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Do the principles of Islamic finance apply to central banking?
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In simplest terms, Islamic principles need to apply to all aspects of life and government. Which means the principles of Islamic finance need to apply to all financial transactions, regardless of ...

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Are Islamic Car Financing Halal?
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How do you think business works if they aren't allowed to make a profit? You are agreeing to buy a commodity from them; they are agreeing to sell that commodity to you for a specific price. As long as ...

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How do we know quran is from god
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We don't "know" anything of the sort. That's what imaan is for.

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Can a day in the Gregorian calendar correspond to two different days in the Islamic Hijri Calendar?
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Each day in the Hijri calendar traditionally starts at sunset, not midnight as in the Gregorian calendar, so each Hijri day would actually span two Gregorian days sunset to sunset. In addition, months ...

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Why does law of attraction work?
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I want a sandwich. I believe that if I go into the kitchen, get some bread and cheese from the fridge, I will end up with a sandwich. Does this go against God? No. Does believing that I'll end up with ...

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Did The Prophet Drink Wine?
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The hadith in question is easily found on sunnah.com (https://sunnah.com/muslim:2011a). The drink that is translated as "wine" in your copy is actually referring to "nabidh", which ...

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Is my Ghusl Right?
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I know of no evidence that the prophet ever required — or even used — soap to perform the minor or major ablutions. As long as your intent was appropriate and all applicable body parts are touched by ...

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What hadith is this?
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It is not a hadith. Al-Bukhari recorded it in his Sahih under one of the chapter headings in the book of Tawhid, but only as a educated opinion on the chapter topic rather than as a hadith from the ...

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Was Rome ever conquered by the Muslims as this hadith suggests?
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The Arabic in that hadith literally just says "…والروم…" ("…and Rome…") It doesn't say, or even imply, anything about conquering, much less being conquered by Muslims. The sign ...

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Why is acting on homosexuality a sin?
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Allah is the only one who can decide what is or is not a sin, and He is under no obligation to explain why. It doesn't matter how many arguments you make or refute, or how harmless you think it is, ...

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Can the Qur'an help revise the common historical view of crucifixion?
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Doubtful. The Qur'an is not a book of history. Even if one were to accept that every word in it is literally and completely accurate, all this ayah "proves" is that Pharaoh once threatened ...

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Is there a contradiction in the number of times ablution should be performed?
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There is no contradiction, you are simply misreading what the hadith are saying. Of the three, the only one that actually claims how the ablution "should" be performed is the third one. And ...

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title of chapter of Sahih Muslim book 10(hadith 3901) by Imam Nawawi
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The Arabic word in issue here is الحيوان: Translating this as "animal" as was done here is technically valid (and by the same technicality, all humans are animals, not just the slaves), but ...

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Is it okay for a girl child to have her fathers first name instead of the last/family name?
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Surnames, as we know them, weren't really a thing for Arabs during the time of the prophet. Rather, they were identified using a patronym e.g. "Muhammad ibn Abdullah" (Muhammad, son of ...

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Does weather effect prayer time?
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Prayer times are traditionally calculated according to the position of the sun, regardless of the weather. There is typically a 90 minute window (varies by season and location) for praying maghrib for ...

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Life span of muslim ummah and jews working more than muslims
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Allah is not actually a man who employed some laborers. The Jews, Christians and Muslims aren't actually laborers who worked a fraction of a day for fixed wages. No hypothetical Jews or Christians ...

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What is the original reading?
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Allah revealed the Qur'an in Arabic, not English. Translations of the Qur'an are not the Qur'an. At best, they're interpretations. As interpretations, each translator may or may not take different ...

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How do we know the meaning of Arabic words hasn't changed?
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You see, the problem here is that the Arabic language has changed. Which can be said for pretty much any other language that has been in use for over fourteen centuries. Arabic, as it is commonly ...

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Does Islam clash with the "Do whatever you want" ideology?
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Yes, Islam has rules. But then again, so does pretty much any ideology outside of outright anarchy. If anyone considers being expected to follow rules as "oppressive", that says far more ...

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Why islam is considered as "only" "one" "true" path, whereas nature provides multiple reasons to believe otherwise?
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Truth is not subjective. Something is either true, or it is not. Your four-point criteria, on the other hand, is subjective. You may use it to decide what you choose to believe or disbelieve about the ...

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Distribution of the blame on the rapist and the victim
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And no bearer of burdens will bear the burden of another. And if a heavily laden soul calls [another] to [carry some of] its load, nothing of it will be carried, even if he should be a close relative. ...

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What does Islam think is the problem with atheism?
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The "flaw" in atheism, according to Islam, is that they believe in things that are not true, such as the idea that Allah does not exist, or that Muhammad was not His messenger, or that the Qur'an is ...

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Did Muhammad write a book about a camel going to heaven?
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The story in question is described in Saint John of Damascus' writings, which I will quote here: Then there is the book of The Camel of God. About this camel [Muhammad] says that there was a camel ...

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Do we believe in fairytales that are not scientific?
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That all depends on whether you choose to put your faith in Allah or in the Scientific Method. The Scientific Method is a great tool for understanding the universe and all of Creation, but it is ...

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How to Calculate Zakah on Amount from Salary?
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It sounds to me like you already know how to calculate zakat. Zakat is due on whatever balances you have maintained for a year or longer at the time of payment, as long as you have reached the nisab. ...

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What is the evidence for General (any-case) Polygamy?
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The general principle in Islamic jurisprudence, when not dealing with acts of worship, is that everything is halal unless there's evidence showing it to be haram. The concept of marriage, which ...

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Is Earth's Orbit and relation between the Sun and the Moon are properly described in Quran?
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No, it is not. 1 Alif, Lam, Meem. 2 This is the Book about which there is no doubt, a guidance for those conscious of Allah - 3 Who believe in the unseen, establish prayer, and spend out of ...

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Ramadan Taraweeh At Home
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The taraweeh prayer during Ramadan is a confirmed sunnah of the prophet, but it is not considered obligatory. If you missed it then you missed it, but there is no sin on you for that and there is no ...

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Why is zina forbidden?
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Zina is forbidden because Allah has explicitly forbidden it in the Qur'an: ولا تقربوا الزنا إنه كان فاحشة وساء سبيلا And do not approach zina (unlawful sexual intercourse). Indeed, it is ever ...

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Is there a better term than 'calculator' available here?
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In Arabic, the word used is "العادّون", and it's basically an agent noun for the verb "to calculate" or "to count". In much the same way that a "writer" is "one who writes" and a "baker" is "one who ...

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