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There was a post that caught my eye, and as I went on to read posts, another one talked continuously about how horrendously the Qur'an wants Muslims to treat non Muslims, especially Hindus (polythiests) so I replied with the same chapter of the Qur'an to clear any misconceptions for others reading. Then the Hindu (priest from the information) went on to ask about further detail about the attrocities of Islam on its followers (since I also expanded my answer to showing how merciful Allah is) https://www.quora.com/Can-I-read-the-Holy-Qur'an-as-a-Hindu-without-any-intentions-of-converting/answer/Rami-Sivan?ch=10&share=d8fd28af&srid=j4EH0j4EH0 Well, he's not exactly a friend, but imagine he is. He's been answering very calmly and friendly, and I would like to answer the same way, so please don't show any hostility in the replies below. The only reply below this post is of mine, so the one he has replied to in return is me as well. I haven't yet revealed to him that I am a Shia, and so triple talaq is out of the question, however for the rest I don't feel that as a teenager I am well reversed enough to reply. Can someone please educate me more, with references to The Qur'an and Sunnah (maybe Nahjul Balagha as well) so that I can answer these questions truthfully and clear the misconceptions. Thank you!
Salam all. I am slightly confused as to the laws behind Jizya. I understand that the Quran says non-believers and non-muslims have to pay a tax so they are protected and as a contribution to the government. However, what is the amount dictated by this tax? As an example, I think ISIS charges around 20 to 80% of a households income. Now I fully condone [i think you meant condemn - moderator] the actions of ISIS, and understand that they do not represent Islam in any way. But we have to agree that the vagueness of the Quran on this matter allows people in that scenario to charge whatever they like, leading to the atrocities which are happening in Iraq at the moment. Shouldn't Jizya be standardized across the board, and be equivalent to Zakah to ensure fairness amongst all?
Salam So I asked these questions on another forum, a Sunni one, and get no answer after 50 days... Shame :/ So I am going to re-write said questions and hope my wait won't last as long. 1. Am I allowed to leave Islam and return to it?2. I am having constant doubts; almost becoming agnostic; but I simply brush them off when they come up. Am I still a Muslim or have I committed "shirk"?3. Do other sections of Islam, if they sincerely believe they are correct, enter heaven; or only us?4. If other sections of Islam do enter heaven, given their circumstances; does that apply to other religions? 5. Do people enter heaven based on: morals or belief. In other words, could an athiest enter heaven?6. Does the Qur'an apply prior to its reveal or is its miracle limited to only after?7. Why does God punish me, (kufar), for thousands of years, if I've only lived for 60-100 years?8. In the Qur'an it says "أنما أنت منذر و لكل قوم هاد""You are a warner, and for every tribe there is a guider" So where is our guidance?9. Will the Dajjal enter heaven or hell?10. Can I accept the Big Bang theory and the Evolution? These are pre-questions, harder ones will follow P.S Don't give me essays for an answer, try to keep it maximum paragraph. Wassallam
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