Category Archives: Controversies

Ruling of Keeping Animal

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Keeping Animal

Assalamu’alaikum.

I’d like to submit several questions:
1. What kinds of animal that are allowed to keep? Please give me a complete list.
2. Is it allowed to keep a turtle of a hamster?
3. Are the unlawful, permitted, or detested animals should not be kept?
4. Is it permissible to lock an animal inside a cage?
Thank you.
Assalamu’alaikum.

Answer:
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7 Principles in Debt Collecting (Part 02 – Finished)

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7 Principles in Debt Collecting (Part 02 – Finished)

Author: Ustadz Ammi Nur Baits (Advisory Board of Konsultasisyariah.com)

In the name of Allah, peace and prayer of Allah be upon His messenger, amma ba’du,
In the previous article , we’ve discussed about 2 principles in debt collecting. In this article below, we’re going to elaborate about the rest 5 principles, and here is the details.

Thirdly, lending money is included in social transaction, as a righteous deed. Threfore, people who lends his money is not allowed to take profit from the debt (the money he lent) in whatever form before the debt is paid off.

Fudhalah Bin Ubaid –may Allah be pleased with him- said,

كل قرض جر منفعة فهو ربا

“Every credit that yields profit, the profit is usury”
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7 Rules in Debt collecting (Part 01)

7 Rules in Debt collecting (Part 01)

7 Rules in Debt collecting

Author: Ustadz Ammi Nur Baits (Advisory Board of Konsultasisyariah.com)

In the name of Allah, peace and prayer of Allah be upon His messenger, amma ba’du,

In Islam, theres no deed that is wasted, even just by giving a small aid to others, including lending money to others that is sure to be returned. While we know that lending money for a short period will not decrease our wealth, aside from the propaganda of the disbelievers about devaluation of money over time (time value of money).

However, mostly the creditor are worried when their money is in other people’s hand. And Allah the Most Generous never waste righteous deed of His slave; even though the only thing that he sacrifices is his feeling and anxiousness over the credit, Allah will replace it with His reward.
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Ruling of Arisan( Gathering) of Household Equipment

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Ruling of Gathering of Household Equipment

Assalamu’alaikum. May Allah bless you.

Ustadz, I’d like to ask. What is the ruling of holding a gathering of household equipment,  in which I as the host of the gathering provide the equipment. For example, a pan. The price of a pan is IDR 500,000. Thus, we make a gathering of five person for five months, and each member pays IDR 100.000 monthly.

The question is:

What is the ruling for my action, if I as the host – as well as reseller of pan- buy a pan from the supplier with the price of IDR 400.000, and I provide it for the gathering I created with the price of IDR 500.000? Is it permissible, bearing in mind that from that gathering, I receive monthly profit of IDR 100.000 from the price of pan?

May Allah reward you greatly.

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Ruling of Working in Court

Working in Court

Ruling of Working in Court

There are two types of court, shari’a court (religious court) and general court that use positive laws.

This second type could further be divided into two; court that use laws that differ from Allah’s law in various criminal cases, and court for deciding cases regarding administrative cases (for example, constitutional court, -ed).

Ruling of Working in Court needs to be detailed, depends on the type of the court

If the court adopt shari’a law (in the matter of inheritance, etc) or general court that doesn’t use laws that against the shari’a law, it is allowed to work in it; whether as a common employee, a judge, or an attorney.

In contrast, if the court is a general court that tends to use laws that are different from shari’a laws in cases of murder or other kind of criminal act, it is not allowed to work there, even just as an administration staff. It is considered as helping one another in committing sin and hostility, something forbidden in this religion, as revealed in the second verse of chapter Al Maida/The Table Spread.

If a person continues to work at that court as a judge, then he’ll be included as a person who use human-made laws that inappropriate with Allah’s law, and this is considered as a major sin; even worse, it may drag him to infidelity, expelling him from his religion.
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