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Dr. Yusuf Qaradhawi - Lawful and Not In Islam (Very organized)

Dr. Yusuf Qaradhawi - Lawful and Not In Islam (Very organized)

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A Very organized and clear file I found of Sheikh Dr. Yusuf Qaradhawi concerning Islamic rulings.
A Very organized and clear file I found of Sheikh Dr. Yusuf Qaradhawi concerning Islamic rulings.

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Dr. Yusuf al-Qaradawi
 
 
Page
2
1.
 
INTRODUCTION
........................................................................................................................
7
2.
 
THE ISLAMIC PRINCIPLES PERTAINING TO HALAL AND HARAM
........................ 12
 
2.1
T
HE
B
ASIC
A
SL
R
EFERS TO THE
P
ERMISSIBILITY OF
T
HINGS
.................................................... 13
 
2.2
T
O
M
AKE
L
AWFUL AND TO
P
ROHIBIT
I
S THE
R
IGHT OF
A
LLAH
A
LONE
................................... 14
 
2.3
P
ROHIBITING THE
 H 
 ALAL
AND
P
ERMITTING THE
 H 
 ARAM 
I
S
S
IMILAR TO
C
OMMITTING
S
 HIRK 
.... 16
 
2.4
T
HE
P
ROHIBITION OF
T
HINGS
I
S
D
UE TO
T
HEIR
I
MPURITY AND
H
ARMFULNESS
....................... 17
 
2.5
W
HAT IS
 H 
 ALAL
I
S
S
UFFICIENT
, W
HILE
W
HAT IS
 H 
 ARAM 
I
S
S
UPERFLUOUS
.............................. 18
 
2.6
W
HATEVER
I
S
C
ONDUCIVE TO THE
 H 
 ARAM 
I
S
I
TSELF
 H 
 ARAM 
................................................... 19
 
2.7
F
ALSELY
R
EPRESENTING THE
 H 
 ARAM 
AS
 H 
 ALAL
I
S
P
ROHIBITED
............................................... 19
 
2.8
G
OOD
I
NTENTIONS
D
O
N
OT
M
AKE THE
 H 
 ARAM 
A
CCEPTABLE
.................................................. 19
 
2.9
D
OUBTFUL
T
HINGS
A
RE
T
O
B
E
A
VOIDED
................................................................................ 20
 
2.10
T
HE
 H 
 ARAM 
I
S
 
P
ROHIBITED TO
E
VERYONE
A
LIKE
............................................................... 21
 
2.11
N
ECESSITY
D
ICTATES
E
XCEPTIONS
..................................................................................... 22
 
3.
 
THE HALAL AND THE HARAM IN THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE MUSLIM
............. 23
 
3.1
F
OOD AND
D
RINK
..................................................................................................................... 23
 
3.1.1
The Attitude of the Brahmins Toward Slaughtering Animals and Eating Meat 
............. 23
 3.1.2
 An
imals Prohibited to the Jews and Christians
............................................................. 23
 3.1.3
The Attitude of the Pre
-
 Islamic Arabs
............................................................................ 23
 3.1.4
 Islam Permits What Is Wholesome
................................................................................. 24
 
The Prohibition of Eating What
Is Dead and Its Wisdom
........................................................................24
 
The Prohibition of Flowing Blood
............................................................................................................25
 
Pork 
..........................................................................................................................................................25
 
That Which Is Dedicated to Anyone Other Than Allah
............................................................................25
 
Types of Dea
d Animals
............................................................................................................................25
 
Reasons for the Prohibition of the Foregoing Categories
.........................................................................26
 
Animal Sacrifices
.....................................................................................................................................26
 
The Exemption of Sea Food and Locusts
................................................................................................
.26
Ma
king Use of the Skin, Bones, and Hair of the Animal
.........................................................................27
 
3.1.5
 Necessity Dictates Exceptions
........................................................................................ 27 
 3.1.6 
 Medical Necessity
........................................................................................................... 27 
 3.1.7 
 Necessity Does Not Exist if the Society Possesses Excess Food 
.................................... 28
 3.1.8
The Islamic Manner of Slaughtering
.............................................................................. 28
 
All Marine Animals Are Halal
.................................................................................................................28
 
Prohibited Terrestrial Animals
.................................................................................................................28
 
The Requirement of Slaughtering in the Islamic Manner
.........................................................................29
 
The Conditions of Islamic Slauthering
.....................................................................................................29
 
The Wisdom of the Islamic Manner of Slaughtering
................................................................................30
 
The Significanse
of Mentioning Allah´s Name
........................................................................................31
 
Animals Slauthered by the People of the Book 
........................................................................................31
 
Animals Slaughtered for Churches and Christian Festivals
......................................................................31
 
Animals Slaughtered By Elec
tric Shock and Other Methods
...................................................................32
 
The Meat of Zorostrians and Others Like Them
......................................................................................32
 
A Rule: What We Do Not See Should Not Be Probed Into
......................................................................33
 
3.1.9
 Hunting
........................................................................................................................... 33
 
Conditions Pertaining to the Hunter
.........................................................................................................33
 
Conditions Pertaining to the Game
...........................................................................................................34
 
Conditions Pertaining to the Instrument
...................................................................................................34
 
Hunting with Weapons
.............................................................................................................................34
 
Hunting with Dogs and the Like
...............................................................................................................34
 
When the Game is Found Dead
................................................................................................................35
 
