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Answer to Question Ikhtilaf (Difference) in Jurisprudential Opinions Ascertaining the Start of the Fast of Ramadan, as an Example

How do we deal with opinions that are contrary to those adopted by us in the party, especially if they are of senior and diligent imams?... do we accept in the issue of ascertaining the fast by way of calculating the astronomy, that there are two opinions in the matter and that the opinion of the majority is that it is permissible and not obligatory... “Do not oblige me in a matter in which there is a disagreement among the jurists, and whichever I follow is permissible?"

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Ameer's Q & A: The Combination of the Two Hadiths “Will be there be any Evil After the Good” and “Then there will be a Khilafah on the Method of Prophethood”

I hope that you receive my message and you are in abundance of health and wellness
And I want you to explain to me the following hadiths because these hadiths apparently contradictory and are used by groups of people to respond to each other without understanding what is meant by them. The Hadith of the first group:

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Ameer's Q & A: The Khalifah Alone has the Right to Adopt Shari’ah Rules

“With respect to the fourth principle, which is that the leader of the State alone has the right to adopt the laws, this has been established by the Ijma’ of the companions that the Khalifah alone has the right to adopt the laws, and from this Ijma’ the famous Shari’ah principles: “The order of the Imam resolves the difference”, “The order of the Imam is executed” and “The ruler can issue as many judgements as there are problems that appear” are all derived.”. End

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Ameer's Q & A:The Ruling on Participating in Monitoring Democratic Elections

Assalamu Alaikum, I would like to ask about the Islamic ruling on participating in monitoring parliamentary elections with the evidence, Baraka Allahu Feek.
Clarification of the question: The nature of work has nothing to do with the counting or matters of organizing elections, the nature of work involves news and statistics about the elections.

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Ameer's Q & A: Network Marketing

The method of work is not selling or promoting the package that have become my property or sell it via the Internet, as they consider this traditional method, but the work involves inviting other people to engage and participate in the work and form a team and convince them of the opportunity and dialogue with the largest number of family, relatives and colleagues through communication sites and involving them in meetings on the Zoom app...

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Ameer's Q & A: Meaning of the Hadith: My Ummah will be divided among itself into seventy-three sects.

Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Wa Barakatuhu I am Abdullah from Afghanistan, may Allah preserve you our Sheikh, The Messenger of Allah (saw) said: «ستنقسم أمتي إلى ثلاثة وسبعين فرقة وكلها في النار ما عدا واحدا»“My Ummah will be divided among itself into seventy-three sects.” I hope you explain this Hadith.

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Answer to Question Vaccination Fighting Coronavirus

My question is regarding the new vaccine that countries began to give to the people, to fight Coronavirus ... We see a lot of fear among people about taking this vaccine in light of the spread of many rumors on social media about the danger of this vaccine, and that it is a global capitalist conspiracy against the people. .... we, as an Dawah carriers, ask about the truth about this vaccine, and is it an obligation from Shariah to receive it in light of the spread of this epidemic?

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Ameer's Q & A: The Prophetic Sunnah is a Shariah Evidence Equally Like the Noble Qur’an

Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Wa Barakatuh Sheikh Ata. I have a very important question, which is: Is the ruling on stoning mentioned in the Qur’an or Mutawatir Sahih Hadiths? I researched that and did not understand why this ruling is included in the Shariah rulings and it was not mentioned in the Qur’an such as the male thief and the female thief, that their hands should be cut off, for example, or the male and female fornicator that they should be flogged...

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