Source :Islamicknowledge / 01 Oct 2014
Alhamdulillahi rabbil ^alamin. Wa sallallahu ^ala sayyidina Muhammad wa ^ala alihi wa sahbihit-tayyibinat-tahirin. As’alullah an yaj^ala niyyatina khalisatan liwajhihi. ^Amma ba^du
Source : Ilmgate / 27 Sep 2014
Hadhrat Jaabir (R) narrates that Rasulullah sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam said, “You can never be a Mu’min as long as you do not believe in Taqdeer — in its good and its bad — to such an extent that whatever is to happen will not be warded off and whatever is not to happen will not occur.” (Tirmidhi)
Source : Dar-Alifta / 19 Sep 2014
I am a Muslim. I believe in God and Prophet Muhammad. I also believe in the Quran but I don't believe in Islamic pillars such as prayers, fasting, hajj,..etc. So I was wondering if I am considered a Muslim.
Source : Dar-Alifta / 04 Sep 2014
The concept of Jihad in Islam is one of the topics that causes the most confusion and is surrounded by a loud cacophony aiming at equating Jihad with mass murder and random shooting sprees.
Death is a very painful and emotional time, yet one that may be filled with hope and mercy. Muslims believe that death is a departure from the life of this world, but not the end of a person's existence. Rather, eternal life is to come, and we pray for God's mercy to be with the departed, in hopes that they may find peace and happiness in the life to come.
Source : Dar-Alifta.org / 16 Aug 2014
What is the ruling on committing suicide? What is the ruling on washing, shrouding, and praying over a person who has committed suicide?
Source : My Religion Islam / 09 Jul 2014
Some people say, "Those who abandon namaz, who drink alcohol, who go out without covering themselves, or who commit any other sins should not fast in vain." Is it true?
Source : Darul Iftaa / 24 Jun 2014
What is the ruling on seeking blessings through the righteous (tabarruk)? Also, what is the ruling on visiting and seeking blessings from the hair of the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him)?
Source : IslamReligion / 23 May 2014
The dealings of the Prophet, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him, with other religions can best be described in the verse of the Quran:
“To you be your religion, to me be mine.”
Source : ShafiiFiqh / 15 May 2014
There is a website which claims that there is a difference of opinion about whether people can act as any of the Prophets in movies, whether the Holy Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu alaihi wa sallam, or other Prophets (peace be upon them). Is this true?