3.1.10
 
 Intoxicant 
....................................................................................................................... 35
 
All That Intoxicates Is Haram
..................................................................................................................36
 
Whatever Intoxicates in Large Amounts is Haram in Any Amount
.........................................................37
 Trading in Alcohol
...................................................................................................................................37
 
Alcohol Cannot Be Given as a Gift
..........................................................................................................37
 
Avoiding Drinking Parties
........................................................................................................................37
 
Alcohol, Itself a Disease, Cannot Be a Medicine
.....................................................................................38
 
3.1.11
 
 Drugs.............................................................................................................................. 38
 
The Consumption of Harmful Things is Haram
.......................................................................................39
 
 
 
Page 3
3.2
C
LOTHING AND
A
DORNMENT
................................................................................................... 39
 
3.2.1
Cleanliness and Beautification Are Characteristics of Islam
......................................... 40
 3.2.2
Gold and Silk 
.................................................................................................................. 41
 
Gold and Pure Silk are Haram for Men
....................................................................................................41
 
The
Wisdom of These Two Prohitibitions Concerning Men
....................................................................41
 
Why Gold and Silk are Permitted to Women
...........................................................................................42
 
3.2.3
The Dress of The Muslim
............................................................................................... 42
 
The Dress of the Muslim Woman
.............................................................................................................42
 Concerning Woman´s Imitationg Man and Vice Versa
............................................................................42
 
Dressing for the Sake of Ostentation and Pride
........................................................................................43
 
3.2.4
 Artificial Change of Features
......................................................................................... 43
 
Going to Extremes in Beautification by Changing What Allah Created
...................................................43
 
The Prohibion of Tattoing, Cutting the Teeth, and undergoing Surgery for Beautificatiopn
....................43
 
Plucking the Eyebrows
.............................................................................................................................44
 
Wigs and Hairpieces
................................................................................................................................
.44
Dyeing the Hair
........................................................................................................................................45
 Letting the Beard Grow
............................................................................................................................45
 
3.3
T
HE
H
OME
................................................................................................................................ 46
 
3.3.1
The use of Gold and Silver 
............................................................................................. 47 
 3.3.2
Statues
............................................................................................................................ 48
 
Islam Prohibits Statues
.............................................................................................................................48
 
The Wisdom of Prohibiting Statues
..........................................................................................................48
 
The Islamic Manner of Commemorating the Great
..................................................................................49
 The Exemption of Children´s Toys
..........................................................................................................50
 
Incomplete or Defaced Statues
.................................................................................................................51
 Paintings and One-
Dimensional Ornaments
.............................................................................................51
 
The permissibility of a
Debased Figure
....................................................................................................54
 
3.3.3
Photographs
................................................................................................................... 54
 
The Subject Matter of Photographs
..........................................................................................................55
 
A Summary of the Rlings Pertaining to Figures awl Their Makers
..........................................................56
 
3.3.4
 Dogs............................................................................................................................... 56 
 
Keeping Dogs Without Necessity
.............................................................................................................56
 
The Permissibility of Keeping Hunting Dogs and Watch Dogs
...............................................................56
 
The Findings of Scientific Research Relative to Keeping Dogs
...............................................................57
 
3.4
W
ORK AND
E
ARNING
L
IVELIHOOD
........................................................................................... 58
 
3.4.1
 Agriculture
..................................................................................................................... 59
 
Earning Through Agriculture
...................................................................................................................59
 Prohibited Crops
.......................................................................................................................................60
 
3.4.2
 Industries
........................................................................................................................ 60
 
Industries and Professions
........................................................................................................................60
 
Industries and Professions Condemned by Islam
.....................................................................................61
 
3.4.3 Trade
.............................................................................................................................. 62
 
Prohibited Kinds of Trade
........................................................................................................................64
 
Salaried Employment
...............................................................................................................................65
 
Prohibited Types of Employment
.............................................................................................................66
 
3.4.4
 A General Rule in Earning a Living
............................................................................... 66 
 
4.
 
THE HALAL AND HARAM IN THE MARRIAGE AND FAMILY LIF
E
......................... 67
 
4.1
T
HE
P
HYSICAL
A
PPETITES
........................................................................................................ 67
 
4.1.1
The Prohibition of Approaching Zina
............................................................................ 67 
 4.1.2
Khulwah
......................................................................................................................... 68
 4.1.3
 Looking With Desire at the Opposite Sex
....................................................................... 68
 4.1.4
The Prohibition of Looking at the 'Awrah of Others
...................................................... 69
 4.1.5
What May Be Seen of the Man or Woman
...................................................................... 70
 4.1.6 
The
 Display of Women's Adornment: What Is and What Is Not 
..................................... 70
 4.1.7 
Women's 'Awrah
............................................................................................................. 72
 4.1.8
Concerning Women Going to Public Baths
.................................................................... 73
 4.1.9
The Prohibition of the Display of Women's Attractions
................................................. 73
 
4.1.10
 
 How a Muslim Woman Should Conduct Herself 
............................................................ 74
 
4.1.11
 
 A Woman's Serving Male Guests
.................................................................................... 75
 
4.1.12
 
Sexual Perversion: A Major Sin
..................................................................................... 76 
 
4.1.13
 
 A Ruling Concerning Masturbation
............................................................................... 76 
 
4.2
M
ARRIAGE
............................................................................................................................... 77
 

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