Some of the incomes that Islam has prohibited the use of:
- Income from stabilizing ignorance and unacceptable or superstitious beliefs amongst people, such as idol selling.
- Income through misguiding people; selling books of misguidance for instance. According to Islam, breaking a fake coin and destroying a deviating book is obligatory. However, buying such books or selling them to those who have the power to analyze them is acceptable. (Nowadays all kinds of book are sold with the excuse of intellectual freedom. but Islam has forbidden this kind of income. A book praising a person who does not deserve the praise is in the same category.
- Supporting the enemy in any way whatsoever. Selling weapons to the enemy or any kind of trade that makes the enemy stronger or the friend weaker is prohibited. Trade that will make strengthen the economical foundations of the enemy stronger, or vice versa, weaken our or our friendâs economic, military, or cultural foundations is also prohibited, such as selling oil.
- Â Income through the trade of goods which their use harms the human being or does not benefit them and is a childish desire. Trade of alcohol, Najis products, gambling and cheating equipment and alike are prohibited.
- There are things that are too important to be sold or bought; demanding money to judge, teach the Qurâan and announcing the Adhan oare all issues that are prohibited.
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