It is mentioned in the book The Islamic State, page 106, the first line under the chapter “Liberation of Makkah”: “When the Muslims returned from the battle of Mu'tah, having suffered a large number of casualties...”
If he borrowed a ton of iron, as in the example, and he returns a ton and more by his free will without a request or pressure from the lender ... is this not considered settling the debt in a good manner? ... Please clarify this for us.) End.
Question to our eminent scholar Ata Bin Khalil Abu Al-Rashtah,
Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh,
Our eminent Shaikh - what is the legal ruling (Hukm Shari’) on cosmetic surgery?
While we were in a study circle (Halaqa) we came across the following text in the book of The Islamic Personality Volume 3 (As for the consensus of the family of the Prophet (ijma al-itrah), they said: The consensus of the people of the Prophet’s household (Ahlul bayt) is a legitimate evidence, and they meant the people of the House are Ali, Fatima and Wabnahuma (their sons)), under section "The Consensus p. 307 (Arabic edition)- fourth line”.
It is known that the whole of the land of Palestine is usurped by the Jews, and there is a lot of usurped real estate and lands and their real owners are unknown. Some of these land ownerships are given by the Jewish state for individuals or companies to invest in them with their own projects.
Now if we know the exact amount of shortfall and replaced it, is it permissible to sell it? In other words, if the ripe dates (ruTab) weighed one kilo, and when it turns into dried dates (tamr) it becomes 900 grams, may we sell 900 grams of dried dates for the price of one kilo of ripe dates? If the answer is no, what is the benefit of in saying that the ‘Illah lies in diminution?