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There is no law in the Quran or sunnat to prohibit such an action. In Islam, if something is not prohibited, then it is halal. Allah only prohibits leaving the Muslims aside and being allies with non-Muslims. يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُواْ لاَ تَتَّخِذُواْ الْكَافِرِينَ أَوْلِيَاء مِن دُونِ الْمُؤْمِنِينَ أَتُرِيدُونَ أَن تَجْعَلُواْ لِلّهِ عَلَيْكُمْ ...


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Both are prohibted.As in Islam it is strictly prohibted to touch a stranger for women and men.Even both hand shakers are muslim(even man or woman) or one is muslim and other one is non muslim Surah An-Nur, Verses 30 and 31 'And Say to the believing women to lower their gaze (from looking at forbidden things), and protect their private parts (from illegal ...


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First of all, the default in Islam is that anything that is not forbidden is allowed. I am scratching my head on this one. I am a little alarmed that you are panicking about being a sinner because your husband touches you. I am frankly perplexed by the question. Rest assured, there is nothing for you to repent from. And second, please keep in mind that ...


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Menses entails ritual impurity similar to defecation, urination and ejaculation. It does not however make a woman inherently unclean or untouchable, similar to how urination does not make someone inherently unclean or untouchable. Ablution and Bath(Ghusl) removes ritual impurity. Men and women don't shake hands because its disliked to touch someone from ...


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There is nothing wrong with shaking-hands with a non-mahram if they extend one to you. But there are limitations, i.e. the handshake should not be lascivious (rarely but mentioning it just in case) and shouldn't involve skin contact with a non-mahram. The latter limitation needs elaboration. One cannot shake-hands, or have physical contact (generally ...


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The above answer doesn't provide any of the proofs given by the one holding the opinion that it is prohibited for opposite genders to shake hands. Their proofs are linked in his answer to this answer in islamQA though, but not mentioned here. I will answer from the standpoint that it generally is allowed to shake hands with opposite genders (while it is ...


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Well i'm not a scholar and my answer will be based on my own opinion and i will try to explain it. Acts should be considered or judged according the intention, this is something that we as humans in most cases can't do. But according to what you quoted this man wanted to show that Islam or Muslims are not only violent and hate non-Muslims and that they also ...


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The reason is the same, it is to be on a safer side from falling prone to... 'falling prone to' sin. The more cautious you are, the more safer it is. And if you find it strange and confused, then it is your culture which made you get accustomed with such a thing. But, for a girl who wishes to be on a safer side, she prefers to the follow rules. May the ...


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بسم الله الرحمن الرحیم In regard to your question that asked What is the ruling of shaking-hands with a non-mahram who is non-Muslim? Based on Shia perspective regarding shaking hands to non-mahram, this is not allowed to shake hands to non-mahram even though s/he is non-Muslim. Acutally there is no difference which religion s/he is from, haply it ...


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