In the book “Nizam Al-Islam’ it is written that Islam is a Deen revealed to the Prophet Muhammad to regulate man’s relationship with his creator, himself and other human beings.
My question is: is Islam only revealed to the Prophet Muhammad, and not to the previous prophets? What was the religion of the previous prophets?
The types of Crops and Fruits upon which Zakat is obliged Zakat is obliged upon wheat, barley, dates and raisins due to what Musa b. Talha narrated from ’Umar who said: “Verily the Prophet (peace be upon him) only decreed the sunnah Zakat in these four: wheat, barely, dates and raisins.” Musa b. Talha also said: “The Messenger of Allah peace be upon him also commanded Muaz b. Jamal-when he sent him to Yemen- that he should take Sadaqah from wheat, barley, dates and grapes.”
I would like you to clarify the rulings for combining in the winter, and what is the rule for combining? Is cold (weather) without strong winds an excuse that allows combining the prayer? If the rain stops before the rukhsah (license) break, does that permit combining? Please advise us in detail. May Allah grant you barakah.
a) Is there such a thing in Islam as “the market value of the company” apart from the issue of shares in capitalism? b) Does the trademark have a value to assess when the factory is sold? c) Does the trademark belong to the factory or the company, i.e. if the company remained and sold one of its factories or a production line for one of its devices, what is considered in estimating the price? d) In the event of the company being dissolved, what happens to the trademark?
What is the authenticity of the following Hadith: “I am innocent of those who lived forty days among the Kuffar”? And what is the Islamic ruling regarding a person who lives in a Kufr country for the purpose of work, because his country does not provide him with the same salary, or because there is no work? And what is the Shariah ruling on someone who lives in a Kufr country for the purpose of studying? May Allah reward you with the good.
If he finds Ottoman finds that were hidden by the Ottoman Empire in 1916 and he cannot return them to the Turks now, is the one who finds the money, if it is found, have a share in it or the owner of the land only will get the fee for keeping the treasure in his land?
Is sustenance limited to money only, meaning everything that can be owned for a Shariah reason? Or is the money of money, transferable or untransferable money part of the rizq, and does not contain all types of rizq (sustenance)? For example, is a good wife rizq (sustenance)? Is health, success and righteous offspring rizq (sustenance) as well?
Dear brother, I have a question about those who are working as police or soldiers in the Islamic countries in this system, what is the hukm regarding this?
I am the member of Hizb ut Tahrir, this question has confused me because my father and my brother are commanders in Afghanistan.