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14 ربيع الأول 1441  ,  11 تشرين الثاني 2019

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Ruling on Causing Traffic Accidents I have parked my vehicle on the roadway side of a vehicle already stopped {Double-parking}. As a child was crossing the road from behind my car, he was run-over by a bus, because my car has blocked the driver`s vision. Am I liable for anything? • Read More
Diyah and Kafaarah are Due on Person Initiating or Causing Someone`s Death I am a pool supervisor, and one day a swimmer died in that pool. The court decided that I wasn`t guilty, because the death resulted from the victim hitting his head against the pool`s floor, and not drowning. What am I liable for in terms of the Diyah(Blood-Money) and Kafaarah(Expiation)? • Read More
Driver`s Negligence or non-Negligence is Determined by Traffic Sketch I had a car accident; but according to the traffic sketch, it was not my fault, so I was exonerated by court. However, the accident had led to someone`s death. What is the ruling on this? Am I liable for Diya (Blood money) or expiation? • Read More
Ruling on Concealing Pregnancy from Doctor Leading to Abortion My mother was five-months pregnant. One day, she had colon problems and so we called the doctor. He did ask her about being pregnant or not, but she said that she wasn`t, so he gave her three injections. At dawn, she had a miscarriage. What is she liable for from an Islamic perspective? • Read More
No Liability on Driver if he didn`t Cause someone`s Death A traffic accident has led to the death of a person, but, according to the accident report, it wasn`t the driver`s fault. What is the ruling of Sharia in this situation? • Read More
Ruling on Paying Diyah from Zakat Fund of Killer`s Family As a family, we share a Zakat fund, and one day, a member caused a traffic accident which led to the death of two individuals. The families of the killed demanded fifty thousand Dinars as Diyah(blood money). Is it permissible to pay that Diyah from the money of the killer`s family`s Zakat fund? • Read More
Judging a Muslim as Disbeliever Requires Certainty As we kept an eye on the actions of our brother, who lived in Australia for forty years and knew nothing about Islam, we concluded that he was a Buddhist. If we suppose that he was as such, and he passed away, how should we go about his funeral and condolence? • Read More
Ruling on the Person who Kills another by Violating Traffic Rules When a driver runs a red light, exceeds the speed limit, or drives recklessly and so kills someone, is it considered deliberate murder? • Read More
Killing someone by a celebration Bullet Obligates Diya and Expiation If someone has discharged a gun, in celebration, while knowing that a bullet will come down as hard as it was fired, and it did hit someone and killed him/her; is it considered intentional killing? • Read More
It is Permissible to Take a Compensation Against the Harm Resulting from Negligence In Europe, it is allowed for a woman to undergo a diagnosis for her embryo during the first months of pregnancy to check whether it has Down`s Syndrome, or not. Actually, a woman gave birth to a baby that has been diagnosed with Down`s Syndrome, so she filed a lawsuit against the hospital for not running that test in the early stages of her pregnancy. As a result, the court ruled that she gets a certain amount of money as a compensation. Is it permissible for her to take that money? • Read More
The Driver Causing the Accident is the Guarantor A driver had an accident because his car was hit by a water tank-truck whose driver made a sudden turn to another lane. His car was forced to get to the other side of the road , and struck a second car. As a result , a child-in the second car-was killed and those with him were injured. Who is to pay the Diyah(blood money) of the child, taking into consideration that the traffic report held the water tank-truck driver responsible ? • Read More
Ruling on Abolishing the Death Penalty What is the Sha`ree`ah Ruling on Abolishing the Death Penalty? • Read More
The Diyyah of the Killed is Due on the One Causing the Accident A traffic accident involving my daughter, her two daughters and her husband at one end, and a young man on the other end took place, leading to the death of them all. According to the traffic report, the young man caused the accident, so is it permissible for me to demand the Diyah(blood money) ? • Read More
Ruling on Violating Rights of Intellectual Property Is violating the rights of intellectual property, namely authorship and internet credit card fraud, considered a kind of theft that entails discretionary punishment or punishment determined by Shariah for crimes(Hudud) or considered a kind of banditry? If it is a discretionary, what prevented the execution of punishment determined by Sharia for crimes? • Read More
Ruling on Selling Expired Foods and its Consequences One day, a person died after he had consumed an expired product . What is the seller liable for from the perspective of Sharia? • Read More