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no you don;t have to go to police office allah say in 5. Al-Maaida (The punishment of those who wage war against Allah and His Messenger, and strive with might and main for mischief through the land is: execution, or crucifixion, or the cutting off of hands and feet from opposite sides, or exile from the land: that is their disgrace in this world, and a ...


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It was a decision that was up to the leader. So if you were the Khalifah, you could have decided to kill the men responsible and it would have been valid because it was according to the Shariah. The Rasool (saw) ordered the killing of Jews because they betrayed treaties he signed with them. Like the Banu Qurayzah, the Rasool (saw) besieged them after they ...


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As a beginner developer myself, I can say it isn’t haram. Whatever they post is on them. Not you, don’t hold yourself responsible. You can’t necessarily control what people post, but you can set up guidelines on what you are allowed to post and what you are not allowed. You could implement a feature similar to what Instagram has that automatically deletes a ...


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I'm not certain but I presume that: it is related to diverse conditions/situations ... Meanwhile, I've figured out the queries precisely, I think: the sin which was committed on confusion (if the intellect really didn't understand) but he/she must compensate the issue which has been missed by his/her act... (of course his introduction act --such as eating ...


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It is halal but to be safe you should do sadaqah in order to stay awar from haram.


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What you may mean is a rather more general hadith about afflicted people The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said: “Whoever sees an afflicted person then says: ‘All praise is due to Allah who saved me from that which He has afflicted you with, and blessed me greatly over many of those whom He has created, (Al-ḥamdulillāhi alladhī āfānī mimmabtalāka bihī wa faḍḍalanī ...


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No, it's not discussed in those terms. Insanity or what would now be termed mental illness, is not considered a separate and distinct category in Islamic law. It's discussed as a cause of legal disability in such broad areas as taxation, marriage, divorce, contracts and religious obligations. This, as all Islamic law, is derived from the Qu'ran, Hadith and ...


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In general, we can talk about answers we receive in prayer. However, this has to be true at least to our own understanding and consciousness. Telling an invented story about a response is abuse and haram because it is a misuse of the name of Allah. There may be a cause to write about our personal experience in prayer but a publication on math problems is ...


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First of all, I don't see the connection between 'solving mathematical problems' and 'praying'. It's a non-sequitur: it doesn't follow. And nor do I see the point of writing something merely for someone not to follow. That's generally not the point of writing. Any depiction of Allah, as you point out is haram. This includes turning Him into a figment of your ...


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The actual wording of the hadith says أم ولد which means that it refers to Mariyah al-Qibtiyyah, the mother of the Prophet's son Ibrahim. The accused was a person who had accompanied her from Egypt, sometimes claimed to be her cousin. He would visit her too often and people speculated that he was attracted to her and had relations with her. It is inferable ...


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