Why is Interest so bad?
Riba has the potential to corrupt a society in a way that zina and other crimes can never do. Many religious figures and philosophers have commented about the evil nature of usury (interest):
"To take usury for money lent is unjust in itself, because this is to sell what does not exist, and this evidently leads to inequality which ...
This answer comes from a secular perspective; if it is out of place, let me know and I'll remove it. But I offer it anyway.
Offense has the interesting characteristic in that it is, quite literally, an imaginary thing: in only exists to the observer - it is not a concrete thing by itself. Add religion into that mix and we have ...
I think this photo will speak more than words
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You may say Zuhr and Asr prayer togather and also Maghrib and Esha togather to avoid unnecessary hardship
Ibn 'Abbas reported:
"The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) observed the noon and afternoon prayers together, and the sunset and Isha' prayers together without being in a state of fear or in a state of journey." -Saheeh Muslim
Take a look at these facts:
receiving interest means you get money for literally doing nothing
paying interest means you need to come up with money regardless of whether your business is even making money
interest accumulates over time and often surpasses the original sum you lent
for example: at a rate of 8% over 10 years the interest sums up to 115% of ...
Is magic really real?
Yes it is, and real magic, not just some trick like making a coin disappear but really it is under your hand, or making a pencil go up an down making it seem it is bending, no I am not talking about this. Magic is real, it is a fact just like the evil eye. And to put more emphasis on it's realness/reality, it had affected the ...
There are several ways that Prophet Mohamed (pbuh) had taught the Muslims on how to do salawat and what to say.
Some are as followed:
حَدَّثَنِي سَعِيدُ بْنُ يَحْيَى، حَدَّثَنَا أَبِي، حَدَّثَنَا
مِسْعَرٌ، عَنِ الْحَكَمِ، عَنِ ابْنِ أَبِي لَيْلَى، عَنْ كَعْبِ بْنِ
عُجْرَةَ ـ رضى الله عنه ـ قِيلَ يَا رَسُولَ اللَّهِ، أَمَّا السَّلاَمُ
We say Rady Allahu Anhu (may Allah be pleased with him) when talking about any of the companions or the mothers of believers, including the caliphates.
We can say Rady Allahu Anhu about Ali, as we say Karam Allah Wajhah (may Allah bless his face) as he has never bowed to an idol.
Land-animals are all considered Halal, who fulfill the following requirements:
have flowing blood in them
survive on grass and leaves
do not prey on other animals (i.e. non-predatory terrestrial animals)
is not poisonous or impure
does not consume mostly impure things to the extent that it creates bad odor in its meat and milk
Such as a camel, cow, goat, ...
There is an agreement among All Sunni schools of fiqh about the number of Raka'at in Fardh salat. All agree that:
Fajr: two raka'at
Dhuhr: four raka'at
Asr: four raka'at
Maghrib: three raka'at
Isha': four raka'at
The prophet said:
Narrated Abu Sulaiman and Malik bin Huwairith:
We came to the Prophet () and we were (a few) young men of approximately ...
Arabic: إن شاء الله ; Transliteration: "In-Shaa-Allah"
It means "If Allah Wills". it has nothing to do with, "I want it to happen".
However, people use it when they wish for something good to be happened by Allah.
Basically it comes in no harm to say
"If Allah wills, I will not die a disbeliever"
"If Allah wills, I think I will fail my test" or
You raised very interesting points in your question, I will focus on answering the two major points you asked about are related to:
1- The concept of Infallibility
Understanding this concept will answer your main question why there are differences between Sunna and Shia in Fiqh.
In Shi'a theology, the belief is that the Ahl al-Bayt, including Muhammad, ...
It's not just in Islamic Finance that interest is seen as problematic; the same holds for Christian Finance. For example in the Shakespearean play, A Merchant of Venice, Shylock 'hates' Antonio, a Christian who lends out money gratis (freely) as his religion does not allow usury (interest). Of course this is some time ago. The secular & commercial Europe ...
As Muslims, the first and foremost thing that makes us Muslims is to testify and believe in these lines:
I testify that there is no god worthy of worship but Allah
And Muhammad is his messenger
The second line means a lot more than just what is translated however, and as Muslims we believe that Muhammad is "khaatim al-anbiyaa" which means ...
I do not know much about Abubakr Ahmad Bayhaqi than the fact that he used to collect Hadiths. However, regarding the Sunni schools of fiqh, you should understand few things.
These schools do not exist to exert their opinions as truth to everyone. Rather, they exist to make it easy for a learner to get closer to truth. Be it the Madh'hab of Shafi'i, Malik, ...
