I work for a private company in Saudi Arabia, and whilst at work I noticed the company accountant misappropriating company property by selling goods without issuing a receipt for the sale of these goods; so what am I required to do?
Category: Crime & Punishment
Donating haraam money to your family
Is it permissible for me to donate money, which I have acquired in a prohibited manner, to my family – since it is impossible for me to return it back to its owner?
Stealing property from work
In one of the circles [of knowledge] you responded to one of the questioner’s regarding a man who had dishonestly taken someone else’s money [or possession with the intention of permanently depriving the owner of it]…
What to do with haraam wealth
How can I rid myself of haraam money which is mixed-up with halaal money – which I earnt in accordance with the Islaamic Sharee’ah?
Took items from the hospital back home with me
A sick woman spent a number of days in hospital. When she was discharged, she took with her about forty glass cups and other items, and was not aware of the ruling regarding this action of hers. She has since moved to a different area, so what is required of her?
Too embarrassed to return stolen property to its owner
I stole a shirt from the house of one of my friends, and [now] I feel very embarrassed to return it back to him. I am extremely sad at what I had done, so what should I do now?
Don’t know exactly who I stole from
[Sometime ago] I stole about five car covers, and after I had repented [from doing so], I felt remorse about what I had done. I felt this remorse was of no benefit to me, so I began to wish for my hands to be cut-off! [So] before I do this, guide me [to that which is correct regarding my situation], and may Allaah reward you?
I stole money from him when I was young
[When I was young], on many occasions I took money from [the pocket of] someone’s clothing – whilst in his house; by Allaah, I do not know exactly how much money I took.
Hiding and protecting a criminal from justice
What is the ruling regarding the one who hides a criminal from justice or assists him to flee or disappear?
On hunger strike to rid himself of oppression
We hear a lot in the news and read the newspapers about people going on hunger strike in protest against some laws, and in general, these people are not prisoners. So what is the ruling regarding those who die whilst on hunger strike?