Monthly Archives: May, 2014

Ruling for Gifts from Elementary School kid

Elementary School kid

Ruling for Gifts from Elementary School kid

Question:

I am an elementary school teacher. At one event, my students gave me a gift. I fully realized that such gift is an unlawful gift, but those children didn’t understand about the consequence of their act. It was impossible for me to evidently reject the gift, since they assumed that their teacher will be very happy receiving their gift. What should I do?

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Rulings for Passing Over the Credit that is Related to the Bank

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Rulings for Passing Over the Credit that is Related to the Bank

Question:

There is a man who bought his car by credit payment via bank, and he intends to sell his car before the bank installments that he must pay are totally paid. Is it alright for me to buy his car? I will pay the rest of the installments. For your information, I have enough money thus I will never be late to pay the installment and by that I’m sure that I wont get penalized for the lateness of payment. Is it lawful in shari’a?

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Rulings for the compensation for Physician Who Prescribed drugs from certain Manufacturer

Gift for Physician is considered as bribery

Considering the tight competition among the drugs manufacturers, sometimes the representatives of the manufacturers give some gifts to the physician, such as pen with name of the manufacturer written on it, clock, tape recorder, etc. The gifts are compensation for the physician because he has prescribed the drugs of that manufacturer. For your information, the manufacturers have indeed allocated specific budget for the purpose of advertisement. And sometimes the manufacturers promise to give some gifts to the physicians with a certain amount of value as a compensation for prescribing their products to some targeted amount.
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When a Civil Servant Teacher or Lecturer already Received Gifts from His Students

Received Gifts from His Students

When a Civil Servant Teacher or Lecturer already Received Gifts from His Students

Basically, giving gifts is a suggested deed, as in a hadith of the Prophet narrated by ‘Aisha:
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Being Studious in Learning Religion, but Lazy in Working

Being Studious in Learning Religion, but Lazy in Working

Being Studious in Learning Religion, but Lazy in Working

It was narrated from Ibn Mas’ud and Umar, they said,
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