Imam al-Sadiq (AS) said, 'Generosity is one of the noble traits possessed by prophets. It is the pillar of belief, such that only a true believer will be generous, as well as one who possesses great certainty and high aspiration, for generosity is a gleam from the light of certainty, and the one who knows what he wants finds it easy to give away.

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Question ID  1226  -  Business Investment -  2014-03-23 21:30:02
Is it permissible to sell leather products that contain pig skin?
Answer:-  Selling pig skin for wearing is not allowed.
Mohammad aql-Musawi

Question ID  1058  -  Business Investment -  2014-01-16 03:45:01
Salaam u alaykum I am writing to you regarding question 1051, I asked this the other day, however I just wanted to clarify that I do not clean the glasses that are used for drinking alcohol, I only clean the plates which halal food is served on, the glasses are cleaned by someone else totally, In the time of working there they asked me once to take the rubbish out (this was loads of empty alcohol bottles)and also the empty boxes I had to chuck in the bin, . .Is the income I got from this still unlawful ? as I was not paid for that, I was just paid for my duties to clean the plates ? also is it haraam for me to work there if sometimes I may be asked to do such extra tasks which involve empty bottles ?
Answer:-  Any work related to alcohol is Haraam in Islam.
Question ID  1051  -  Business Investment -  2014-01-15 03:45:02
salaam u alaykum I have a job in a restaurant, the duties are for me to clean the dishes and prepare the food, it is a halal restaurant run by muslims but they also sell alcohol, I am sometimes asked to throw out the empty bottles of alcohol and boxes, I do not sell any products as my main duties are to clean dishes in the kitchen, can I still work here ? and the money I have already received is this halal or not and how should i purify myself from it ?
Answer:-  If you clean the glasses to be used for drinking alcohol, this work is
Haraam ( forbidden) and the money gained from any forbidden work is also
unlawful money. You should not work any work which is related to alcohol in
any direct or indirect way. Previous amount received for unlawful work must
be given to the poor persons as Majhool al Maalik.

Question ID  1028  -  Business Investment -  2014-01-11 06:00:01
My date of Khums is 10th June. Since I am a salaried person and I also do some part time job i know that my khums would be in the range of 50000 to 60000Rs. Can I pay my khums to any charitable trust (with IJAZA) in advance for this year to save tax deduction from my salary in the month of march.??
Answer:-  Yes you can pay Khums in advance.

Question ID  960  -  Business Investment -  2013-12-20 00:15:01
Assalaam Alailkum I have been shortlisted for a job which may involve paying for alcohol using the company credit card. This is a very small part of the job, maybe once a year. The alcohol would then be given to colleagues by my boss as a reward for completing a job. If I am interviewed for the job, should I inform the interview panel that as a Muslim I am not permitted to do this? Does the same apply to non halal food? For example purchasing non halal meat sandwiches for colleagues to eat? W/Salaam
Answer:-  It is completely forbidden (Haraam) for any Muslim to do any job or
work related to alcohol even once in the whole life. Haraam is Haraam
always and there is no justification what so ever to do that. You must tell
the company that you are not allowed to do it and will never do it.
Other non Halal food ( except alcohol and pork) is allowed for those who
believe that it is allowed for them.
Mohammad al-Musawi

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