Dear Sheikh! As-Salaam `Alaykum! I am really interested in having a clear information on how Islam view the global civilization; how Islam managed to embrace all different cultures and civilization. Thanks
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. Can we consider Kashmir to be a Muslim land in the sense of saying that Muslims have a legitimate right to claim it? Jazakum Allah khayran.
Dear Sheikh! Kindly inform me about the ruling of smoking according to Islam. Jazakum Allah Khairan
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum wa Ramatullah wa Barakatuh! What does Islam say on the preservation of environment? May Allah bless you all!
I have encountered this question many times from non-Muslims: What will be the destiny of people who live in remote places like the Arctic Circle, and have never heard about Islam and die as a non-Muslims. Will they go to Hell?
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. Non-Muslims often comment about Islam saying that most Muslims are Muslims because of the death penalty for apostasy. Many claim that there is inherent hypocrisy as converts from other religions are eagerly awaited for, while if a Muslim decides not to follow Islam he is put to death. Please clarify.
As-salamu `alaykum. First of all, I would like thank all the brothers and sisters behind IslamOnline who provide this wonderful service. My question is regarding nationalism and whether it is compatible with Islam. My personal view is that Allah created one world for all of humanity and He never divided them into nations or territorial regions. Nationalism and patriotism are practices of jahiliyyah (pre-Islamic ignorance) that run against the fabric of unity and brotherhood that Islam stands for. I believe that there can be only two nations: one in which its people have accepted Islam and are under Islamic rule or a caliphate, the other nation consists of people who refuse to do so. I would like to have the view of scholars on this subject.
Dear scholars, As-Salamu `alaykum. Kindly furnish me with fatwa as to the nature of the war waged by Abu Bakr against the apostates, and tell me: is it true that Islam was originally forced on people?
Dear Sheikh! I have a question to raise. I would like you to enlighten me on the concept of unity in Islam and the effect of the lack of this concept in our modern world?
Dear Sheikh! I would like to know to what extent religion and sports are related? What are the etiquette and the morals by which a Muslim should abide while practicing sports?
As-salam-u-alikumSir I want to ask questions on the following Hadeeth,On the occasion of His Last Hajj, while standing on the camel along with Hazrat Ali (R.A)The Holy Prophet (S.A.W) said,(Meaing of Hadeeth)"Whoever considers me LORD (RAB), he considered ALI (R.A) as RAB. Who ever insulted him, he insulted me.(We often hear these words near 9th and 10th Muharram especially in PAKISTAN) Is there any hadeeth like this?? If yes, is it authentic?? I, rather every muslim, believe that Our Holy Prophet (S.A.W) can't consider himself RAB. My friend also says that we pray to ALLAH through Hazrat ALI (R.A). In other words, he is a source of the acceptance of our prayers.and perhaps I will not be a muslim if I do not believe in this hadeeth.He also says that ALLAH appointed Hazrat Ali (R.A) to distribute Rizq (livelihood).He also says that Hazrat Ali (R.A) and Our Holy Prophet (S.A.W) both are two arms of ALLAH by which ALLAH spreads Food i.e Rizq.He also says that Our Holy Prophet (S.A.W) prayed to ALLAH for help. Then ALLAH blessed him with Hazrat Ali (R.A) as a difficulty-solver. What would you say??? Jazakallah.
We often hear about the tolerance of Islam and its concern for the rights of others, but what happened in Texas was so odd. What is your viewpoint in this regard?
Dear scholars, As-salamu `alaykum. Was there Islam before Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) was sent as a prophet to mankind? I pose this question because I wonder what the following verse refers to: (Ibrahim was not a Jew nor a Christian, but he was (an) upright (man), a Muslim, and he was not one of the polytheists) (Aal `Imran 3: 67). Jazakum Allahu khayran.