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13- Interaction in Social Life

Each society has its own social circumstances with its own traditions, formalities, values and customs. It is natural that the values and customs of societies in foreign countries would differ from those of our Muslim societies. These differences place the Muslim living in such societies, in a constant state of questing about what is permissible for him and what is not.

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    Each society has its own social circumstances with its own traditions, formalities, values and customs. It is natural that the values and customs of societies in foreign countries would differ from those of our Muslim societies. These differences …

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    Rights of one’s Relatives290. Maintaining ties with one’s relations (silatur rahim) is obligatory upon Muslims, and severing those ties (qat‘ur rahim) is one of the major sins. Since maintaining the ties is obligatory and severing them is a …

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    318. Question: Is it permissible to participate in the funeral ceremony of a non-Muslim, if he was, for example, a neighbour?Answer: If the deceased and those organizing the funeral are not known to have hatred towards Islam and Muslims, …

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