I have a problem with some of which was mentioned, and many others who have read from the Hizb and other sources also have a problem, with regards to the Messenger (saw) calling the Mushrikeen to Islam; was he calling unto them to give him Nussrah or was he calling them to Islam, or was he calling them to Islam first then give him Nussrah? If we assume that the leaders of the tribes became Muslim, does this mean they are ready to sacrifice? and is it possible that the Messenger (saw) refuses their Islam...etc?
Question: "Should the coming Khaleefah (Caliph), with Allah’s permission, set a vital space for the Islamic State that he gives it priority to spread Islam to the world through Dawah and Jihad?" May Allah reward you with good.
As I was preparing in the Islamic Personality, Volume 3, on the subject of al-Fi’l (the verb), page 168 electronic version, I noticed the following text (As for Fi’l ul-Amr (the Command Verb) it is that which only the present form letter is removed from it.)
There have been many traffic accidents in our country, which have led to the deaths of many. We were advised not to violate the traffic laws for the safety of drivers and passengers. Some argue that these laws are not Islamic and have no texts. And all the laws that govern us are not Islamic, including the laws of the traffic....Is it prohibited to violate the traffic laws in the countries that rule with other than Islam, whether in the Muslim countries or in the Kufr countries? Are there evidences for this?
Assalamu Alaikum Sheikh. May Allah (swt) reward you for your deeds and help you on this noble way. I have a question about the method of Prophethood for establishing the Khilafah. As we know there are 3 stages in this method.
One of the Hizb’s adoption is that the leadership in Islam is singular, that is, the Khaleefah (Caliph) has all the mandatory powers in the State, in other words, the Khaleefah is the State.
For more clarification, the Khaleefah in the state has the right to be a ruler, a judge and everything ...
My question: What is the difference between the land title (raqabah) and its benefit when they are for the individual and when the land title (raqabah) belongs to the state and its benefit to the individual?