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Jurisprudence Questions (194)

Congratulating Christians and Kuffar on their Feasts

Assalam Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Wa Barakatuh, I am your brother in the Deen, Bahaa from Palestine, I pray you are in good health.

My question is about congratulating the Christians on their holidays and to participate in them? What prompted me to ask this question is the Answer to Question by Sheikh Taqiuddin An-Nabhani, may Allah have mercy on him, that permits that, please clarify this matter. Attached is the Answer to Question of Sheikh Taqi.

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Ameer's Q & A: A Question on Mutawatir Recitations (Qira’at) of the Noble Qur’an

It was mentioned in the book, The Islamic Personality Volume I, in the chapter: “The Ummah's need today for Mufassirin” the point about the Arabs’ habit to dispense with some words in preference for the use of synonymous or words close in meaning, as long as the intended meaning is conveyed.

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Ameer's Q & A: Any Matter that is not Fully Implemented Prohibits Leaving What is Easy from it

How true is this Sharia principle, and is it permissible to infer from it gradual implementation of the Sharia rules? "ما لا يدرك كله لا يترك ما تيسر منه" “Any matter that is not fully implemented prohibits leaving what is easy from it.” May Allah reward you with goodness.

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Answer to Question: Adoption and Analogy in Usul ul-Fiqh

So how can we make analogy between the punishment (hadd) for drinking khamr and the punishment of fabricating lies by the Illah (reason) that the one who is drinking Alcohol is likely to fabricate lies. And if the Sharia has made sleep an invalidator of ablution and has treated it to the same as ritual impurity because impurity is likely to happen... Is it possible to make Qiyas (legal analogy) between it and fainting, drunkenness and insanity because of the likelihood of impurity even though these are considered acts of ‘ibadat (worships)?

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Ameer's Q & A: From Usul ul-Fiqh: What the Shari'ah Kept Silent About Them

First of all, I apologize for the many questions you receive from me. But we learned from the Hizb to dig and search so that our idea remains strong and pure, by the power of Allah Almighty. A question in the Usul ul-Fiqh (principles of jurisprudence) about “what the shari'ah kept silent about them”:

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Ameer's Q & A: The Shari’ Ruling on Engagement Parties before Marriage Contract

A question about a phenomenon that has become prevalent among us, which is making a party after what is known as reciting Al-Fatihah or the proposal (Tulbah), in which the fiancée wears a gown and displays her Zeena (charms) like a bride, wears rings, dances and other things before the marriage contract is concluded. Is this permissible by the Shar’iah as it is publicizing?

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