Bismillahi Al-Rahman AlRaheemAnswer to the Question: The #Ruling on Using #Surveillance_Cameras And Are the Captured Images Considered as #Shariah_Evidences? To: Dr. Bassam Ash-Shab’an ========================= #Question: As-Salaam Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Wa Barakaatuhu Best Wishes and Eid Mubarak to you our respected Amir, may Allah protect you… My question is: What is the ruling on using public surveillance cameras and in stores? Is it permissible to criminalize … Continue reading The Ruling on Using Surveillance Cameras
Question by Lut Abu Sunayna: Our esteemed Sheikh, greetings blessed by Allah سبحانه وتعالى, Assalamu Alaikoum wa Rahmatullah wa Barakatuhu. My question is about the Nisab of the Zakat in trading merchandise. It was mentioned in the book, Funds in the Khilafah State (page 142-143), that the Nisab of the Zakat is 200 silver Dirhams, or 595 grams of silver, or 20 gold Dinars, or 85 grams. … Continue reading Rules (Ahkam) Related to Zakat
An important and powerful talk on how groups/parties/jamaa’ah/hizb is central is Islam from the Quran and Sunnah Delivered by Sheikh Abu Nizaar from Lebanon. وأما رأس الحزب، فإنه رأس الطائفة التي تتحزب، أي: تصير حزباً، فإن كانوا مجتمعين على أمر الله به ورسوله من غير زيادة ولا نقصان؛ فهم مؤمنون، لهم ما لهم وعليهم ما عليهم، وإن كانوا قد زادوا في ذلك ونقصوا، مثل التعصب … Continue reading أدلة إقامة الأحزاب من السنة والكتاب
The Ahkam Pertaining to Political Parties in Islam The following is the transcript of a circle delivered by the Late Sheikh Abul Hassan (May Allah rest his soul), member of Hizb ut Tahrir and Imam of Masjid as-Sahabah in Khartoum, Sudan. بِسْمِ اللّهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ The topic that will be addressed today and our discussion this night will be about the Ayah 104 from Surah … Continue reading Are Groups allowed in Islam?
Prophet Muhammad (sall Alahu alaihi wasallam) started the Da’wah in Makkah and later made hijrah (migration) to Madina and established the Islamic State. It was during this time that the Prophet called people to Islam. The Prophet (saw) started his Da’wah in Makkah by calling people to “Laa ilaha illAllah, Muhammadur Rasool Allah.” The first part of the Shahadah means, “There is none worthy of … Continue reading How the Khilafah ensures Tawheed