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Using the term "adore" to describe love for persons and objects
There is no objection to this in Islamic law so long as the thing adored is permissible. This is void of any sort of comparison between the Creator, Exalted be Him, and the created object since they are of two different ...
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 ...
Loving God more than the Prophet (peace be upon him) or anyone else. Is this permissible?
Loving God the Almighty means willingly worshiping Him while loving the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him). Thus, there is a difference between loving God and the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) because ...
A man is taking care of his mother-in-law after his wife’s death, is he still a mahram to her?
God the Almighty says in the chapter of Al-Nisaa, “You are forbidden to take as wives your mothers, daughters, sisters, paternal and maternal aunts, the daughters of brothers and daughters of sisters, your milk-mo ...
Is it permissible to raise voices while following the funeral procession?
It is disliked to make loud noises while following the funeral procession whether by an instrument such as the drum or by human voices, because the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) forbade this. Evidence - Ibn ...
Why Muslims are connecting the testimony of God's unity with the messengership of Prophet Muhammad?
The meaning of connecting “There is no god but God,” and “Muhammad is the Messenger of God,” is to make clear the accepted manner of worship. The phrase, “There is no god but God,” mea ...
Holding two congregational prayers concurrently in the same
Holding two congregational prayers concurrently in the same mosque is one of the issues that causes problems among people. The ruling differs according to whether the mosque has an appointed imam; it causes fitna, and so ...
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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