Monthly Archives: September, 2014

The Improper Supplication

The Improper Supplication

The Improper Supplication

We know that praying or supplicating is among the matter of worships that Allah and His messenger has taught us. Supplications we’ve recited, whether about the worldly or after world matters, are our soul needs, but there is a matter in which our supplication to get it becomes a very disgraced one. Continue Reading

Rulings for Using the Chinese Medicine in Islam

Chinese Medicine in Islam

Using the Chinese Medicine

Question: What is the ruling for consuming medicines from china? The question raised because there was a person who had had an operation, and after that he was given some chinese medicine and the wound healed fast. It is said that the medicine contained the bile of cobra. Is it permissible to consume it? Thanks.

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A manager double works as an employee in Mudaraba contract

Mudaraba contract

A manager double works as an employee in Mudaraba contract

In the name of Allah. Assalamu’alaikum warahmatullahi wabarokatuh.

Pardon, may I ask a question? In mudaraba contract, is it lawful for the manager to also work as an employee in that business? In the original contract between the manager and the financier, the manager works as the one who manage the business, but in reality, the manager is not only needed as a manager, but also as the executor of the business itself. Is the salary of that manager considered as lawful, if he earned it as an employee, and not from his managerial task?

May Allah reward you with plenty of goodnesses for your kind answer.

From: Mr. Agus Triyono

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Ruling for tender transaction

taxes

Ruling for tender transaction

Assalamualaikum warahmatulloh wabarokatuh,

I would like to ask about the transaction that usually held with tender process. This tender resembled an auction, but with a single buyer. As for auction, the single one is the seller.

In a tender process, usually the traders would offer the goods that were not belong to them yet (they haven’t owned it, but they have reached a deal with its owner). If they won it, they would buy the goods and deliver it to the buyer (they have paid the real owner beforehand). The end buyer would pay for the goods after it reached his place.
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A Forced Transaction

A Forced Transaction

Question:

Assalamu alaikum,

My village is situated on the coast. Many of the villagers here work as local fishermen, and still many of them don’t have enough fund to provide the fishing equipments, such as machines, fishnet, etc. Usually, they borrow some money to provide those equipments from the skipper of fishmonger, with the consequence that they have to sell the result of their catches to the borrower. And usually, the selling price to the skipper is slightly cheaper than the market price. Whereas the debt should be settled periodically without any added interest. Sometimes, after the last payment, the skipper gives them some discount, for example from IDR 5 millions, the debt is discounted to IDR 4.5 millions only.

According to Islamic perspective, what do you think about this case? May Allah reward you with goodness.

Sender: Abu Yumna, from Lamongan, Indonesia

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