Madinat al-Muslimeen Islamic Message Board
|11/21/01 at 17:55:11|
|Salam Alaikum..Is Lie strictly forbidden? When is Lie allowed? If you lie a person do this count at Judgement day, do we have payback from our good deeds to him/her or get from his/her bad deeds to our account? Wassalamu Alaikum...|
|11/22/01 at 00:18:09|
i think a lie is allowed two times: in times of war to protect the ummah (actually that's an extra-normal circumstance), but in normal circumstances, to cover the fault of a brother (so as not to publically embarass and alienate your brother) and when a man is reconciling with his wife (i believe to save the marriage). asalaamu alaikum. abdullah,.
|11/22/01 at 12:44:17|
lying otherwise should be avoided at all costs...not to mislead our own souls and worse others...
|11/22/01 at 13:25:38|
as salaamu alaykum,
We had a discussion on this [url=http://www.jannah.org/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.pl/YaBB.pl?board=madrasa&action=display&num=3704]here[/url].
|11/22/01 at 13:54:44|
|anik ,, thats 3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!|
you listed them all, but it adds up to 3.
in jihad to confuse the enemy.
in the talk between husband and wife.( you are really pretty, i love you, u look real nice today etc)
to reconcile to brothers who are at bad turms with one another.(he is real sorry for what he said to you, i am sure he didnt mean it)
|11/22/01 at 14:04:53|
|that's sooooooooo cool.|
sometimes we miss the mid point...too many fractions can confuse at certain levels.
|11/22/01 at 14:38:43|
Brother Jehad, I know it's three :)
i was saying the jihad one is circumstantial to times of war while the 2 ones are around all the time. lol maybe i should go back to school. asalaamu alaikum. abdullah,.
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