Bad Blood
Question :

I have heard that people who have born out of marriage are seen as inheriting 'bad blood', which means they naturally have a "bad blood line"?

Answer :

Those people do not bear the responsibly of their parents' crime. They are judged by almighty Allah just like He judges other people. He said: "He who does wrong will have the recompense thereof" (123:4).

Contemplation Sins
Question :

Is contemplating sin a sin?

Answer :

Contemplation of a sin is not a sin. Yes, the individual deserves godly punishment when he/she starts the actual act of the sin practically because this involves audacity against the Creator and a violation of His sanctity.

Contemplation Sins
Question :

What is the punishment for contemplating sin?

Answer :

A person desiring to commit the sin will not be punished without actually committing the sin.

Contemplation of Siins
Question :

Does the ability of the person contemplating sin to actually carry out his thoughts have any bearing on the punishment? If, for example, I want to commit adultery but I do not know how to approach a woman. Another person may be able to do so, yet refrains from doing it. Is that person's sin and mine of the same severity?

Answer :

The individual does not deserve to be punished for a sin just because he wants to commit it. If he is able to commit the sin but refuses to do so because he fears or respects God, Almighty Allah will reward him for passing such a test correctly.

Sins
Question :

I start an action to commit a sin. However, this action, with all my intention to sin, did not result in any sinful result. Have I committed a sin?

Answer :

If you intended to commit the sin purposely, then you have wronged. You should seek the forgiveness from Almighty Allah, although the sin has not been committed as per your question.

Adultery
Question :

If someone in his youth committed the sin of adultery and then repented and has thereafter not committed such sins, should he still expect punishment on the Day of Judgment?

Answer :

Certain verses from the Quran and religious texts indicate that when a person sins and afterwards regrets what he has done and decides to stop committing such a sin, then almighty Allah will not punish him.

Marriage
Question :

I just want to ask you if it is true when people say that marriage is due to fate. If this is true that means that a person does not have a choice in their marriage and does not have free-will?

Answer :

Everything in this universe is under the godly control but Almighty Allah gave the human being the ability to act and enabled him to do the act or not to do it. Therefore, the individual should choose the life partner based on what is good for him in this life and the hereafter.

The black stone
Question :

What should be our belief towards the black stone of the Kaaba? We are told that it was brought down by angel Gabriel from heaven. How true is this? Some people say it is probably a meteorite. Kindly clear the issue.

Answer :

We believe in it as the religious texts describe. It was narrated that it is a stone from heaven. Even if it was proven that it is a meteorite, such a thing does not oppose the unseen side of it as the texts indicate.

Tawalla and Tabarra
Question :

Are tawalli and tabarri considered as one of the fundamentals of the religion or branch issues in it?

Answer :

They are considered as perfections to the beliefs of the true religion.

Reincarnation
Question :

Many people around the world believe in reincarnation. What is the view of Islam on reincarnation?

Answer :

There is no doubt that reincarnation is an invalid concept. The entity of the human being does not change after death. Almighty Allah resurrects him after his death in his original form and identity and he will be judged for his actions. Allah almighty said "And whoso doeth good an atoms weight will see it then, And whoso doeth ill an atoms weight will see it then." (Quran 99:7-8)