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Assalamu alaykum respected Mufti

1.) Is a Muslim who loves – or who says to love – something haram (e.g. music, zina) still Muslim? (i.e. he accepts it as haram but doesn’t want to act on the prohibition.)

2.) Is it permissible to greet kuffar with other than “Assalamu ala man itiba al-huda”, for example by saying “hello” or “hey”?

3.) What will happen with those kuffar who died without being reached by the message of Islam?

4.) What are the requirements in order for a kafir to become someone who was reached by the message of Islam?

5.) Is someone who only got distorted information about Islam from hear-say/newspapers considered to be a person who was reached by the message of Islam?

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Asked on December 18, 2009 12:00 am
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1) That Muslim is a major sinner and transgressor.
2) Not correct.
3) In our times this is a virtual impossibility. Any person who does not receive the message of Islaam has to conclude that the Creator is one and is the only one worthy of worship.
4) Not clear.
5) That person's responsibility is to investigate and seek the Divine Pristine Truth
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Answered on December 18, 2009 12:00 am