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The Islamic State, Caliphate and Khilafah

A grand meeting was convened in Egypt – referred to as the Body of Religious Knowledge in Egypt for the Research into the Matter of the Khilafah and Preaching and the Meeting was for the entire Muslim world on behalf … Continue reading

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Sayyid Qutb and the Muslim Brotherhood

The Imam and Shaikh, Hasan Ma’mun,[1] head of Al-Azhar, made the following query to a marja`: What do we understand about Sayyid Qutb and his works, particularly Milestones (Ar. Ma`alam Fit-Tariq)? The answer given by the marja`, Imam Muhammad `Abdul … Continue reading

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Conducting Transactions with A Bank

The following question was put forward by one of the Muslims of Kazan, Russia by the name of `Abdul Karim ibn Damanla Muhammad Sadiq al-`Uthmani al-Qarghali on the date of 12 Dhul Hijjah 1331 AH: Is it permissible to conduct … Continue reading

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