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Qaid313

Is this considered wasting?

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InshAllah everyone is doing fine. My dilemma is that I purchased a notebook computer a year ago and I also purchased an accidental warranty with it. Now this accidental guarantees that I get a new computer if there is a major accident. I don't use this computer at all; I bought it thinking about the specs (blu-ray, 512 nvidia card, etc) but soon realized it’s too big for me to carry around. Now I have promised a friend a laptop and he saw this one and wasn't interested in buying it. So my question is if I am to have a purposeful accident that ensures that the laptop can't be repaired, which means I get money for a new laptop, am I wasting and am I falling out of line with Islam.

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thewave

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Ya Allah

Salams

InshAllah everyone is doing fine. My dilemma is that I purchased a notebook computer a year ago and I also purchased an accidental warranty with it. Now this accidental guarantees that I get a new computer if there is a major accident. I don't use this computer at all; I bought it thinking about the specs (blu-ray, 512 nvidia card, etc) but soon realized it's too big for me to carry around. Now I have promised a friend a laptop and he saw this one and wasn't interested in buying it. So my question is if I am to have a purposeful accident that ensures that the laptop can't be repaired, which means I get money for a new laptop, am I wasting and am I falling out of line with Islam.

Salams and Dua's

thewave

Its called CHEATING and not permissible.

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I have "Life Insurance".

If tomorrow i go and hang myself somewhere just to claim my insurance, then this would be purposely harming one's self, which is not permissible.

I think this example can be related to your accidental warranty. ;)

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Ya Allah

Salams

InshAllah everyone is doing fine. My dilemma is that I purchased a notebook computer a year ago and I also purchased an accidental warranty with it. Now this accidental guarantees that I get a new computer if there is a major accident. I don't use this computer at all; I bought it thinking about the specs (blu-ray, 512 nvidia card, etc) but soon realized it’s too big for me to carry around. Now I have promised a friend a laptop and he saw this one and wasn't interested in buying it. So my question is if I am to have a purposeful accident that ensures that the laptop can't be repaired, which means I get money for a new laptop, am I wasting and am I falling out of line with Islam.

Salams and Dua's

thewave

This is called "lying." Yeah, that's one of the problematic acts.

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