O you who have believed, obey Allah and obey the Messenger and those
in authority among you. And if you disagree over anything, refer it to
Allah and the Messenger, if you should believe in Allah and the Last
Day. That is the best [way] and best in result.
Quran Ch.4, Surah tul Annisai V.59
In this verse, Allah gives us an order that we must respect ...
Is doing illegal stuff haram?
In general, yes... unless the "legality" of a particular issue violates Islam. e.g., Niqab (France) and Ramadan fasting (China) are illegal in some countries but does that mean they are haram? No! Plus, alcohol and drugs are legal in some countries so does that mean it is Halal too? No! So it depends on how aligned with Islam ...
Pictures, images or videos (including of anime characters) are not haram, except if the content of the image is haram, like nudity o sexual pictures or something like that.
I have pictures of my parents in phones to motivate me, picture of a car as wallpaper for my laptop, it is allowed.
Islam is a religion, not just a way or guidelines for marriage and sex.
I'm not sure I understood your question but if you did not convert to islam, "following halal marriage and sex guidelines and islam teachings on marriage" does not make you a muslim.
Well it is not that easy even with the progress in technologies, because a lot of time this inappropriate content comes from ads which means that a company pays a website or mobile app to display there content, for publicity/marketing purposes, and when I say pay I mean some real money on the table, so those companies and websites do their best to deliver ...
If it is the custom of the hindu people to keep the name Aravind out of love for the deity Aravindakshan, then it would not be permissible to keep this name. Generally, revert people can keep their non-muslim name if the name is not related to polytheism and disbelief. However, in case of keeping names of babies by a Muslim parent, I don't find any reason to ...
Probably, though strictly speaking not necessarily.
Vegan dishes may contain alcohol, which renders them haram. For example, a baba au rhum may be made in a vegan form (finding some non-dairy substitute for the whipped cream), but the cake’s saturation in rum makes it haram for Muslims.
That said, these are edge cases. The vast majority of the time, ...
It's not only about religion, if you're uncomfortable about something, let your friend know. If they keep on doing that, sadly, you may consider finding new friends who do respect your opinions. It's very cruical to be open about how you feel with people you value.
Talking with people is, in itself, not haram if the subject is not haram.
The only way I can see this as unlawful is if your parents explicitly forbade you from calling the shop, or using the phone, or another such order that conflicts with you calling the shop.
However, the fact that you are specifying "without my parents knowing" seems to indicate that ...
I asked for the awareness of the spouse, the answer is positive.
These sort of questions are technically hard. Asking if something is forbidden is simple: a positive answer comes with sources, texts, reasons.
Asking if something is permissible is harder: a positive answer is the absence of sources, texts, and reasons.
So from my many readings, I am ...
Walikum AsSalam wa Rahmatulliahibarakatuh,
Check this answer in the link below(though I must mention that the answer refers to lip stick and not lip balms)
This is the most revelant part from the link that answers your question about lip balm-
"It is also subject to the condition that it does not contain ...
"Is it allowed" - No.
Firstly, being apathetic towards people who do bad things is a sign of someone who doesn't have a heart (i.e., either the heart is cold or numb). Hating people who do bad things is a natural human response and shows that you care for what is right.
Secondly, any emotion can lead people to commit great crimes. Even "love" can lead ...
Why not? Islam is a open religion - it clearly mentions what is prohibited and anything outside these realms is not prohibited. As long as both yourself and your future spouse are aware of any underlying conditions and are prepared to work together to overcome issues together, I personally see no problem.
Taking the name of Prophet Isa () or Jesus in vain is something that the Christians do. We as Muslims are commanded not to imitate disbelievers and warning for one who does so is very strict.
Narrated Abdullah ibn Umar:
The Prophet (ﷺ) said: He who copies any people is one of them.
Sunan Abi Dawud 4031
According to this fatwa, this Hadith ...
In the following I'd like to add some additional details and additions to the great answer of @UmH:
When it comes to vinegar we know that it is a product that has formally been or converted to alcohol.
However in some hanabli fiqh books there's a description of procedure to get vinegar which doesn't need alcohol and which is considered as permissible:
If it has completely converted such that drinking it will not cause intoxication, no matter how much you drink, then it is tahir and halal, it is permissible to consume it and sell it. The following hadith of the Prophet ﷺ evidences its permissibility of vinegar in general:
نعم الأدم الخل
Vinegar is an excellent condiment
— Sahih Muslim
The final Beer contains a minimum amount of alcohol at 0.05%
Yes of course.
if you are making beer by yourself without alcohol that may be it is okay
but for whiskey,It is prohibited.
Because when you drink something make you unconscious you will do all wrong things . you may kill or stole ...etc.
Performing dance ( رقص ) is haram when it involves other haram actions like intoxication, uncovering of the 'awrah, vulgarity etc.
There is difference among the madhabs on the ruling on dancing which is free from the above. The position of the majority is that it is makruh. Their evidence includes:
It comes under the meaning of the following verse:
Dancing by itself is not impermissible as there is not a single hadith prohibiting it. But you should follow some rules regarding dance as Allah says: And who observe limits set by Allah. [9:112]
1) You should not dance if there is an opposite gender person present even if it is mahram relative.
2) Your dance must not contain any immoral/...