It was spread by calling people to Islam and also by fighting people who apposed Islam and rejected allowing Islam to reach their people. No one was compelled to enter Islam as people have the freedom to practice their own faith.

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No, this is not true. On the contrary, if you go against your Muslim ruler in order to support this concert, a person would be committing a major sin and would probably join the khawarij.

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This is up to the Muslim ruler to implement it or to stop taking it. It Is not an issue for the laymen to implement or to discuss.

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No, it is not obligatory especially when people are divided and wouldn’t come into common terms. It is not part of the pillars of Islam nor it is part of the pillars of Iman!

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Scholars say that it is not permissible to revolt against a ruler unless one sees blatant kufr that is backed by evidence from Allah and that there wouldn’t be any bloodshed or corruption in the land! This might have happened in Tunisia as things are not yet settled. This is surely not the case in […]

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I wasn’t there at the time! However, the Arabian Peninsula was not under the Ottoman Empire! And even if this was the case, we have the Quran and sunnah as our point of reference and not Mohammed Ibn Saood.

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I wasn’t there at the time and it wouldn’t get you closer to Allah to know this! Therefore, focus on what gets you close to Allah!

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