.The Crescent of the Month of Shawwal 1439 has been Sighted at Thursday Night. Eid ul-Fitr will be Friday, June 15th, 2018. May Allah Accepts the Deeds of all Believers.

.The Crescent of the Month of Shawwal 1439 has been Sighted at Thursday Night. Eid ul-Fitr will be Friday, June 15th, 2018. May Allah Accepts the Deeds of all Believers.
2018/06/14

The crescent of the month of Shawwal 1439 has been sighted at Thursday Night. Eid ul-Fitr will be Friday, June 15th, 2018.

.May Allah accepts the deeds of all believers.

Day Questions

I have heard from Ahl Al-Sunnah that a Shia Marja stated the following: "Reconciliatory Taqiyyah. This type of Taqiyyah is done when a person intends to reconcile with the other side or when he intends to soften their hearts. This kind of Taqiyyah is permissible but not obligatory." They have related this belief to the verse: “When they [hypocrites] meet those who believe, they say: ‘We believe.’ But when they are alone with their evil ones, they say: ‘We are really with you, we (were) only jesting.’” (Quran, 2:14) I am having a hard time replying to this.

The connection made between reconciliatory Taqiyya – which is based on softening the hearts – and the mentioned verse is originated from intolerance against the Shias and ignorance of the reasons and justifications behind Taqiyyah. All Muslims are under the flag of Islam and softening their heart by the decrease of their differences is amongst the interests that has concerned the Shias and their Imams throughout history. The mentioned verse speaks of the hypocrites who do not believe in the Hereafter or in the foundations of the religion, and they claim to be Muslims in front of other Muslims. So how are those people considered to be attempting to unite the Muslims and decrease the level of differences between them? Those fanatics do not understand anything but intolerance and rejection of other sects and disregarding them, and do not care about the image of Islam or its high concerns. Today they are more harmful than the direct enemies of Islam as a result of their behaviors that originated from narrow-minded thinking and blind prejudice.

Is the income of a believing woman lawful if she does not wear hijab at work, voluntarily or because she was required at her workplace not to do so?

A woman must wear the hijab during work and in other places in the presence of non-Mahram men. If she decides not to, she will be a sinner, but this does not affect the lawfulness of the income that she receives for such a work.