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Tag: Excommunication التكفير

Is it required for Muslims to have one ruler?

February 3, 2015
Is it required for Muslims to have one ruler?

“Do not be among those who commit idolatry or those who divided their religion and became sects.”

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Separation of Mosque and State in Islam?

February 2, 2015
Separation of Mosque and State in Islam?

“Religious values should have a positive influence on the government but the government should not be allowed to misuse religion.”

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Celebrating the Prophet’s birthday in Islam

January 6, 2015
Celebrating the Prophet’s birthday in Islam

Celebrating the birthday of Prophet Muhammad is a very controversial practice in Islam on which reputable scholars disagree.

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Dangers of takfir, declaring Muslims to be apostates

November 4, 2014
Dangers of takfir, declaring Muslims to be apostates

“I will not declare anyone from this nation to be an unbeliever.”

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Are the hadith of the black flags authentic?

October 2, 2014
Are the hadith of the black flags authentic?

“Muslim groups must be judged by their actions and not the color of the flags they wave.”

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Islam rejects the call of ISIS to murder civilians

September 24, 2014
Islam rejects the call of ISIS to murder civilians

“When it is said to them do not cause corruption on the earth, they say we are but reformers.”

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Dangers of the Khawarij ideology of violence

June 24, 2014
Dangers of the Khawarij ideology of violence

“They will pass through the religion just as an arrow pierces its target and they will not return to it just as the arrow does not return to the bow.”

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Islam advocates non-violent reform of unjust rulers

July 15, 2013
Islam advocates non-violent reform of unjust rulers

“You should listen and obey them even if the ruler strikes your back and takes your wealth.”

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Ibn Al-Qayyim on ignorance as an excuse for unbelief

March 3, 2013
Ibn Al-Qayyim on ignorance as an excuse for unbelief

“If one of these matters of faith is denied out of ignorance or misinterpretation, then he is excused and the one who did so does not become an unbeliever.”

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Is it permissible for Muslims to pray over a Muslim who committed suicide?

February 21, 2013
Is it permissible for Muslims to pray over a Muslim who committed suicide?

Answered by Abu Amina Elias for FaithinAllah.org Question: There is a Muslim in our community who has killed himself. Is it permissible to pray the funeral prayer over him? Answer: In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful A Muslim who commits suicide is considered as having committed a major sin, but they do […]

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