Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:31 GMT
Waht is the ruling on a Muslim employer who refuses to pay his workers their wages on time?
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:30 GMT
There is a clause in an employment contract stipulating that a female employee is not allowed to get pregnant during the contractual period of two years. In the event of pregnancy, she will be dismissed without compensation. Is this valid in Islamic Law?
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:29 GMT
I have a wife and two children. Recently, I was laid off from work. In order to get another job, I had to lie about my citizenship status. The work that I do is lawful, but the the fact I had to lie to get this job has bothered me a lot. I would like to know your ruling about this.
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:28 GMT
I am currently the president of an Islamic School that I founded. The school has been having many problems which have resulted in poor test scores amongst the students. Until now I have only employed male principals, but after the last one resigned, I decided to hire a female principle who is far more qualified than the previous people who have held the post. The faculty and staff of the school is made up of both men and women. However, after they heard about a female principal taking charge of ...
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:27 GMT
n the company where I work all employees are paid, as part of their salary package, a fixed lunch allowance. The monetary value of this allowance is exactly the same for all employees. This amount then gets deducted from the salary of each employee, since the company provides meals in their canteen. In practice,this means that the employees receive no money but instead get free food. The problem is that the management is served meals of two to three dishes while workers get only one dish to ...
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:26 GMT
f I hire movers to move my furnishings and household goods from one house to another, are they responsible for any damage that occurs to the property in the course of moving. If they are, then to what extent?
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:25 GMT
The company I work for delegated to me the task of selling our excess stock within a price range of 10 to 12 dollars a unit. Through my own efforts and on my own time, I was able to find buyers willing to pay 17 dollars a unit. Consequently, I purchased the company’s stock myself at 12 dollars a unit – the high end of the company’s target price range – and then resold it on my own for a profit of 5 dollars a unit. Is this permissible for me to do?
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:24 GMT
What does Islam say about saving money? Should we save money for the future? I read that some of the prophet's Companions died with no wealth, not even a cloth to shroud their bodies for burial. I also read that Abu Bakr gave all his wealth to the Prophet for distribution in charity. So, where does the concept of saving come in?
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:23 GMT
What is the ruling on ordering a product over the Internet where the transfer of money is immediate via credit or debit card and the product is later delivered to the person who requested it. How does this fulfill the conditions of "ittihâd ul majlis" and "khiyâr ul majlis"?
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:22 GMT
There are several methods of earning income online now, and many people are profiting. I am also thinking of getting involved, but I don't know whether these commercial transactions are lawful in Islam. Some of the ways of earning are as follows: 1) Affiliate programs : In these programs, some other online merchant’s products are sold via your website, and that merchant will give you a commission for each sale. 2) There are some programs whereby, if you send someone to the merchant’s link, h ...
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:21 GMT
I joined an affiliate program, which is actually an online shopping site. If I refer a new member to the site, they will give me a commission. The new registrants are not obliged to shop actually. What matters is that they register. I’ve informed my family members to join the site in order to get me the commissions. They will physically sit in front of a computer with an Internet connection. I’ll tell them how to join and give them the referral link to go through. They will join the site on ...
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:20 GMT
I joined an online affiliate program which rewards its members for referrals. For every person who registers and mentions me as the person who referred them to the site, I will receive a commission. Now, since I belong to a large family, I wish to use their names to register with, mentioning my name as the one who referred them. I will ask for their formal permission, making sure that they have no objection to me registering them as members of various websites. They have faith in me and permit m ...
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:19 GMT
My husband and I did not want to take any interest from the bank because we know that it is unlawful in Islam. Then my husband had an idea: take the interest earnings from all the accounts and open a special account for them and use this account exclusively for the payment of taxes. When we asked the local sheikh, he said it was a smart idea that needs a special ruling. Please help us with your opinion.
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:18 GMT
If a person used to deal in interest and repents, what should he do with his accumulated interest earnings?
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:17 GMT
y husband works in a bank, and he deals directly with interest, so his income is unlawful. What should I do? What should our children do? Is the food that we eat unlawful? I wish to perform Hajj. Is my Hajj going to be acceptable with the money that my husband provides for me?
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:16 GMT
I want a ruling on the Forex market when it comes to trading currencies. We have been trading the US$ against different other international currencies. for instance, 100,000 US $ can buy 62,500 pound sterling. Then we hold the position in speculation of profit There are three kinds of market: 1-future market 2-spot market 3-options. In all of these markets, advance selling is done. The investor provide 1000 US$ and bank or exchange provides 99000 US$ to do the trade in the market. The leverage p ...
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:15 GMT
What is the ruling on selling one form of currency for another (for example dollars for pounds)? What are the regulations concerning it?
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:15 GMT
I have a question regarding trading on the foreign exchange market. I am currently trading US Dollars against other currencies. I have a margin from the broker, but I do not pay or earn any interest on my account. In that case, is it Islamically lawful for me to trade?
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:12 GMT
to do so or imposes high duties upon us at the border. Meanwhile, some people with govenment connections do not pay anything. I have some friends who can get me throught the border for a small sum of money. Am I allowed to do this?
Last Modified: 24 Aug 2011 11:11 GMT
I am a business man dealing with computer parts, I come across many customers to whom I am expected to pay some money to get my work done or pass my orders on to their companies. If I do not pay these kickbacks to the purchasers, I will lose my business, since many of my customers expect me to give them some money under the table and will take their business elsewhere if I do not do so. For instance, if I want to sell something for 20,000, then I have to pay 6,000 to the purchasing officer and b ...
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