• Is Islam a religion of peace?

    17 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is Music Haram?

    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do Muslim charities only focus on building mosques and Islamic faith schools?

    Most Muslim charities that run in the West only fundraise to build mosques and Islamic schools. Why not use that money to make schools, Hospitals, medical facilities, shops, banks, offices, roads, provide clean water, electricity, teach people about health and hygiene, provide birth control (which is very... show more
    Most Muslim charities that run in the West only fundraise to build mosques and Islamic schools. Why not use that money to make schools, Hospitals, medical facilities, shops, banks, offices, roads, provide clean water, electricity, teach people about health and hygiene, provide birth control (which is very important) and most importantly provide people with an education. How are Muslim countries (and many countries around the world tbh that aren’t Muslims) ever meant to developed if charities don’t provide people with education, healthcare, abortion, birth control and create jobs? If families can limit how many kids they have the mother wouldn’t be exhausted having to look after the children and can work and have enough money to provide for all the kids. Imagine a Pakistani women with 8 children who dies suddenly due to an illness. She couldn’t afford to go to the doctors. Her husband marries two months after her death and the new wife pops out another 6 kids. The step mom beats her step children and they run away to join gangs, terrorist groups, get into prostitution or become atheists. How is this beneficial to the Muslim ummah? So why don’t Muslims push for access to birth control in poor countries?
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Did me or my mum commit kufr? (Islam)?

    I've been growing out my beard and been watching a video on how to keep it straight and tidy. My mum who doesn't like beards said something like "It's quite a hassle maintaining a beard isn't it" I then pretended to laugh (out of politeness). Did me or my mum commit kufr? As far as... show more
    I've been growing out my beard and been watching a video on how to keep it straight and tidy. My mum who doesn't like beards said something like "It's quite a hassle maintaining a beard isn't it" I then pretended to laugh (out of politeness). Did me or my mum commit kufr? As far as I'm aware, keeping a beard is fard in Islam and I'm not sure if this counts as my mum not liking the religion/mocking the religion?
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is creating a player on fifa haram?

    On some games like FIFA, there is an option to create a player/character. You can then develop/modify your character's appearance, skills and attributes whenever you want. Is this ok or is that haram? I ask because Islamically drawing/sculpting things with souls is haram so I was wondering if this falls... show more
    On some games like FIFA, there is an option to create a player/character. You can then develop/modify your character's appearance, skills and attributes whenever you want. Is this ok or is that haram? I ask because Islamically drawing/sculpting things with souls is haram so I was wondering if this falls under the same category?
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • China's Ramadan celebrations prevented religious sentiment a severe blow?

    At the same time, the Chinese government has hit religious sentiment by imposing restrictions on fasting and religious observance of Chinese Muslims on the same day as Muslims of the world, who are fasting during the holy month of Ramadan, which is a severe blow to religious sentiment. World Muslim is shocked and... show more
    At the same time, the Chinese government has hit religious sentiment by imposing restrictions on fasting and religious observance of Chinese Muslims on the same day as Muslims of the world, who are fasting during the holy month of Ramadan, which is a severe blow to religious sentiment. World Muslim is shocked and pained at this incident. In a statement sent to the media, he said this in a statement. The Chinese government chose the path of persecution to eradicate Muslims China's western Muslim majority is preventing religious rites in Xinjiang The Chinese authorities are blocking the religious rituals of the Muslim families and staying there regularly. The Chinese authorities set fire to protests in the hearts of Muslims, keeping the fasting, bearded, fasting in the head of Muslims and wearing religious hatreds, regular prayers and other religious matters, including the elimination of alcohol, as a 'symbol of extremism'.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are muslims bothered about their prophet marrying a 6 to 12 year old?

    Best answer: Do you know how many times people have asked this question? There are a billion books you can read about this. What you think or say does not bother the Muslim community. I am not sure if you go to school but everyone knows in the Middle Ages girls got married between the ages of 7 - 12. Muhammad lived his life... show more
    Best answer: Do you know how many times people have asked this question? There are a billion books you can read about this. What you think or say does not bother the Muslim community. I am not sure if you go to school but everyone knows in the Middle Ages girls got married between the ages of 7 - 12. Muhammad lived his life according to what was right in his era not the 21 century. You are free to build a time machine and go back to the Middle Ages and preach about feminism (LOL). Aysha was happy being married to prophet Muhammad and their marriage wasn’t about sex. She was a knowledgeable girl who helped to spread the message of Islam and she was in control of things when Muhammad left for battles or expeditions. I’m not bothered so why should Muslims be? Also, many Jewish, Hindu and Buddhist prophets and leaders also had multiple wives, concubines and married underage girls. They were all idolised by their people.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it wrong to use modern things to learn about islam?

    Best answer: i dont think so, theres nothing wrong with reading up on stuff
    Best answer: i dont think so, theres nothing wrong with reading up on stuff
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Any Muslims/not Muslims here?? Please give me your opinion.?

