Quran with translation as a gift to a non-muslim?

Discussion in 'General Topics' started by Ghulam e Mustafa, Apr 20, 2016.

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  1. Ghulam e Mustafa

    Ghulam e Mustafa Active Member

    Brother it's some theory of these wahabis who everytime try to disrespect things related to Allah taala.
    Does Khwaja ghareeb nawaz given Quran to anyone ??
    It's upon us simply follow footsteps of Rasoolullah ( sallalahu alaihiva sallam) and Aulia Allah, automatically other will attract towards you. Instead they will enquire about Islam.
  2. Ghulam e Mustafa

    Ghulam e Mustafa Active Member

    For dawa u can logically prove from quoting some verses, I think it's not necessary to give it impure person, and we are not sure that he'll accept Islam. In case if didn't accept then he will surely disrespect it.

    It's stated in Quran
    [Waqia`h 56:79-80] None may touch it, except with ablution. Sent down by the Lord Of The Creation.
  3. The example of the conversion of the great Ameerul Mumineen Umar Ibn Al Khattab (RaddiAllahu Tala Anh) is sufficient for this. Look how he took a bath before touching the Words of Allah Most High and how the Words opened His heart.
  4. Abul Hasnayn

    Abul Hasnayn musjidulhaq.com

    I had the same thoughts initially but after consulting with a Mufti on this matter I came to the aforementioned conclusion.
    It appears for the sake of DAWAH we will give preference to their request with the aforementioned conditions.

    It is a principle of DEEN that everything is MUBAAH ( permissible) excluding that which has been declared as HARAAM.
    Is there any DALEEL that this act would be HARAAM?
  5. Ghulam e Mustafa

    Ghulam e Mustafa Active Member

    Why should we give it them when we know that without wudu even Muslim must not touch it, there are many books regarding islam which written only for non Muslims we can gift them.

    Even a Muslim can't understand the translation ( for whom and what purpose it arrived) then how can a non Muslim understand ???
  6. Abul Hasnayn

    Abul Hasnayn musjidulhaq.com

    " Slmz... Can anyone advise... Can I give an arabic/english translation quran to a non-muslim who wants to learn more about islam and the quran....?"

    Yes, with conditions:

    1.) not to be distributed like leaflets
    2.) to be given to an intellectually inclined person
    3.) person to be taught to treat the Quran with respect
    4.) to be in a as clean as possible state
    5.) no fear of the Quran being disrespected ""
    Talib-e Madina likes this.

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