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  • What is the Islamic law about hanging pictures of human and animate beings inside a mosque?
    5303 Laws and Jurisprudence 2011/04/06
    To reach the answer to your question, it is necessary to take notice of the following points: 1 – The jurists have said: Offering prayers is makrooh (abominable) at certain places including "facing the picture or statue of living creatures, unless ...
  • Can one say that angels have different levels of infallibility?
    6228 Traditional 2008/07/02
    Angels are very noble and delicate creatures and of high and numerous virtues (which have been expressed by the Quran). One of their traits is that they lack any materialistic and animalistic characteristics. They neither have any desire to sin, nor the strength to do so, making them pure ...
  • Can a soul or Jinn bother a human being?
    8697 Traditional 2009/11/24
    We know very little about Jinns, but hadiths say that Jinns are responsible for their acts and have different beliefs, some are obedient towards Allah while others are not, the same as humans. Although Jinns are not clever, they do possess the power ...
  • What is the cure for doubts and obsession in beliefs?
    5534 وسواس 2015/06/29
    As you have stated in your message, you are suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder, is a mental disorder where people feel the need to check things repeatedly, have certain thoughts repeatedly, or feel they need to perform certain routines repeatedly. There is no doubt that most of ...
  • In which cases will the contact between a husband wife break wudu?
    7114 Laws and Jurisprudence 2012/03/04
    Seven things invalidate wudu: 1. Passing of urine 2. Excretion of stool 3. Passing wind from the rear 4. A sleep, deep enough to restrict sight and hearing. However, if the eyes do not see anything, but the ears can hear, wudu does not become void. 5. Things on account of which a person loses ...
  • From the Islamic and Shi’a point of view, where exactly does man have free will in?
    3829 Traditional 2012/04/21
    Islamic texts (the ahadith and the Quran) clearly stipulate that man has free will. This does not mean that man has complete freedom and no other power or factor limits his will. Man has control over his own acts and can decide with free will ...
  • Where is it permissible to tell a lie?
    4758 Practical 2012/01/30
    Islam lays great emphasis on telling the truth and being truthful and it considers lying to be a wicked act. In many cases, lying has been described as being more evil than drinking wine. In spite of lying being a wicked act, if not telling a lies causes ...
  • Is it permissible to cut your nails at night time? If it is abominable to cut them, what is the reason?
    12403 Laws and Jurisprudence 2012/09/22
    One of the recommended acts which Islam has emphasized upon is cutting of nails in whatever manner or way it may be. Cutting of nails on Friday is better and it is also better to start cutting the nails with the left hand little finger and finish ...
  • What does Islam recommend for a man to be cleaned and well-dressed?
    5505 Theoretical 2012/02/14
    Observing cleanliness is necessary everywhere and for all – men and women. One should always keep his body and clothes clean and tidy. He should wash his hands and face every morning, brush his teeth and comb his hair. Islam highly recommends observance of cleanliness and ...
  • We found the dead body of a lady in the desert, how can we find out if she was Muslim or not?
    5581 Laws and Jurisprudence 2010/07/20
    Burying the body of a Muslim is upon all Muslims, but if some do it, the rest will be exempt.[1] If a body has signs of being Muslim, it should be buried as a Muslim, but if there are no signs of it being Muslim, ...