Wed 16 Jm2 1435 - 16 April 2014
 

Enjoining what is good and forbidding what is evil


1 He gave him advice and he did not pay any heed; should he cut off ties with him?.
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2 A daa’iyah is going to leave his city even though the people need him.
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3 He looks for bad sites to send them to the centre which will block them. Is this good or bad?.
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4 Refraining from denouncing some people in order to soften their hearts.
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5 It is essential to respond to those who defame the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him).
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6 He is being asked to denounce evil by e-mail.
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7 How can he enjoin what is good and forbid what is evil with regard to his father who is older than him?.
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8 Warning against marrying one whose chastity is in doubt.
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9 Enjoining what is good and forbidding what is evil, and the verse, “Take care of your ownselves”.
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10 Helping someone to buy alcohol and other haraam things.
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11 Husband’s responsibility for his wife’s shortcomings in prayer.
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12 Drums on special occasions are an evil.
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13 What is the meaning of hisbah and rijaal al-hisbah?.
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14 Do we begin with changing things “by hand” when changing evil things?.
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15 Is it permissible to rebel against the ruler?.
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16 Ruling on being friendly towards someone who is drinking alcohol, and pouring his drink for him.
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17 Attending wedding parties in which there are objectionable things (munkaraat).
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18 Ruling on sitting with smokers when they are smoking.
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19 Sitting with a Muslim who takes drugs.
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20 Can we sit with those who do not pray?.
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