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Ameer's Q & A: Every Action has a Value that a Person Takes into Account to Achieve it While Doing the Action

The question is related to the topic of values included in the book, The Concepts of Hizb ut Tahrir:
Does working for the Khilafah (Caliphate) by attending circles and da’wah work achieve a humanitarian value or a spiritual value?
Do state actions also achieve a spiritual, humanitarian, moral or material value?


Ameer's Q & A: Why Didn’t the Prophet (saw) Ask Nusra (Material Support) from Quraish?

To clarify the question, was the Messenger’s (saw) refusal to ask Nusra (material support) from Quraish because they were not qualified to provide it in the first place, or just because they rejected Islam, and I mean the leaders of leaders of Makkah? If that is the case, didn’t the Messenger (saw) ask Nusra from the people of Yathrib despite the fact that the leaders and Chiefs in Yathrib did not embrace Islam and did not give the Nusra!! Please clarify. Barak Allah feek and Jazak Allah Khair.


Ameer's Q & A: Definition of the Islamic Aqeedah and the Mutakallimīn [Scholastics]

It seemed to me that this saying contradicts with his above saying about the errors of the Mu’tazilah in drawing analogy of the justice of Allah (swt), which is not sensorially perceived, with the justice of man. How can we rationally sense the justice of Allah (swt) without a Shari’ evidence, and then say His punishing the kafir, munafiq and disobedient would constitute injustice?


Ameer's Q & A: The Hadith: "لا يأتي زمان إلا الذي بعده شر منه" “For no time will come upon you but the time following it will be worse than it. I heard that from the Prophet.”

Al-Zubayr bin ‘Adi, may Allah have mercy on him, said: “We went to Anas bin Malik, may Allah be pleased with him, and we complained to him about the wrong we were suffering at the hand of Al- Hajjaj. Anas bin Malik said:"اصبروا فإنه لا يأتي زمان إلا والذي بعده شر منه حتى تلقوا ربكم، سمعته من نبيكم ﷺ". “Be patient till you meet your Lord, for no time will come upon you but the time following it will be worse than it. I heard that from your Prophet (saw).” [Extracted by Al-Bukhari]


Question & Answer Is carrying the Dawah an Obligation of Sufficiency or an Individual Obligation?

May Allah reward you on our behalf with all the best and may Allah grant Islam and Muslims the victory, by your hands. My question is: Is carrying the Dawah an obligation of sufficiency or an individual obligation? Does carrying the Dawah with the group is similar to carrying the Dawah as an individual?

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