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18-12-2002 @ 12:00 AM    Notify Admin about this post
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Assalaamuaalaikum wa rahmathullahi wa barakaathuhu!

Can anyone let me know if you know of a fatwa if
it is permissible to use fictitious stories to teach children morals in school or at home?

Jazakallahu Khair!

Wa'assalaamuaalaikum wa rahmathullahi wa barkaathuhu!

Our da?wah and our ?aqeedah is more beloved to us than our own selves, our wealth and our offspring.  So we are not prepared to part with it for gold, nor silver.  We say this so that no one may have hope in buying out our da?wah, nor should he think that  it is possible for him to purchase it from us for deenaar or dirham. Since the politicians already know this about us, so they have despaired of buying it from us with granted positions or wealth..Shaikh, the Allamah, Muqbil ibn Hadee Al Waa'di'ee (Rahimahullah).

This message was edited by abdul.azeem on 12-18-02 @ 3:50 PM

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