Pearl of Wisdom

on the authority of Hammad al-Samdarh 'I said to Abu 'Abdillah, Ja'far b. Muhammad [al-Sadiq] (AS), 'I often go to the lands of the idolaters, and people say that if I die there, I will be resurrected with them.' He said to me, ?O f::lammad! When you are there, do you mention our cause and call people to it?' I said, 'Yes.' He said, 'And when you are in these cities the cities of Islam do you mention our cause and call people to it?' I said, 'No.' He said, 'If you die over there, you will be resurrected as a whole community in yourself, and your light will run before you.'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
Amali al-Tusi, p. 46, no. 54

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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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