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In love with a Muslim

I'm a non-Muslim, But I Love a Muslim Man

In this counseling answer: • Love requires sacrifice, communication, compromise, trust that grows stronger over time. • Allow yourself to heal from this ordeal. • Spend time with positive people. • Know what you want in a significant other. As-Salamu ‘Alaikum Sister, Thank you for sending us your question. It is apparent that you are heartbroken about your recent break-up …


Can Non-Muslim Drunken Grandma See My Daughter?

Wa `alaykum as-Salamu wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. In this fatwa: 1- Indeed, all Muslims are highly urged to keep good relations with their kinship even if they are non-Muslims. 2- …

Doctor's Advice

Follow Non-Muslim Doctor's Advice for Worships?

Is it lawful to abide by a trustworthy non-Muslim doctor’s instructions when he says, for instance, that the patient should not pray while standing or that he is not physically able to fast?

Can I Give Charity To Non-Muslim Organizations?

There is no reason why we can’t give charity to non-Muslim organizations if they work for the whole of humanity, like Cancer Research for example. After all don’t Muslims get cancer too?

Top 10 Facts About Ramadan By A Non-Muslim

Top 10 Facts About Ramadan By A Non-Muslim

Ramadan is the month of fasting and when the Qur’an was revealed. This is a great video by a non-Muslim who counts down top 10 facts about Ramadan. It is aimed at non-Muslims to educated them what is Ramadan. Share!

What Is Islam?

What Is Islam?

This video is aimed for non-Muslim who don’t know what Muslims believe in. It tells you what Muslims believe in terms of God, religion, and prophecy in a simple way so that everyone will understand what a Muslim’s basic belief is.

Fasting Changed My Life Forever

Fasting Changed My Life Forever - A Convert's Story

I fasted and I worked the whole day and everything went fine without food. So I met the challenge. And then I decided “OK, so let me do the whole month of Ramadan,” fasting only but not on a religious ground because I wasn’t Muslim at the time. And I made it.

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