I've heard it's deception and lying that is allowed in Islam to defeat 'the enemy' whoever or whatever that may be... is this true or is there some deeper meaning I'm just not getting?
Answer by -Cassandra- at 8:40 PM on Sep. 3, 2012
Answer by Moseley at 10:18 AM on Aug. 29, 2012
Muslim scholars teach that Muslims should generally be truthful to each other, unless the purpose of lying is to "smooth over differences."
There are two forms of lying to non-believers that are permitted under certain circumstances,taqiyya and kitman. These circumstances are typically those that advance the cause Islam - in some cases by gaining the trust of non-believers in order to draw out their vulnerability and defeat them.
Answer by Sekirei at 8:37 PM on Aug. 29, 2012
Answer by virginiamama71 at 10:05 PM on Aug. 30, 2012
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