Submitted by on Sun, 14/09/2008 - 03:44
Dear Brother / Sister,
According to the three sects (Shafi, Hanefi and Maliki sects) performing hajj (pilgrimage) duty with ill-gotten gains is acceptable, but its merit will be less and s/he will be sinful. But according to Hanbali sect, one can not perform hajj duty with ill-gotten gains.
Here is a known truth that a Muslim cannot receive interest from another Muslim even in a non-Muslim country.
Questions on Islam
- Muslims working abroad deposit their money in the banks there. When they withdraw this money, they are given some amount of interest. Some do not receive this money considering it illicit whereas some receive the money saying that to receive interest from
- Is it appropriate to pay commission to someone who works in a company that we desire to sell our products to, in order to persuade them to buy your products?
- Is it permissible to work in a bank in a non-Muslim country?
- Is share market business and life insurance allowed in Islam?
- Is it religiously permissible to draw interest in Dar-ul Harb?
- The Muslims working in countries like Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands deposit their money in banks in order to keep them. Is it permissible to receive the interest given by the banks?
- Is private life insurance permissible?
- Is it permitted to deposit money in the bank without interest and to keep money in demand deposit in the bank?
- What are the frequent questions about hajj?
- Why is Interest Forbidden?