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If the food offered is permitted to eat, It doesn't matter who is offering ,cooking or serving. The only reason, Muslims would avoid any offered food is that, there is a high chance of contamination which may change the food into not permitted food. If you let them know clearly what you are going to offer them in food, they would never reject the permitted ...


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He is a child a child doesn't know right and wrong ,he may understand it on the surface but doesn't realize it internally till puberty.He has to make mistakes so he can learn .Its important not to interfere in his learning and natural development.


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