In Islam, there are two very different practices that could be considered "magic":
Sihr: This is the magic that's described in Al-Baqarah 102; it is considered evil and its use forbidden to Muslims.
Ruqyah: This refers to incantations (example) which call upon God (often by repeating particular ayat) to treat an ailment or to counteract sihr; often called ...
You may (it is permissible to) pray Dhur and Asr together even if you are not on travel. You can also pray Maghrib and Isha' together if you wish even if you are not traveling.
The Prophet used to make Dhur and asr together, and Maghrib and Isha'
Together in Madinah when there was no danger, rain, or travel.
And that is by making Dhuhr and ...
(Ahl al-Sunnah View)
Its the responsibility of the state to handle this as blasphemy against the Prophet is a punishable crime under Shariah.
There can be two cases of a person who does this:
The person is a Muslim subject of the Islamic state
The person is a non-Muslim subject of the Islamic state (Dhimmi)
In the first case: there is consensus among ...
The issue of Raka'ah in Witr is quite flexible. It doesn't have to be only three. It is reported from the Messenger (salallahu alayhi wassalam) that he performed Witr in various ways and that he commanded similarly. For example,
Duwaid bin Nafi' said: " Ibn Shihab informed me, saying: 'Ata bin
Yazid narrated to me from Abu Ayyub: That the Prophet (...
Let me first correct some of the assumptions in your question before answering it.
There are four major schools of thought today, correct. This is in jurisprudence (fiqh). Wahhabism is not a school of fiqh. These schools of fiqh do not reject one another - in fact they acknowledge and respect one another.
Secondly, it is important to distinguish the ...
The things those are not indicated as haram by Qur'an or Sunnah, are all permissible/Halal. There are no hadith or verse of Qur'an that restricts leasing/renting your property.
First, you need to understand what is 'Rent' and what is 'Interest'.
Renting and interest differ from each other by these aspects:
Interest comes out from ...
According to Tamer's answer on this related question, the general Sunni opinion is that the three-minimum guideline is particularly for when reciting tiny ayat, and that a single ayah can be recited instead so long as it is of significant length. It doesn't elaborate on what counts as a significant length, but one wouldn't need to stretch when declaring ...
Through this Hadith "among" the children rights that the parents have to observe, are:
1- Choose a good name
2- Teach him to read and write
3- Take him a proper wife when becomes adult
The Hadith is:
رسولُ اللّه صلى الله عليه و آله و سلّم : مِن حَقِّ الوَلَدِ على والِدِهِ ثَلاثَةٌ : يُحَسِّنُ اسمَهُ ، ويُعَلِّمُهُالكِتابَةَ ، ويُزَوِّجُهُ إذا ...
I would like to give another solution in which you don't have to marry a second wife or divorce your present wife.
As you mentioned masturbation, what is wrong if you ask your wife to do it for you with her hand. It is completely allowed and there is no difference of opinion among scholars. It will fulfil your needs to a certain extent.
This answer is given from Sunni or Ahlus Sunnah perspective
Praise be to Allah.
Rafa'-Ul-Yadaain, or raising both hands during Salaat is a confirmed Sunnah of our beloved Prophet (SAWS). There are numerous authentic Hadith confirming that Prophet (SAWS) used to do Rafa'-Ul-Yadaain. In fact, Imam Bukhari (Raheemahullah) wrote an entire book on Rafa'-Ul-...
Yes it is.
Allah mentions in the Quran, the people for whom funeral is not allowed:
وَلَا تُصَلِّ عَلَىٰ أَحَدٍ مِّنْهُم مَّاتَ أَبَدًا وَلَا تَقُمْ عَلَىٰ قَبْرِهِ ۖ إِنَّهُمْ كَفَرُوا بِاللَّهِ وَرَسُولِهِ وَمَاتُوا وَهُمْ فَاسِقُونَ
And do not pray over any of them who has died - ever - or stand at his grave. Indeed, they disbelieved in Allah and His ...
Certainly by several evidence and sources of the Qur'an and the Hadith, that in hereafter soul will re-link with the body, both in terms of reward (in Paradise) or punishment (in the hellfire) ...
وَضَرَبَ لَنَا مَثَلًا وَنَسِيَ خَلْقَهُ ۖ قَالَ مَن يُحْيِي الْعِظَامَ
And applies comparisons to Us, having forgotten his origin, and ...
Shafa'ah means asking for forgiveness, Prophet Mohammad and Mala'eka can do shafa'ha, and no , it is not shirk , as there is this Hadith that tells us that there is a Doa' said after Azan , if we said it , we receive prophet's Mohammad shafa'ah . So basically , saying the Doa' is asking for the shafa'ah which is not shirk.
As for others who can shafa'ah :