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  • #46
    Re: Is marijuana Haram?

    Originally posted by afsalim View Post
    Some fakirs in mazar (this obsession with graves in the Indian sub-continent) still smoke a lot of weed.
    If it is so they are doing double Haraam

    1. They are misguiding innocent Muslims into grave worship and mulla-worship.

    2. They are smoking weed.
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    • #47
      Re: Is marijuana Haram?

      Originally posted by Batou View Post

      What does that mean? ..............with weed, it has actually opened my mind to...............
      Yes. it has opened your mind to Kufr and brought you closer to shaitaan.

      If you want that your mind should open up to TRUTH and see the way of the Almighty give up the haraam things.
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      • #48
        Re: Is marijuana Haram?

        I used to smoke weed and gamble but when i started losing in gambling nothing heavy mind you i stopped. Weed is better then most things youth get up to now a days so i don't know if it is haram or not but people interpretate quotes from the quran differently. Some word don't mean the same as they used to and this leads to confusion sometimes even the the quran has never changed but the language of Arabic can be hard to master correctly. If you are unsure but still want to smoke weed then you should be able to because its your own choice and you will be heading to your own grave.

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        • #49
          Re: Is marijuana Haram?

          Originally posted by thedon2008 View Post

          ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,people interpretate quotes from the quran differently. Some word don't mean the same as they used to and this leads to confusion ..............
          Qur'an was revealed in Arabic language which the People who listened to the Prophet could understand very well.

          Thus the interpretation of the meaning of the Qur'an as was understood the by the Sahaba (Salaf us saaliheen) has been arrived at from the authentic Hadith which contains the historical evidence.

          It is the interpretation by modern day "scholars" based on meanings of words from some dictionary or the other that is leading to confusion. Also they take fragments of verses and verses out of context too.
          Last edited by aboosait; 09-07-08, 04:25 AM.
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          • #50
            Re: Is marijuana Haram?

            Originally posted by aboosait View Post
            Qur'an was revealed in Arabic language which the People who listened to the Prophet could understand very well.

            Thus the interpretation of the meaning of the Qur'an as was understood the by the Sahaba (Salaf us saaliheen) has been arrived at from the authentic Hadith which contains the historical evidence.

            It is the interpretation by modern day "scholars" based on meanings of words from some dictionary or the other that is leading to confusion. Also they take fragments of verses and verses out of context too.

            Thats what i meant :up:

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            • #51
              Re: Is marijuana Haram?

              Originally posted by ammarhaq View Post
              my friend is a doctor and i asked him to give me medical reports on marijuana. nothing bad is said about it, - except asthma related issues.
              Then your "doctor" friend needs to be struck off the practitioners register.
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              • #52
                Re: Is marijuana Haram?

                Originally posted by Ehsanparham View Post
                I have a question for everyone here and everyone who did it, know yourself:

                1) The word used in Islam is Khamr. Khamr is not "intoxicant". Khamr means wine/alcohol. The word "intoxicant" is a poor and misleading translation. I am not saying this makes Cannabis ok, but just that the translation is poor and that there is NO Qura'anic reference to Cannabis directly.
                Umar (ra) interpreted khamr as anything which intoxicates:

                Muslim :: The Book of Drinks (Kitab Al-Ashriba) :: [23.4966]
                The Book of Drinks (Kitab Al-Ashriba)


                Muslim :: Book 23 : Hadith 4966

                Nafi' reported Ibn 'Umar as saying: I do not know this but from Allah's Apostle (may peace be upon him) who said: Every intoxicant is Khamr and every Khamr is forbidden.


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                • #53
                  Re: Is marijuana Haram?

                  The number of deviant supporters of hashish on this thread is shocking. astaghfirullah
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                  • #54
                    Re: Is marijuana Haram?

                    http://www.islamonline.net/servlet/S...=1119503545310

                    In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.


                    All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger.


                    Dear sister in Islam, we would like to thank you for showing keenness on knowing the teachings of Islam, and we appreciate the great confidence you have in us. We hope our efforts meet your expectations, yet we apologize for the late reply.


                    The general rule in Islam is that any beverage that get people intoxicated when taken is unlawful, both in small and large quantities, whether it is alcohol, drugs, fermented raisin drink, or something else.


                    In his book Al-Halal wal Haram fil Islam (The Lawful and the Prohibited in Islam) Sheikh Yusuf Al-Qaradawi states the following:
                    The first declaration made by the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) concerning this matter was that not only is Khamr (wine or alcohol) prohibited but that the definition of Khamr extends to any substance that intoxicates, in whatever form or under whatever name it may appear. Thus, beer and similar drinks are haram.


                    The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) was once asked about certain drinks made from honey, corn, or barley by the process of fermenting them until they became alcoholic. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) succinctly replied, "Every intoxicant is Khamr, and every Khamr is haram." Reported by Muslim.)


                    And `Umar (may Allah be pleased with him) declared from the pulpit of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) that "Khamr is that which befogs the mind." (Reported by Al-Bukhari and Muslim.)


