The matter is very simple:
Is dealing with riba part of your work? If yes it is haram. If not it isn't.
By part of your work I mean do you accept it or deal or negotiate about the interest etc. Or are a witness of this negotiation? See also Is indirect help to a riba business haram?
I will attempt to directly answer 3, which by implication I think answers 1, and I included one example fatwa for 4, and one possible explanation for the origin of the distaste for bells is presented.
Several relevant hadith can be found by searching sunnah.com with bells and satan and bell and angels.
I heard the Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) say: The ...
Preventing yourself from porn and praying is one thing, the most important and useful is to get married ASAP.
It will fulfill your desires halal way and makes you understand imaginations and reality.
As Hadith about marriage points to.
Anas ibn Malik reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings
be upon him, said, “Whoever Allah provides with ...
you seem like a really smart kid, when I was your age I was not that sharp so good for you ^^.
With that been said, let me tell that in this life there are somethings that we choose and some others where the choice was made for us. For example we don't get to choose our parents, I can be a nice kid but my father is a serial killer for exemple, I might have ...
After accepting Islam both of you must sincerely repent for your sin and you must cleanse your womb by observing istibra’ or ‘iddah, which is three menstrual cycles according to the longer duration. After doing that you may marry. There is no '6 months for every year' condition. For further information contact a qualified scholar in person.
Your father's work is for the government if he does his work well he surely should receive and accept the payment as a halal income.
In Islam the source of money is secondary while what is more important is to earn it by your own effort and in a halal manner (halal job, without doing anything sinful or wrong in this job).
Note that taxes are halal as long ...
As per your description of the system, what you're referring to comes under competitions with prize-money. This is haraam except for few cases:
Al-Tirmidhi (1700), al-Nasaa’i (3585), Abu Dawood (2574) and Ibn
Majaah (2878) narrated that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah
be upon him) said: “There should be no (money) prizes for competitions
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.
I’m sorry to hear this, but that’s a sign that you’re a believer. Usually believers do feel fear when they do mistakes. And God knows that you feel regret and the doors of repentance are open, and He’s ready To forgive any sin that you committed.
Secondly, you can be far more intelligent and smarter than these guys and just, you know, try to manipulate ...
As‘salaamu alaikum, little sister.
With regard to the sin of lying, ask Allah for forgiveness and mend your conduct. That is, stop the practice of lying, period.
As a young woman of Faith, you should also leave off from communicating freely with laa mahram young men.
With regard to the young women whose faces you used, it is not clear to me from what you ...
It is haram to say to or about a person who is or died as a believer that he/she is (or will be) in Jahannam (Hell). As we only know that disbelievers will end up in hell:
Indeed, they who disbelieved among the People of the Scripture and the polytheists will be in the fire of Hell, abiding eternally therein. Those are the worst of creatures. (98:6)
In the name of God, the Beneficent, the Merciful
Your question: Is saying “see you in Hell” haram?
[He is] Knower of the Ghaeeb [future and unseen] and the witnessed, the Grand, the Exalted. [13:9]
”Indeed, God [alone] has knowledge of the Hour and sends down the rain and knows what is in the wombs. And no soul perceives what it ...
First and foremost, the person who says it has no right
to say so, because we never know where we will end up and we
cant decide for each other either. Only God can judge us.
So to answer your question, I seriously doubt that a believer would ever say it, because he would just be claiming that he will end up in hellfire. You will be judged in this life ...
The bell is the musical instrument of the Satan.
Abu Bakr came to my house while two small Ansari girls were singing
beside me the stories of the Ansar concerning the Day of Buath. And
they were not singers. Abu Bakr said protestingly, "Musical
instruments of Satan in the house of Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) !" It
Your husband must pay kafara, however scholars went 2 ways in this situation, whether a woman breaking her fast willingly having intercourse should pay kafara too or no.
The majority of them went with the view that she should pay kafarah, their evidences were:
She has violated Ramadan fast by having intercourse during the day, she must ...