Are elections, to choose your leader, allowed in Islam?
Scholars have agreed and are not in difference, that election is 100% valid when restricted to the Ahlul Hulli Al Uqd (أهل الحل والعقد) who are the group which has the power the choose and give Bay'ah to the Imam, and take it away. Scholars have differed when it comes to election when made general for ...
Islam is not a personal religion.
The Islamic laws cover
social issues (e.g. marriage),
economic issues (e.g. permissible trades, inheritance, taxation),
judicial and legal issues (punishment for crimes like murder and theft),
political issues (e.g. war),
and so on.
Many of these laws are explicitly stated in Quran (e.g. see the second half of البقره)....
Absolutely they should!
Contrary to popular belief, God (through His Quran) promotes a democratic system where participation of all citizens is encouraged and facilitated (58:11). Furthermore, He requires election of officials based on qualifications and principles of justice (4:58), and consultation and representation in public affairs (42:38).
58:11 O ...
It's important to recognize here that there were two major periods in Muhammad's ministry:
The Makkan period, where Muslims lived under non-Muslim rule
The Madinan period, where Muhammad had the power to impose Muslim rule
Much of the Mekkan period was as you describe, where the state did nothing to watch over Muslim behavior (not insofar as ensuring it ...
Before answering one must be aware that voting or not at the end is a private decision!
On the meaning of 5:51
There's a relation between verse 5:51 and verses such as 3:28, 3:118 for the last verse imam al-Qurtobi in his tafsir said that scholars are in consensus that it isn't right to take the disbelievers, Jews, Christians, people following wrong ...
Basically the definition of politics in Islam is not so much of out of Islam. But the source of laws for political laws are different. In Islam the sources of political laws are the Qur'an and authentic hadith. But in out of Islam the source of political laws are different theories made by humans. In fact in Islam the source of Islamic laws are God and out ...
In short, yes a muslim can vote for a non muslim governor/president.
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The answer here would depend on many factors I'd say.
Now, in your case it seems you live in a muslim majority country (Indonesia). So that would be a very hugh factor in the answer. But I am not going to answer in according to that, because I do ...
This depends on the terms of the treaty and other circumstances surrounding it. In general, a temporary peace treaty is permissible when it is deemed necessary or would serve some interest.
وإن جنحوا للسلم فاجنح لها وتوكل على الله إنه هو السميع العليم
And if they incline to peace, then incline to it [also] and rely upon Allah. Indeed, it is He who is the ...
Consider that the charity we give is part of our wealth and Allah (ﷻ) said its OK to disclose that publicly. There are "observers" in this case of charity too but so long as our intentions are pure, we can disclose that information as per the guidance of Allah (ﷻ). By extension, we can conclude that there's nothing wrong with disclosing overall wealth if it ...
There are a few ahadith that go ahead with the meaning you quoted:
Two men from my tribe and I entered upon the Prophet. One of the two men said to the Prophet, "O Allah's Messenger (ﷺ)! Appoint me as a governor," and so did the second. The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "We do not assign the authority of ruling to those who ask for it, nor to those who are keen to ...
Is using VPN to do online surveys haram?
It depends what are you doing in surveys. VPN is a tool used for different purposes. Take an example of knife, we can use it to kill somebody but this does not make it haram, only bad acts are haram i.e killing.
In Islam there be concept of Khilafat. The only authority who can make laws is Allah, and the Khalifah is only there as custodian to enforce those laws. People must submit to these laws whether they like them or not.
In democracy laws are made by the vote of the majority of people or their representatives, whatever the majority agrees upon is declared ...
The article quotes the following verse:
Men are in charge of women by [right of] what Allah has given one over
the other and what they spend [for maintenance] from their wealth. So
righteous women are devoutly obedient, guarding in [the husband's]
absence what Allah would have them guard. [4:34]
It is clear from the context that men means husbands ...
I think your approach to politics and Islam is not right. Islam does not define a political system and it is not concerned with any particular type of system.
Islam came to purify human beings. This purification is required in personal as well as social matters. This purification is required in thought, speech, and actions. Some things are common among ...
First of all, let me present to you some other translations of the same verse:
Muhammad is the messenger of Allah. And those with him are hard
against the disbelievers and merciful among themselves. Thou (O
Muhammad) seest them bowing and falling prostrate (in worship),
seeking bounty from Allah and (His) acceptance.... -- M. M. Pickthall
Muhammad is the ...
Is it allowed?
Yes/No. Ultimately yes.
Are you allowed to choose who will be the prophet? Who will be prophet's successor? Absolutely not. Why? Because normal people can't see what's inside a person's heart. That knowledge only belongs to Allah.
وَاللَّهُ عَلِيمٌ بِذَاتِ الصُّدُورِ
And Allah is Knowing of that
within the hearts.
Refer to this verse 11:6 Allah provisions all creatures. But it doesn't mean poverty. Allah wants us to go out of the house for making money for our households from Halal ways. We have many Hadiths which show that how we can make our provision more and by what sins our provision goes less.
I couldn't find the related Hadith in English. But I will put the ...
First there are many Islamic opinions which consider Democracy to be Shirk.
An excerpt from the fatwa at Islamqa says:
Undoubtedly the democratic system is one of the modern forms of shirk,
in terms of obedience and following, or legislation, as it denies the
sovereignty of the Creator and His absolute right to issue laws, and
ascribes that right ...