Assalamu'alaykum warahmatullahi wabarokatuh. Shaikh, I want to ask. Is writing a fictional (not real, خيالي، لا حقيقة له) example of any format of a text, such as mail, a paper about business plan/strategy (that is not intended to be done in the future because it's just made for example), and any sentence, in order to learn a language (i.e. english language homework in this case), is it, counted as lying?Shukron.
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In principle, writing fictional examples, such as stories, articles, expressions, and the like, is permissible, and it is not a forbidden lie – which is telling about reality other than what it is – but rather, it is a matter of giving examples.
The Fatwa of Ibn Hajar Al-Haythami reads:
“Stories appear to be a lie, but in reality, they are not; rather, it is just giving examples.
We advise you to refrain from whispers, ignore them, and seek treatment.
Allah Knows best.
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