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Last Modified:  24 Aug 2011 12:35  GMT

Allah says: "There in no compulsion in religion." How do we reconcile this with the idea that it is our duty to enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong?



Last Modified:  24 Aug 2011 12:34  GMT

Sheikh Salman, I heard from someone that you said we are not to forbid or correct a man who is wearing long robes dragging below his ankles. If this is true, please explain. If it is wrong, please clarify.



Last Modified:  24 Aug 2011 12:33  GMT

I heard that a person who sins will be punished more harshly for his sins if he exhorts other people to righteousness. Is this true? Is it better for people who fall weak and commit sins to refrain from advising other people to do good?



Last Modified:  24 Aug 2011 12:29  GMT

My parents, brothers, and sisters are lax in their Islamic practice and they commit a lot of sins. They listen to and watch un-Islamic programs. I have repeatedly spoken to them about this but to no avail. How can I properly give da`wah to my family?



Last Modified:  24 Aug 2011 12:26  GMT

My parents, brothers, and sisters are lax in their Islamic practice and they commit a lot of sins. They listen to and watch un-Islamic programs. I have repeatedly spoken to them about this but to no avail. How can I properly give da`wah to my family?



Last Modified:  24 Aug 2011 12:25  GMT

The other day, I was trying to explain to someone that we need to call people to Islam with wisdom and avoid using words in public that are Islamically correct, but that have unfortunately been distorted and misused by the media. Otherwise, people will not have a good impression of us if we use these words aloud whilst in public places. He countered that we should not avoid speaking the truth, since the Prophet (peace be upon him) was forthright and said whatever he had to say, even if it me ...



Last Modified:  24 Aug 2011 12:24  GMT

Can I use the word God when speaking about Allah to non-Muslims. The problem is that some Christian leaders in our country are spreading the notion that "Allah" refers to a pagan deity and not to the God of Abraham and Jesus (peace be upon them both). Can we use the word God to avoid this confusion?



Last Modified:  24 Aug 2011 12:23  GMT

What are some of the means of avoiding and warning against extremism in matters of religion?



Last Modified:  24 Aug 2011 12:21  GMT

I accepted Islam two years ago. Now my grandmother who is not Muslim is in the hospital, and the doctors feel that she does not have much longer to live. Is it possible for me to explain Islam to her and call her to embrace the faith by simply declaring her belief? It would not be possible at this time to teach her about prayer and wudû’ and other obligations. What should I do?



Last Modified:  20 Oct 2010 02:10  GMT

The daa’iyahs in this area have agreed to get together one night every week, to listen to lectures, get to know one another, hold seminars, study and do da’wah. They chose Friday nights for these gatherings, so that veryone, near and far, can come together and each one can bring enough food for himself for this evening. Is this bid’ah as in singling out Friday nights for an act of worship as this scholar said, or not? All they are intending is that Friday night should be a time fo ...




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