Adultery is against sound natural disposition, regardless of religion. This crime is looked upon in any society guided by morals and virtues. Islam regards adultery one of the major sins and sources of evil—punishable with death. Prohibiting such a crime is intended to safeguard society against moral decay and other ills.
The noble Qur’an teaches us that there is no compulsion in religion. Does the punishment for apostasy conflict with this Qur’anic principle? What about drinking alcohol? Is it prohibited, and why? Watch this video and listen to Dr. Bilal Philips’ answers…
In this 8-episode series, Sheikh Abdurraheem Green talks about the major sins which have been forbidden by Allah in the Qur’an and by His Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) in the Sunnah and which have been made clear by the actions of the first righteous generation of Muslims, the Companions of the Prophet.
The E-Da`wah Committee, owned by Al-Najat Charity Society in Kuwait, presents this short video on the concept of salvation in the three Abrahamic religions; Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Murder is indeed a heinous crime that is naturally rejected by all humans. Almighty Allah threatens the murderer with a painful punishment in the hereafter, unless he or she sincerely repents. In this video, Sheikh `Abdur-Rahim Green speaks about this major sin and the system of retribution in Islam.
How does Islam see sin and evil? On the Day of Judgment will we be held accountable for what our ancestors did? What is demanded from us as humans?
Allah is All-Merciful and Oft-Forgiving. Indeed, He may forgive all sins except for one. What is that sin? Why is it unforgivable?
Committing shirk is the greatest major sin. Why? What is shirk? What does Allah say about it in the Qur’an? What is the punishment for those who commit shirk?