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Tag: Leadership الإمامة

Is there offensive jihad in Islam?

December 9, 2016
Is there offensive jihad in Islam?

“Verily, Allah does not love transgressors.”

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Protection of civilian non-combatants in Islam

April 3, 2016
Protection of civilian non-combatants in Islam

“People do not betray their covenants except that Allah will let their enemies overpower them.”

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Should we destroy the graves of pious Muslims?

November 11, 2015
Should we destroy the graves of pious Muslims?

“There is no condemnation of others in matters of scholarly disagreement.”

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The purpose of armed jihad in Islam

October 16, 2015
The purpose of armed jihad in Islam

“He who fights to make the word of Allah highest is fighting in the cause of Allah.”

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There is no theology of rape in Islam

August 20, 2015
There is no theology of rape in Islam

“The scholars agreed that the rapist must be given legal punishment if there is clear evidence against him,”

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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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Islam at war with the world? Dar Al-Harb explained

November 21, 2014
Islam at war with the world? Dar Al-Harb explained

“The division of countries into the land of unbelief and Islam is a matter for judicial reasoning,”

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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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Ibn Qudamah on the prostration of forgetfulness, Sujud As-Sahwa

July 31, 2014
Ibn Qudamah on the prostration of forgetfulness, Sujud As-Sahwa

“Forgetfulness is one of three types: an addition, an omission, and a doubt.”

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