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Perhaps they will give you a better insight and how you can deal with your situation.
We must acknowledge that we believe out of our faith to Muhammad (p.b.u.h). Out of this belief, it is hard to see people who do not have this faith. From our belief, it is a good deed to make them convert. However, from their belief, it isn't.
Tolerance begins where acceptance is no more possible.
As a Muslim living in a Non-Muslim country I must say that we ...
Bismillah. Alhamdulillahi rabbil-'alamin was-Salatu was-Salam 'ala Sayyidil-Mursalin wa 'ala 'Alihi wa Sahbihi Ajma'in.
AFAK, car races are organized to win prize money. And whether it is Halal for a Muslim, to pursue career as a Professional Race Car Driver, is under big doubt as Prophet (ﷺ) forbade prizes for racing except for racing camels, or horses or ...
"The majority of scholars say that his prayer is interrupted in the sense of being rendered imperfect, but the correct view is that it is interrupted in the sense that he has to repeat it. So if it is an obligatory prayer then he has to repeat it. So he has to repeat it if one ...
If you knew it was a sin to walk in front of the one who was praying and you walked in front of the one praying, then this is haram and you have to repent.
If the one praying had a sutra or something the size of a saddle's back/cantle in front of him then there is no problem.
From what I learned in Islamic schools for many years, a leader in Islam should be selected based on the shura system and Majlis ash-Shura. The shura system means Islamic scholars hold meetings and discuss among them to determine the best leaders who are eligible to lead the country.
In other words, it is not an election or a monarchy as practiced by Muslim ...
No. Jizyah is only due from adult, sane, free, males from the disbelievers.
The basic evidence for this is the verse:
قاتلوا ... حتى يعطوا الجزية
Fight ... until they give the jizyah
— Quran 9:29
Jizyah is an escape from fighting and execution, while it is forbidden to fight or kill women in the first place, so they don't require the protection of Jizya.
I wouldn't consider it to be haram.
You are not responsible for whatever someone does with the money you give them.
For example, You lend your friend $10. Now, what your friend does with that money is up to him and Allah. If he spends it on good, then it's good. If he spends it on bad, then it's on him, not you because you're not responsible for that money ...