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Why didn't Muhammad execute the Jew who poisoned him?

The punishment for such an act would be execution at the discretion of the Prophet ﷺ, just as the behavior of the Sahaba and the Prophet ﷺ in this incident demonstrates. In this instance the Prophet ﷺ ...
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Will the hand of a Jew be cut for stealing?

The default rule is that Dhimmis are subject to all the laws of Islam, with only minor exceptions (personal religious matters such as the drinking of wine). Theft is not an exception but rather ...
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Are Muslim-Majority states required to have an Islamic Government?

A Muslim who is in charge of legislation is not obliged to make Sharia legislation the stately law, which is applied to all people living in the territory. This practice not to impose Islamic Sharia ...
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Is fulfillment based on emotional or logical obligations?

Walaikum assalaam. There are two types of 'emotions': Built-in emotions.. these exist in every single human being. Like hating hunger and thirst, hating to fight in a war, etc... You can't get rid ...
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Are Muslim-Majority states required to have an Islamic Government?

The question seems simple, but there's a few layers to this that need to be unpacked before it can really be answered. In general, people are judged according to their own actions: The ruler of the ...
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Are Muslim-Majority states required to have an Islamic Government?

Yes it is obligatory on Muslims to rule according to Islamic laws. This is stated with the Quran: وأن احكم بينهم بما أنزل الله ولا تتبع أهواءهم And judge between them by what Allah has revealed and ...
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Till what limits is it completely fard on a son/daughter to obey his/her parents?

Unless your parents order you to do anything against shariah, you should obey their order. If your parents force you to do something against shariah, don't do it by saying to them politely, "I ...
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