The idea behind the principle “the end justifies the means” is basically “a good outcome excuses any wrongs committed to attain it.”

A specific example of this principle we commonly hear is “at the end of the day, I’m doing this (i.e sin) so me and my family could live in Saudi”

Ash-Shaykh Muqbil rahimahullah mentions in the following audio that this principle isn’t from Islam. Rather, it is a principle made by the communists.


Ash-Shaykh Albany rahimahullah mentions in the following audio that in Islam, the end doesn’t justify the means (which is) contrary to the principle made by the kuffar.


Mentioned by

AbdulFattaah Bin Uthman
Abu Fajr