You Can Ask Any Question in Islam

Mufti Menk


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Speaker 1 discusses the importance of having faith in shuns and not giving out answers too early. He emphasizes that having faith is crucial for shuns and that it's best to approach one's faith with knowledge and passion rather than just straight answers. He also mentions that shuns can be dangerous and should not be used as a excuse for fear.

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My brothers and sisters, the Prophet Ibrahim alayhi salam, when he was a young boy, he watched his father, carving idols from stone and so on, and worshipping them and selling them and trading in them. And as a young boy, he always had a question about faith. Who do I worship? Why do I worship, whoever I'm going to worship, and so on? These questions are very healthy. For that reason. Do not Shun your children when they have questions that might be tough and difficult. If you are guilty not to have enough knowledge about your own faith that you cannot respond to your children. It's about time you expanded your own knowledge.

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Because many children out there today are asking questions and these questions are relevant. They sometimes because of exposure to people of other faiths to people of no faith, they begin to have a few doubts, because of their lack of knowledge. Someone needs to clear it for them. And it's as clear as the sun even clearer than the sun. So for you to just shout or scream or yell or expel your children or anyone else within the family or your circle, simply because they have questions would actually be wrong. You need to find the answers and engage them in a beautiful way. May Allah Almighty grant us goodness and ease