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  1. Seeking knowledge is compulsory for every Muslim. As a Muslim the primary knowledge he should seek is about Allah and his Prophet Muhammed (PBUH). A Muslim should start from the basic understandings of Islam including Allah, His Prophets, His Books, His Malaika and his Qadr. Learning the fundamentalRead more

    Seeking knowledge is compulsory for every Muslim. As a Muslim the primary knowledge he should seek is about Allah and his Prophet Muhammed (PBUH). A Muslim should start from the basic understandings of Islam including Allah, His Prophets, His Books, His Malaika and his Qadr. Learning the fundamental practices and its methods are obligatory, Learn the method of Salah, Zakat, Fasting. A Muslim is required to learn reading Arabic for reading Quran.

    These are the fundamental learnings a Muslim should acquire in perspective of religion. Later, Islam promotes collecting the knowledges as much as possible, both material knowledge and spiritual knowledge which is also rewarded by Allah hereafter.

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  1. Islam dispels all the superstitions and misconceptions that have been prevalent among people since ancient times, such as the belief that a spider crawls on you is an omen of bad luck. Millions of people encounter spiders daily, and some even live with them. Except for the venom of a poisonous spideRead more

    Islam dispels all the superstitions and misconceptions that have been prevalent among people since ancient times, such as the belief that a spider crawls on you is an omen of bad luck. Millions of people encounter spiders daily, and some even live with them. Except for the venom of a poisonous spider, they pose no harm.

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  1. If the spider is poisonous, it is dangerous and should be killed. However, the spiders that generally live in homes do not cause harm or bite. Therefore, they should not be killed. However, their webs should be cleaned away. You will not incur any sin for killing a poisonous spider; rather, you willRead more

    If the spider is poisonous, it is dangerous and should be killed. However, the spiders that generally live in homes do not cause harm or bite. Therefore, they should not be killed. However, their webs should be cleaned away. You will not incur any sin for killing a poisonous spider; rather, you will be rewarded for protecting God’s creatures from harm.

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  1. Exactly. When it comes to food, eating a spider is prohibited (haram). However, if a spider falls into some food and then leaves, the food does not become haram because a spider does not have flowing blood.

    Exactly. When it comes to food, eating a spider is prohibited (haram). However, if a spider falls into some food and then leaves, the food does not become haram because a spider does not have flowing blood.

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