Monthly Archives: November, 2015

Etiquette in Export and Import

Etiquette in Export and Import

Here are several etiquettes to notice and practice, so that our export and import activities do not bring any negative impacts for the muslims.

In the trading world, export and import activities hold a pivotal role. Not even a single country in this world that is free from export and import activities, moreover the countries with majority of its citizen are muslim, and usually categorized as “developing” or “third-world” country. The imported goods usually dominate their market .
Principally, importing goods from heathen countries is alright; that is, as long as it goes accordingly with shari’a rules. The same rule applies for exporting to heathen countries.
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Ruling for A person who Claim to Know about the unseen

Ruling for A person who Claim to Know about the unseen

Ruling for A person who Claim to Know about the unseen

Question:

Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Shalih Al Uthaymeen was asked:

What is the ruling for a person who claim to know about the unseen?

Answer:
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Ruling of Selling Items for Valentine’s Day celebration

Selling Items for Valentine's Day

Ruling of Selling Items for Valentine’s Day celebration

Author: Sa’id Yai Ardiansyah Every 14th of February, some people around the world commemorate the Valentine day.  They said that the day is the day to show their love to one another. The pink color that dominate the items sold on stores is dubbed as the symbol of love and affection. Particular items that are typical of this celebration are also sold, such as chocolate, flowers, cards, gifts, pink-colored jewelries, etc. Even the selling of “the rubber cap” is also soars, indicating that at that day, it is used massively among the youth. Continue Reading

Ruling of Ancient Money Trading

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Ruling of Ancient Money Trading

Question:

Assalamu’alaikum. I’d like to ask about what is the ruling of ancient money/currency trading? For example, for IDR 1,- of the ancient money, the buyer should pay the price of IDR 15.000,-. Is it considered as usury? Since recently, there were many dowries that were paid using the nominal unit of rupiah, such as IDR 14,-. Please explain it to us, may Allah reward you with plenty of goodnesses.

From: Muttaqin

Answer:

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