                    Islam takes an uncompromising stand in prohibiting intoxicants, regardless of whether the amount is little or much. If an individual is permitted to take but a single step along this road, other steps follow; he starts walking and then running, and does not stop at any stage. That is why the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said, "Of that which intoxicates in a large amount, a small amount is haram." (Reported by Ahmad Abu Dawud and At-Tirmidhi.) And again, "If a bucketful intoxicates, a sip of it is haram." (Reported by Ahmad, Abu Dawud and At-Tirmidhi.)


                    Prohibition of Drugs:


                    "Khamr is what befogs the mind." These are the words spoken by `Umar Ibn Al-Khattab (may Allah be pleased with him) from the pulpit of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) providing us with a decisive criterion for defining what falls under the prohibited category of khamr. There remains then no room for doubts and questions: any substance which has the effect of befogging or clouding the mind, impairing its faculties of thought, perception, and discernment is prohibited by Allah and His Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) and will remain so until the Day of Judgment.


                    Drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, opium, and the like are definitely included in the prohibited category of khamr. It is well known that the use of such drugs affects the sensory perceptions, making what is near seem distant and what is distant seem near; that their use produces illusions and hallucinations, so that the real seems to disappear and what is imaginary appears to be real; and that taking drugs in general impairs the faculty of reasoning and decision-making. Such drugs are taken as a means of escape from the inner reality of one's feelings and the outer realities of life and religion into the realm of fantasy and imagination.

                    Added to this psychological fact are the physical effects: bodily lassitude, dullness of the nerves, and decline in overall health. The moral consequences, moral insensitivity, weakening of the will power, and neglect of responsibilities are also well known. Eventually, drug addiction weakens a person and makes him a diseased member of society. Furthermore, drug addiction may result in the destruction of the family or even drive one to a life of crime. Since obtaining drugs involves a great outlay of money, drug addiction may take its toll on the family budget and even it may tempt the drug addict to resort to illegal means to pay for drugs.


                    When we recall the principle that all impure and harmful things have been made haram, there can be no doubt in our minds concerning the prohibition of such detestable substances such as drugs, which cause so much physical, psychological, moral, social and economic harm.


                    haram, whether or not it produces intoxication. Sinful people smoke it because they imagine it producing rapture and delight, an effect similar to drunkenness. While wine makes the one who drinks it active and quarrelsome, hashish produces dullness and lethargy; furthermore, smoking it disturbs the mind and temperament, excites sexual desire, and leads to shameless promiscuity, and these are greater evils than those caused by drinking. This perverted habit has spread among the people after the coming of the Tartars. The hadd (prescribed punishment) for smoking hashish, whether a small or large amount of it, is the same as that for drinking wine, that is, eighty or forty lashes.


                    He explained the imposition of hadd for smoking hashish in the following manner: It is the rule of the Islamic Shari'ah that any prohibited thing which is desired by people, such as wine and illicit sexual relations, is to be punished by imposing hadd, while the violation of a prohibited thing which is not desired, such as (eating) the flesh of a dead animal, calls for Ta'zeer (disciplinary punishment). Now hashish is something desired and craved for, and it is hard for the addict to renounce it. Accordingly, the application of the texts of the Qur'an and Sunnah to hashish is similar to that of wine. (Fatawa Ibn Taymiyyah, vol. 4, p. 262. Also see his book, As-Siyasah Ash-Shar'iyyah.)
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                    • #55
                      Re: Is marijuana Haram?

                      Hashish, i heard weed stinks real bad marijuanas weed right
                      Time beat you to it

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                      • #56
                        Re: Is marijuana Haram?

                        Anything that harms you is haram. Full stop.
                        Surat Al-An'am verse 26: Of them there are some who (pretend to) listen to thee; but We have thrown veils on their hearts, so they understand it not, and deafness in their ears; if they saw every one of the Signs, they will not believe in them; in so much that when they come to thee; they (but) dispute with thee; the Unbelievers say: "These are nothing but tales of the ancients."

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                        • #57
                          Re: Is marijuana Haram?

                          This is a terrible thread by all standards.
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                          • #58
                            Re: Is marijuana Haram?

                            I am not even a Muslim and I know it is. Tisk Tisk.


                            But what do I know, I smoke weed everyday

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                            • #59
                              Re: Is marijuana Haram?

                              Originally posted by CanadianAtheist View Post
                              I am not even a Muslim and I know it is. Tisk Tisk.


                              But what do I know, I smoke weed everyday
                              We could have smoked it together if you lived in the same city, isn't that sad. Maybe even caused a smoke storm where there would be zero visibility causing some serious havoc.

                              Ahhhh that would be so cool :D
                              Everyone thinks their a scholar because they know how to copy and paste, you get your ummah face on and the second you log out, you know your reality. Anyone can attain knowledge, how many can implement it?

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                              • #60
                                Re: Is marijuana Haram?

                                I'd do it anytime, lol.

                                How much is it a gram out there?

                                But you're right, it'd be freakin' aweeeesomeeee

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