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Yes, in Islam, it is permissible to kill your opponent as self defense. But it's best if you could wound him and save your life (only in case you think it is possible). But if someone attacks you, then there is nothing wrong in attacking back and killing the opponent. There wont be any sin on you. This hadith gives clear answer to this point of view: It ...


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As far as I searched, it has mentioned approximately 10 items in regard to repelling and defense which seems four of them are related to the military defense. Of course apparently it has not mentioned directly regarding self-defense, but anyhow it could be inferred from the text that it is people obligation to do it in some ways. فَهَزَمُوهُم بِإِذْنِ ...


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Two of the popular verses that comes to mind are Al Baqarah verse 195: And spend in the way of Allah and do not throw [yourselves] with your [own] hands into destruction [by refraining]. And do good; indeed, Allah loves the doers of good. Source: http://quran.com/2/195 and An Nisa verse 29: O you who have believed, do not consume one another's wealth ...


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In regard to the initial part of your question that you pointed to the story of Habu and Kabu (abel & cain) (هابیل و قابیل ), you also mentioned that " one side didn't fight back the murder but simply warn the other side of the hell fire" So, the verse below (4:93) could be related with that story: وَمَن يَقْتُلْ مُؤْمِنًا مُّتَعَمِّدًا فَجَزَاؤُهُ ...


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According to a general Islamic law, self-defense is considered as a Wajib (mandatory) practice. Then in the mentioned issue, you are allowed to throw stone at rabid dog. Of course you should pay attention that do the mentioned act in cases that you have no other chooses (such as escaping..), otherwise annoying animals would be considered as a bad practice (...


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At the first place, there is no hitting each other in anger in Islam. Everyone is supposed to be patient and forgive each others' deeds. Hitting is not the solution. Although, this is a bit out of context, but I thought could be helpful, And if you fear dissension between the two, send an arbitrator from his people and an arbitrator from her people. If ...


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According to Islam, you cannot do more than the disadvantage which the second person caused …. (apparently) But I assume it is better to mention that according to the holy Quran, : «ادْفَعْ بِالَّتی‏ هِیَ أَحْسَنُ» Fend (repel) the hardness(badness) by goodness Of course seemingly according to Islam, (in the mentioned issue if someone hits you), ...


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Note that my answer here could also be helpful to some extent as it refers to these verses. Let's start with the Verse 22:39, : أذن للذين يقاتلون بأنهم ظلموا وإن الله على نصرهم لقدير Some of the accepted readings are: I'm quoting them for this Verse only as I've already started with that in my comments, but now had the time to check reliable sources, ...


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I disagree with the term "Rights of Body" it's more like you have obligations towards your physical body, like you cannot harm it, or you cannot do something which will harm it (there are exceptions, though). As for illness, there's a hadith that, God created every illness and cure for every illness, so seek out the cure (translations may differ slightly). I ...


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