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بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيمِ What haram is stays haram and for the opposite it's also true. As for sitting with those who drink alcohol it's disapproved to do it. Umar bin al-Khattab رضي الله عنه said: O people, I heard the Messenger of Allah ﷺ say: `Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, let him not sit at a table where alcohol is being passed ...


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salaam, No, you are there doing your job. As long as you don't take part in consumption, its should be fine. :) My coworkers for instance, go to happy hour a lot, and as long as I am not taking part in it, I know that I am not committing sin. :) Best, Michelle


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Strictly speaking istikharah is a prayer or consultation-prayer that has been introduced for Muslims in first place. A short clarification: its pre requirements are taharah -ritual purity- which means one should be Muslim (first), perform (at least) wudu' -ablution- or whatever is necessary to be in a pure state. Then one should pray a two raka'a sunnah or ...


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As-salaam walikum Brother, The answer is no. This is because: She might be attracted to you. Which is likely as most women are attracted to men. This increases the chance of zina, which is less likely in your case but more likely if you openly talk to non-Mahrams?


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Assalamu alaikum Your father should be encouraged to come near to Allah, and be reminded of his meeting with Him and should be made aware that these actions he is doing is totally horrific and totally contradicts fatherhood and that he will be made accountable for them in front of Allah if he wasn't to change his ways for the best and make amends with those ...


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Yes that is absolutely fine, Islam doesn’t tell you to persevere in harm done to you by your parents. Report him to the authorities if you think living with him could cause such a event to occur again. If you don’t want to go that far, at least keep a distance from him like not being alone in a room with him. It is a parent’s duty to look after their ...


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I am assuming that the person is still alive. In this case it is not possible for you to discharge the obligation of Salah on their behalf, if you do so it will still remain due on them. وأن ليس للإنسان إلا ما سعى And that there is not for man except that for which he strives — Quran 53:39 وأجمعوا أن لا يصلي أحد عن أحد And there is consensus that no one can ...


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