• Can you masturbate during ramadan ?

    18 answers · 4 hours ago
  • Why did God choose very early times for his prophets to send his messages.?

    Why not now' when scientific evidence can be scrutinised about the prophet, example it was said the moon was split in half
    Why not now' when scientific evidence can be scrutinised about the prophet, example it was said the moon was split in half
    9 answers · 4 hours ago
  • What am I supposed to read during congregational prayer in Islam at the mosque and when i dont know the Quran verse the imam is reading?

    Best answer: You're not supposed to read anything during salat. You're allowed to recite al fatiha in a jummah salat (i.e. repeat al fatiha after the Imam recites silently to yourself) but nothing else. You're supposed to listen to the Imam's recitation. If you don't understand Arabic then this needs to be... show more
    Best answer: You're not supposed to read anything during salat. You're allowed to recite al fatiha in a jummah salat (i.e. repeat al fatiha after the Imam recites silently to yourself) but nothing else. You're supposed to listen to the Imam's recitation.

    If you don't understand Arabic then this needs to be the #1 thing on your list of gaining knowledge, you should learn Arabic asap so that you can understand the Quran and feel closer to Allah in salat. At the very least you can listen to the rhythmic flow of the recitation.
    6 answers · 16 hours ago
  • Are there muslim parents that let their older children choose not to fast?

    Best answer: You are fasting for God and for yourself to become better, not parents or other relatives. If parents are agressive so the kids fear them more they are raising hypocrites, not Muslims. You must be mature to fast, to understand it. Blind following isn't allowed in Islam (verse 17:36). "There is no... show more
    Best answer: You are fasting for God and for yourself to become better, not parents or other relatives. If parents are agressive so the kids fear them more they are raising hypocrites, not Muslims. You must be mature to fast, to understand it. Blind following isn't allowed in Islam (verse 17:36).

    "There is no compulsion in religion; the proper way has been clarified from the wrong way" (Quran 2:256)

    Parents should be examples, not forcing religion onto kids. Just because the parents are Muslim doesn't mean the kids lost the freedom and control over their heart/minds to accept Islam or not. Not loving the kids wouldn't be good in any way as they become more concerned with pleasing the parents than God. And they wouldn't want to get close to God and Islam if even their own family are agressive and have conditions for loving their kids.
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • Muslims. Jesus said to pray in private. Why do you go against the Holy Son?

    Make a spectacle of prayer. Doesnt it make a mockery of the Unseen? by making yourself better 'prayers', than those that connect with God., in private?
    Make a spectacle of prayer. Doesnt it make a mockery of the Unseen? by making yourself better 'prayers', than those that connect with God., in private?
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • So Trump just gave Israel the green light to kill hundreds of unarmed Muslims?

    Heil Trump! Give him the nobel peace prize!
    Heil Trump! Give him the nobel peace prize!
    17 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why is so much time of Islam tied up with counting the toiletry & the activity of their first prophet?

    Counting the number of actions of ablutions, seems like a lot of effort. (Its like Rain Man the movie.) Westerners have had indoor plumbling, for 200 hundred years. So the ablution regime has moved with the times. No disrespect. But why waste so much time on the basics of life & cleanliness? Get it done.,... show more
    Counting the number of actions of ablutions, seems like a lot of effort. (Its like Rain Man the movie.) Westerners have had indoor plumbling, for 200 hundred years. So the ablution regime has moved with the times. No disrespect. But why waste so much time on the basics of life & cleanliness? Get it done., What's the fascination with counting each action, if adhered to, fastidiously? 3×3×3×3×3×3×3... Why muslims?
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is the punishment in Saudi Arabia for drawing a picture of Muhammad with a bomb in his turban?

    Best answer: Drawing a picture of him, of any type, is going to get you into a world of hurt. If you're lucky and get a kind judge, maybe only 200 lashes. However, adding a bomb is going increase things to death penalty.
    Best answer: Drawing a picture of him, of any type, is going to get you into a world of hurt. If you're lucky and get a kind judge, maybe only 200 lashes. However, adding a bomb is going increase things to death penalty.
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Ramadan how is allah good if he wants to cause senseless trouble with tests?

    you know if god was all powerful he'd be able to create humans so perfect that still have free will that they wouldn't need to be tested so why not just do that when it prevents more pain and suffering and ultimately more people are happy ? why plan to create someone you know will fail your tests unless... show more
    you know if god was all powerful he'd be able to create humans so perfect that still have free will that they wouldn't need to be tested so why not just do that when it prevents more pain and suffering and ultimately more people are happy ? why plan to create someone you know will fail your tests unless you wanted that to happen?
    10 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Do you propose to reform Islam?

    Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince proposes reform to Islam Saudi Arabia (MNN) -- Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince, Mohammad bin Salman, is looking at his country and saying, things need to change. Christian Aid Mission’s David Bogosian shares. “A big part of the population is under 30. And, they’re looking at the past 30... show more
    Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince proposes reform to Islam Saudi Arabia (MNN) -- Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince, Mohammad bin Salman, is looking at his country and saying, things need to change. Christian Aid Mission’s David Bogosian shares. “A big part of the population is under 30. And, they’re looking at the past 30 years of what’s happened in Saudi Arabia in a very negative... Read more
    14 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Ramadan: shall I pray more?

    Shall I pray more to fear nobody? What can help with courage and peace Who did prophets fear
    Shall I pray more to fear nobody? What can help with courage and peace Who did prophets fear
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • Do muslims believe there will come a day when terrorist groups such as the taliban no longer plague muslim nations?

    Best answer: Yes you are right
    Best answer: Yes you are right
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • If god doesn't want people to fail his test why does he plan for people to fail before they even exist?

    Best answer: Yep, it´s a perfectly valid question...and it´s one that Muslims are always unable to give any kind of credible answer to.
    Best answer: Yep, it´s a perfectly valid question...and it´s one that Muslims are always unable to give any kind of credible answer to.
    15 answers · 1 month ago
  • Is it a normal thing for Muslims to beat their wives?

    Best answer: i just watched a youtube vid on that...the crazy bearded guy said.........you can not hit her on the face or maake her ugly...you can not raise your hand higher than your chest...itcan only be no morethan 10 wacks,but it should not cause alot of pain....you should only hit her after you have talked it over,denied... show more
    Best answer: i just watched a youtube vid on that...the crazy bearded guy said.........you can not hit her on the face or maake her ugly...you can not raise your hand higher than your chest...itcan only be no morethan 10 wacks,but it should not cause alot of pain....you should only hit her after you have talked it over,denied her sex....oddly her denying you sex is a reason to hit her....supposed to be a last resort thing...BAT SHITE CRAZY IF YOU ASK ME...my wife hit meone time...i could have smacked her back...but i know hitting a women is not the right thing to do ..unless she is trying to kill you.
    19 answers · 1 month ago
  • Is it considered religious intolerance if halal is the only food available in a country?

    Best answer: What exactly are you asking? Do you mean that the people of a country where only halal is available are being intolerant? Or do you mean being worried that no alternative is available is being intolerant? If only halal is available then it is probable that the people who have ensured that nothing else available are... show more
    Best answer: What exactly are you asking? Do you mean that the people of a country where only halal is available are being intolerant? Or do you mean being worried that no alternative is available is being intolerant?
    If only halal is available then it is probable that the people who have ensured that nothing else available are intolerant of any other religion. If people who aren't muslim are worried that no alternative to halal is available then that means they want an alternative & they're getting fed up with the intolerance of those who prevent them eating non-halal. Either way, it points towards the same conclusion, i.e. that somebody is being intolerant. I'll leave you to work out who.
    A similar issue was written about for christians around 700 years before the qur'an was written. Quite simply it told them that if they're bothered about the source of their meat then don't eat it, but if you don't believe in the religion of others then there's nothing real in their rituals, prayers, sacrifices etc. to do you any harm, so there's no worry what you choose to do. The writer was an ex-jew who had converted to christianity. Jewish religion specifies kosher food, a religious & ritualistic system of food slaughter & preparation from which halal was plagiarised (i.e. copied but with enough changes to make it look original) when Mohamud devised the qur'an. Essentially he syncretised all religions known in the middle east at the time under the leadership of his own political genius ( he realised that people change their politics but not their religion, so his genius was to make his politics the ultimate religion by combining all the beliefs of the time). So what was the value of kosher on which halal was modelled? Quite simply, it was the best & most comprehensive system of food hygiene that could have been devised & followed about 5000 years ago in the hot climate of the middle east.
    So, religious intolerance or not, if only halal is available, there is no reason why anybody should be worried about that. If they are, there are generally excellent vegetarian alternatives available. In fact for many muslims, the price of halal means that a vegetarian diet is the only economic option. But why worry? Provided there's enough sunshine to provide vitamin D (probably not in northern europe for example), vegetarian diets are usually a very healthy option
    7 answers · 1 month ago