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Ruling on selling an item that is not in the seller’s possession, and ways of correcting this way of doing business

21-04-2019
Question - 160559
I live in a foreign country, where our financial situation is very bad, and my husband is not working. I have decided to help my husband, so I have started to offer my services over the Internet to any sister who wants to buy products from the country in which I am living. She can request a specific item, which I look for and send the purchaser a picture of the item. If she agrees, I work out the price, along with shipping costs, and ask for the money so that I can buy the item, then I send it to the purchaser. Things were going very well and I was happy with my work, until one day a businesswoman asked me for something – and sent me links to websites where I could find it – and I worked out the price of the goods and she transferred the money to me, which was US$670. When I had ordered the goods and was waiting for them to be delivered to me, they were not delivered. The problem here is that I bought the goods, but they were not delivered to me. When we…

MUSIC AND SUNNAH

The truth must be told even if it is bitter.

*DON’T LISTEN TO MUSIC*

_*Why did you say that?*_
Because music is HARAM!!!
_*Did you say Haram?*_ Is it not a Makrooh?
No! Music falls under the category of haram.
Ok, fine.. _*What’s your proof?*_

*In Surah Luqman Verse 6, Allah says:*

" Among men are those who purchase idle talks to mislead men from the path of Allah ".
The word lahwal hadith according to Ibn Mas`ood, the four Khalifas, the eminent Sahabaah, the Tabi`een, the four Imaams and other reliable Islamic scholars and authorities have agreed that it is referred to as al-ghina or music.

In Sahih al-Bukhari, Vol 7, the book of drinks
no 5590 reported by Abu Malik Al-Ashari that…
`There will be people of my Ummah who will seek to make lawful; fornication, wine-drinking and the use
of ma`aazif (musical instruments ).`
Seeking to make lawful means they are all unlawful.
So from the verse and the hadith, the four imams
unanimously agreed that music is haram.

_*But what is …

INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY OF ARTHROPODS

EXTERNAL STRUCTURE OF AN INSECT
Content
INTRODUCTION
BODY SEGMENTATION
BODY REGIONS
Aims
To have a basic understanding of what the science of entomology is all about.
To review the classification and features of significant groups in the Phylum Arthropoda.
THE INSECT’S CUTICLE
Unlike vertebrates, insects have no backbones. Instead, they have a tough outer support framework or exoskeleton called cuticle. The cuticle of each segment is formed into several hardened plates called sclerites, separated by infolds (sutures), which give it flexibility. The sclerite covering each segment can be divided into 4 main parts, namely, a dorsal region or tergum, a ventral region or sternum and on either side, a lateral region or pleuron. The sclerites are more developed in some parts of the insect than others e.g. pleural sclerites are more developed and pronounced on the thorax than the abdominal region. The uppermost layer of the insect cuticle is waxy in nature; it controls water permeability and…

PROCEDURER AND OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAM

Procedural  Programming: Procedural  language  is  a  type  of  computer  programming  language  that specifies  a  series  of  well-structured  steps  and  procedures  within  its programming  context  to  compose  a  program.  It  contains  a  systematic order   of   statements,   functions   and   commands   to   complete   a computational  task  or  program. Procedural  language  segregates  a  program  within  variables,  functions, statements  and  conditional  operators.  Procedures  or  functions  are implemented  on  the  data  and  variables  to  perform  a  task.  These procedures  can  be  called/invoked  anywhere  between  the  program hierarchy  and  by  other  procedures  as  well.  A  program  written  in procedural  language  contains  one  or  more  procedures. Object-Oriented  Programming Object-oriented  programming  is  centered  on  creating   objects   rather than  procedures/  functions.  Objects  are  a  made  up  of  procedures  that manipulate  that  data.  …

OPERATING SYSTEM

An  operating  system  (OS)  can  be  defined  as  a  set  of  computer  programs  that manage  the  hardware  and  software  resources  of  a  computer.  An  operating  system maintains  a  proper  balance  between  the  software  and  hardware  present  in  a computer  system.  It  is  also  called  the  infrastructure  software  component  of  a computer  system  due  to  the  fact  that  it  is  responsible  for  the  management  and coordination  of  activities  and  the  sharing  of  the  limited  resources  of  the  computer. The  operating  system  acts  as  a  host  for  applications  that  are  run  on  the  machine.  As a  host,  one  of  the  purposes  of  an  operating  system  is  to  handle  the  details  of  the operation  of  the  hardware.  This  relieves  application  programs  from  having  to manage  these  details  and  makes  it  easier  to  write  applications.  Operating  Systems can  be  viewed  from  two  points  of  views:    Resource  manager  and  Extend…