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    (Original post by Ankabout)
    Student loans is a complicated matter and there are differing opinions among scholars if I'm not wrong.
    I found

    http://www.welfare.qmul.ac.uk/money/loans/

    https://www.gov.uk/government/news/n...-to-university
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    (Original post by Ankabout)
    Student loans is a complicated matter and there are differing opinions among scholars if I'm not wrong.
    I'd like to know who these scholars are and their argument for it.
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    I'd like to know who these scholars are and their argument for it.
    Do a Google search.
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    Thanks for the links. Thankfully I never had to resort to student loans.
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    (Original post by Ankabout)
    Do a Google search.
    Couldn't find any. Though I did find a document that said the main scholars unanimously agree it's haram.
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    Couldn't find any. Though I did find a document that said all scholars unanimously agree it's haram.
    But if you pay quickly then you don't have to pay with interest if I'm not wrong.

    Also not here to argue. Only repeating what I've seen other Muslim posters here say to a rather common question.
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    (Original post by Ankabout)
    But if you pay quickly then you don't have to pay with interest if I'm not wrong.

    Also not here to argue. Only repeating what I've seen other Muslim posters here say to a rather common question.
    I've never heard that before.

    I'm not arguing, just curious.

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    (Original post by Ankabout)
    But if you pay quickly then you don't have to pay with interest if I'm not wrong.

    Also not here to argue. Only repeating what I've seen other Muslim posters here say to a rather common question.
    Its been changed, you incur interest the moment your in first year, its like 3%+ inflation or something while you are at university. Then it drops to the +inflation rate.

    The change has made people think twice and people have set up a system to provide loans which just need to be paid back without any interest, etc.
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    (Original post by Iqbal007)
    Its been changed, you incur interest the moment your in first year, its like 3%+ inflation or something while your at university.
    Oh ok. Thanks for the info.
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    (Original post by HAnwar)
    I've never heard that before.


    I'm not arguing, just curious.

    Ok take a look at these links. Not saying student loans are Halal but you asked so...

    http://www.ummah.com/forum/showthrea...nt-Loans-Halal

    "The scholar I follow says it is permissible to take an interest based loan, because getting an education is more important. Why the need then to develop an alternative model?"
    http://www.halalstudentloans.co.uk/

    http://askthescholar.com/question-de...px?qstID=11784
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    Today's reminder:

    Dawud asked Allah, "What is the least of your blessings?" Allah revealed to him to take a breath. Dawud did so, and Allah told him, This is the least of my blessings on you."

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    (Original post by themorninglight)
    Today's reminder:

    Dawud asked Allah, "What is the least of your blessings?" Allah revealed to him to take a breath. Dawud did so, and Allah told him, This is the least of my blessings on you."

    (Ibin Abid -Dunya, Patience and Gratitude by Ibn Qayim Al Jawziyyah)
    Subhanallah

    Did allah literally speak to dawud (as)?

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    (Original post by Fermion)
    Subhanallah

    Did allah literally speak to dawud (as)?

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    No it says "revealed to him".

    Pretty sure Musa (pbuh) was the only Prophet Allah has spoken to directly.
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    (Original post by Fermion)
    Subhanallah

    Did allah literally speak to dawud (as)?

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    Allah swt spoke through Musa pbuh through a bush on fire. We know God has no form, nor vocal chords or voice. He created or inspired speech, to communicate with Musa pbuh.
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    (Original post by Ankabout)
    No it says "revealed to him".

    Pretty sure Musa (pbuh) was the only Prophet Allah has spoken to directly.
    But then it also says "Allah told him" ...:dontknow:

    Also, muhammad (saw)... Didnt he literally speak to allah when he went to the heavens and was told about the prayers?

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    (Original post by Fermion)
    But then it also says "Allah told him" ...:dontknow:

    Also, muhammad (saw)... Didnt he literally speak to allah when he went to the heavens and was told about the prayers?

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    Ah ok maybe. Best to let someone more knowledgeable comment on this.
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    Not sure how I feel about this but it's kinda cool.
    https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10153073831134456

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    (Original post by Ankabout)
    No it says "revealed to him".

    Pretty sure Musa (pbuh) was the only Prophet Allah has spoken to directly.
    Rasullullah sallallahu alayhi wasalam too right? During Israa wal mir'aj. When he revealed the salah.
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    (Original post by beautifulxxx)
    Aha jazakAllahi khayran. Generally get called feisty so thats a change lol.
    Snap! So do I! And I'm suppose to be working lol. Alhamdulilah good good.
    fiesty haha, that's nice, so many great women of the sahaba had a firey spirit! Read about Nusaybah Bint Ka'b (one of my fave sahabi women), she was an incredible woman masha Allah, She was one of only two women who traveled with 27 men to Makkah, and pledged allegiance our beloved Prophet (sallallahu `alayhi wa sallam).


    ISocers, who are your fave companions of the prophet and why?

    Mash'Allah. Don't worry about it. You in uni right?
    I am at Uni part time at the moment, so quite busy lol. What about you? What do you/have you studied? xx
 
 
 
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