Selling Wine
Question :

I gave a loan to an unemployed person, and then he found work in selling wine. After he earned money through this work he repaid his debt to me. Is this money lawful for me?

Answer :

If he was selling the wine to Muslims only then his money is unlawful, if he was selling it to non-Muslims, and paid off his debt from this money then it is permissible to use the given money. The same applies if he was selling the wine to both Muslims and non-Muslims.

Dealing with who involved in Prohibition
Question :

If someone is working in a prohibited job and he buys something for the house like bread. Is it permissible for me to eat it? If he/she buys me a gift, it is permissible for me to take it?

Answer :

Yes, it is permissible in both cases.

Accepting Change from Shops that Sell alcohol
Question :

Is it permissible to accept change from shops and supermarkets that sell alcohol and other forbidden products?

Answer :

It is permissible to accept change from such shops.

Eating the Food of whoever invloves in Prohibitions
Question :

My aunt has a job where she deals with Riba (interest). Is it permissible for me to eat the food she buys?

Answer :

Yes, it is permissible.

Dealing with who involved in Prohibition
Question :

My aunt works in a bank and deals with getting customers to purchase services that involve interest. I found out that her income is prohibited but wanted to ask if the food she buys is considered prohibited too since it was bought with this money. I am asking as I go to her house sometimes and my family eats there. Should I avoid it?

Answer :

Yes, you are permitted.