Why does islamqa?
twist things and sound sexist? I mean they think that islam says men are superior to women or women are less intelligent. I saw one women actually agree with this because she thought it was islam. I am dissapointed with that site.
Does it break your fast if you kiss your girlfriend during ramadan?
what do u think, moron? having a girlfriend is HARAAM. would u like me to spell it out for you? H-A-R-A-A-M! if u know then why are u going to fast? u obviously dont fear Allah so dont bother, hypocrite “The hypocrites among you today are worse than the hypocrites who lived at the time of the Messenger of Allah SAW!” He was asked: “O Aba ‘Abdillah, how is this so?” He replied: “ They used to hide their hypocrisy. As for the ones today, they display it openly.” [Hudhayfah Ibn Al-Yamman ("Al-Musannaf", 15/109)] The Hypocrites will be in the lowest depths of the Fire: no helper wilt thou find for them;- —Sura 4 (An-Nisa)
Ramadan: Who are Wahhabis?
Look at this boy who went to a wahhabi school. He took an interview with people and look at his answers. The questioner said: If you go to school in Saudi Arabia, what do you learn about people who are not followers of Wahhabi, of the prophet? The boy's response is: "The religious curriculum in Saudi Arabia teaches you that people are basically two sides: Salafis [Wahhabis], who are the winners, the chosen ones, who will go to heaven, and the rest. The rest are Muslims and Christians and Jews and others. They are either kafirs, who are deniers of God, or mushrak, putting gods next to God, or enervators, that's the lightest one. The enervators of religion who are they call the Sunni Muslims who ... for instance, celebrate Prophet Mohammed's birthday, and do some stuff that is not accepted by Salafis. And all of these people are not accepted by Salafi as Muslims. As I said, "claimant to Islam." And all of these people are supposed to be hated, to be persecuted, even killed. And we have several clergy -- not one Salafi clergy -- who have said that against the Shi'a and against the other Muslims. And they have done it in Algeria, in Afghanistan. This is the same ideology. They just have the same opportunity. They did it in Algeria and Afghanistan, and now New York. ..." The questioner then said: What do you mean, it reached New York? The boy said: "Well, when it was a local problem, the American media did not really care much about it. But until September 11, you saw how this faith of hate, I call it, did to all of us, to New Yorkers and to the rest of the world, honestly. ..." The questioner then said: But the Saudi government has condemned what happened on September 11.... Boy: [cuts off the questioner and says] ".. Yes, Prince Nayif condemned bin Laden, and other princes... Prince Turki condemned bin Laden. They did not condemn that message. They condemned bin Laden. ... Bin Laden learned this in Saudi Arabia. He didn't learn it in the moon. That message that Bin Laden received, it still is taught in Saudi Arabia. And if bin Laden dies, and this policy or curriculum stays, we will have other bin Ladens. ..." There are other questions.
What are the rules about kissing during Ramadan?
Apparently you can kiss your spouse during Ramadaan even while fasting as long as there is no exchange of fluids to interfere with the fasting process (no eating or drinking, sex etc.).After the fast is broken, you can indulge to your hearts content until the fast starts the next day.You can kiss your children and your family members as long as the tenets of the fast are adhered to.You are not allowed to kiss your spouse to orgasm and vice versa during the fast, just remember that!
Can i kiss my girlfriend on the cheek in ramadan?
You really have to sort your priorities. Fasting is about refraining from these things. It's not about starving yourself and doing nothing else. It's a state of mind, when you're supposed to be god-conscious the whole day. Seriously dude.. lay off them fitnalicious things.
Is Rayyan a girl or boy name??
It can be either but I think most of the time its used for boys.
Why won't my Muslim fiance even speak to me during Ramadan?
Maybe stuff between you two a little bit not religious and violating Islam's terms and rules (Shari'ah) , I can't really sy so, but if it is, as Ramadan is the month of prayers and Taqwa, he decided to stay a bit away as he regrted the things he has done with you, and trying to repent, so start this matter with him, ask hime what does we do that violates your religion's commands and terms.And keep in mind that Islam totally allows a man speaking to his fiancee, but they're not allowed to touch each other or even speak nasty love words like most of the world does.Ask him and make sure you get his reasons and why he's doing this, and if I aimed right with the above, then offer him you both are going to stop such things for him and his religion, he'll be very happy and pleased with you for doing so.And I wish you well and happiness in both, your life and afterlife.
What is the punishment for kissing a boy in Islam?
There’s no Quranic punishment. It’s just a sin you committed.You know it’s a sin because the Quran requires both genders to “lower the gaze and guard your private parts” in verses 24:30–31. We know that the actual meaning of lowering one’s gaze is to not stare at the opposite sex in a way that gets you aroused (except the spouse) because immediately after the command it said “AND” guard the private parts; the word “and” indicates that they both are related, and the only way lowering the gaze is related to guarding the private parts (which means keeping away from sex until marriage) is that lustful gazes make one more vulnerable to sex, and therefore lessens our guard on our private parts, and to avoid this one should not look at the opposite sex in a way that gets them aroused.If one is not allowed to stare in a way that causes arousal, how can one justify touching in ways that cause arousal (and go beyond gazing) like kissing?You committed a sin, now you ask God for forgiveness. That’s how it works for all sins, including the ones that have a specific punishment (not this one).