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  • Not Disbelief to Love or Admire the Character of a Disbeliever Date: 22-9-2020

    Assalamu alaikumIf there is a non muslim who is generally friendly and polite to muslims but on one occasion he made fun of Islam, if you have like a little liking for him still because he still respects you mostly, is this kufr or not?Jazak Allah khair .. More

  • To Believe That Allah Dwells in Human Bodies Is Major Disbelief Date: 1-9-2020

    Can God dwell in human beings? .. More

  • Laughing at A Mockery Does Not Mean Being Content With It Date: 8-1-2020

    Assalamu'alaikum Warahmatullah ya Syaikh. If I'm making a joke that's considered as mockery to Islam inside my head (as I'm not saying it out at all), but I'm laughing out loudly because of it, would it be the same as mocking this religion (which's able to put a person outside Islam)? Please do bear in mind that in this situation, nobody know the reason.. More

  • Posting Images of The Cross on Social Media Date: 18-11-2019

    what is the ruling on posting image of cross or making image of cross one's display picture in social media?. Could it be an act of disbelieve?. .. More

  • Putting A Book Containing The Name of Allah In An Impurity Date: 17-9-2019

    Is it kufr to put book containing hadeeth or one of the names of Allah or one of the name of prophet in impurity? .. More

  • Laughing at a Joke or a Funny Video Is Not Kufr Date: 24-6-2019

    Asalaamualaikum, my question is with regards to urges to laugh/smile. I keep coming across videos that I’m unsure if it constitutes mocking religion. An example is one where a guy calls in a talk show asking for a fatwa on if he invalidated his fast after accidentally tripping, eating a whole shawarma, an apple, and 3 liters of water, then there was.. More

  • The types of Kufr (disbelief) according to Ibn Al-Qayyim Date: 3-1-2018

    In order for a Kaafir (disbeliever) to be punished for their disbelief, do they have to hear about Islam and think that it is true, or do they simply have to hear about Islam and reject it, regardless of whether they believe it to be true or not? Please do not refer me to an existing fatwa. .. More

  • Waswaas about committing Kufr I‘raadh Date: 1-1-2018

    I have read somewhere:Kufr (disbelief) of I‘raadh (turning away from the truth):when a person has a doubt and is able to learn and find out the truth yet he is satisfied with what he is upon and does not seek the truth. What does it mean exactly? Does it mean that whenever a person has a doubt or is unaware of a ruling or has doubt about Kufr,.. More

  • Keeping needed videos and books that have image of cross Date: 27-12-2017

    Assalaamu alaykum. I apologize for sending so many questions, but I am confused with the matter of having the cross in my possession. Suppose that I have videos of history or books or any other objects that have a cross in it and I am unable to erase it from some, especially in video form, what do I do? Can I let it be as it will not be displayed everytime.. More

  • Believing in Ouija boards Date: 9-11-2017

    Assalaamu alaykum. Is someone who believes in Ouija boards an apostate? Thank you. .. More

  • Repeating words of disbelief in song without believing in them Date: 24-6-2017

    I read your fatwas, but I could not find the answer. Is repeating words of Kufr (disbelief) in an song Kufr without believing it? And also, is it Kufr to buy Kufr stuff given that supporting Kufr is Kufr. And also, how about enjoying it but without believing in it, as it is only done for entertainment. .. More

  • Describing sin as good or beautiful Date: 25-5-2017

    Is it allowed to say that a sin os beautiful or good or what is similar to that? For example: saying, "Fornication is beautiful" or "Alcohol is good" intending to say good about the state of drunkennes or not. Or if there is a thing with which he can cheat people; to say "To have this thing is nice for the owner" or "Nice song". If we hear these things,.. More

  • Being forced to utter words of Kufr Date: 23-5-2017

    Assalaamu alaykum, Shaykh. I know that if a person is forced to utter words of Kufr (disbelief) while his life is threatened (he will be killed), he can utter those words while his heart is sure in faith. Now, I want to ask, if the property and honor of a Muslim are in danger and he is asked to utter words of Iufr or he will lose his property and honor,.. More

  • Calling person 'god' because of receiving food from him Date: 29-11-2016

    On television, I saw a person who was so grateful for being given food that he called the person who gave that person food a god. By saying this, he meant to say that he was 'a very nice person'. I laughed at this outburst of joy. Is what was done regarded as Shirk (associating partners with Allaah)? Does the intention with which the person said this.. More

  • Saying that something is right or wrong in Islam without knowledge Date: 20-9-2016

    Assalaamu alaykum. If someone commits Kufr (disbelief) by saying that something that is wrong is the right thing or by stating that something is permissible when it is impermissible, then for his repentance to be accepted, does he have to correct this statement in front of whomever he had said it to? .. More