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  1. Good question. Also is it supposed to start with these recommended acts after iftar? Example Ghusl. Before or after Iftar?
  2. Thank you so much. This is perfect, exactly what I was looking for. Can you just explain if these acts starts after Iftar until Imsak?
  3. Assalamu aleykium brothers and sisters. So according to Sistani and others Ramadan started in Sweden 7/5. This means that Laylatul qadr is 24/5 (19th day), 26/5 (21th day) and 28/5 (23th day). I want to pray as much and do the most right on these nights. My question is if someone can really in depth make a list what to pray and exactly when. Is it from Iftar to Imsak? Thank you all
  4. Hello Guys I asked question to Sistanis office about interest and i really would like more knowledge on the issue. Here is the deal: I live in Sweden and would like to buy a house and for that i need to take a bank loan and with that comes interest. The thing is that i dont need to buy the house (i have a apartment that i pay rent) but i want for couple of reasons, (good to have a house, property increases in value, good for children etc..) And this i explained in the question do Sistanis office. Here is the answer: In the Name of God, the Most High یجوز قبضه بنیة مجانیة ولایجوز قبضه بنیة الاقتراض. If a Muslim intends to get a loan from a non-Muslim bank, it is necessary that he should do so with the intention that it is a transaction without return, even if he knows that he will end up paying the capital as well as the interest. And he should not do so with the intention of getting the loan with the condition of [paying] interest. I have couple of questions: Why is there a difference from non-muslims and muslims? Because if its not riba then it would be ok to take same loan from muslims? How is it permissble to take loan with interest just by making intention? Could i do other haram things and just make intention about something else? Eat pork and make intention that its chicken?..you get the point What do they mean that is is transaction without return? (I see on website they write, securing money from their hands) What does it mean? Is this not riba that we are warned about? And if not so what is the difference? Is it a way around inflation of the money in modern society? Hard for muslims to save money when money is loosing value each year. I always thing about following hadith from Imam Ali (as): The Holy Prophet (S) has cursed one who accepts interest, one who pays interest, one who buys interest, one who sells interest, one who writes the contract of interest and one who is the witness of this transaction. I really would like to take the loan but i somehow want to be sertain and I really should accept what Sistani and his office write but i really want more knowledge on why they say like this that it is permissible. Do you guys know some books, articles, videos about the issue where it is explained. Did our Imams talk about it? Thank you guys.
  5. Hi I asked the question to Sistanis office and Khameneis office and i got a answer from Khameneis. My question: Hello. I wonder how it can be halal to take a loan if you know you will pay interest? Answer: Salamun `alaykum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu The loan itself (after taking) is correct, i.e. one can own it even if it is ribaa-based. However, in case that it is a ribaa-based loan, taking it is haraam. That said, unless one is so compelled that committing haraam becomes permissible for them. However, in compulsory situation, one can - for escaping committing a haraam act - intend not to give the extra amount even though they would eventually take it from them. From this if i understand correct is that takin loan with interest is haram.But if ur in compulsory sistuation u can take the loan with interest and avoiding haram if u intend not to pay interest. (But this rule is only if you are in a compulsory situtation). If your not in that situation then u cant take loan with interest and avoid haram with intetion. What do you guys think??
  6. I think i will ask these questions on sistanis and khameneis site because this is very wierd.
  7. Like most things yes it should be ok to take loan if its matter of life and death. But taking loan for business?? That shouldnt be ok because u cant take haram money to earn halal money. If you business goes bankrupt and you can get an employment and even if it means earning much less money every month then you shouldnt take loan for business.
  8. Assallamu Aleykium brothers and sisters. Im very confused about the matter intesrest and i hope that some of you may shed some light on the issue. I have always belived that every form of interest is haram unless its a matter of life and death. I wonder if its haram or halal to take a bankloan and then pay back the loan + interest. This is from Sistani: Question: Can I take an urgent loan from a non-Muslim bank, even if I know that the bank will charge interest? Answer: If a Muslim intends to get a loan from such banks, it is necessary that he should do so with the intention that it is a transaction without return, even if he knows that he will end up paying the capital as well as the interest. And he should not do so with the intention of getting the loan with the condition of [paying] interest. This is from Khamenei:Q: Can we borrow money from non-Muslim banks and pay interest? A: Although the borrower owns the borrowed money, taking a loan, which entails paying interest, is forbidden unless he is compelled to take the loan. Also one can evade doing the forbidden act by making the intention not to pay the interest, then takes the loan even if the interest may be taken from him. This is the part where im very confused. Both of them say its halal IF you make intetion that you will not pay interest even if you know that you will pay it. To me this sounds very very strange. How can i make a sincere intention when i know its not the case?? How can i make an intention to not do a haram act if i know that i will do it? Its like: Im goin to make a intetion not eat pork at dinner even if i know i will consume the meat.
  9. m3e30

    Hijab

    Narsis: Why does the site al-Islam translate "should"? What is the Arabic word and what is the translation? Diyaa110: Yes I understand, why shouldnt we when Allah says so but disscussion is if its a must. Ty both for answerering and taking your time. Need also Hadiths if u have? Salam
  10. m3e30

    Hijab

    Assalamu Alleykium brothers and sisters. Im having a disscusion with a brother if it is must for a woman to wear hijab. I have given him this link: http://www.al-Islam.org/hijab-Muslim-womens-dress-Islamic-or-cultural-Sayyid-Muhammad-Rizvi/Qur'an-and-hijab and there we can read about the scarf in the Qur'an. But for him hes not buying it. And he sees it as a recommendation and not a command from Allah (سُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى). Because it say "they should" Can someone plz clarify more and maybe give some other refrence and Hadith? Ty
  11. Assalamu aleykium brothers and sisters I have recently accepted shias school of thought. I would like to pray salat the correct way. But i cant really find a site or some videos that teaches how to pray like shia. Can you guys please help me?
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