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Why prophet (s.a) had his armor mortgaged with a Jew?

The hadith says that the Prophet ﷺ bought grain from a Jew in a contract where cash payment was to be made at a future date and he deposited his armor as a security for that. I am not really sure why ...
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Riba and loan interest

Riba is haram because Allah says so (Quran 2:275-279), there does not need to be any justification for it as commands are primarily given to test compliance. And Allah is not bound to make His ...
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Riba and loan interest

Usury/Riba is forbidden in Islam (3:130) because it is very cruel/harsh on the person that took the lone. Usually a person that is desperately poor takes a lone but when he has to give back multiples ...
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Am I exempted if I take this student loan involving riba?

"O believers! Do not consume interest, multiplying it many times over. And be mindful of Allah, so you may prosper." -Qur'an 3:130 "and for their charging Ribā (usury or interest) ...
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Can we perform hajj or umrah with loan money?

The islamic scholars are in agreement that Hajj is only obligatory on those who are capable of that because Allah said: {And [due] to Allah from the people is a pilgrimage to the House - for whoever ...
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Is it halal to take a student finance loan for education?

Assalamu alaikum, a) There is one type of student loan where you can pay back within a certain period, without giving any interest. This is halal if all are paid-back without any extra money (...
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Can I take loan for my mother's Hajj

Since she can not afford, then she is not required to perform Haj. As for the loan, if you mean a loan that can generate any interest then it is Haram and she must not do it. If someone like a ...
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