    So, I was born muslim, lived my whole life muslim and at the moment I’m 17 and you can describe me as un religious. Not because I think it’s cool or anything but simply because I don’t have faith, I don’t like the religion im in and there’s nothing I can do. It’s a beautiful religion but my heart is not in it at... show more
    So, I was born muslim, lived my whole life muslim and at the moment I’m 17 and you can describe me as un religious. Not because I think it’s cool or anything but simply because I don’t have faith, I don’t like the religion im in and there’s nothing I can do. It’s a beautiful religion but my heart is not in it at all, when I read some stuff about it I find my self in huge questioning and I oppose a number of things it states. My parents will never ever allow me to covert and the question of converting is out either way cos I don’t have my heart in any other religion. I don’t pray, praying is like a bother to me and my mother always forces me which makes me hate it so much more. Ramadan has come once again and if you don’t know it’s a time of the year in which Muslims fast for a month. And I don’t want to do it, I can’t do it any go to school, I know a lot of people my age do it but I can’t handle it and my heart once again isn’t into it . My mother is really hard on me for not wanting to fast, I’ve had arguments over it and I told her I want to do it out of my heart not out of force but she doesn’t understand and is forcing me, at this point I have no choice but to fast . Conclusively I just need advice cos there’s no one I can talk to and do you think it is right for me to be forced ??
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why are some White people insecure and retarded? Why do they make up lies about other people’s religion on this section?

    Best answer: Sad because kids need discipline and my kids were raised with strong discipline and as a minister my choice is to respect other faiths and sad when people lie because they will have to answer to God for causing these problems. Let God decide what is wrong and just keep helping others see the Muslims should be... show more
    Best answer: Sad because kids need discipline and my kids were raised with strong discipline and as a minister my choice is to respect other faiths and sad when people lie because they will have to answer to God for causing these problems. Let God decide what is wrong and just keep helping others see the Muslims should be respected and have some wonderful Muslim friends who are peaceful.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why is monogamy not considered immoral even though it should be?

    Wasting perfectly good love and channelling it all onto one person is detrimental to social structure.
    Wasting perfectly good love and channelling it all onto one person is detrimental to social structure.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why are Muslim charities obsessed with building mosques and Islamic schools?

    Best answer: For some Muslim charities spreading Islam comes first before anything else. You are correct in regards to birth control if you can't afford to take care of your children it will only hurt them it is irresponsible. If the parents die those kids will be in trouble and may commit crimes to survive. If the parents... show more
    Best answer: For some Muslim charities spreading Islam comes first before anything else. You are correct in regards to birth control if you can't afford to take care of your children it will only hurt them it is irresponsible. If the parents die those kids will be in trouble and may commit crimes to survive. If the parents can't take care of those kids it will be up to the community to foot the bill and that isn't fair to the community when the parents could have made responsible decisions. If other family members like aunts or uncles have to raise those children if their parents die and they have kids of their own it will put extra strain on them. You correct in saying 2 to 3 kids is enough as the population would still remain stable and wouldn't grow into an aging population. For Muslims survival should come first then spreading Islam.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do people choose to be vegan when Islam is perfectly clear that Satan was the worlds first vegan?

    Islam is perfectly clear about the origins of veganism. According to Al-Mu'jam al-Kabeer, Allah had commanded the prophet Adam (peace and blessings be upon him) to make a sacrifice. Allah brought forward a newborn calf, and commanded the prophet Adam (peace and blessings be upon him) to slaughter it as a... show more
    Islam is perfectly clear about the origins of veganism. According to Al-Mu'jam al-Kabeer, Allah had commanded the prophet Adam (peace and blessings be upon him) to make a sacrifice. Allah brought forward a newborn calf, and commanded the prophet Adam (peace and blessings be upon him) to slaughter it as a sacrifice. However, when the Shaytaan (devil) saw this, he wept and cried out tears at the sight of the newborn calf being slaughtered by the prophet Adam (peace be upon him)". Majma al-Zawa'id - "the prophet would slaughter a lamb before going to sleep because the Shaytaan (devil) would not enter a home where an animals was slaughtered". Sunan al-Daraqutni - "the Shaytaan (devil) hears the cries of every lamb being slaughtered".
    11 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How can I tell my parents I don't want to fast this Ramadan?

    I am muslim but it not my choice and I am sick of it
    I am muslim but it not my choice and I am sick of it
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • God of the Bible says Allah of quran leads Muslims to hell. T or F?

    Precious (not her real name) grew up in one of 13 Muslim tribes in the southern Philippines. Hers is a proud tribe, believing they have descended from royalty. But when a friend offered a Bible to her, Precious was curious and accepted. Once she started reading the words of Jesus—so different from what she had... show more
    Precious (not her real name) grew up in one of 13 Muslim tribes in the southern Philippines. Hers is a proud tribe, believing they have descended from royalty. But when a friend offered a Bible to her, Precious was curious and accepted. Once she started reading the words of Jesus—so different from what she had been taught to believe—she felt her heart opening in a new way.
    19 answers · 3 weeks ago