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a cellular company targeting the muslim community, advertises that by signing a cellphone contract through them the ongoing revenue generated from such sales will benefit various masajids and madrassahs in the country. this business concept has been endorsed by the ulema and islamic organisations incl the jamiat. i am in the same business and sell the same cellphone/internet contracts as this organisation as we are connected to the same parent company.what bothers me is that certain charges are mandatory, one such charge is sim-card insurance. comission is paid up-front and monthly to the seller of the contract. comissions on internet contracts are also paid up-front a percantage of the money spent is also paid to the seller monthly.
if a user of an internet contract visits porn/music/video sites and then a percentage of the income generated by visiting these sites is then passed on to these masajids/madrassahs. is this acceptable?
a number of cellphones on the market are marketed as music and video players and others soon will have television on them. is it acceptable to sell these products?

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Asked on September 14, 2008 12:00 am
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Yes, No, if it is solely ised for Music, Video and TV purposes
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Answered on September 14, 2008 12:00 am
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