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It is not permissible for a Person to Give Evidence Except about What He Knows
It is not permissible for a Person to Give Evidence Except about What He Knows
It is the custom of the people, when acquiring a passport to testify that so-and-so was born in Bahrain for example, whether they are sure of that or not. Is this a kind of false witness?

Tags : gawahi, witness, evidence, ilm k mutabiq, about what know
The Ruling on One Who Concealed True Evidence
The Ruling on One Who Concealed True Evidence
A man works for another person. The owner of the establishment reject the work of the employee, with the intention of depriving him of payment. So the employee submitted a complaint to those in authority and he was asked to provide witnesses for his work. But those who knew of his work were either neighbors of the owner of the establishment or his employee, and all of them are friendly to him, so they refused to testify. What is the ruling on those people who concealed true evidence?

Tags : shahadat haq, true evidence, chupana, conceal, dil ka gunaahgar, sin of heart
The Ruling on Beating the Accused During Interrogation
The Ruling on Beating the Accused During Interrogation
Is it permissible in the Islamic Law to beat the accused during the interrogation so that he confesses? And does Islam approve of the legal profession? And is it permissible to defend a criminal?

Tags : tehqiq, interrogation, mulzim ko marna, beating the accused
Conditions For Working as a Lawyer
Conditions For Working as a Lawyer
Working as a lawyer could leave a person open to supporting evil and defending it, because the lawyer desires for example, to have the criminal whom he is defending found innocent. So, are such earnings of a lawyer unlawful? And are there Islamic conditions for working as a lawyer?

Tags : paisha wakalat, working as a lawyer, kamai, earnings, shart, condition
The Ruling on the Legal Profession
The Ruling on the Legal Profession
What is the ruling of the Islamic Law on the legal profession? And what is Your Eminence's opinion regarding the view of Imam Al-'Allamah Abu Al-A'la Al-Mawdudi - may Allah have mercy on him - regarding this profession expressed at the end of his book: Al-Qanun Al-Islami Wa Turuq Tanfeezihi.' Benefit us (with advice) and may Allah benefit you (with a reward).

Tags : paisha wakalat, legal profession, islami qanun, islamic law
The Ruling on Assuming the Office of a Judge in a Country that Does not Judge According to the Islamic Law
The Ruling on Assuming the Office of a Judge in a Country that Does not Judge According to the Islamic Law
Is is permissible for a Muslim to be a Judge in a country that judges by other than what Allah has revealed in the Qur'an and the Hadith.

Tags : musalman, muslim, qaza, judge, quran-o-hadis, quran and hadith
The Ruling on Fulfilling a Vow With the Money of Another
The Ruling on Fulfilling a Vow With the Money of Another
I vowed to sacrifice three sheep if I was blessed with a child. Then a righteous person gave me a thousand Riyal as a charity. Is it permissible for me to but the three sheep with that money in order to fulfill my oath, although it is not from my own personal money, but charity from that man? May Allah reward you with goodness.

Tags : nazar puri kerna, fulfillinf a vow, dosry k maal, money of another, bakri zeebah karna, sacrifice sheep
This is not a Vow
This is not a Vow
A pregnant woman heard a child reciting the Qur'an on the radio in a fine voice and it impressed her, so she said: "I have a boy, I will teach him to recite like this child." And Indeed, she was blessed with a boy - all praise and thanks be to Allah. Is her wish considered to be a vow or not? Advise us and may Allah reward you.

Tags : hamla orat, pregnant woman, nazar, vow, quran ki tilawat, reciting the quran
A Vow Whose Intention is to Prevent Something Falls Under the Ruling of an Oath
A Vow Whose Intention is to Prevent Something Falls Under the Ruling of an Oath
I am a young man who used to be a wasteful, then Allah guided me. But I am still committing sins, and I tried to repent of them many times, but I could not, so I said to myself: "I vow that if I repeat this sin, I will fast for two months consecutively," but Satan made it appear attractive to me, so I said that a vow in these circumstances is like an oath and I must atone for it, then I repeated this sin. What should I do, may Allah reward you with goodness? Is it permissible for me to feed sixty poor persons, because that is easier for me than fasting, bearing in mind that Allah has blessed me with repentance of this sin now?

Tags : nazar, vow, qasam, oath, gunaah, sin
Fulfilling an oath is Obligatory
Fulfilling an oath is Obligatory
Once, I said: "I vow that if Allah saves me from this sin, I will give my mother-in-law a set of gold bangles." My mother-in-law did not know about this (what is the ruling)? Should I pay the bangles to my mother-in-law, or make the atonement for an oath?

Tags : nazar puri krna, fulfilling an oath, wajib, obligatory, gunaah, sin

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