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Why are there imams that don't respect other religions?

Well being disrespectful towards other religions isn't what Islam teaches it's followers. The Prophet(SAW) would engage in discussion with the Jews and used to tell them that Musa(AS) was his brother (...
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What to do when Mushaf is dropped or comes in contact with someones feet?

Kissing the Mushaf if it falls by the Sheikh Saalih al-Fouzaan -may Allah preserve him- [Reference below] Question: May Allah give you good possessor of excellence, the Questioner asks: Some ...
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Is it Permissible Using Plural Of Respect for ALLAH in Supplication in mother tongue?

Mufti Akmal answered this question for example here and here regarding the usage of آپ (Aap) in Urdu, I guess it would be a similar case for Hindi: He says that it is permitted but not appropriate to ...
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Is it ok to raise my voice to my parents in a respectful way?

Raising the voice is a universal sign of disrespect. Allah (ﷻ) said: يا أيها الذين آمنوا لا ترفعوا أصواتكم فوق صوت النبي ولا تجهروا له بالقول كجهر بعضكم لبعض أن تحبط أعمالكم وأنتم لا تشعرون O you who ...
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What does "to pay respect to a non-moslem" mean, and does it express unbelief?

Without seeing more it's hard to say what the author meant. Also I'm not sure if he means: respect to a non-Muslim (as a person) respect to a non-Muslim's action If he means action, well if it's a ...
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Are there any laws in islam that tells us it is a must to have marital intercourse upon closed doors?

In Islam, it is haram to have marital intercourse in front of others, unless the onlooker is a child who doesn't understand what it is. The correct view concerning this matter is that it is haraam to ...
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Is respect the main objective of all acts of worship?

As'salaamu alaikum. The ultimate purpose for the revelation of the religion of Islam is to teach humanity what it must and should do to prepare for the coming of the Day of Judgment. Everything - and ...
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When someone greets me with "salaam," is it more proper to respond "salaam," or should I respond "as-salamu alaykum"?

Saying: Salaam is an incomplete greeting. And Allah the almighty taught us how to respond: And when you are greeted with a greeting, greet [in return] with one better than it or [at least] ...
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Respect of children

Protecting the rights of children is sometimes considered so great that it is also considered as protecting the privacy of parents. Traditions in which there is talk of protecting the rights of ...
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Respect of children

"Although the father deserves to be warned (of divine punishment) for his sin and neglect of shar‘i duties, disobedient children and those who do not treat their parents kindly are also warned about ...
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Is saying ¨See you in hell¨ Haram?

It is haram to say to or about a person who is or died as a believer that he/she is (or will be) in Jahannam (Hell). As we only know that disbelievers will end up in hell: Indeed, they who ...
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Is saying ¨See you in hell¨ Haram?

In the name of God, the Beneficent, the Merciful Your question: Is saying “see you in Hell” haram? Answer: God Says: [He is] Knower of the Ghaeeb [future and unseen] and the witnessed, the Grand, ...
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Is saying ¨See you in hell¨ Haram?

First and foremost, the person who says it has no right to say so, because we never know where we will end up and we cant decide for each other either. Only God can judge us. So to answer your ...
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Is it ok to use Allah's name as many say "Oh, my God!" or "Gosh"?

As an Arabian we actually say 'ya Allah' a lot for different situations, so I think it's fine to say 'oh, Allah' and I am sure you will not use Allah name in inappropriate situations.
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Is parent respect and care due even if they abused you?

Here is some ayat : Quran 58:22 لَا تَجِدُ قَوْمًا يُؤْمِنُونَ بِاللَّهِ وَالْيَوْمِ الْآخِرِ يُوَادُّونَ مَنْ حَادَّ اللَّهَ وَرَسُولَهُ وَلَوْ كَانُوا آبَاءَهُمْ أَوْ أَبْنَاءَهُمْ أَوْ ...
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Does Islam encourage the kissing of an elder person's hands and feet?

The prophet (Saw) has not explicity encouraged the kissing of hands and feet of the eledery and respected, but he has allowed it - as long as there is no risk of it being interpreted as shirk. In ...

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