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musa.ibn.wendell
12-08-2003 @ 8:21 PM    Notify Admin about this post
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As salaamu alaikum wa rahmahtullah.

What is the permissibility of raising your right hand and taking an oath in US Courts to promise or affirm to tell the truth?  Help with this is needed as soon as possible, InShaAllaah, wa Allaahu Alam.  Barak Allaahu Feekum. May Allaah Ta'Ala Reward Those Who Help With This With Good In This Life and Good In The Hereafter, Ameen.


As salaamu alaikum wa rahmahtullah.


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musa.ibn.wendell
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As salaamu alaikum wa rahmahtullah.

Na'am akhi, it is a question of a situation that some of us have encountered and some of us may encounter in the future, wa Allaahu Alam.  A question that needs some clarification on, InShaAllaah. The other day, I heard the judge of the court give someone the oath that they give and it went something like this:  Do you solemnly affirm or promise to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?

It used to conclude with "so help you God".  But that part have been omitted.  So now a question pops into play and that is; So who or what is the oath directed to when in these court systems of the kuffar?  Allaahu Alam.  

Can anyone elaborate on this?  Barak Allaahu Feekum.  May Allaah Reward Those Who Help With This Good In This Life And Good In The Hereafter, Ameen.  

As salaamu alaikum wa rahmahtullah


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Abu.Hafs.Bilaal
12-14-2003 @ 10:34 PM    Notify Admin about this post
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as salaamu alaikum
Akh musa, please be sure that you clarify or have clarified the difference betwen an affirmation and an oath in order to get the question properly addressed. Sometimes the difference can be in a single translated word. May Allah bless you.

wassalaam  abu hafs bilaal as salafi

musa.ibn.wendell
12-16-2003 @ 5:14 PM    Notify Admin about this post
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Wa alaikum as salaam wa rahmahtullah.

Ameen, and You Ameen.  Abu Hafs Bilaal As Salafi, I am looking into that now and I will get back to this InShaAllaah, after some research into the differences, InShaAllaah.  Jazak Allaahu Khair for pointing that out, May Allaah Protect You, Ameen. If anyone can post any information to this please do so, InShaAllaah.  Barak Allaahu Feekum.  May Allaah Ta'Ala Reward Those Who Help With This With Good In This Life and Good In The Hereafter, Ameen.


As salaamu alaikum wa rahmahtullah.


Abu Musa Musa Ibn Wendell Ball Al Amriki

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abu.naimah.shamsuddi
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Salamu alaikum wa rahmatullah;

You may add to that question, this one:

A Muslim sister gets married after her iddat from the father of her children, and thus she gives the father their children due to the divorce and his right to have his children after she re-marrying to another Muslim, what rights of visitation does she have in reference to having her children for a weekend or whatever? If he refuses her visitation rights livng in a non-Muslim country and she takes it to a local Imam and the bother still refuses to cooperate, what recourse
does she now have?

Abu Na'imah Shamsuddin

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musa.ibn.wendell
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As salaamu alaikum wa rahmahtullah wa barakatu.

Just giving the link to an answer, InShaAllaah.

 http://www.salafitalk.net/st/viewmessages.cfm?Forum=14&Topic=3153 


As salaamu alaikum wa rahmahtullah wa barakatu.



Abu Musa Musa Ibn Wendell Ball Al Amriki

'Come and Sit With Us So That We Can Have Eaaman For An Hour'






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