Pearl of Wisdom

'The greatest of regrets on the Day of Resurrection will be the regret of a man who gained wealth through means of disobedience Allah, which was then inherited by a man who spent it in the obedience of Allah, glory be to Him; thus because of it [i.e. the same wealth] the latter entered Paradise whereas the former entered the Fire.'

Imam Ali ibn Abi Talib [as]
Nahj al-Baldgha, Saying 429

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Question : #298 Category: Social Interaction
Subject: stealing from unbelievers/kufur
Question: SA,
A general question, don't judge me please. But is it permissible to steal from the unbelievers in their countries, or defraud them as they themselves do?
Answer: It is not permissible to steal from their private and public property, nor is it permissible to cause any damage to such property, since the said acts could tarnish the reputation of Islam and Muslims in general. Notwithstanding the above, it is not permissible, for it amounts to treachery and breach of implicit trust, when applying for entry visa or residence. Treachery and breach of trust directed against anybody is haraam

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