Mindel Scott

Is Breaking the Law Haram

Is breaking traffic rules such as not waiting for red lights a sin in the motherland (i.e. Islamic countries) and abroad? The above hadith is quite clear, for a Muslim is obliged to abide by the covenant or agreement of a non-Muslim. If such an agreement (ahd) takes place, then someone is deemed to have protected their life, property and property. It will be illegal (haram), as made clear in the hadith, to take any wealth from the one with whom there is an agreement without his consent. This categorically excludes the idea that some consider the taking of state property to be authorized, even by illegal means. Some young Muslims in the West do not believe it is important to avoid the law in countries that are not the caliphate. Does using a VPN count as a violation of the law since Sistani is banned in my country? A Muslim must listen and obey (at his leader`s command) the things he likes or dislikes as long as he is not commanded to commit a sin. 34) 244. Question: Some governments offer social security benefits to their citizens as long as they cannot find work. Is it permissible for them to continue to receive these benefits even if they have found work and have not informed the service concerned? By sin, I mean “GUNAH or Haram,” not morally evil. Islamic texts say nothing about laws, but they are in people`s best interests, such as laws relating to driving and the age at which driving is allowed. These laws must be observed, in accordance with religious texts that prescribe fidelity to treaties and covenants, such as the verse in which Allah, may He be exalted, says (interpretation of meaning): “O you who believe! Fulfill (your) obligations” [al-Maa`idah 5:1] and the words of the Prophet (may Allah`s mercy and blessings be upon him): “Muslims are bound by their conditions, except by a condition that forbids something permissible or permits something forbidden.” Abu `Eesa [at-Tirmidhi] said: It is a hadith hasan sahih.

He was classified as saheeh by Shaykh al-Albaani (may Allah have mercy on him) in Sahih Ibn Maajah (2353). “Allah does not like traitors.” (Surat al-Anfal, verse 58) 245. Question: Does a Muslim have the right to steal from non-Muslims in non-Muslim countries? And is it permissible to deceive them by common methods among themselves to acquire their property? (Ø±Ø ̄ اÙÙ Øتار عÙ٠اÙØ ̄ر اÙÙ Ø ØªØ§Ø±Ø Ø¬ ù¢Ø Øμ ù¡Ù§Ù¢Ø اÙج اÙÙ٠سعÙØ ̄ ÙÙ Ø̈ÙÙ®) Ø (اÙجا٠ع ÙØ£ØÙا٠اÙÙرآÙØ Ø¬ ù£Ø Øμ ù¢Ù¢Ù Ø Ø ̄ار اÙØØ ̄ÙØ«)Ø©All scholars agree that if an Islamic government decides to apply a law for the benefit of the country and its citizens, then there is nothing wrong with that, as long as it does not contradict Sharia law, and this law will be binding on all citizens of this country, even if it was not originally made mandatory by Sharia law. Therefore, the laws that a Kalila Islamic government enacts will also be “man-made” and binding on all citizens. In short, Sharia law makes it necessary to respect the laws of the country in which one lives, regardless of the type of law, as long as it does not contradict Sharia. However, if the law requires something that is against Islam and Sharia, then it will be necessary to comply with it, because the famous hadith says: Answer: Lying for the above purpose is not allowed, nor to demand money in this way; And duplicity helps to commit a sin. The above is an amazing example of the satisfaction of the very trust of an enemy. The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and give him peace) was in the middle of a war with the Jews of Khaybar, but he ordered the shepherd to return and return the animals.

As already mentioned, these animals belonged to a Jew who was in the opposing army, but the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and give him peace) ordered him to return and return them. The reason was that he had brought these goats and sheep to a trust, and it is necessary by Sharia to return the property taken in trust to its owner. « There is no obedience to creation in which there is disobedience to the Creator. » (Musnad Ahmad). 222. No one is allowed to leave anything on the public highway that could harm pedestrians and other persons anywhere in Muslim and non-Muslim countries. With regard to laws enacted in non-Muslim countries, one of the following three scenarios should apply: After that, he took part in the holy battle (jihad) and was one of the martyrs. The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and give him peace) recognized his body, so well turned towards his companions, that I see with my own eyes, that he was bathed in the holy waters of Paradise, and Allah transformed his darkness into bright white and his foul smell into refreshing perfume.

Different governments have enacted laws to regulate the way of life of their citizens, sometimes they have ordered people to do something, and sometimes they have forbidden them to do other things; They would restrict and restrict certain activities, etc.