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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 .
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.
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.