Working as bartender/steward means in the end that part of your work is serving/transporting/selling alcohol - people doing this are cursed according to this hadith:
Al-Tirmidhi Hadith 2776 Narrated by Anas ibn Malik
Allah's Messenger (saws) invoked the curse of Allah on ten people in
connection with wine: the wine-presser, the one who has ...
The act of sharing download files or download links of cracked software (which are not freely available) on your website, and the act of earning money off it, in my opinion, are haram, unless you have the permission (to share their software via download files or help share via download links) of the companies/publishers who develop and sell those software.
I also get a Christmas bonus even though I don't personally celebrate the holiday. In general I think the time of year is just a convenient time to give out bonuses- you could just consider it to be a yearly bonus. It's not given out on the condition that you be an observing Christian- it's given out on the condition that you're a good worker and a loyal ...
After reading this islamqa, I have decided to withdraw from the interview process. Today was my last interview but I sent an email this morning to cancel it.
They called me telling me I was the perfect candidate for them and tried to help and understand my reasons which I did not explain in my withdrawal email. After explaining that as a Muslim, I cannot ...
There is no doubt that using pirated software is not allowed according to Islam, as it is basically stealing.
Another rule in Islam is that you are answerable within your own "circle of control".
Sahih Bukhari: 6719.
'Abdullah ibn Dinar related from 'Abdullah ibn 'Umar that the
Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said,
According to the Hanafi madh'hab, it is permissible to work in a bank as long as the job does not entail direct involvement in something haram (e.g. processing interest-based transactions). So, for example, working as a driver or a guard would be acceptable, since driving and guarding are fundamentally halal activities.
Any money earned therefrom would ...
It is important to understand that most law systems (including Islamic Law) target universal principles and not the modes and means. For example, murdering an innocent person is a crime in itself and is not dependent upon whether the killer used a sword or a gun. If we take your example, then gun was not there in Prophet (SAW)'s era; does this allow people ...
I used to work in them myself but the truth is, whether you deal with interest directly or not, you are aiding and facilitating it- It is haram
'Abdullah bin Masud and Jabir bin Abdullah both reported Rasolullah cursed the accepter of interest and its payer, and one who records it, and the two witnesses, and he said: They are all equal.
Would it be ok to ...
The only problem with present day banks are the interest/usury (riba) that is involved.
If you have no direct involvement in any riba transaction, then it's fine to work there.
'Abdullah bin Masud and Jabir bin Abdullah both reported Rasolullah
cursed the accepter of interest and its payer, and one who records it,
and the two witnesses, and he said:
If there's one thing i avoid then giving advise. And I'm happy that this is hardly on topic here. So let me ask you: Is the job you are asked to do haram or related to haram things/deeds? Does your work help enemies of Islam to defeat Muslims or harm them? Is it any kind of propaganda against Islam or for any other belief?... If you answered any of these ...
The rule is very simple: if you were to stay in your residence and not have your current job, would you have received said commission either way? If the answer is yes, you can take it. If the answer is no (which will almost always be the case), then you are not allowed to take it. The Prophet ﷺ said:
عَنْ أَبِي حُمَيْدٍ السَّاعِدِيِّ ـ رضى الله عنه ـ ...
There are many narrations about working:
Ali bin Abi Hamza says: One day I saw Imam Musa ibn Ja'far (AS) worked
on his farm, and because of hard working was engulfed in sweat from
head to toe. I said: Where are the workers that unless you're working
He said: Who better than me and my dad had his hands on his farm
worked! I said who was ...
Let's start with some examples.
Say you write a book. It took you 6 months to write and publish. I need to use some content from it. But I don't buy the book. Instead, I photocopy a few pages and use them. Will you like this if you knew what I did?
Another one. Say you write a nice program like DreamWeaver. I get a copy of it (pirated), only because it's ...
it is haram if it is lying/cheating/fraud/deception against advertisers who pay money to advertisement system for real advertisement views or clicks or certain actions on target site or by target phone number. and advertisement system is also cheated because it is waiting for true views and clicks from the sites which publish the ads. this site takes money ...
Yes it is halal as there is nothing wrong with recording video games and making walk-throughs, tutorials or anything like that. And many muslims do make their earnings through YouTube.
But make sure to censor any abusive content or any scenes like that. As many modern games contain stuff like that and it is a sin to spread bad things.
In the name of Allah, the most compassionate, the merciful
Concerning what you asked:
Is tobacco sale haram?
The answer is that:
Buying, selling and using it, is not considered as a haram act by itself. But it would be counted as an impermissible practice to buy, sell or use it of it has a remarkable disadvantages for the person… (perhaps you’d consult ...
Nothing. Unless you want to do some research for religious studies where having a hands on experience with that sect, religion is a bonus.
I suspect some have mentioned their father's name as they don't have a last name, their full name is 'John son of Jack'. Or the person was a super-religious but not aware of social norms
Under any circumstances, the answer is the same. The forbiddance of both alcohol and swine is well established in Islam and is not contextual; hence, no specific fatwa is required. Any act that one does to assist oneself or someone else to obtain or consume any such forbidden items is a cooperation on sin and transgression that Allah has commanded us not to ...
Wine is cursed from ten angles: The wine itself, the one who squeezes
(the grapes etc), the one for whom it is squeezed, the one who sells
it, the one who buys it, the one who carries it, the one to whom it is
carried, the one who consumes its price, the one who drinks it and the
one who pours it.
In general, and by logic, it is haram “to ...
I have found a question similar to yours answered from a respected Sheikh.
Here is a quote:
If you're building something that you know - certainly - will be used
primary - for prohibited purposes, such as selling weapons, gambling, liquor or pork products, then this is a prohibited act.
God said: "Aid one another towards the common good and ...
As long as you don't serve (provided it's only serving that you will be doing and not preparing etc) alcohol or any non-halal food, you're all good and your earning is halal, otherwise it's not and it's a sin.
If you're sure you will be able to walk the fine line and pass all such orders consisting of impermissible items to other non-Muslim crew members (...
In the name of Allah, the Entirely Merciful, the Especially Merciful
According to my researches, seemingly, it is better not to accept the gift of non-Muslims. Since accordance to a general rule, the gift could make you indebted to them more than it indebted them to you (as an unwritten law), then that’s why if it is said attempt not to get …
Of course it ...
First lets we look at the whole chapter:
Did We not expand for you, [O Muhammad], your breast?
And We removed from you your burden
Which had weighed upon your back
And raised high for you your repute.
For indeed, with hardship [will be] ease.
Indeed, with hardship [will be] ease.
So when you have finished [your duties], then ...
Well as far as i understand (please correct me if i'm misunderstanding), we have the following Situation:
The Products value is 850$
The Price the Company of your Husband pays is 950$
The vendor gives your Husband the difference right?
Now as your Husband is or should be payed from his company this would be a bribery and this is clearly haram as this ...
my personnal advice is don't work for this, why ?
I remember long time ago (3+ years ago) when i was interested in ads based earning such with bux sites etc...i have read something said by a mufti or a religious person who had knowledge in the Deen.
Let's say it a fatwa, it said that you cannot earn money with something related to something haram, let's say ...