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You have to tell us what school of thought you have then based on that someone can answer. There are various answers to this question. However in a nutshell: Sunnis are more inclined to it being Haram. Shias are more inclined to it being non-haram. Yet they vary. Though in each and every insurance contract, the way it's written and the conditions of the ...


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In my view, Insurance is based on interest (sood) which is haram. Because you pay a little amount to them but they give more money in return. So I think it is haram. And Allah knows best


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Yes, as insurance is considered haram because of the presence of riba/interest in it. And about interest Allah says in quran: “Those who eat riba will not stand (on the Day of Resurrection) except like the standing of a person beaten by Shaytan (Satan) leading him to insanity… O you who believe! Be afraid of Allah and give up what remains (due ...


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The question needs clarification from multiple angles. First, let us know that insurance as it is used in today's context is something that never existed during the time of our noble prophet (s) and the best generations after it. So you'll not be able to find a direct context that relates to the qur'aan or hadeeth. Next, we see what insurance is... In the ...


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