Originally Posted by Samir90
Very good question.
Fortunately I do have an answer for you as I did approach a very high ranking Mufti regarding the issue in principle somewhere along my travels on earth.
If a person works for a company that is anti-shariah but yet the job description is halaal then it is fine. Example: An IT programmer in a Brewery. His/her IT skills can a simple issue like enhancing the pay-scale software. In this case, it will be allowed.
However - If another Muslim in the same Brewery Company is in say for example Marketing or Sales related of the Haraam product, then his job will deemed as Haraam.
To me this makes sense. If the alternative measure is enacted upon whereby the very ethos or product of the company is applied and concluded as Haraam employment, then the following will apply (Just to name a few)
No Muslim will be allowed to work in any Bank on any level even it be a janitor !!!
No Muslim will be allowed to work in a clothing shop on any level that sells clothing which are not modest.
No Muslim will be allowed to be a teacher at State School based on the anti-shariah curriculum
No Muslim can lecture in College or University level based on the reason above.
And the list will on and on.