Imam al-Sadiq (AS) said, 'Generosity is one of the noble traits possessed by prophets. It is the pillar of belief, such that only a true believer will be generous, as well as one who possesses great certainty and high aspiration, for generosity is a gleam from the light of certainty, and the one who knows what he wants finds it easy to give away.

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Question ID  4215  -  Non Muslims Q&A -  2018-02-20 01:30:01
Salam alkium Is druze considered muslim and are they tahir? wa salam
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
Yes, they are Muslims and every Muslim is Taahir.


Question ID  4208  -  Non Muslims Q&A -  2018-02-17 20:30:01
Salam Alakium If a person says he has doubt about Allah (SWT) shall he then be regarded as tahir? He is really confusing because he says he is muslim but has a lot of doubt. He was one day joking about that sometimes he believes and sometimes not. Wa salam
Answer:-  Doubts can come to many Muslims but they remain Muslims unless they clearly deny the Faith in Allah.
Such person needs to be guided and helped to get out of the doubts. Help him to meet good scholars or gift him useful books.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  4207  -  Non Muslims Q&A -  2018-02-17 20:45:01
Salam alakium I am a law student in a Europe. I would like to know if it is permissible to work as a student assistant in a law firm? My job consist in improving litigation, preparation of notes and preform case processing and legal investigation. What about when I become a lawyer, is it then permissible to take the cases of my clients and try win them? I have read the following the website of Sayyed Sistani (May Allah prolong his life): Question: Is it permissible for a holder of a law degree to become a lawyer in a non-Muslim country upholding the laws of that country, and taking cases of non-Muslims since his purpose is to attract cases irrespective of their nature? Answer: If it does not involve violation of a right or lying or other forbidden acts, there is no problem in it. What constitute in a violation of right is really hard to determine if you are not an sharia expert? Wa salam.
Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
If your legal work whether as a trainee or lawyer etc does not involve violation of a rights of innocent people or lying or other forbidden acts, there is no problem in it.
Mohammad Al-Musawi
Question ID  4114  -  Non Muslims Q&A -  2017-12-17 05:45:02
Salam agha How can we answer below content? Since the Bible obviously supports the Christian view of Jesus, Muslims who want to deny the deity of Christ will have to argue that the Gospel has been corrupted. But if the Gospel has been corrupted, why does the Qur’an command Christians to judge by the Gospel? By commanding us to judge by what we find in the Gospel, the Qur’an has inadvertently ordered Christians to reject Islam! But it gets worse for Muslims. The Qur’an affirms the inspiration and reliability of the Christian Scriptures (3:3-4, 5:47, 5:66, 7:157, 10:94), as well as man’s inability to corrupt God’s Word (6:114-115, 18:27). Muslims therefore cannot reject what the Gospel says, which leaves them with quite a dilemma. If the Gospel is reliable, Islam must be false, since the Gospel presents Jesus as God. Alternatively, if the Gospel is unreliable, Islam must be false, because the Qur’an tells us that the Gospel is the Word of God. Either way, Islam is false, and anyone who is searching for the truth will never find it in the Qur’an.
Answer:-  Wa Alaykum Assalam wr wb
The question is wrong and misleading.
Allah told the Prophet Muhammad ( SAWA) to challenge the Christians to
bring their real text and read it, they will then find the mention of
Muhammad in it. They did not do that because they knew that they will
defeated and degraded.
The Bible of time of Prohet Muhammad was distorted and changed.
Islam is The True religion according to the Real Bible and Real Turah. That
is why you find hundreds of Christian scholars admit that Islam is the Real
message from God which is unchanged.
More queries are welcome.
Mohammad Al-Musawi

Question ID  3637  -  Non Muslims Q&A -  2016-12-20 19:30:01
Peace be upon you! I am a converted Shia Muslim from Germany and would like to know His Excellencies opinion on the following matter: The Holy Quran warns us, to take non-believers or disbelievers as friends or guardians. What is the judgement on a close friendship to someone who considers himself as an Atheist who believes that the devine religions can be disapproved by science and is showing this opinion to the believers in his talks on a daily basis? May Allah reward you for your efforts and be the blessings upon you!
Answer:-  Islam does not forbid friendship with non Muslims; it does however forbid
Muslims from being dependant and followers of non Muslims.

The atheist who keeps propagating his opinion needs to be guided and
advised. If you see that he is rejecting the evidence and insisting on his
wrong opinion, you should not waste time with him.

Mohammad Al-Musawi
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