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  • Is it haram to look at or research magic?
    5253 Laws and Jurisprudence 2007/01/23
    In Islam, learning, teaching, and or getting paid to do magic is unlawful and haram. However if learning magic or witchcraft is for the purpose of nullifying it then it is not haram. Therefore watching the actions of magicians ...
  • If a body does not decompose in the grave, does it mean that the man in the grave is protected against the Fire of Hell?
    6452 برزخ 2013/12/01
    It is possible to keep a body intact by using certain chemical ingredients. Mummification is also a chemical procedure through which people in ancient Egypt preserved the bodies of pharaohs whereas in fact most of the pharaohs were the worst and most oppressive people of their time. ...
  • What is the Sunni opinion on Bilal al-Habashi?
    7726 تاريخ بزرگان 2008/07/02
    What Sunni references say about the great sahabi, Bilal, is that he was freed by Abu Bakr, a resistant believer against the tortures of the Kuffar, the Prophet's Mu'adhin, and one of the Mujahidin (soldiers) of Islam in different battles alongside the Prophet (pbuh). After the Prophet's demise, he ...
  • Why is it forbidden for men and women to use utensils and dishes made of gold?
    2959 Philosophy of Religion and Law 2011/12/07
    There are secrets and hidden wisdom in the Islamic laws even though we may not be able to discover them. Generally speaking, no law has been enacted without a reason or logic. God, the Wise and All-Knowing, does not command humankind to do an act unless there is a reason ...
  • What are the sources for derivation and issuance of legal verdicts?
    909 بیشتر بدانیم 2017/01/24
    Ijtihad literally means "to endeavor, strive, put oneself out, work hard." In Islamic legal terminology it is defined as the total expenditure of effort by a mujtahid, in order to infer, with a high degree of probability, the rules of Shari’ah from the detailed evidence that is ...
  • Does Imam Mahdi, the Imam of Time (a.s.), know when he is going to reappear?
    2973 Traditional 2010/10/18
    This question doesn’t have a brief answer. Please click on the detailed answer. ...
  • Why did Imam Ali depose Qays bin Sa'ad as the governor of Egypt?
    3319 رفتار امام علی ع 2014/06/23
    Qays bin Sa'ad bin Ibadah, head of Khazraj clan, was one of the renowned companions. He was a clever man, a skilled manager and one of the close friends of Imam Ali (A.S) fighting alongside him in many battles. Qays remained faithful to Imam Hasan after the ...
  • If a woman has not received alimony for 5 months, is she considered divorced?
    3262 Laws and Jurisprudence 2007/01/06
    Executing a divorce, in Islam, is a choice which pertains to the husband; hence, women cannot divorce themselves from their spouses. The husband’s not paying his wife’s canonically-required expenses (nafaqah) does not constitute a right to divorce. Consequently, the issue of ...
  • Does God, the Exalted, forgive an adulterer?
    3182 Practical 2012/09/25
    Dear User, God, the Compassionate and the Merciful, has promised to forgive all the sins of the penitent, even the sin of associating with Him a partner.[1] It is necessary to note that repentance from adultery or fornication is not ...
  • How do you define assassinations? Do you have any suggestions to stop such acts?
    2788 Traditional 2010/05/20
    Usually the arrogant world powers and people who are attached to this world, in order to strip away people’s rights, first accuse them of things such as assassination, and subsequently torture and murder them under the pretexts of fighting and prevention of terrorism and the ...

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