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Does gender discrimination exist in Islam?
In mentioning gender roles in Islam, we should first differentiate between equality and equivalency. In this context, equivalency means disregarding the biological and physiological differences between males and females; ...
Reading romantic novels
Love is an innate involuntary feeling for which no one can be blamed. It is one of the most sublime feelings that all beings share. A Muslim is free to read whatever genres of books he/she likes; however, one must avoid ...
What does Islam say about the feelings of love between the two genders?
A Muslim is not blameworthy for the chaste involuntarily love and the mere good feelings he/she has towards another person of the opposite sex. Love is one of the most sublime feelings that all beings share. The Prophet ...
Combining the intention of fasting on six days of Shawwal with the intention of making up the missed fast-days of Ramadan
The merit of fasting on six days of Shawwal Abu Ayub Al-Ansari narrated that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said: "Whoever fasts Ramadan and follows it with six days of Shawwal is as though he has f ...
The takbirs said before the Eid prayers
Saying the takbir in ‘Eid is recommended. Nothing specific concerning the phrasing of takbir was mentioned in the purified Sunna. However some of the Companions – such as Salman al-Farisi – used to ma ...
Purchasing an apartment through a bank
In our present times, new transactions such as purchasing an apartment through a bank, have appeared. The buyer makes a down payment and the bank pays the rest of the price on his behalf ...
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