Pearl of Wisdom

'Allah's wrath is indeed severe on the married woman who fills her eyes with desire for men other than her husband or looks lustfully at anyone other than her unmarriageable kin [i.e. husband], upon which Allah thwarts every single good deed she has ever committed. And if she welcomes anyone other than her husband in his bed, Allah will rightfully burn her in the Fire after He has chastised her in her grave.'

Prophet Muhammad al-Mustafa [sawa]
Bihar al-Anwar, v. 76, p. 366, no. 30

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Question : #532 Category: Business / Investment
Subject: investment in bonds
Question: Is it haram to invest in bonds?
Answer: Depending on the interest source.

So yes, if an agreement is made between the lender and the government that a fixed amount of interest will yield on the principal of the bonds.

However, if no such condition is stated and with the understanding that you would not require the borrower to pay you interest, then in that case you can invest in such ventures and use the full amount of interest, if it is a bank of the unbelievers (kafir).

If it is a Muslim bank, then you have to distribute half of the interest money to the poor and the other half belongs to you.

SOURCE: Ayat. Khui, Masailah wa Rudud, p. 113

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