Al-Qalam – Contemporary Financial and Legal Sharī‘ah Advice

Al-Qalam Sharī‘ah Scholar Panel seeks to provide a scholarly perspective on commonplace legal and financial questions and challenges facing Muslims living in Britain / the West. We specialise in Charity Giving (Zakāh), Wills and Inheritance Queries (Wasiyyah), Trusts, Pensions, Child Trust Funds, Divorce Settlements, Investment Permissibility, Business Contracts etc. We also offer chargeable advisory and sharia certification audit services on a ‘not-for-profit’ basis for businesses and professionals.

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Q: Is working as a pensions administrator allowed in Islam?   الجواب حامدا ومصليا ومنه الصدق والصواب A: The permissibility of working as a Pensions Administrator depends upon the nature of the work involved. However, it is very highly likely that a significant part of the role if not most of the role will involve processing […]

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Q:  I would like to ask if you can work as a lorry driver who distributes all types of food to supermarket like Tesco ASDA including pork meat and alcohol drinks. So my Question is in islam can you work like that driver who distributes  these food including the alcohol and pork meet although compared with […]

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Q: Alhamdulilah my family has kept away from bank loans and mortgages due to interest involvements but as everyone knows house is a necessity so some scholars do say one can compromise on interest issues when it comes to buying one house in your life time,please clarify how strong is this argument.what should one do in […]

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