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Do Non-Muslim women need a wali to get married?

A non-Muslim woman needs only a Muslim wali when she has no other wali from her family. Under normal circumstances, the wali should be of the same religion as the bride. I could not find any ...
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When was the first word "Kafir" / "Kuffar" reveal in the quran? and which surah?

This answer is more likely to be an assumption, as I'm neither a specialist in the Order of tanzil nor could I find a specific Question on the topic so far. But I could find some links giving a ...
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Permissibility to kill all adult males

Yes. The ruler has the option to do any of the following with prisoners depending on what suits the interest of the Muslims: Kill them. As long as they have not accepted Islam and are not women, ...
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Are Islam Q&A fatwas stating "kuffaar should be compelled to enter Islam" and sincerity being a condition of faith contradictory?

IslamQA seems to have multiple different people answering queries, who pick rulings according to any one of the different schools of thought and various scholars, often mentioning them solely as the "...
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If non-believers who haven't heard the message of Islam can go to heaven, why spread Islam?

The Qur'an implies they will not be punished (see e.g. SeekersHub): ... And never would We punish until We sent a messenger. Qur'an 17:15 This does not imply they will go directly to heaven. ...
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Why are Muslims not allowed to make friends with Jews and Christians but you are allowed to marry them?

The problem lies in the translation and understanding of the original Quranic reference from which you derived this question. The understanding you have is incorrect because of how the translation ...
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Is it permissible to say that specific individuals are among the dwellers of hell?

You must believe this with certainty about Abu Lahab, Abu Jahl, and Iblis since there are explicit texts about them. Otherwise, you can have legal rulings that someone is a kafir or mushrik and ...
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Who are the "unbelievers" in the Quran whom Muslims are not meant to take as friends?

Your problem is that you are focusing on the scope of unbelievers rather than the definition of friends. No group of unbelievers have been singled out, it applies to all of them. Taking them as ...
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Who are the "unbelievers" in the Quran whom Muslims are not meant to take as friends?

All of these pertain to a Muslim individual or a state taking the side of the Unbelievers against the Muslims. It does not mean that Muslims are not to have cordial relations with Non-Muslims.
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Can Jihad at-Talab be initiated only against those who don't let Muslims preach Islam in their lands?

Jihad can be initiated against any disbelieving political power. The only conditions being: They must have refused to accept Islam They also must have refused to pay Jizyah and come under Islamic ...
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What's the ruling on a person who studies Islam sincerely, but ends up disbelieving?

Anyone to whom the message of Islam reaches and they do not accept Islam will be in Hell. Regardless of whether they are deluded into think that their rationale is sound. That is because they fall ...
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Is "imitating disbelievers" interpreted holistically?

Islamic texts say "be different"; not "be mostly different". They never gave it a 'holistic context'. When the Prophet (ﷺ) spoke of imitation v. being different, he spoke on the individual action ...
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Is "imitating disbelievers" interpreted holistically?

You should also take into account the idea that this behavior might be seen as endorsing a Christian ritual or belief even though it might seem unlikely that this might be the impression caused by a ...
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If a 15- to 16-year old became knowledgeable of Islam but refused to enter, if they die will they enter Heaven?

According to Islam, only That person will enter Heaven, who will say Shahada even before last breath , Otherwise not. and in Islam, the Age at which a person's accounting starts, it is the day when ...
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Are Muslims allowed to pray for Kafirs?

Scholars have given different answers to different issues when it comes to praying or making dua' (supplication) for a non-Muslim: Making difference in the cause, intent or goal of the prayer, whether ...
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Are all non-Jewish/Christian/Muslim people kafirs?

If Someone is never been exposed to Islam then he/she is not kaffir as they are unaware.However I have three propositions to this please:- Firstly In the world where Allah has given us ample ...
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