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Assalamu alaykum respected Mufti

May Allah reward you for your very beneficial Q/A service. Ameen.

1) Is it obligatory (fard) on the Muslim ruler to establish Shari’ah law?

2) Is it obligatory (fard) on the Muslim ruler to establish Shari’ah law even when some people reject and oppose its establishment?

3) Some people claim that if the inhabitants of a Muslim country do not want Shari’ah law then the Muslim ruler has no right to establish Shari’ah law – is this claim correct?

4) What is the ruling on a Muslim person who opposes and rejects Shari’ah law?

5) What is the ruling on a Muslim person who opposes and rejects Shari’ah law and joins a non-Muslim armed force (e.g. army) in order to fight against the Muslim ruler and his establishment of Shari’ah law?

6) If a Muslim prostrates to an idol with the intention of worshipping/honouring but while believing that this act is haram, will such a person still be a Muslim?

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Asked on December 18, 2009 12:00 am
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1) Yes
2) Yes
3) Claim not valid.
4) That person will be a major sinner and transgressor and if that person regards/believes Halaal to be Haraam and/or vise versa then that preson ceases to be a Muslim.
5) This person is evil liver, trasngressor and if he believes that the Shariat is wrong then he is not a Muslim.
6) Still a Muslim but involved in an act of Kufr.
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Answered on December 18, 2009 12:00 am