There is an authority which hires a number of Du`aah (callers to Islaam) in the field of Da`wah

Question 10:  There is an authority which hires a number of Du`aah (callers to Islam) in the field of Da`wah (call to Allah). This authority requests from them (the Du`aah) a monthly report on their Da`wah related activities such as lessons, seminars and lectures to be submitted to the endowment owner. However, some Du`ah are annoyed by this report as they see that it badly affects their sincerity towards Allaah, and is near hypocrisy.

The question now is: Is this report permissible? I mean requesting for reports on the Da`wah-related activities, does this really badly affect sincerity towards Allaah or not?

Answer: The request of the authority responsible from the Da`wah related activities to submit monthly reports to the endowment owner does not negatively affect sincerity towards Allaah… read more here.

Is it permissible for a person to disobey his employer who is considered Kafir (disbeliever)?

Question 9:  Is it permissible for a person to disobey his employer who is considered Kaafir (disbeliever) because he does not perform Salaah (prayer)? Is it obligatory on him to obey his employer even if he is a Kaafir? If the employee cannot advise him, what should he do? Please, advise!

Answer: Abandonment of Salaah out of denying its obligation is an act of Kufr (disbelief) according to the Ijmaa` (consensus) of scholars. Similarly, the abandonment of Salaah due to laziness and carelessness is also an act of Kufr according to the preponderant opinion of scholars… read more here.

Is it permissible to establish Islamic parties in secular states?

Question 8: Is it permissible to establish Islaamic parties in secular states where they are officially subject to secular laws, but their objective is to practice Da`wah secretly?

Answer: It is prescribed for Muslims who live in non-Islaamic states to unite, cooperate, and work together, whether in the name of Islaamic parties or Islaamic societies, for it is cooperating in righteousness and piety… read more here.

Is it permissible to vote or nominate for elections in non-Sharee’ah country?

Question 7: Is it permissible to vote or nominate for elections, given the fact that our country is not ruled by the law revealed by Allaah?

Answer: It is not permissible for a Muslim to nominate himself hoping to be a part of a system disagreeing with the Islaamic revealed law… read more here.

Electing those who mock Islaam or embrace communism

Question 6:  Is it permissible for a Muslim to vote in municipal elections for a communist or someone who mocks religion and is loyal to nationality, not religion?

Answer: It is impermissible for a Muslim to elect a communist, a person who mocks religion or one whose loyalty is to nationality… read more here.

Is it permissible for a woman to act as a leader of pilgrim’s groups?

Question 5: What is the ruling on women acting as leaders of pilgrim’s groups?

Answer: It is impermissible for women to act as leaders of pilgrim’s groups for the generality of the Hadeeth in which the Prophet (peace be upon him) said… read more here.

Is it legally permissible to appoint a person to lead a group while they are residents?

Question 4:  Is it legally permissible to appoint a person to lead a group while they are residents? It is well-known that when three people set out on a journey, it is recommended to appoint one of them to lead. Is it permissible to appoint a leader, ruler, or the like to run the affairs of a group of people living in their countries?

Answer: It is authentically reported from ‘Aboou Sa`eed and ‘Aboo Hurayrah (may Allaah be pleased with both of them) that the Prophet (peace be upon him) stated… read more here.

Those who say, “there is no politics in Islaam”

Question 3: What is your view on those who say that there are no politics in Islaam and no Islaam in politics?

Answer: The Sharee`ah (Islaamic law) has prescribed the correct policies between Muslim countries and other countries in times of peace and war… read more here .

What is meant by Al-Siyaasah Al-Shar`iyyah (Sharee`ah-based policy)?

Question 2:  What is meant by Al-Siyaasah Al-Shar`iyyah?

Answer: Al-Siyaasah Al-Shar`iyyah is policy that is based on the Qur’aan and Sunnah, by the ruler administering justice and the subjects giving loyalty and obedience… read more here.

Spending a dedicated sum on poor relatives versus building a Masjid

Question 1: I vowed to give a certain sum of money as Sadaqah, but I wonder if it would be better to spend it on poor relatives or on constructing a Masjid (mosque) or a school. Which would be best in the Sight of Allaah?

Answer: You should spend what you vowed in various forms of charity such as on the poor, building Masjids, schools or on the Mujahidin… read more here.