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Answer to the Question Borrowing from Foreign Countries

borrowing from foreign countries and international financial institutions, where it is mentioned in the book The Funds in the Khilafah "Caliphate" State that it is prohibited by the Shariah because borrowing from them cannot happen except via usurious interest and conditions... The question is: When can the borrowing be permitted, and what are the conditions which makes it prohibited? Is there a difference if these countries are in treaty or in warship?


Answer to the Question: The Meaning of "Competence" in the Conditions of the Khaleefah

the competence under Item VII of the conditions of the Khaleefah, then explained the competence and elaborated until it reached the following statement: "Also it is not a contracting condition for the Khilafah "Caliphate" that the Khaleefah must be brave, or the people of good vision to manage the affair of the community and to conduct its interest". Question: is this not considered competence?


Regarding the Leasing of As-Saniya and Ruling on Farming

1-  Can we say that the Manat of the ruling (the land) changes in the case of As-Saniya, since it has become a land that include facilities that are a part of it and it is not a bare land? 2-  If a land is not specified for farming production such as producing decoration flowers or plant (nurseries) or for farming animals will the Manat of the ruling also changes? 3-  Is leasing of land allowed in the above situations?


Answer to Question: 1- Imitation (Taqleed) and Leaving the Opinion of One Scholar (Mujtahid) for Another Mujtahid 2- Achieving more than One Value from One Action

1. The word "Mutlaqan" (at all) here, does not comply with our understanding that when we realise a mistake we do not leave it and go to the right opinion; how is it the case then if I follow a mujtahid and then discover later that he is a hypocrite wrongdoer (fasiq) do I remain as a follower to him? And if I discover that this mujtahid that I follow has a weak opinion, do I continue in following him? If for example I realise that I followed him in a prohibited issue that is based on a very weak hadeeth... do I continue following what I took from him?

2. In the book The System of Islam, it also mentions that the mujtahid is allowed to leave his opinion for the benefit of the Muslims. Same as what took place with Othman (ra) during his Bay'ah.  I would like to see a narration of the story, when looking for it I did not see a correction for it, instead what I found is that it is unacceptable. Are there other correct narrations? Can you please provide evidence from the consensus of the companions to permit imitation in opinion?

3. Can one action achieve more than one value or not, for instance if you study a specific discipline and your aim is to please Allah and also a material gain.


Answer to Question Khaleefah's Right to Remove the Assistant (Mu'aawin)

It is mentioned in the Introduction to the Constitution Part One, Article 36d: in the explanation that the Khaleefah has the right to remove the assistant (Mu'aawin) proven by analogy (Qyias) to the one given proxy unless there is a narrated text which prohibits removing him in special circumstances. Please clarify the specific circumstances that prohibit the Khaleefah from removing the Mu'aawin?


Regarding what has been Declared by ISIS about the Establishment of the Khilafah (Translated)

Dear Brothers and sisters,

1. Any organization that seeks to announce the Khilafah "Caliphate" in an area is obligated to follow the Methodology of the Prophet (saw) in it, and from it is that this organization should have the obvious visible authority on the place, where it can maintain security internally and externally, and that this area should have the components of a state in the area where the Khilafah "Caliphate" is announced....This is what the Prophet (saw) performed when he established the Islamic State in Madina Al-Munawarra: the authority was with the Prophet (saw) and the internal and external security was with the authority of Islam and it had the components of a state in the surrounding area.

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